Gloomfire said:Original 1978 Denver Broncos Orange Crush [/B]
Bamihap said:Don't you guys have Ikea's over there? Damn the furniture and wall & floors hurt my eyes.
Offtopic: Set your tv's to "cinema" mode and color temperature to "warm". Trust me, humans shouldn't be blue.Yes Boss! said:Boo,
A nice homey gaming space is far better than something stuffed with sterile IKEA ware.
Anyways, here is my little Tate setup I did a few weeks ago and will entering the new year with. Just the essentials as most of my stuff is in storage now:
Bamihap said:Offtopic: Set your tv's to "cinema" mode and color temperature to "warm". Trust me, humans shouldn't be blue.
Spiderjericho said:Marty, how much does it cost for the AV rack/shelf? I really want one of those.
sky said:Surprised there's no prominent dreamcast in sight...
entrement said:Region locking for both retail and downloadable software, such as VC and WiiWare. It's so stupid. Every platform holder should've just went region free this generation. Only a fraction of even the hardcore ever import games.
Region locking for both retail and downloadable software, such as VC and WiiWare. It's so stupid. Every platform holder should've just went region free this generation. Only a fraction of even the hardcore ever import games.OuterWorldVoice said:
Marty Chinn said:I've been meaning to do this for awhile now since I actually upgraded the TV back in February, but probablya good thing I waited since the HTPC, keyboard, and mouse are all recent additions.
Current Hardware (new changes in bold):
Pioneer Elite Kuro 50" 111FD Plasma HDTV
Pioneer Elite SC-07 Receiver
AV123 ELT525 Speakers
DirecTV HD-DVR HR23-700
Sony Blu-Ray BDP-BX1
Zotac Dual Core Atom 330 w/ NVIDIA ION HTPC
Sony 60 GB PlayStation 3
Sony PlayStation 2
Microsoft Xbox 360
Logitech diNovo Mini
Logitech MX Air Mouse
Sony KF-50WE610 HDTV
DirecTV TiVo HR10-250
Toshiba HD-A2 HD-DVD Player
Microsoft Xbox (used for XBMC)
Here's what it now looks like:
These should help with the cables.HUELEN10 said:Re-cased titles look great on the shelf, and protect the game, as well as the original cardboard box and manual (when available). All of the original materials for re-cased games, along with boxes for systems and the like, have been carefully dusted, sorted, and stored in a safe location, so no worries about any of that! When it comes to damaged labels, those cartridges will be replaced altogether, or will be professionally RE-LABELED. When completed, this will ensure that the collection will be ready to transport without fear of lost items, archivable for convenience, and most importantly, will ensure that everything from past generations, to current generation, and next generation will be able to be enjoyed when I pass it down to my children one day. Hopefully, they will appreciate it.
As far as tallying up the numbers, and listing my games, I am working hard on it. It will take a lot of time though, just for the fact that I have well over 100 Wii games. I think in the end, it will be worth it.
I work hard. I play hard.
xBigDanx said:I second that.
It looks exactly like what I've been imagining for my HT solution... just didn't know what I could use to get it