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oh yeah i forgot about the hanns g.  thats like the only monitor in that price range which makes me kind of weary how well it works.  i might want to pick one of those up.

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Nice set up Graz. Well done mate. Hope it brings you a lot of fun and enjoyment.

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Nice set up Graz. Well done mate. Hope it brings you a lot of fun and enjoyment.


So far, so good (knock on wood)...haven't had a single problem with any of them, and it's been over a year since I bought them... 

 

I must say though that having four 28" monitors 2 feet from your face can be a bit overwhelming at first...I really had to crank the brightness down quite a bit.  But once acclimated, anything else feels quite small...one definitely gets spoiled.

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Not really computer related, but... I live in downtown Shanghai.  The view out the balcony window (to the left of my desk) at night looks like this:

 

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thats cool in shanghai but id be more impressed from some chinese places and palaces.  as for the 4 28" monitors, yeah id imagine thats pretty huge.  i used my vizio 32" lcd tv as a monitor once and i couldnt stand it so i sold it.  even with the brightness down, the mouse just seemed to take a year to get anywhere and it hurt my eyes.  resolution was horrible, but thats because it was an lcd tv not a computer monitor.  but i couldnt imagine 4 28" monitors.

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Not really computer related, but... I live in downtown Shanghai.  The view out the balcony window (to the left of my desk) at night looks like this:

 

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Wow that view is amazing.  I hope I my future apartment has a view half that breathtaking.

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Oh damn Graz, I want to live there, or atleast have such a beautiful city scape from my window. From my window I can see dumpsters and cats digging them, and some huge factory chimneys.

;____;

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Not really computer related, but... I live in downtown Shanghai.  The view out the balcony window (to the left of my desk) at night looks like this:

 

 



http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/256063/post-your-photography-here-2-new-dial-up-800x600-friendly

 

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Pull down screens are really quite cheap, you could easily have one in your main room and have a portable one for outside (or make DIY ones for little money!)

 

BTW, love the Marantz, they don't make them like that anymore.. and the casing looks very nicely done.


I may look into the pull down screen that you mentioned.  I was always concerned with how it would work with the vaulted ceiling.  

 

Thanks, I love the case and would never sell it.  Unfortunately, he no longer does any wood working...partially my fault for getting him into photography. 

 

A couple of my headphone systems (I will have to get a pic of the one in the living room) run off of an iPad (tablet computer) or laptop.  The iPad is fairly flexible as a server or remote.  I can run Plex and stream my iTunes catalog, play the lossless that I have stored on it, use it to stream from the web (Pandora, Pocket Tunes, etc..) or use it as a remote to control iTunes/Airfoil for streaming via an Airport Express that I also have in this setup. 

 

 

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The Dac_1 also feeds a Denon AVR3300 (I no longer have the Pinnacle stacked speakers in this setup)..  I run 4 NHT SB2s and an NHT Center channel with a small sub:

 

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Next to the chair in the shot above, I have a Super T-amp hooked to a pair of vintage headphones.  It is being fed the output of the Little Dot MKIII:

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I may look into the pull down screen that you mentioned.  I was always concerned with how it would work with the vaulted ceiling.


Mine is attached to a vaulted ceiling, it works fine that way as the screen housing is made to hang from hooks.

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Tiger, how does your HD650 sound with the little dot? smily_headphones1.gif I was considering jumping into the $800 range for an amp but the MK III seems like a good amp to get me started and experience the whole "work my way up the chain" thing rather than start halfway up already.

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Terribly messy, but that's my rig.

post #2713 of 9134

Very nice Adams... and the sub sure looks fear-inducing.

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Very nice Adams... and the sub sure looks fear-inducing.



Thanks, I wish I have a bigger room though. I already fitted all the bass traps I can fit around the room. 

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Very nice Adams... and the sub sure looks fear-inducing.



LOL

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