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  1. tommygunz
    10-13-2014 12:28 AM
    tommygunz
    I would highly recommend xb1, at the same time both if you can... Be sure to add a popcorn machine to this awesome room...
  2. STARKILLER--1138
    10-09-2014 05:54 PM
    STARKILLER--1138
    Thanks man. Didn't see it so I sent you one too. I like the rug FWIW. Are you trying to keep the color dark?
  3. kuatolives
    10-08-2014 11:13 AM
    kuatolives
    Thanks for the comment. In regards to the 2012 Total Recall, I found it to be an overall disappointment, and a bit boring. The movie had lots of style and fairly breathtaking visuals, but was missing the sense of urgency and fun present in the original...I also felt that Farrell wasn't right for the role.
  4. pacman9270
    10-01-2014 06:56 PM
    pacman9270
    Everyone says that Oppo is the way to go. I love the pic on my S790 also. I'll adjust the video settings(during playback) after my Darbee adjustment. Looks phenomenal. But I'm part of the crowd that likes a little bling to my picture. I like reality with accurate colors. Keep playing with your settings.
  5. Aceric69
    08-15-2014 09:25 PM
    Aceric69
    Thanks idgibson for ur welcome ,is is possible u can tell me ur opinion of my second home theatre of my bedroom??i would appreciate it if u can give me a rating thanks
  6. Tobandax
    05-27-2014 01:19 PM
    Tobandax
    I just changed my upstairs centre speaker config. Will post new pics soon. I found the tv too high when above the paradigm centre. I have removed the tv riser, moved the tv forward on the ENT unit, and used a spare pair of speaker stands behind the tv, sitting on the ent unit, with the centre speaker now above the tv. Sounds ok, but will tweak a bit more by using so rubber wedges to angle it down toward the seating position. My wife rolled her eyes.
  7. ldgibson76
    05-26-2014 02:05 PM
    ldgibson76
    Hello Tobandax. Thanks for the info about the Lian Li solution. I will do more research on the product. I'm hoping to one day have a "One HTPC does all" configuration in the near future. The Lian Li looks like it would be a very effective storage vehicle. Thanks again.
  8. Tobandax
    05-26-2014 02:33 AM
    Tobandax
    Thanks for your comments. Idgibson76, The Lian Li are used for 1080p hi-def movies and shows. The convenience of having them "on tap" is great. The number of external hard drives became crazy, and with each one needing a power point, made things impossible. The Lian Li solution allows for future upgrades when they make 10tb hard drives I try to keep them organised so one box is movies, one for tv drama and comedies, one for sci fi. I have used my old Samsung story 2tb ext drives under the centre speaker for HD and SD documentaries., music and photo back ups.
  9. cchunter
    04-17-2014 06:19 PM
    cchunter
    LOL at your reply! Thanks for accepting request!
  10. Spurrier Sucks
    03-13-2014 12:01 AM
    Spurrier Sucks
    Thanks for the comments you left for me. Complete? You know better than that. It's a never ending journey. I must say that I am quite happy with what I have with both movies and music now. Music more than ever. I've learned that learning cost some money. I really like a direct firing tweeter for music over the omnidirectional tweeter. I also think going too big can be too much for a smaller room. I have much more to learn but I'm enjoying the education.

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