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At last - My effort!

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by Cambo, Aug 3, 2002.

  1. Cambo

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    Got my first photos taken by digital camera.
    I've attached one to this thread, but I've loads more. Could some one guide me as to how to bore you with the rest?
    Many thanks to all who have helped me create my own Home Cinema. (especially to Nigel Williams who pretty much got me started).
    Took about 3 months of hard work, and worth every minute.
    Viewing with a Sony VW11HT and **** all money left!

    Cheers guys,
    Cameron.
     

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    Cameron

    Where did you get those armchair shaped subwoofers:confused: ;)
     
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    Cambo,

    A couple of suggestions:

    1. You could try placing your centre speaker horizontally on a speaker stand - ie get it as close as possible to the bottom edge of the screen.

    2. Turn your chairs around :p

    Allan
     
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    Turn your chairs around!

    Cambo's obviously invented surround-vision...

    Bert
    www.bertcoules.co.uk
     
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    Setup looks good, like the way you've hidden the screen when retracted. I need to borrow a decent digital camera to take some shots of mine so I can bore you all!

    Hope you're enjoying your setup.
     
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    Cambo,

    Apologies for the sarcastic comment, congratulations, it looks very neat - particularly the soffit lighting. I must get round some time to taking a few pics of my setup, possibly the smallest HC in the country.

    Allan
     
  7. Cambo

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    @ gearhead - Yes, You're correct. I have intended to get a stand for the centre speaker to get it as close to the screen as possible. I haven't found one to suit as yet, but have looked at the possibility of getting a cabinet custom-made to house the LCR6 centre and match in with the room.
    @ mcmullanbrush & Bert Coules - Alright comedians... This is the price you have to pay for getting your wife involved! The whole idea was that apart from the PJ, the room could be used as a half decent looking lounge. The screen totally retracts into the box section which also houses a mulitude of wiring and ten low voltage dimmable spots. It keeps the room neat for the in-laws visiting.......
    I'll attach a photo of the '4' seater viewing position to keep you guys off my back!
     

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    Oh, and heres the sub for mcmullanbrush :D
     

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