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^ So many people using that wallpaper. Including me.
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^ So many people using that wallpaper. Including me.
*high-five* I love my cityscape wallpapers, thanks to /wg/
    
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is that an iPod nano i see plugged in in the bottom left of your crazy keyboard?
That is not a keyboard, it is a Allen & Heath Gl3300 32ch analog mixer. The 30gb i-pod is a backup for the music on the computer. The little usb keyboard is in front of the monitor.
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post #2744 of 39899
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So I haven't posted pics of my new place since I moved, and I'm pretty sure my old pics are gone... oh well, here they are:



I'd say other than the nest of cables under the desk [which is being fixed shortly after buying a few hooks for the underside of my desk and some organization], this is a pretty clean setup.
nice, but u really need a bigger lcd, i suggest a 32", especially if u have a 360 and a ps3 hooked up to it
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nice, but u really need a bigger lcd, i suggest a 32", especially if u have a 360 and a ps3 hooked up to it
I just bought an xbox for a 19 inch lcd. It's more than big enough.

I don't understand the craze for huge monitors. Have fun wrecking your eyes.
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I just bought an xbox for a 19 inch lcd. It's more than big enough.

I don't understand the craze for huge monitors. Have fun wrecking your eyes.
actually mine is hooked up to my 37" lcd tv and im always at least 15ft away from it

a gaming console should be hooked up to a lcd tv and not a pc monitor

32" is far from huge, have u ever seen a big lcd hooked up to a gaming console via hdmi, there really is a huge difference
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actually mine is hooked up to my 37" lcd tv and im always at least 15ft away from it

a gaming console should be hooked up to a lcd tv and not a pc monitor

32" is far from huge, have u ever seen a big lcd hooked up to a gaming console via hdmi, there really is a huge difference
Um. Yeah no. My LCD PC monitor does 1080 and has a better refresh rate than any LCD TV out there. Try again. It's a 22" and only 2' away from me... max. Also, the whole HDMI is better than my monitor thing... HDMI is DVI with an audio signal. Again, fail.
    
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Um. Yeah no. My LCD PC monitor does 1080 and has a better refresh rate than any LCD TV out there.
there are more things to consider than just refresh rate; let me guess what your refresh rate is.. 120?? there are lcd tv's out there that have a refresh rate of 120!

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Try again. It's a 22" and only 2' away from me... max. Also, the whole HDMI is better than my monitor thing... HDMI is DVI with an audio signal. Again, fail.
never said hdmi is better than a pc monitor

my point was einstein - you get a better picture though a big lcd tv vs. a pc monitor (more contrast, color, etc.) and if the comparison was between the same brand

either get your eyes checked or go to best buy to see the difference
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there are more things to consider than just refresh rate; let me guess what your refresh rate is.. 120?? there are lcd tv's out there that have a refresh rate of 120!



never said hdmi is better than a pc monitor

my point was einstein - you get a better picture though a big lcd tv vs. a pc monitor (more contrast, color, etc.) and if the comparison was between the same brand

either get your eyes checked or go to best buy to see the difference
My eyes are great, thanks. I'll use the monitor I already own that can input my digital cable, PC, PS3 and 360, all in one while keeping a great resolution for my PC. I had a 26" Phillips HD LCD TV for a while and it was garbage for a monitor. Now I have the best of all worlds. And I'm pretty sure you get a better picture with a higher resolution on a smaller screen, especially sitting this close to it [ie, a 1080p 37" vs a 1080p 50"], hence why I'm using my monitor.

But, keep your TV and I'll keep my do-it-all. Why should I buy a new LCD TV when what I have works perfectly?

EDIT: Dur, I meant response time, not refresh rate. My bad. I had bad ghosting on my 26" TV when playing PC games. It was pretty distracting.
Edited by Starscream - 5/13/08 at 9:40pm
    
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I manage a school network at 14
thats exactly what Im doing
and I just turned 15 April 28th...
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