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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 30973 27-Feb-2009 18:07
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hi guys, iv been checking forums n its wrecking my head so thought i would ask instead!
so im buying a flat so planning the setup. the lounge is 7 meters long by 4 mts wide.
i will have my sky hdi,
32 inch lcd with hdmi,
xbox 360 with hdmi,
surround stereo with optical,
and porjector with dvi input.
now most things will be at the front of the room, with the projector on the roof at the back.
so how do i get all this going?! il need all of it working off either the tv or projector and prob
at the same time. and by the time the hdmi single reaches the projector (i have hdmi to dvi converter)
its prob bout 13 odd meters.
i have brought 200meters of cat 5 gigabit cable for $50 as heard thats useful, if not for hdmi then
speaker cable.
so someone must have the same setup or close to it who can tell me the cables or adaptors or
boosters or whatever will make this as good as pos!
hope you all can help.
cheers, mark.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 198428 27-Feb-2009 18:38
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Where is the blu ray player ??

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Uber Geek


  Reply # 198516 28-Feb-2009 11:51
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Cheap...with Sky HDi?!?...


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 198530 28-Feb-2009 14:06
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well im not at the blue ray stage yet and im doing a deal with my renters who live on the same property (house and a flat) and go multi room with hdi so bout $70 each a month with full package. sky dont need to know its 2 seperate titles since they are joined by the roof.

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