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Oct 15, 2007, 02:05 PM
 
i wonder what hokusai would think after seeing 'the great wave' on peoples notebooks and ipods.
NOW YOU SEE ME! 2.4 MBP and 2.0 MBP (running ubuntu)
     
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Oct 15, 2007, 09:27 PM
 
Originally Posted by Timetheus View Post
If that was directed at me it's here, though I added the white text in the left myself (it's the Marx quote I've now made my sig, for the record).
Actually, I meant brassplayersrock, but I like yours too
     
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Oct 18, 2007, 03:42 PM
 
oops nevermind
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Oct 19, 2007, 10:57 PM
 
Here's mine from when I was lucky enough to borrow a friend's 23" cinema display. I normally have a 19" 16x10 LCD.

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Oct 19, 2007, 11:02 PM
 
nice and very clean what are your speakers? do you like them?

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Oct 19, 2007, 11:07 PM
 
They are Klipsch 2.1 GMX-A speakers. Massive sub sits under the desk.

They have a lovely sound quality, vocals are well projected. However mine have recently developed a fault - there is often a bit of hissing and crackling coming through one of the speakers even with no input running through them. It doesn't affect the music though when fairly loud. Once I've found my receipt I'll be taking them back.
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Oct 19, 2007, 11:10 PM
 
that could be from a bleeding power input. have you tried different sockets in the room and/or different rooms to see if the hissing stops?
     
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Oct 28, 2007, 09:46 PM
 
This is my Macbook Pro. It's switched off, and there's a lamp pointing at it from behind - I thought it was quite interesting how the light gets through the Apple logo and lights up the display.

     
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Nov 3, 2007, 08:13 AM
 
Wow.

I can't believe the last post in this thread (prior to THIS one, of course) is a month old. Let's see some MacBook photos!!! (I'll be purchasing either a MB or MBP in about a week...if it ends up being a MB, you'll definitely get some good photos here)
     
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Nov 4, 2007, 04:00 PM
 
I just ordered a Black MacBook with 2 GB Ram and a 250 GB HD!
Can't wait to get my hands on it.
     
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I just ordered a Black MacBook with 2 GB Ram and a 250 GB HD!
Can't wait to get my hands on it.
You definitely won't regret it, same as mine only black instead of white.
     
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I just ordered a Black MacBook with 2 GB Ram and a 250 GB HD!
Can't wait to get my hands on it.
I just ordered the new 2.2 ghz Santa Rosa Black MacBook as well, ordered 4GB RAM kit from OWC and I'll be putting in a 250GB HD in it. Good times!
     
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2.16GHz C2D MacBook, 19" Wide screen LCD (1440x900), new apple keyboard, wireless mighty mouse, and a 320GB External Lacie HD

I think someone liked my setup a little too much.....jk

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Originally Posted by kanishkl View Post
Hey what keyboard is that?
will this MB case more special than those stickers??
     
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Nov 13, 2007, 10:17 AM
 
Here's what I've got set up so far (it's in the far right corner of my home office).



[15.4" MBP, iPhone, 30" HP LCD, Model M "mini", Logitech Trackman Marble Wheel]
     
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Nov 14, 2007, 09:48 AM
 
Nothing too special





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400gb of external HD space
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Olevia 30in LCD (used to be my TV, for now it's a second monitor, though I want to sell it to get a ACD 20in)
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Originally Posted by mavherzog View Post
Here's what I've got set up so far (it's in the far right corner of my home office).
Good looking desk, mavherzog. What can you tell us about it?


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Nov 15, 2007, 11:20 PM
 
Ok, here's the real world, cluttered office setup. I got all four corners of the office covered this time.




     
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Nov 16, 2007, 12:43 AM
 
That green room is awesome! It looks like the kind of place you could easily spend hours on end in (and I'm sure that's what happens). Very comfortable looking.

I gotta go watch HGTV now.
     
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Nov 17, 2007, 11:46 AM
 
cube-dude, his desk is built from the Galant series of modular desk parts at Ikea.
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Thank you!


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My setup:

     
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Nov 19, 2007, 12:18 PM
 
That's a great setup, greenamp! What's the red coming from?
     
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Nov 19, 2007, 12:21 PM
 
Any suggestions as to how I might better organize all this stuff on such a small workspace (small desks in my dorm)

     
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Nov 19, 2007, 09:23 PM
 
Originally Posted by Masters2010 View Post
Any suggestions as to how I might better organize all this stuff on such a small workspace (small desks in my dorm)
I have the iCurve at work and love how it levels (pretty much) my MBP screen to an external monitor's. Check out some of Griffin's products for a small footprint.


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Originally Posted by cube-dude View Post
I have the iCurve at work and love how it levels (pretty much) my MBP screen to an external monitor's. Check out some of Griffin's products for a small footprint.
You could get that stand plus build a small platform and painting it, to set your monitor and the iCurve both on about 6" high from desk to top of platform, and about 50" long depending on desk length, and is half the desk width or less depending on preference, then buy and external keyboard use MBP in closed lid mode, have speakers sitting on platform.
For an on hands approach.
     
