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Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Commander Shepard, Jan 6, 2019.
[H]appy New Year!
Compared with other posts in the old threads, I feel kinda left behind. But I just don't want to spend a lot of time/energy/money in setting up something beautiful, which I rarely use or doesn't add up to my productivity.
Not counting the 1 day I work from home per week, I at max sit 10 hours for private reasons per week in my office room - In the winter, even less in the summer.
First Pic is my normal desktop (In the left corner you can see a part of the docking station for my business notebook).
Second pic is my NAS/Server corner - The 2 PCs on top are identical and are for testing purposes (Building clients etc. - You can't test everything with a VM). The HP and Synology have modified coolers and you can't hear them - especially since I mostly let music play. (Should get small rack anyways)
Built the desk out of acacia wood and black iron pipe. The chest on the left, is a sub-woofer enclosure.
Edit > adding night shot.
I ==Like the lamp.
What speakers are those? I'm needing to build or buy some desktop speakers for mine.
Thanks, man! Your desk is badass!
Do you work with audio, or just really like music?
I'm just a big fan of great audio. I work at home and am on the computer up to 12-14 hours/day. I figure it's well worth investing some $$ to get excellent audio for games, music, video, etc.
I agree very much. Home office for me too.
This was the setup last week,
What speakers are those? You guy's are making me really want an audio upgrade.
i got abunch that i use so im about to spam some pics
Those are M-Audio BX5. they are pretty decent. Generally sell for $150 each, but I got them on sale for $75 each a few years ago.
I am using a pair of Alesis M1 Active MK2 monitors on my gaming setup. I've had these speakers for over 13 years now. I am using an M-Audio BX Subwoofer which were paired with the BX5's when I had them down here in the garage, but swapped the speakers a year and half ago.
This is an awesome custom built desk. I was designing something similar last year.
I highly recommend the Acacia wood. It is considerably harder than Oak and tools very well. At least in my experience it isn't brittle or chip prone at all. I had no trouble routing edges in it with no breakout even routing with the spin.
I made another desk for my "office desk" with the same wood.
I wish I had the patience do do something like this...
Where did you get that wall clock?? Been looking for one similar to that for a while
Found it on eBay a few years ago. Think I paid about $100 for it.