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My kit: Panasonic PW7, Kef 2005.2, Wharfeldale powercube, Denon AV 3200 (bit

Discussion in 'Members DIY Home Cinema Showcases' started by ollysteve, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. ollysteve

    ollysteve
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    My first ever install, Not the easiest job I have ever attempted but worth the effort and the picture and sound are stunning. The Lack form IKEA had to be modified as dedicated AV furniture was out of my budget (Well let's just say it was mentioned to the wife :mad: )Thanks for looking.

    Steve


    My Kit List
    Panasonic PW7
    Kef 2005.2
    Wharfeldale powercube
    Toshiba SD240E
    Denon AV 3200 (bit old now next upgrade Christmas)
    Quintro Box
    JS Convertor RGB to VGA
    QED and Van Damme Cables
    X Box for fun now upgraded to 360 with component at 720p

    I'll post a few more pics to show you the install
     

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  2. BruceH

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    Very nice, good neat job.
    Not always easy to balance the needs of:

    3.the lounge
    2.the cinema
    1.the wife
     
  3. the klang

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    people dont really realise the amount of work it takes to hide all the wires.it looks simple and easy to do,but it aint.
    nice one mate!
     
  4. Mep

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    looks fantastic...good job!! only comment (and sorry to be picky) is that I think you have left the handles on your screen.....look even nicer if you take them off
     
  5. ollysteve

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    Thanks for the comments guys, I left the handles on because I still had some work to do. They are now off.

    Steve
     

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