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Topic # 81977 20-Apr-2011 22:46
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Just hung an led 27" Samsung on our dining room wall.  It has a usb port and I would like to know how I can source a good video of a fish tank to play while we are not watching tv - ie dining with friends etc.  Just thought it would enhance the room not having a black square on the wall.

Anyone know of a good video I could play on repeat. 

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  Reply # 461131 20-Apr-2011 22:57
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hows this one? looks pretty good and its in HD too

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  Reply # 461480 21-Apr-2011 23:06
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Excellent! Thanks a lot l43a2


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  Reply # 461499 22-Apr-2011 01:42
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Hook it up to a hackintosh pc if poss. and run that screensaver where its like your photo's are just being thrown on a pile at random. Nice way to show off your family photo's but not be distracting kinda. Give it a family home feel (I assume this is a family home?)

I know its not what you asked for but just throwing the idea out there. :D

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