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rjbarker July 18, 2009 06:01 PM

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Pushing 5 yrs old....the Lamp in the Sony is still going strong...:thumb:
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Nemaster203 September 14, 2009 05:14 PM

I made this a while ago because I was bored. I currently don't use it, and might be willing to sell it sometime (The NES PC, not anything else).
Motherboard & PSU: Zotac IONITX-A-U Intel Atom N330 Dual-Core processor, Nvidia ION Chipset. (Comes with 90W Power Brick)
Case: Nintendo Entertainment System
BD Drive: Silverstone TOB02
RAM: 4GB Kingston 800MHz Value RAM.
Harddrive: WD Scorpio Black 320GB.
Cooling: Stock cooling, with extra 40mm fans to try to exhaust the heat from the NES, which has pretty fail cooling, but I don't feel like defacing the outside any more than I have to.
OS: Windows 7 RTM Starter (32-bit, it uses a bit less resources than other versions I think.)

TV: Some Hitachi 42" Plasma TV, with a generic wall mount bracket.
DVD Player: Some Hitachi one, and the NES PC.
DVD Stand (Not Pictured): Custom made by me when I was in woodworking at school.

misterd September 15, 2009 05:12 AM


My HT setup as it stands today. Nothing special. 46" Aquos D64 / PS3 / LG DVD / Yamaha HTR-6080 / HTPC

Phobia September 16, 2009 11:37 AM


Originally Posted by lcdguy (Post 175577)

Hey LCDguy, where did you get your stand? I really like the look of that, and would like to get something similar.
I have a small tv stand now (about 2.5 feet tall and about the same wide) I want something a little taller and a lot wider. Exactly like the one in that picture.
any suggestions on where to get a cheap tv stand like that?

lcdguy September 16, 2009 11:53 AM

actually i got it from Ikea about a year ago. It's called the LACK tv table and it's actually 2 of them stacked on each other. I think they were around $75-100 each.

steers September 16, 2009 12:36 PM


Originally Posted by lcdguy (Post 256181)
actually i got it from Ikea about a year ago. It's called the LACK tv table and it's actually 2 of them stacked on each other. I think they were around $75-100 each.

I can certainly attest to the greatness of the LACK. I'm currently using one as my TV stand and I love it. I think it ran me about $80 last fall. Their web site says they have them in a variety of finishes, but when I got mine the Burlington store was pretty picked over (only had birch left methinks; fine by me :bleh:). Sturdy enough to handle my 46" LCD, and the price is right too.

IKEA | TV solutions | TV solutions for TVs up to 25'' | LACK | TV bench

curtispan September 16, 2009 02:24 PM

That NES setup is epic on so many levels.

Phobia September 16, 2009 03:50 PM

cool! how sturdy is one on top of the other though?

Deeival September 16, 2009 04:52 PM


Originally Posted by steers (Post 256208)

Got one of those here as well. The only problem is that your receiver will most likely not fit in the shelf. You'll have to put it on top or beside the stand.

Sushi Warrior September 16, 2009 05:31 PM

I'll post some of mine, 50" Panny plasma 1080P (lemme check the model number, it's the Costco only series) crappy JVC audio, soon to be PS3 for blu-ray and wireless media streaming, and a Cogeco PVR.

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