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Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by JSW, Jul 11, 2002.

  1. JSW

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    Added 4 more pics of pj and gyrolock mounting.

    I have tried to keep it 56k friendly but each pic is between 300kb / 600kb
     
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    Advice please....

    The wife says the wall to the right in pic 13 is too plain and she wants me to put something there. (apart from my tools :D )

    I suggested moving my sub there but its rear ported so not sure that would be best.

    What do you think ?????????

    May well be getting the Velodyne CHT10 sub which is front ported so that may be ok there.

    Cheers
    Bry
     
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    You could hang a picture on the wall. You won't see any reflections of the screen from that angle.

    Is that the sub to the left of the right speaker? I don't think it will sound any worse by the right wall than where it is now as it doesn't have much air around it now. Try the sub by the wall and se how it works. :)


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    There is about a foot gap behind it where it is now.

    But I will try it by the wall and have a good listen.

    Then what do I put in its old place hehe its hiding a 6 way power outlet for all the av.
     
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    A plant. :) Plants look great in any room IMO. Too bad I keep killing them.


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    Whats a good all year round indoor plant that wont mind if I forget to look after it :D
     
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    A plastic one :D

    Sorry... I coudn't resist.
     
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    Thanks tim :clown:
     
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    Luca's or Dragon Tree's are good all year plants :)
    Samir
     
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    Thanks samir will look out for them :)
     
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    Added some pics of my windows desktop through the pj with various wallpapers.

    Excuse any camera shake as took them semi handheld resting on back of sofa.
     
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    Samir,

    Got a Dragon Tree today but couldn't decide which plant i wanted out of these 3: Yuca, Dragon Tree, Umbrella Tree

    So bought the Dragon Tree and the Umbrella Tree :)

    Pics 10 and 11

    Cheers
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    Which one is which? :)

    I had one of those in picture 10 but I killed it. A sad event for my home cinema! I have a miniature version now in a shelf, but it's starting to lose some leafs. Maybe I'll get a new big one like yours. :)


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    Heheheh 10 is the Dragon Tree :)

    Water once a week and feed twice monthly ;)
     
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    i poped into Ikea and bought some trailing Ivy plants, usefull hanging off shelfs and they never die or grow for that matter.. jsut the odd dusting...

    seriously though try some Miracle grow.. its about a tener and can be used outside or for indoor plants.. does wonders for a bananna plant i have in the conservatory, another tip is to repot them into a larger pot with peat / compost...

    hang on, a minute ago this thread was about home cinema its now gardening.. oh well... al usefull tips...
     
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    LOL Dominic, to put it back on track I have added some Shrek screenshots, Pics 29 - 32

    Pic 33 is out of From Hell

    Cheers
    Bry
     
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    JSW,
    Nice projector mount, were did you get it from and how much was it?
    Thanks,
     
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    Gonna add some screenshots from pc games but apart from serious sam 2 what others support widescreen mode ???

    Thanks
     

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