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Old 01-16-01, 09:04 PM
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I was wondering what everyone was using for watching DVD's on their PC's. The computer I use to watch DVD's on consists of a PIII 800, ATI 64MB graphics card, 512MB of RAM, 19" trinitron flat screen monitor, and Altec Lansing's thin-profile 3-piece speakers.

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Old 01-17-01, 12:12 AM
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AMD Athlon 750 (fast processor, awesome price), Matrox G400 32megs DH (the best 2D you can get), 128 megs of RAM (more would be overkill for what I do), 17' digital and 14' HP (I only use the digital for DVDs, but having a dual display is usefull... and the HP was free ) and Sony speakers with Sony sub (soon to be replaced by the Creative Labs Cambridge DTT2500 Digital with DD5.1 decoder for real Dolby 5.1 sound!)
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Old 01-17-01, 12:25 AM
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PIII 450, 384RAM, 17"Screen, TNT2 Ultra, Damn big home theatre connected to the sound card.

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Old 01-17-01, 12:51 AM
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PIII 800/133, 256MB, Elsa GeForce2 GTS, Pioneer 16x slotload DVD, Audiophile 24/96 sound card, Pioneer 510HD monitor, working on the sound.
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Old 01-17-01, 11:37 PM
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Can I ask you all what you think or your respective systems for watching DVD's? Are you happy with how they play DVD's?
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Old 01-18-01, 03:58 PM
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Originally posted by Real Boba Fett:
(snip) 17' digital and 14' HP (I only use the digital for DVDs, but having a dual display is usefull... and the HP was free ) (snip)



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On topic...Celeron 333 (not overclocked - too chicken), Voodoo3 2000, 96MB ram, OEM soundcard, and Altec ACS-500 w/ sub. Yep, it's a little ji-ji-jittery, which is why I mostly use the HT.
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