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Aug 30, 2004, 06:18 PM
 
sorry mate!
Just resized them

They are both mine one is for work, the other is for play (mostly acts as a slave for HDTV watching [portable PVR] or for streaming music through the network)
     
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Life must be nice.
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Aug 30, 2004, 08:04 PM
 
Originally posted by kelix:
They are both mine one is for work, the other is for play (mostly acts as a slave for HDTV watching [portable PVR] or for streaming music through the network)
Awesome, but why two separate machines?!? PVR take up too much HD space on the play PB? Need ultra-high security on the work machine?

Hope you don't pick up the wrong one on the way to work!

"Oh, sorry boss... I accidentally picked up my PornBook instead of my PowerBook."

Jokes aside, wow... impressive. I can't even get my (1) PB loaded up to the Max, let alone two just for kicks. Your work area looks quite nice, too.
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Aug 30, 2004, 08:05 PM
 

Here's mine
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Aug 31, 2004, 12:03 AM
 
Originally posted by azdude:
Awesome, but why two separate machines?!? PVR take up too much HD space on the play PB? Need ultra-high security on the work machine?
Lol, yea the other powerbook is fairly secure and thus nothing on it except work stuff. Need to unlock the screen with biometrics and open DB's and apps the same way... certanly is time consuming!
So i cant be farked having to do all that to watch a DVD or play a game! lol.
     
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Aug 31, 2004, 01:08 AM
 
that is some serious security you got going. who do you work for? NSA?

awesome setup btw.
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Ryan, Close... more of an Australian Eqiv... Thats the reason I have an IP phone @ home and not a POTS system.
     
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Aug 31, 2004, 04:04 AM
 
Originally posted by z0ne81:
[ img]snip[/img]
Here's mine
Is that a drawing tablet on top of an amplifier ? I'd give the amp some more breathing space ...
Otherwise, nice setup !

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Aug 31, 2004, 05:09 AM
 
Originally posted by d.fine:
Is that a drawing tablet on top of an amplifier ? I'd give the amp some more breathing space ...
Otherwise, nice setup !
I couldn't agree more! I'm currently in the process of buying some new, more practical furniture so that I can re-arrange everything more efficiently That big ol' desk is kinda clunky.
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Sep 1, 2004, 12:01 AM
 


Here's my Rev. C 12", perched atop an Oxygen8 on my new iCurve. (This support-stand really is worth all the praise it's been given, in case everyone else's raving revues weren't enough...)
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Originally posted by Taloston Man:


Here's my Rev. C 12", perched atop an Oxygen8 on my new iCurve. (This support-stand really is worth all the praise it's been given, in case everyone else's raving revues weren't enough...)
nice pic.. i like the colors on the screen (assuming it's that itunes thing?!?)
i'm afraid of the powerbook falling off icurves .. and it's kinda pricey for molded plastic .. hrmm =P

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Sep 1, 2004, 03:45 AM
 
Originally posted by kelix:
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Simple set up missing a few things as i have just moved in...
Present:
2x 1.5Ghz powerbook G4's with 2GB RAM
1x Tungsten T3
1x AP extreme
1x Epson Printer
1x Cisco IP phone
1x Fax
1X Telstra DECT phone

Missing:
1x 3G 40Gb ipod
1x Logitech z-680's
1x M-Audio sonica
A very nice and clean office. I wish I had a room like that!
     
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I wish I had HALF as many Powerbooks as he does. Very nice indeedy.
     
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Originally posted by Lancer409:
nice pic.. i like the colors on the screen (assuming it's that itunes thing?!?)
i'm afraid of the powerbook falling off icurves .. and it's kinda pricey for molded plastic .. hrmm =P
Yes, that's iTunes. I'm not too big a fan of the visualizations in general [born a couple of decades too late?], but they come in handy for gratifying photography.

As for the iCurve, your worries are ALL in vain.... at least with the 12". Even without adding the super-no-slip strips that Griffin tosses into the box, this PowerBook isn't going Anywhere. Snug as a bug in a rug, seriously. Whether I'm using the internal keyboard [which isn't often while at the desk], or yanking on the bloody thing from the front, it's a real struggle to get it to budge a centimeter. iCurve wasn't just slapped together in a few hours, they've put a great deal of effort into the design, and it really pays off.

