The "TV" thread (LCD/Plasma/LED). Post pics.

Dazza0685

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Here Is my setup guys.. Nothing too fancy but its simple and i like it.

Samsung UE46D700 Led 3D Tv
Apple Tv (For music & Films via the 2TB NAS drive)
Cambridge Audi0 650A Amplifier & Cambridge Audio Dacmagic.
A Pair of Mordaunt Short Aviano 6's (biwired)
Soon to be Sky Hd on tuesday too. (ready for the F1)

Like i said simple but works so well together.

(I still need to finish off the trunking to hide the rest of the cables tho!)

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Comments welcomed.
 
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sinisauk9

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Same TV stand as dub demand by the looks of things.
- Panny 46" G10
- B&W 685 Fronts, Linn Classik Unik Center and Rears, Linn Classik Affekt sub
- Onkyo 606 Receiver
- PS3 for BD / DVD / Streaming movies from NAS
- Apple TV (used mainly for streaming music from PC, occasionally for movies)
- Project RPM-Genie turntable
- Squeezebox Classic (Largely unused - server software was always a bit buggy on NAS, and it needs a new remote :( )

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Hello, i was wondering where this tv stand can be purchased or the name of it? looks very nice. thanks
 

leekeene

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might aswell get involved

i have an LG LED Cinema 3D 47" smart TV
LG 3D 5.1 tallboy surround sound player
Sky HD
PS3
Halo Limited Edition 360 with Black Kinect.

also have an harmony remote but i dont use it anymore due to the it not knowing what my DVD player is :(

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:: blade ::

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Ive got a 55" panasonic 3d plasma with a bose acoustimass 15 speaker and sub setup connected to a pioneer vsx920 amp with my sky box, xbox and ps3 connected. will get pics once i get chance :)
 

lgooch

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Loving these setups. Mines a shambles but to be honest I hardly watch tele having 2 young kids.
I have a 5.1 setup and cannot remember the last time I switched it on.

Quick question for the masses. I have a bit of OCD and hate wires on show. I notice some nice clean setups but how have you hidden the wires ? Have you chased all of the walls out and had them replastered ?
 

steviedee

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Yeh that's exactly what I done and also used conduit so you can remove or add cables, its a brick wall too!! it took me hours to chase the wall using a hammer and chisel Lol
 

ChallonaTTer

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Hoping to replace my Panasonic 42" with Panasonic TX-P50GT60 in the next week or so.
Will post some pics up when i can.
Nick.
 

markos72

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Love a new tv to replace our 5 year old Toshiba 37"-funds just don't permit at the moment...
 

markos72

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Loving these setups. Mines a shambles but to be honest I hardly watch tele having 2 young kids.
I have a 5.1 setup and cannot remember the last time I switched it on.

Quick question for the masses. I have a bit of OCD and hate wires on show. I notice some nice clean setups but how have you hidden the wires ? Have you chased all of the walls out and had them replastered ?
Hate wires everywhere too,comes partly from my job...I use spirowrap,not perfect but it does the job meantime.
 

ChallonaTTer

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20131022_062251.jpg Got the PanasonicTXP-5060GT on the wall at last!Fantastic picture quality,really impressed with it so far.Bought some led lights which i find enhances the viewing experience for me.
 

kite

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View attachment 22829 Got the PanasonicTXP-5060GT on the wall at last!Fantastic picture quality,really impressed with it so far.Bought some led lights which i find enhances the viewing experience for me.

I have a 42 GT60 great picture.
Have you used the recommended settings as posted on AV forum ?
 

ChallonaTTer

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I have a 42 GT60 great picture.
Have you used the recommended settings as posted on AV forum ?
No I haven't,does it make a difference ?would like to get the best out of it,is it easy to follow and set?
Cheers Nick.
 

kite

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No I haven't,does it make a difference ?would like to get the best out of it,is it easy to follow and set?
Cheers Nick.

The GT60 is a great picture but following the recommended settings on AV has made a difference.
Not too difficult to follow.
The wife had the laptop and read out the settings and I clicked through the options.
If you can't find the thread on there I have a link on the laptop...
 

ChallonaTTer

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The GT60 is a great picture but following the recommended settings on AV has made a difference.
Not too difficult to follow.
The wife had the laptop and read out the settings and I clicked through the options.
If you can't find the thread on there I have a link on the laptop...
Went on AVforums but couldn't find it,not sure if i was on the correct site to be honest!
 

ChallonaTTer

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Did the settings for the GT60 tonight and I didn't think it would improve the picture quality but how wrong was I!
Couldn't ask for more...fantastic...really happy now:hubbahubba:
 

:: blade ::

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will get a pic of mine once i sort the cables out, re decorated so all is well :)

these are what i installed at an old customers house a few yrs back,

65" panasonic tv in the kitchen, had the sky boxes and dvd player in the basement in his office and could changed them over from upstairs.



this was a 9ft wide screen with sunfire in wall speakers and 2 subs and a epson active 3d projector, hadnt finished the install at the time of the pic the speaker grilles still needed painting

 

Gadget69

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I will resurrect this thread with pictures of mine and customers that I have done


This was mine before my daughter came along.
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