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Old 03-02-2014, 04:50 AM   #661
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Indeed. And none in black

I really need to measure out my area and figure out the exact configuration I want to use. It's also pricey, but I'm considering getting this for my CD collection to save some significant space.
If you go to cymax.com you can find it in black.
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Old 03-02-2014, 02:07 PM   #662
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i just cracked 1000 blu rays however many are double triple or more than that dips. do i count each blu ray or each different film? if blu ray - - - yay!

I would count a double dip but not something like the 3D twice because it has a 3D and a 2D. But in the end there is no odit or fixed rules so count them the way you want.
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Old 03-02-2014, 03:25 PM   #663
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My formal dining room is now the video library. Five shelving units in total. Even at 5000 blu-ray titles, I have plenty of room for more. It's still a work in progress though...
Those are really nice however there is one think that would drive me nuts, the unfinished wood. I am sure a guy could find someone who could sand them down and put a nice finish on them but it will cost a nice chunk of change. Mine is a nice finished birch, < that one holds a lot of BDs however as you can see I ran out of space and am having another one made , its about 2/3 the width of my current one and it will sit on the left side of my left side surround speaker. So all of my 700 BDs will be in the very nice finished birch cabinets that are both custom and not cheap. I have about $1000 into the 2 cabinets, I will get the second one this next week and i am excited to get things cleaned up.

Yeah to get enough of my finished birch cabinets for 5000+ BDs would cost a fortune, like big time, id guess somewhere around $7000.00.
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Old 03-03-2014, 04:30 AM   #664
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I have 2 of these:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/elite-me...6010&cp=1&lp=5

They hold 630 Blu-rays each. The first is full except for the top right box because the top row is 3D movies.

The second has the bottom 2 rows and last 2.5 of the 3rd row. But currently I have duplicates and items in my sale thread on the bottom row. Once those are filled up,
I bought one of those, I took it apart and returned it quicker than I put it together!!!! Nothing against you but it's a pile of horse shit, the movies stick out and anything could knock them over. I wish they still made (like they used to) the Atlantic Oskar 1080, that was a good for the price.
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Old 03-03-2014, 04:33 AM   #665
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Just got 2000!



I bought one of those, I took it apart and returned it quicker than I put it together!!!! Nothing against you but it's a pile of horse shit, the movies stick out and anything could knock them over. I wish they still made (like they used to) the Atlantic Oskar 1080, that was a good for the price.
I know they stick out, but I've never had one fall off. It's not in a place where it could possibly get knocked into, and it takes some effort to knock over a case.
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Old 03-03-2014, 04:48 AM   #666
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I know they stick out, but I've never had one fall off. It's not in a place where it could possibly get knocked into, and it takes some effort to knock over a case.
I have two little kids and I couldn't take that chance, you really couldn't tell by the photo on the box, I did no research when I picked it up.
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Old 03-03-2014, 08:57 PM   #667
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Maybe dvdaf is counting your collection by SKU #s, while blu-ray.com is listing your individual films. For example, I have quite a few Criterion and other releases that have a single SKU but each contains two or more films.
It didn't used to be that way, but it's possible they changed it. The way I personally count, which I think most would agree, is each movie counts as 1 (so a disc with two movies would count as 2) and each tv show season counts as 1 (so a complete series would count as however many seasons there were, but each season no matter how many discs counts as 1). Maybe someday I'll go through and do my own count to make it accurate, but I doubt I'll ever get around to it.
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Old 03-05-2014, 02:40 PM   #668
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Old 03-14-2014, 01:40 PM   #669
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boom. cleared 2000
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Old 03-14-2014, 03:42 PM   #670
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boom. cleared 2000
Congrats man.
Either an elite club or foolish one. I like the first one.
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Old 03-21-2014, 05:17 AM   #671
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Old 03-21-2014, 12:31 PM   #672
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Congrats man.
Either an elite club or foolish one. I like the first one.
Unless a person is watching movies 24/7, having over 2000 blu-rays means nothing, and most likely still buying more. There is no way, that anybody can watch all of those movies. I bet most of them are still sealed. That's called: Hoarding! A person can boast about having 8000 blu-rays, and I still wouldn't be impressed. It only shows, how much money they're wasting. Why keep buying, and hoarding blu-ray movies, when they can't even watch the ones they already have.

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Unless a person is watching movies 24/7, I don't know what anybody can possibly do with over 2000 blu-rays, and most likely still buying more. There is no way, that anybody can watch all of those movies. I bet most of them are still sealed. That's called: Hoarding! A person can boast about having 8000 blu-rays, and I still wouldn't be impressed. It only shows, how much money they're wasting. Why keep buying, and hoarding blu-ray movies, when they can't even watch the ones they already have.
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Old 03-21-2014, 12:47 PM   #674
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Unless a person is watching movies 24/7, I don't know what anybody can possibly do with over 2000 blu-rays, and most likely still buying more. There is no way, that anybody can watch all of those movies. I bet most of them are still sealed. That's called: Hoarding! A person can boast about having 8000 blu-rays, and I still wouldn't be impressed. It only shows, how much money they're wasting. Why keep buying, and hoarding blu-ray movies, when they can't even watch the ones they already have.
I've actually watched about 80% of my collection and I am slowly cutting that closer to 90%. That's pretty darn good IMHO.
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Old 03-21-2014, 12:47 PM   #675
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+1.
Isn't funny how members, with no collection listed, are the most critical.
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I thought I would get to 1900 today, but I'm still ten off

Waitaminute... You can add 274 anime Blu-rays to the above. 2000 plus
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+1.
Isn't funny how members, with no collection listed, are the most critical.
My collection is private, and I don't feel the need to post and expose it for the whole world to see.
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My collection is private, and I don't feel the need to post and expose it for the whole world to see.
Great, if only you could keep about 98% of your post private, as well.
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I've actually watched about 80% of my collection and I am slowly cutting that closer to 90%. That's pretty darn good IMHO.
I don't know how you do it, but you're good.
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Old 03-21-2014, 12:57 PM   #680
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Great, if only you could keep about 98% of your post private, as well.
Since this is a public forum, THAT'S NOT HAPPENING!
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