As for the price, however, I've not got much to defend...
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Sep 1, 2004, 05:01 PM
 
Originally posted by kelix:
http://www.halocom.net/uploads/inoffice1.jpg
http://www.halocom.net/uploads/outoffice1.jpg

Simple set up missing a few things as i have just moved in...
Present:
2x 1.5Ghz powerbook G4's with 2GB RAM
1x Tungsten T3
1x AP extreme
1x Epson Printer
1x Cisco IP phone
1x Fax
1X Telstra DECT phone

Missing:
1x 3G 40Gb ipod
1x Logitech z-680's
1x M-Audio sonica
Really nice setup. Makes me jealous.
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Originally posted by Taloston Man:
Snug as a bug in a rug
Hahaaa cool line !

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Sep 3, 2004, 07:16 AM
 
Originally posted by Gig103:
>Martin Logan 5.1 setup
Nice! I use Maggies myself but ML is certainly sweet.
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Sep 4, 2004, 02:49 AM
 
Originally posted by GlobalNomad:
Is it so hard to use google?
to learn how to make things 3d
is it really hard not to be a smart ass?

i love it when people ask something and the "higher intellect" comes in to tell them to google it.

what a joke.
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Sep 4, 2004, 02:52 AM
 
Originally posted by justinhale:
the whole thing:

add a pomeranian to the list as well.

nice i've got a 6 lb runt teacup who thinks he's a 100 lb pit bull.. i can't walk him down the street because i get stopped every block. Once i had a couple follow me 3 blocks till i hit a local pharmacy, they said

"we know this probably sounds wierd, but can we just play with him for a minute?"
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Sep 4, 2004, 10:21 AM
 
I have the iCurve for my 15 Al
The thing isnt going anywhere, I love it.
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Sep 4, 2004, 11:19 AM
 
Originally posted by h00ligan:
is it really hard not to be a smart ass?

i love it when people ask something and the "higher intellect" comes in to tell them to google it.

what a joke.
I totally agree. I don't seem to understand why people have a problem with letting others know how to do something when they ask.

You don't have to be a smart-ass about it. Everyone here knows how to use Google, but we're obviously asking because we have a sincere interest in something. Usually, if someone shows interest in something that intrigues me, I love explaining it to them.

Why not just take the extra time to type out directions for how to do it instead of wasting time to come up with a witty statement.

Ridiculous.
     
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Originally posted by Thusenth:


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You have the same cell phone I do...What do you think?
How long have you had it?

Close to me having it for one year, a HUGE orange burk mark started in the LCD and they still have it...I brought it in for service more then a month ago.
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Sep 5, 2004, 10:32 PM
 
YEAH! I'm getting it in the center of the lcd screen. It's starting to piss me off.

I'm not gonna get it serviced though, i'll just chuck it and get one with BT.. so i can use it with the PB. I'm also nearing a year with the phone.
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whooohooo first post

here's my setup: 15" Al PB, LaCie firewire HD, icekeys, M-Audio Keystation 61es, Tascam US-122, Line6 POD XT.

This is where most of my musical ideas are born. The real stuff gets mixed & mastered in my studio somewhere else.



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i think this last pic is cool considering it was taken with a phone cam:

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Does anyone know the max resolution given when using a 17inch CRT ADC Apple Display? I will be connecting mine to a 15inch with 128mb graphics.
     
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Originally posted by ryju:
Does anyone know the max resolution given when using a 17inch CRT ADC Apple Display? I will be connecting mine to a 15inch with 128mb graphics.
2400 posts, and you can't find the right forum or "new topic" button, even?

Only kidding.... kinda.

The max res of the 17" Apple Studio Display (CRT/ADC) is 1600x1200, which your PB will handle fine.
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Originally posted by EMS:


i think this last pic is cool considering it was taken with a phone cam:

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Can I ask what cellfone is it? What a neat pix eh.
     
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Originally posted by azdude:
2400 posts, and you can't find the right forum or "new topic" button, even?

Only kidding.... kinda.

The max res of the 17" Apple Studio Display (CRT/ADC) is 1600x1200, which your PB will handle fine.
I'd rather not waste a thread by having only a few posts when we're already talking about displays in here.
     
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Originally posted by boysss:
Can I ask what cellfone is it? What a neat pix eh.
hmmm...not really a 'phonecam'. It's actually the MCA-25 camera attachment with the Sony Ericsson T68i (shot using 640 X 480 mode)
     
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If someone can tell me how to post the pic of my set-up I'd like to do so. It's a rather clean,uncluttered look.

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here is my first mac, a humble setup in my room

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Originally posted by MrForgetable:
here is my first mac, a humble setup in my room
Such a pair of beauties, the iPod looks really nice. Congratulations.
     
