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Originally Posted by Kenneth View Post
joel_v... is that the Logitech Z-5500 speaker set? I love those.
it sure is mate. those things are so so good. easily some of the best computer speakers around at the moment.

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Nice. Is that the 24"model?

I've actually been thinking about trading my Mac Pro for a 24" iMac 2.8GHz. I don't need a 4-core machine, really, and the space savings would be welcome.
     
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Originally Posted by glaassetcher View Post
24" iMac 2.16GHz Core 2 Duo, Logitech wireless keyboard, Microsoft wireless mouse, Lexmark Laserprinter, Epson Photoprinter, epson scanner, Panasonic phone/fax, firewire external discs (250,250,40Gb), NEC external speakers, 30Gb iPod.

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Oct 23, 2007, 01:13 AM
 
First the lounge, then the PowerMac Pic thread, now here! Got a new desk, thought I'd update:



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Oct 23, 2007, 10:36 AM
 
IceEnclosurep, just a small piece of info: You can flip back the blue-greyish rings holding up the SoundSticks. That way it gives you the illusion they're floating in mid-air, more or less like the iMac. The way you have them now is basically only for shipping purposes (taking up les space in the box). As such:



I also see you have the same mini desk lamps as I do!
     
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Oct 24, 2007, 12:51 AM
 
.Neo, who says?(shipping purposes)... I say they're good either way, and since I've had them for going on 4 years, I'd know!

I've had them both ways, but with my current seating position in relation to where the speakers are, they aim at me best like this.

edit: and yes, I totally got the lamps after seeing yours. The Galant desk, on the other hand, I've had my eye on for quite some time.
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Oct 25, 2007, 11:24 PM
 
Here's mine:



i decided to get the new keyboard as celebration for doing good on a midterm. I think it matches the old iMac style pretty well and it's really ncie to type on. Plus the usb 2.0 is nice. I've been wanting to get either a 20 or 23" cinema display though to have some real fun...
     
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Originally Posted by Dex13 View Post


I took this a couple of days ago.

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Oct 25, 2007, 11:35 PM
 
Now thats my kind of display...surrounded by tons of Macs...LOL
     
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i just got my imac 2 weeks ago (my second apple... iphone being first ). ill post pics later.
also, what settings/resolution do you guys have it on your 20" (1280X800)? and do you guys do the custom calibration (color) or just leave it as is? thanx in advance
     
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My resolution is 1680 X 1050 and I haven't done any custom calibration.
     
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Oct 27, 2007, 09:55 PM
 
You should leave your screen resolution as it is. There is only one resolution for LCD screens that will look clear. A 20" display should be at 1680x1050.

Also, this is the wrong thread to ask for advice.
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Here is my new iMac setup. Lovin' it.

     
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miacomet I think you need a bigger desk
     
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I like the small desk. My big one on the other side of the room is for papers etc.
     
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Mine:

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Nov 21, 2007, 01:49 PM
 
Originally Posted by IceEnclosure View Post
.Neo, who says?(shipping purposes)... I say they're good either way, and since I've had them for going on 4 years, I'd know!
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Originally Posted by mjames View Post
Mine:

20" iMac Core Duo/20" cinema display
How do you like the iMAc with that display? I was thinking of doing something similar, but didn't know if I should go for the 23" one. I'd prefer the 20" because of the price.
     
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Originally Posted by BoingoBongo View Post
How do you like the iMAc with that display? I was thinking of doing something similar, but didn't know if I should go for the 23" one. I'd prefer the 20" because of the price.
I think you mean 24"? I love my iMac, and the new aluminum ones even more. I'd rather have the two 20"s than one 24", obviously.
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Nov 21, 2007, 10:46 PM
 
He means 23". The 23" Cinema Display.
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Nov 22, 2007, 01:19 AM
 
Yeah, I did mean the 23". Two 20" screens seems like it would be amazing though, and cheaper!
     
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Nov 22, 2007, 11:57 AM
 
It would be sooo wide, though. I need height with width.
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Nice desk prominence, I like it.
     
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Originally Posted by TyPod View Post
Nice desk prominence, I like it.
Indeed. That Mac's pretty nice too.
     
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Here's my wall mounted 24' iMac. My desk has never been so tidy!

Its the 2.4 one with 4gb of ram and seems loads quicker than my 2.33 macbook pro (guess its the faster hard drive etc).

     
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haha it looks so weird like it's floating. Nice setup.
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Originally Posted by hldan View Post
Wow, a mixture of 80's electronics with modern 2007 electronics. There's even an 8 track tape. This guy's old
Nah. I'm only 27. I just like good sound. And brushed aluminum.
     
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Originally Posted by adamfishercox View Post
haha it looks so weird like it's floating. Nice setup.
Naaa.. he's just using the Force.

     
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Nice pics everyone! I'll post pictures of my Floor Mac (iMac G3, 350MHz, OS X 10.3.9) later today.
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Just a quick snap but makes my 15 inch Windows system seem so inadequate now!

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For one, that looks amazing. Great setup!

Two, how in the world do you work there? There is no leg room....?
     
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i won't lie. it's not a very ergonomic setup but i have this low chair (i think it's called poang from ikea) that sits just at eye level with the monitor. it's pretty comfortable sitting on the floor too! i really bought this machine to use front row while laying in bed with my apple remote though, haha.
     
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a tv and apple tv could have handled that job as well
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but with not nearly as much fun and excitement!
     
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MJAMES: Your desk makes my pants get all tingly. I like that desk a lot!
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My 24" Aluminum iMac. Purchased in October w/ 1GB RAM, but soon to be 4 GB. My First mac and i'm loving it, having all sorts of fun trying new things.

     
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Your house looks like it was built on some rather un-level ground.
     
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updated, with my new Klipsch 2.1 ProMedia speakers and ICY DOCK Ext HD w/320GB Seagate inside.

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Not the best photo, but you get the idea...
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watch that sig, bud.
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