Show Your LCD(s) setups!!!

kokkin9

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This is my setup (Lg 437ud
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magnetik

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Hey magnetik - like the cat on the chair. I guess we know who the boss is...

I got him figured out..just throw them damn temptations wherever I want him to go for a few minutes and it works out for the both of us.
 

Mad Maxx

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I got him figured out..just throw them damn temptations wherever I want him to go for a few minutes and it works out for the both of us.
Wow, I remember your original setup from my early years as a lurker on [H]. Are those Samsung monitors or TVs?
 

magnetik

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Wow, I remember your original setup from my early years as a lurker on [H]. Are those Samsung monitors or TVs?

which setup? 06' abouts?
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or I think 04-05.. damn rocking the svhs and xb og. miss the black widow case. got dinged up pretty bad when I moved out of chicago.
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currently using samsung 6290 walmart specials on the triple and a 900e sony xbr on the main rig. LG 34 up top.

If you look closely I reuse a lot of equipment. heh
 

euskalzabe

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Home office update: I wanted to buy an HDR ultrawide, but seeing they're going to cost north of $1000 and I refuse to pay that much for a screen, I'm keeping my 40" 4K TV for now. I had this feeling that hanging the TV on the wall would be a good idea: the second I turned it on, my hunch was instantly confirmed. I'm very satisfied with the change.

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ORFJackal

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I like to see moroe VR headsets being apart of people setup. Am not seeing too many right now.

I hope that will change in the coming years.

As you wish ;)

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(Philips BDM4065UC)

Also pay attention to the VR sensors and cable management solution in the ceiling:

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And if VR feels too new and fancy, there are other options:

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ORFJackal

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Whoa, two Stackers?

Yes. :D One is for the desktop, the other is for my home server. It was the biggest box I was able to find at the time and I was so happy with it that I got a second one as well. (y) Enough room for expansion for anything: a big stack of HDDs for the server or water cooling for the desktop (though I've been happy enough with air cooling to not have bothered with the hassle - I used to have Zalman's Reserator 1). The only disadvantage of its size is when you have to carry it to a LAN party. :LOL:
 

Mad Maxx

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As you wish ;)

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(Philips BDM4065UC)

Also pay attention to the VR sensors and cable management solution in the ceiling:

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And if VR feels too new and fancy, there are other options:

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I see a pair of big beautiful KEF towers! (y)

What's your audio source?
 

ORFJackal

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I see a pair of big beautiful KEF towers! (y)

What's your audio source?
My sound setup is KEF R500, KEF R200c, KEF R100*, Elac SUB 2070, Denon AVR-X3300W. Additionally I have Sennheiser HD 650 headphones and sE Electronics USB2200a microphone.

* Two for surround and two for zone 2 in other rooms (mono).
 

Mad Maxx

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My sound setup is KEF R500, KEF R200c, KEF R100*, Elac SUB 2070, Denon AVR-X3300W. Additionally I have Sennheiser HD 650 headphones and sE Electronics USB2200a microphone.

* Two for surround and two for zone 2 in other rooms (mono).
Nice! I'm a KEF guy, too, though my setup is quite a bit more modest. For my computer, I'm running a pair of LS50 bookshelf speakers, SVS SB-2000 sub, Schiit Gungnir Multibit DAC, and Crown XLS 2502 amp. I'm getting a new desk and will post a pic here as soon as everything is ready.
 

ajrettke33

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The monitor is 30"....I went from 20"/24"/20" (non wide)-(wide)-(non-wide) to this. Might be time for a 43"!

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cybereality

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That's pretty sweet. Surprising that arm can handle a 40" TV.

I have the KU6300 40", looks very similar to mine.
 

Canon

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Finally got a new monitor Asus PG348q.

LCDs from left to right...

Samsung 275t 27"
Microsoft Surface Pro (1st gen)
Asus PG348q 34" UltraWide
Google Pixelbook

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elvn

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I have the DROK usb volume knob and like it. It's the chrome looking one to the right of the mouse. Simple volume knob and press to toggle mute/unmute.

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It's a bit more open on the left under the 4k monitor since this pic because I added a heavy duty ergotron arm for the 43" screen so it wouldn't have to sit on that side table but otherwise pretty similar.
Made more of the desk under the keyboard panel black as well, and I added a two pedal usb pedal device on the ground which I use for my push-to-talk-key in games.

More details here: https://imgur.com/a/8EAmu
 
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