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Here's my dorm room setup:

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very nice.
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This one's going to be tough to beat. The powerbook will soon be replaced by rev. B PowerMac G5 1.8DP.

My theater

The system includes:

PowerBook G4 667MHz DVI
Cinema Display 23" (announced July '04)
and some hi-end audio system you probably don't understand...

Please take a look at my system and enjoy it until I update it with a PowerMac.

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Nice system, but...

Originally posted by spacekadet:
This one's going to be tough to beat.

[....]

and some hi-end audio system you probably don't understand...
Way to condescend there, guy
     
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I'm sorry if I offended anyone with that comment. I was just challenging other people so I could enjoy more cool powerbook setups. I know there must be other people with amazing systems just browsing the forums and not posting. Let's see them!
     
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My dorm setup:


     
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Ever since getting my 15 inch i have really been considering getting rid of my dell desktop and just waiting until i have enough for the imac g5 and use the pb as a desktop replacement until then.
I was keeping the dell around for gaming but now that im in college and working and such i dont have as much spare time and i dont want to use that on gaming.
Just a shame cuz i put so much money into it and i dont know where or how to get a good sale off of it as ebay is completly watered down with dell desktops.
     
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Originally posted by spacekadet:
and some hi-end audio system you probably don't understand...
Ack might seem like picking on ya but not everyone is in a family position as yourself and gets given a heap of gear for free..

Me I think if it was Conrad Johnson/Krell/Me amps with Infinity irs beta V or perhaps some fantastic Duntech sovereigns noise makers it might be even flasher.. then again I might not understand and have just plucked some esoteric names out of a hat.
     
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Here's my brand-spankin' new rev C 12" PowerBook (replacing my rev A) and 23" Cinema HD Display. It's hard to convey just how big this sucker is in a picture. My iPod, PDA, printer, scanner, etc are out of frame.

     
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Originally posted by Icruise:
Here's my brand-spankin' new rev C 12" PowerBook (replacing my rev A) and 23" Cinema HD Display. It's hard to convey just how big this sucker is in a picture. My iPod, PDA, printer, scanner, etc are out of frame.

http://homepage.mac.com/evan_emswiler/misc/setup.jpg
Is that desk from OfficeMax?
     
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screw the desk, that display is AMAZING
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Originally posted by anamexis:
Is that desk from OfficeMax?
I think I got it from Staples, actually. It's not a bad desk. It was cheap, and I like the position of the keyboard drawer.
     
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I got my PowerBook a few days ago, just now getting pictures up for people.

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12" PowerBook - 1.33Ghz - 768 ram - 64VRAM - SuperDrive - Airport/BT - 60GB/LaCie 160GB/iPod 15GB/ Kensington Optical Mouse/Apple Keyboard/Other stuff...

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Originally posted by Icruise:
Here's my brand-spankin' new rev C 12" PowerBook (replacing my rev A) and 23" Cinema HD Display. It's hard to convey just how big this sucker is in a picture. My iPod, PDA, printer, scanner, etc are out of frame.
Very, very, nice, Icruise! Aside from the wide expanse of the 23" ACD, I bet the move from the Rev.A to the Rev.C 12-inch makes a big difference. It's especially cool now that both the PB and ACD have DVI.

The only downside to your setup (and any PB with external display setup) is all the cables. That's why I've decided - heaven forbid! -- to keep my PB underneath my desk. Works wonders masking the high-pitched whine of the cooling fan too!

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Originally posted by escher:
Very, very, nice, Icruise! Aside from the wide expanse of the 23" ACD, I bet the move from the Rev.A to the Rev.C 12-inch makes a big difference. It's especially cool now that both the PB and ACD have DVI.


Well, it's not as big a difference as I thought it might be, actually. It's faster, but not a huge jump. But I didn't feel that my previous PowerBook was particularly slow. I think the extra RAM I got (from 640MB to 1.25GB) might have a bigger effect than the bump in CPU speed. But I've only used it for a day or so, so my opinion may change.

The only downside to your setup (and any PB with external display setup) is all the cables. That's why I've decided - heaven forbid! -- to keep my PB underneath my desk. Works wonders masking the high-pitched whine of the cooling fan too!
The cables are a tiny bit unsightly, but it's not a big deal. Actually, I figured out that both the 15" and 17" would be worse, because I would have to have several things plugged into each side. At least this way they are all together. I use my PowerBook's screen for my email and dictionary programs and the Cinema display for everything else, so I can't keep the PowerBook on the floor or have the screen closed.
     
 
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