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My HT pics!

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Timon Russo, Mar 28, 2003.

  1. Timon Russo

    Timon Russo Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Very nice. Did you build the cabinets? Very nice room and has quite a bit of room for expansion.

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    Love the front soundstage
     
  4. Timon Russo

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    My dad built the cabinets. He does mostly antique restoration these days, but I am pretty pleased with his first major entertainment center. [​IMG]
     
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    nice job! what kind of speakers do you have built in?
     
  6. Rob McAuliffe

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    Very Nice! I love the look of the wood... pine? Great screen shot to! "Can you milk me, Faulker"?
     
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    Looks really good, congrats!
    Let me make a suggestion, the reason your pics don't look so hot is because you made them gifs, so you lose a lot of resolution and clarity. Next time change your photos into jpegs. May take more space(or not), but it will be totally worth it.[​IMG]
     
  8. Timon Russo

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    Rob, he carved it from a single piece of driftwood. Just kiddin. Its butternut. He just happened to have a lot of it lying around.
     

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