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DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantkovacs01
Registered: March 13, 2007
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I have moved, and now they have their own room.  So, really I need new pictures, but you get the idea.

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I have moved, and now they have their own room.  So, really I need new pictures, but you get the idea.




doesn't the ewhite fluffy thing in the front clog up your dvd drive/player.  

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it is definitely a constant battle to keep hair out of everything.  Like I said in the new place, the DVD's have their own room.  So do the cats for that matter, and its the only room besides the kitchen and the living room they are allwed in since we keep all the other doors shut.
MattyJames
Registered: March 19, 2007
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This is my current setup. My dad and I built this shelving when I purchased my home 5 years ago. It is approx. 13 feet across by 7 feet tall. I plan on putting a theater in my new home when I move(In about 2 years) but will still build something like this to store my media.

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Here is mine ...





We are in the process of moving and this is where all ours are right now   
Antec Nine Hundred case, 4GB A-Data DDR2 800 RAM, Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 Conroe 2.66GHz, ASUS P5K-E/WIFI-AP MB, XFX GeForce 8600GT XXX 256MB 128-bit GDDR3 video card, ZALMAN CNPS9500 AT 2 Ball CPU Cooling Fan/Heatsink, Seagate Barracuda 320GB 7200 RPM SATA 3.0Gb/s HDD, Zerodba 620W PSU, LITE-ON 20X DVD±R DVD with LightScribe SATA, Samsung CDDVDW SH-S203B SATA, Hanns-G HH281 28" monitor, Kodak ESP3250 printer, Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 speakers, Windows 7 Professional
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And just how do you fit that in the DVD player?  

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But more importantly: where is this storage pod located?
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This is my current setup. My dad and I built this shelving when I purchased my home 5 years ago. It is approx. 13 feet across by 7 feet tall. I plan on putting a theater in my new home when I move(In about 2 years) but will still build something like this to store my media.




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This is my current setup. My dad and I built this shelving when I purchased my home 5 years ago. It is approx. 13 feet across by 7 feet tall. I plan on putting a theater in my new home when I move(In about 2 years) but will still build something like this to store my media.


Looks very nice.

Just out of curiosity: what are those... things... on the top shelf (between the TV + CDs and the ceiling)?
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Just out of curiosity: what are those... things... on the top shelf (between the TV + CDs and the ceiling)?

Obviously I don't know for sure, but it looks like plastic wrapped compoic books hung down from the ceiling to me.
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Looks more like some collectible action figures.  You know the ones you can get at McFarlane Toys... Movie Maniacs, Twisted Tales, Tortured Souls, Spawn etc... they got some really cool stuff.
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Looks more like some collectible action figures.  You know the ones you can get at McFarlane Toys... Movie Maniacs, Twisted Tales, Tortured Souls, Spawn etc... they got some really cool stuff.

Looked again and I think you are probably right...
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MattyJames
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-lol-

katharsis is close. They are Tech Decks. Tech Decks(For those w/out children or unfamiliar) are miniature skateboards complete with interchangable wheels/trucks etc. They are made to replicate the largest skateboarding teams in the world.

- When designing the shelving(Which is a really nice looking Cherry birch wood BTW. I wish i had better pictures) I had to leave space at the top to run all of my mess of wires behind the shelving. Obviously, every individual shelf had to have a clearance hole because there is no way of getting behind this thing. Anyway, The first thing that i notice after putting in my electronics was all of the wires hanging from the drop ceiling behind my media and television. It drove me crazy so as a quick fix, I hung a few of these Tech Decks behind there to cover them.       

Tech Deck Example:





Here is a another shot of my shelving:


P.S.

McFarlane does make some really neat figures. I have some of the Movie Maniacs and a few athletes as well. His detail is amazing. Kudos!!!
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At least your kids won't get hurt riding these .

Unless they swollow it .
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MattyJames
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At least your kids won't get hurt riding these .

Unless they swollow it .


-lmao Yeah...It's funny because my 5 year old son loves skateboarding and it scares me to death!!! I grew up skateboarding but was never too extreme therefore, never the best. My brother-in-law is pro and always gives my son Decks,wheels,protective gear, clothing and everything else he gets from sponsers and my son thinks he is the coolest. My son is also fearless and it terrifies me to think of him getting hurt like these guys often do. I make him wears more gear than a football player when i take him to the skate park. . On a posative note, It keeps him healthy and active. I'm glad he enjoy's things like this as opposed to sitting on the couch watching movies and playing video games all day like his Daddy. 

-Sorry for the OT
DVD Profiler Unlimited Registrantkatharsis
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Darn!  Almost... 

Heard about those tech decks before but I didnt know that there are so many of them out there.
Sounds pretty interesting too now, that you mentioned you can change the wheels etc...

I really dig the setup of the whole area.  I am not very handy thus we decided to buy some furniture, which of course do not have enough storage space for all the DVDs, so I had to split them into smaller sections all over the apt.  Even been thinking about making small shelving along the ceiling  
Can't wait to move and get a proper entertainment room.

Used to have a load of McFarlane toys, but sold a bunch due to space restrictions and also because I found Sideshow Toys statues and busts to be more appealing.
I'll try to post some pics soon.
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