The new post pics of yer HT thread....

Discussion in 'Audio Visual' started by flu!d, Sep 29, 2004.

  1. EZYHD

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    oops try here.
     
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    Saw the first pic and thought.. "huh? WHY SO SMALL??" haha
     
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    What kind of HDMI cables do you use in that setup? :lol:
     
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    Was all HDMI copper got then at a good price too! (was no 4k or HDMI Fibre Optic then).
     
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    Mrs wants me to mount the tv on the wall, distance is about 4300 to the recliners from the wall, is about 950-1000mm too high off the ground for a 55” tv?
     
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    What do you sit on? TV height is dependent on your head height.
     
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    mist_3.jpg

    Something similar to that. Found the power packs for it after i posted and fully reclined and laid back im staring at the fan in the middle of the ceiling in the room :D

    Adjusting the headrest or recliner bring eye level down to more normal levels.
     
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    That's a nice collection of wireless phones, you got there.
     
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    Thanks! There sure is. The missus loves the big screen and we often switch from watching the 60” in the living room to the theatre.
     
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    We watch everything on the big screen, my wife looks at me like I'm mad if I suggest using the 50" plasma
     
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    Mine has changed a tad.

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  15. GDavid

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    Hi all, probably the wrong place but should be okay?
    I've finally got my own home and am in the process of dedicating the second living area to computing and a modest home theatre. I've got a decent enough projector with a ceiling mount about ready to fit, just purchased a newer DSP/HT amp and have my Canton speakers with two subs :weirdo:

    May not fit a dedicated fixed screen because the setup will probably move because future plans are in the works...

    What would be the easiest and cheapest option/s to allow me to stream 1080p from Windows 10 PCs? A Chromecast dongle or?
     
  16. GDavid

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    That's a 21:9 screen isn't it? Very nice, can you share some detail/specs on the projector and screen please?
     
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  17. MUTMAN

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    Grab a NVidia Shield and save a lot of hassles. It has Kodi, Plex, YouTube etc etc built in. Best media player in the segment.
    Yes a few more bucks, but totally worth it.
     
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    Also has full audio pass through, chromecast built in, UHD. Also has amazon video, Kayo Sports etc as well being android.

    I love mine, hands down best media player on the market. Only downside is apparently the wifi is a bit eh
     
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    WiFi is the issue for me, otherwise it sounds perfect. Is it possible to add an Ethernet adapter?
     
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    Yep totally agree with the comments regarding the Shield. And it has ethernet, so you don't need to add an adapter.
     

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