let's see your gaming setups

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1 year ago#21
Old pics http://s102.photobucket.com/albums/m108/regsantotomas/Darkcharger%20stuff

That was probably taken 5 years ago.
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1 year ago#22
Posted this on Reddit recently. It's messy in some areas, but in a good way.

http://imgur.com/a/2mzbu
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1 year ago#23
http://i161.photobucket.com/albums/t204/Toph_The_Earthbender/20140503_103613_zps185680d6.jpg

I have another new recliner down there as well. Swapped it out one of my small gray ones for a bigger gray recliner.
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1 year ago#24
Had an unused closet in my room so I turned it into an entertainment center. My kinect looks like HAL in this pic. Yes, that is a batman snuggie hanging on my door.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/27696765/20140714_183041.jpg
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1 year ago#25
BrewTownGamer posted...
Yeah don't look like much of a game area but...
http://s1380.photobucket.com/user/aaronbrewer6191/media/Mobile%20Uploads/676DBB14-D33B-4ED9-AF68-D69CF56A36A2_zpstl64do2b.jpg.html

That's my area lol all my games are in the two cd cases down in the corner of the entertainment stand. I also have a wii 360 and a few others but my brother and sister
Are currently using them 45 inch tv I tried to hide cables best I can lol

That looks really high up.

It is said that to reduce eye fatigue, and for a better visual experience that the screen should be lower than you, you should be looking slightly down at it.
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1 year ago#26
CapwnD posted...
It is said that to reduce eye fatigue, and for a better visual experience that the screen should be lower than you, you should be looking slightly down at it.


Your eyes should be level with the top of the screen. This also helps with neck strain.
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1 year ago#27
Let's see some more setups. It's always awesome to see what ideas people have.
1 year ago#28
http://m.imgur.com/rYDloTc

Here ya go (I don't know the specific models off-hand, just the brands).

70" Sharp TV, Pioneer Elite Reciever, Sinclair Surround Sound, APC Line Conditoner, Cable Box, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3, and yes that is an HD-DVD player haha (what can I say I buy pretty much all tech)
1 year ago#29
holden4ever posted...
CapwnD posted...
It is said that to reduce eye fatigue, and for a better visual experience that the screen should be lower than you, you should be looking slightly down at it.



Your eyes should be level with the top of the screen. This also helps with neck strain.


Meh I am usually laying down on my couch when playing or watching tv so the strain on my neck don't bother me much but I get what you all are saying (also in order to change it i would have to take my tv mount off the wall which will leave holes in the wall and to lazy to fix it)
Edit: I guess I measured the tv and it's about 4 feet from the ground not extremely high I don't think atleast
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1 year ago#30
OkayPlayer1 posted...
http://m.imgur.com/rYDloTc


Awesome setup dude. I would buy a surround system, but I intend to move out after my lease is up.
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