Post pics of your DVD collection and HT, Part 3

 
Old 10-26-03, 07:07 PM
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vincew - where did you get those awesome drawer units? anyplace special? and if you don't mind me asking - how much $$$ did they cost?
Vince,...ditto on what B.A.hist said. My wife and I were admiring those drawers you posted. They look great!
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Old 10-26-03, 07:24 PM
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Looks like vincew is too busy to answer - the drawers appear to be the same ones as can be bought [here]. A friend of mine has these and says they are really great too. Problem is the price.
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Originally posted by danwiz
Looks like vincew is too busy to answer - the drawers appear to be the same ones as can be bought [here]. A friend of mine has these and says they are really great too. Problem is the price.
thanks, dan.
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Old 10-27-03, 01:04 AM
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Heres my modest 89 disc collection. It would be more, since technically I have both seasons of 24, but thats a debate for the ages.

I've truely only been collecting since the middle of this year, so I am slowly building my evil empire of flicks, mostly Sci Fi.
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B.A.hist,

I picked them up @ http://www.can-am.ca. I think it was around $550/each, w/ shipping. Shipping was $100 - that sucked. Allegedly, they have an annual sale. It's alot of $$$ to drop, but I've been very happy w/ the product.
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Old 10-27-03, 09:29 AM
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Originally posted by Cory H.


Heres my modest 89 disc collection. It would be more, since technically I have both seasons of 24, but thats a debate for the ages.

I've truely only been collecting since the middle of this year, so I am slowly building my evil empire of flicks, mostly Sci Fi.
Is that the RT2350 receiver you got there?

I've got one too, and I must say that I think the sound is terrific for such a low price.

I wish I'd gotten the heavier duty one, though. The RT2350 is 300W (which is plenty for me) but no DTS.
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Originally posted by vincew
B.A.hist,

I picked them up @ http://www.can-am.ca. I think it was around $550/each, w/ shipping. Shipping was $100 - that sucked. Allegedly, they have an annual sale. It's alot of $$$ to drop, but I've been very happy w/ the product.
Thanks for the reply - well I know what I'm buying to store my discs in when I win the lottery.
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Old 10-27-03, 03:42 PM
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My new HT in my new house. Room has no windows. All software (450 or so DVDs and LDs) is in a closet on the left side of the room. Uplights on the floor are on a fader.

This is a cool thread.

~Jamie
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Jamie, cool setup...
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Old 10-27-03, 07:21 PM
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Shot of movies neatly arranged in piles.


Where most of my movies are watched by me.

If the crowd comes over I have to break out the huge 20" Sony.

Gratuitous toy robot shot.
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Old 10-28-03, 02:46 AM
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Gratuitous toy robot shot.
Nice Valkyrie
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My new HT in my new house. Room has no windows. All software (450 or so DVDs and LDs) is in a closet on the left side of the room. Uplights on the floor are on a fader.

This is a cool thread.

~Jamie
nice HT, everything looks great





except that Alabama blanket of course
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except that Alabama blanket of course
...didn't they used to have a football team?
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Beautiful setup Jamie
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Nice Valkyrie
In this case, it's not a Valkyrie, but Jetfire (or Skyfire, depending on whether you go by the Transformers cartoon or the box). See the little autobot head on his nose cone/crotch? It's in great shape, though, for being so old. Mine hasn't fared that well after all of these years. Is the battle armor still in good shape?
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nice HT, everything looks great

except that Alabama blanket of course
Amen to that . . . War Eagle!!!
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wow, another arlington road fan.really an excellent flick
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Is the battle armor still in good shape?
No battle armor. I used to have a Jetfire with the battle armor but sold it since it made the transformer too bulky. I prefer the "pure" look without the armor.
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wow, another arlington road fan.really an excellent flick
Yeah I like it too. I was pleased to find it in the $5.88 bin at Wal-Mart.
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Old 11-01-03, 02:08 AM
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Hey guys...

I have pictures...but is there any way to load the pictures from my hard drive? Or do I need to put them onto some webpage, and if so, where? I'm curious how you all are getting your pictures up onto this thread.

Thanks.

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you need to upload them first

http://www.you-are-a-huge-nerd.com works
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F me?! Real mature buddy.
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Old 11-01-03, 10:07 AM
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Yea its a pretty weak dvd selection compared to all of yours but i am only 20 years old and have bought all of this equipment myself. Once my dad and i finish up the basement this year im moving my tv down there. Then i might start to collect some more dvd's until i move out in 2-3 years.
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