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Old 01-01-05, 09:30 PM
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Post pics of your DVD collection and HT, Part 6

About time for a new thread since the other has gone to 28 pages! Let's stay on topic from here on out, huh?

Here is Part 1

Here is Part 2

Here is Part 3

Here is Part 4

Here is Part 5
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Old 01-02-05, 12:08 AM
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I just assembled one of my two new DVD racks. I'll post a pic tomorrow.
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OK, I finally got the second one up. Here they are:


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OK, I finally got the second one up. Here they are:

That's a nice collection! Where did you get that M&M figure from? I have a few too but not that one.
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Originally Posted by gotrice487
That's a nice collection! Where did you get that M&M figure from? I have a few too but not that one.
Thanks. I may go back and get one more rack and save it for when needed. They were on clearance for $17.80.

Got the M&M dispenser at Target years ago on clearance for like $5. I've seen that one on Ebay before too.

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Originally Posted by Snowmaker
OK, I finally got the second one up. Here they are:

Dude, you haven't opened your Indiana Jones, LOTR EE's, and Star Wars Trilogy sets!?!?!?
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Originally Posted by QuiGonJosh
Dude, you haven't opened your Indiana Jones, LOTR EE's, and Star Wars Trilogy sets!?!?!?
I was wondering if someone would say something about that.

They are OPEN, I just leave the plastic on to protect the packaging. Just like all the other digi-paks and such there with the plastic still on.
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Originally Posted by Snowmaker
They are OPEN, I just leave the plastic on to protect the packaging. Just like all the other digi-paks and such there with the plastic still on.
That's kind of strange.



But, to each his own.

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Originally Posted by sailor_moon
That's kind of strange.



But, to each his own.

I bet he's got plastic covering on his car seats and couches too.

Anyway, I'm gonna be getting a bunch new DVDs in the next week or so, gonna complete my VOY set with a good deal I got on ebay last night (last 3 seasons for
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Originally Posted by Snowmaker
I was wondering if someone would say something about that.

They are OPEN, I just leave the plastic on to protect the packaging. Just like all the other digi-paks and such there with the plastic still on.
wow, i havent met anyone else that does that. i do that as well and everyone also thinks i havent opened them, then when i tell them that they are they decide that i am totally anal.
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1 CAR GARAGE,12X19..

a little this..

a little that..

a bit here..









for bigger pictures or to leave comments,go here.
http://gallery.avsforum.com/showgall...00&ppuser=4763
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They are OPEN, I just leave the plastic on to protect the packaging. Just like all the other digi-paks and such there with the plastic still on.
I do the same thing, some look far better with plastic wrapping on thats for sure as you cannot see how cheap the crap card is for starters if I can I leave it on all slipcases and special boxes and sets, I do.
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wow, i havent met anyone else that does that. i do that as well and everyone also thinks i havent opened them, then when i tell them that they are they decide that i am totally anal.
I've seen how easily digi-pak CD cases wear and tear, I figure I'll preserve the DVD ones a little longer this way. So, even ones like my Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, Predator SE, etc, all have the plastic still on them, I just slice the end open with a box knife blade.

And if someone makes fun of my preference, I just say; "Don't make fun of my quirks. I don't make fun of you being an asshole"

Here, just to prove they are open:


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lol, i thought i was the only one who did that too
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Tommy - I assume you filled in the garage-door area, can you hear the sound much from outside?

Our neighbors made a recroom area out of their garage, but they don't have a home-theater set up.
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Thanks. I may go back and get one more rack and save it for when needed. They were on clearance for $17.80.
Where did you get those dvd shelves on clearance?
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Random - Is that shelving ~250 capacity? Where did you pick it up?
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Sweet setup! How big is that TV?
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lol, i thought i was the only one who did that too
Add me to the club that does this too
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Sweet setup! How big is that TV?
Thanks man, its the baby-mitsu at 48"...and oh yeah add me to the growing club of people that leave the plastic on the box sets when possible
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Originally Posted by Snowmaker
I've seen how easily digi-pak CD cases wear and tear, I figure I'll preserve the DVD ones a little longer this way. So, even ones like my Fight Club, Pulp Fiction, Predator SE, etc, all have the plastic still on them, I just slice the end open with a box knife blade.

And if someone makes fun of my preference, I just say; "Don't make fun of my quirks. I don't make fun of you being an asshole"
thats exactly how i see it, i want to protect that cardboard as long as i can man, i use a box knife blade too.
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Snowmaker and Random,

where did you buy your shelves at?
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Where did you get those dvd shelves on clearance?
Staples. I went back today and got 2 more, one for my dad and an extra for me.
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