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I hope you'll post lots of pics and info on the light panel process. I've read tons online...and everyone does it just a little bit different. I'm planning to try one in mine....would love to see you try it first.

Back from NYC....went in the Marriott Marquis as suggested....but they had the elevators closed except for guests....until 4:00 pm. Never made it back later to try again. Spent some time down in Little Italy and China Town on Saturday, and most of the restaurants and shops were just opening up again for the first time that day. In mid-town....everything was fine. Saw a couple of shows, and did all the touristy things with my gf who had not been before. Good to be back home though. Hope this second storm spares you. Good luck.
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Look at this piece of crap...probably worth $2 and selling for $15 due to situation (another storm tomorrow)...and wife buys 4 of them getting ready for tomorrow's possible outage..
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Brought computer back in the house....Surprised it hardly gathered any dust in the garage for more than a week. Wife's sound equipment for singing back there which she can't access due to all the stuff I have on the floor from the computer build. ...She is so patient, waiting for 2 months....probably going to hit me on the head one of these days.
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To make matters worse occupied other side of family room as well:
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And the kitchen bar..
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And the dining room:
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Only a matter of time before she leaves me...due to this build..

So in retaliation, she started putting her books in my home theather room....very small mess on right.

The rack is filled with lead shots so each rack is like 20 -30 pounds (depending on how much I filled it) so stop vibration and ends in cone to connect to next rack with pivot to stop traversal of vibration.
All speakers are french - JMLabs, sound system is canadian Anthem.
The hometheather pc is in a Antec case.

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This subwoofer is downfiring...and would shake my sons monitor in the basement...So i cut out a hole in the floor with a circular saw, and goes all the way to the joists (beams) in the basement ceiling and filled it with sand. There are two 2"x6" wood to absorb initial hit of the subwoofer and the sand dissipates the rest before it goes the basement. Below that is nice frame so from the front it can be barely seen.

All power cables for whole system are shielded on the inside with some sort of foil (12 guage).
avoid interference with interconnects (digitial and analog signals), sleeved and ends with hospital grade connectors.

All interconnects (a dozen i think) themselves have a shield (blue light indicates its on) around them to stop interference from nearby power cables.
Its a super build...
My computer build is hardly 10% of this build !! and took me 6 months to finish...with dedicated 12AMP line from main circuit and Richard Gray unit cleansing the entire power circuit.



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Speaker cables are silver 1" thick (with shielding and insulation) for 3 front, 0.5" for 2 sides, and monster flat cables going through basement and behind home theather chairs for 2 rears (so 7.1 channel)...will post shot some other time..
Edited by Seanimus - 11/6/12 at 9:24pm
post #323 of 1388
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I hope you'll post lots of pics and info on the light panel process. I've read tons online...and everyone does it just a little bit different. I'm planning to try one in mine....would love to see you try it first.
Back from NYC....went in the Marriott Marquis as suggested....but they had the elevators closed except for guests....until 4:00 pm. Never made it back later to try again. Spent some time down in Little Italy and China Town on Saturday, and most of the restaurants and shops were just opening up again for the first time that day. In mid-town....everything was fine. Saw a couple of shows, and did all the touristy things with my gf who had not been before. Good to be back home though. Hope this second storm spares you. Good luck.
Your alive!! yay.
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Originally Posted by cpachris View Post

I hope you'll post lots of pics and info on the light panel process. I've read tons online...and everyone does it just a little bit different. I'm planning to try one in mine....would love to see you try it first.
Back from NYC....went in the Marriott Marquis as suggested....but they had the elevators closed except for guests....until 4:00 pm. Never made it back later to try again. Spent some time down in Little Italy and China Town on Saturday, and most of the restaurants and shops were just opening up again for the first time that day. In mid-town....everything was fine. Saw a couple of shows, and did all the touristy things with my gf who had not been before. Good to be back home though. Hope this second storm spares you. Good luck.
That's unfortunate about the elevators, but at least you got to see the interior which is pretty mind blowing (IMO). Glad the trip was good regardless! thumb.gif
post #325 of 1388
Hey Seanimus, I've been following your build for a while and i'm thinking about purchasing an aquacomputer aqualis res/pump myself. What do you think of them so far?
post #326 of 1388
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Hey Seanimus, I've been following your build for a while and i'm thinking about purchasing an aquacomputer aqualis res/pump myself. What do you think of them so far?
Hi Xlink64...
Performance -- i don't know ..its not hooked up.
But sure feels good when you hold it..nice and sturdy...and looks good.
post #327 of 1388
They make good stuff. Hence why it is so expensive.
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post #328 of 1388
Cool, thanks for the feedback guys. thumb.gif
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Shrinkless sleeving:
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This is wrong, since it goes over..to far in:
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Open up the female connectors.. :
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Was doing connection to SATA...and then new Blu Ray arrived....Rest of mail has 3-4 days delay as USPS is all messed up..
post #330 of 1388
Niiiiice!
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