Room Entertainment

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I think that after a long day usual you want to relax at home especially in your own. This is the setup I have done to to watch everything I want on the screen.

I switched my small factor Shuttle PC to the Shuttle SS31T small tower PC because it was over heating from all the anime and other tv series that I keep streaming to it. Now this SS31T is fantastic, and its almost zero noise compared to the other PC and it can handle its own when I’m doing things on it.

I also have a PS2 below to play some games, and I have my Sony Stereo from 1993 that stills works (My hat goes off to Sony for making a good product), but the dial on the front is a bit messed up but its still really good.

I tried organizing some of my cds, books, and dvds to the best of my abilities but it just doesn’t seem completely tidy, Im assuming it because of the wiring. And I’m planning to use the small factor Shuttle PC to install Windows Vista Ultimate on it when it comes out next month to do some testing and tweaking.

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A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!

5 Comments

  1. If you want it to look tidier then I think you will need a different table.

    Otherwise, you could buy some boxes, from Ikea or the one and put your stuff in their so there is less clutter showing.

    Also, hide the extension with a plant, pot or teddy bear :P

    Nice TV!

  2. If you aren’t already using HDMI input for pc (DVI > HDMI) I suggest you make the switch. I ditched the VGA cable ages ago .. the picture is much crisper with dVI.

  3. one good you can to …
    ORGANIZE your things … hehehehe
    3idik imbarak

  4. miyafushi: looool! Teddy bear! hehehe, plant attracts bugs so I’m not going to do that, but I like your idea of hiding it with something.. . I need to think about that! I am getting some boxes but I’m waiting for them to be delivered! I like the tv too!

    K: I already have that from a while back! Its a huge difference!

    Ali & Musaed: My things are relatively organized, there isn’t much more I can do with it!

    Laialy: The other side of the room! loool!

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