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Old 03-27-2011, 11:45 PM   #1
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Hey everyone I'm relatively new to the hobby of "home theatering." This is my basement room my parents built for me after I moved back to go to college here in my home town. It has a nice 'living room' area for my home theater and computer, then a bed room.

We just got done painting & laying carpet a couple of weeks ago, so please enjoy!

This is MY equipment - not my parents. I bought it all on my own working a ton.

Sorry got the lowish quality, these pictures were taken with my iphone.

http://www.blu-ray.com/community/gal...ember=Gempulse
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Old 03-27-2011, 11:47 PM   #2
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Welcome and you are off to a great start
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Old 03-27-2011, 11:51 PM   #3
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One question, in the second from last pic is that your cable feed? Have you thought about re-routing it lower?
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Great start! Looks like a really cool place to crash while in school. Really nice parents! Leave this site now if you want to save some cash, it's bad on the wallet. You have been warned.
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Great start! Looks like a really cool place to crash while in school. Really nice parents! Leave this site now if you want to save some cash, it's bad on the wallet. You have been warned.
Haha, this is my first real hobby, and I love it. I don't care how much it costs - there is always something to look forward too and save for.
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Welcome to the Home Theater Galleries
Great setup, looks very comfortable!
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One question, in the second from last pic is that your cable feed? Have you thought about re-routing it lower?
Sorry, I missed your question earlier. Uhhh yeah that is my cable feed . I just bought some giant wire horse-shoe nails to clean it up. I just haven't gotten around to it yet as routing my rears absolutely wore me out.

I will get around too it eventually
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I was looking at your monitor and it made me realize that my wife monitor is a 23" Samsung, and I thought I bought her a 22"

I had bought myself a Acer 24" awhile back and she wanted one...

I know it's only 1 inch, but that inch does make a difference, so much that's why I thought she had an 22"

The funny thing is, the one I bought her is the one I had planned to by for myslef, but came across the Acer instead.

You have a better one, with it being the LED.
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I was looking at your monitor and it made me realize that my wife monitor is a 23" Samsung, and I thought I bought her a 22"

I had bought myself a Acer 24" awhile back and she wanted one...

I know it's only 1 inch, but that inch does make a difference, so much that's why I thought she had an 22"

The funny thing is, the one I bought her is the one I had planned to by for myslef, but came across the Acer instead.

You have a better one, with it being the LED.
Interesting , I'm not sure I like a monitor this big - kind of wish I got a 21inch. It's too big of a screen to sit this close too in my opinion Hurts my eyes sometimes.
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I see you made it over here.

Now this is where alot of question maybe asked of you... lol

My first question is, which models are the quintets?? I have the quintet III's in my bedroom, and the ones you have look totally different.
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Welcome to the Gallery's Gempulse

The Home Theater looks great
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Welcome to the Gallery's Gempulse

The Home Theater looks great
Thanks Brent
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I see you made it over here.

Now this is where alot of question maybe asked of you... lol

My first question is, which models are the quintets?? I have the quintet III's in my bedroom, and the ones you have look totally different.

Thanks guys, I really appreciate it.

I bought them over thanksgiving break from Best Buy.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Klipsch+...ntet&cp=1&lp=1

I'm not sure what the model number is I threw the box away. The backs of them just have the serial number and say Klipsch Quintet
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Thanks guys, I really appreciate it.

I bought them over thanksgiving break from Best Buy.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Klipsch+...ntet&cp=1&lp=1

I'm not sure what the model number is I threw the box away. The backs of them just have the serial number and say Klipsch Quintet
Ahhh, you have the forth generation, I donít think they didn't put the 'IV' like they did when I bought the third generation. They actually called them Quintet IIIís

I know you love the towers over the little satellites, but they are some great little speakers. I want to get the larger center channel for my klipsch towers, I am currently using the center from the quintets and you already know thatís not doing a great job up against the towers.
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Ahhh, you have the forth generation, I don’t think they didn't put the 'IV' like they did when I bought the third generation. They actually called them Quintet III’s

I know you love the towers over the little satellites, but they are some great little speakers. I want to get the larger center channel for my klipsch towers, I am currently using the center from the quintets and you already know that’s not doing a great job up against the towers.
Lol, yeah.... the Quintet's do sound great for how small they are its amazing. I might get a Yamaha 467 & set my a front stage in my bed room with the quintets then when I replace the rear quintets move them into my bedroom as well.
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Another option would be to use the two extra Quintet's and add front height speakers. Just a thought.
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