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Nov 20, 2007, 10:25 AM
 
Originally Posted by greenamp View Post
My setup:

I am envious of your apple display and beautiful keyboard.

Kudos for the lights.
     
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Nov 20, 2007, 12:01 PM
 
uriel, your picture is HUGE. any way you could shrink it a bit for those members that are on slower connections please. thanks
     
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Nov 20, 2007, 02:26 PM
 
Originally Posted by imitchellg5 View Post
That's a great setup, greenamp! What's the red coming from?
Thanks!

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Originally Posted by greenamp View Post
Thanks!

Red lights is from this little jewel.



"Sorry, this product is not for sale on our website, check if it is available in your local store."
     
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uriel, your picture is HUGE. any way you could shrink it a bit for those members that are on slower connections please. thanks
Done. My deepest apologies, I intended to resize it in the upload and didn't realize it didn't work.
     
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Originally Posted by Masters2010 View Post
Any suggestions as to how I might better organize all this stuff on such a small workspace (small desks in my dorm)

What kind of speakers are those?

Mine:

20" iMac Core Duo/20" cinema display
15" Powerbook G4
250 GB Western Digital external drive
Logitech 2.1 speakers
HeadRoom TotalBithead amp
Sennheiser HD 595 headphones
iPhone 8 GB/iPod 5G 30GB
Ikea Jerker desk



46" Samsung 1080p HDTV
DirecTV HR20 HD receiver
Samsung HTIB 5.1 surround
Apple Hi-Fi speakers (yes, I love them!)
Apple AirPort Express (wireless streaming!)
Coming soon: Blu-Ray and HD-DVD players


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Damn mjames. Niiiiiiccccccceeeee.

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Nov 23, 2007, 08:32 PM
 
Very nice mjames! What are you using to hang your headphones on. I've been looking for something to hang on HD600 on for ages and that looks like just the thing.
     
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Very nice mjames! What are you using to hang your headphones on. I've been looking for something to hang on HD600 on for ages and that looks like just the thing.
The little holder came with my 595s, not sure if you can order it separately, but it came from Sennheiser! Thanks for the nice words, guys.
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Originally Posted by mjames View Post
The little holder came with my 595s, not sure if you can order it separately, but it came from Sennheiser! Thanks for the nice words, guys.
Thanks for the quick reply... I'll check into it.
     
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Nov 25, 2007, 04:57 PM
 
Man, I've really loved checking out this thread over the last few years and I meant to post pictures of my setup(s) a few times. Better late than never I guess!!



Macbook Pro 17", iPhone, iPod Classic & Powerbook G4 15". Taken just after installing Leopard.





I've just put them up on my Flickr account, so feel free to post comments!

Take care guys.
     
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Originally Posted by Source
That's got to be one of THE worst setup's I've ever seen. Don't your knees get sore kneeling in front of that sofa all day? You definitely need a to make a trip to Ikea.

     
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That's got to be one of THE worst setup's I've ever seen. Don't your knees get sore kneeling in front of that sofa all day? You definitely need a to make a trip to Ikea.

Haha! You could well be right. My desk is at work. At home, my desk is my lap.
     
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Well after trolling these forums for a long ass time I figured might as well sign up and throw in my own pics. Unfortunately since I just recently moved in with the girlfriend and her apartment is only so big. There is no place for me to set up a desk. As it is I just have the MBP and blackbook hanging out on the ottoman. Every now and then ill hook one of them up to the 42 Sharp. Oh and thats the gf's blackbook hanging out on the back of the couch charging.





     
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MacBook 13" on a Dell 1905FP. Just put in 4GB of Crucial (2GB x2) - works great. Gonna have to get a film cover for the top, bottom and palm rest's and a case for it.

The thing to the right is a Lexicon Omega to output the audio via S/PDIF to JBL LSR4328p's.
     
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2 days ago, my local Best Buy finally started selling Mac's, so I've been able to look at a lot of them and try out a 2.16 GHz 1 GB MacBook. Beats the crap out of my iBook. I love the screen. I love the speed. I love the magnetic latch. You guys are lucky.

Though personally, I would prefer a MacBook Pro, because I'm way too much of a gamer.
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I just bought a 12" PowerBook on eBay, so i will be sure to post in here when it gets here!
     
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Here's my setup. Five external drives are mounted underneath the desk on a shelf I built: 250GB for Time Machine and downloads, 250GB for TV Shows, 500GB for Movies, and two 1TB drives for full DVD rips.

Computer: 15.4" 2.33GHz MBP w/2GB RAM, 256MB ATI x1600
Speakers: Klipsch Pro Media Ultra
Mice: BT Mighty Mouse, wired Mighty Mouse, and BT MX1000 (not being used currently, but I use Steermouse with it)
Printer: HP OfficeJet 6210
Routers: Also under the desk, I have both the teardrop 802.11g AEBS, and the fast ethernet 802.11n AEBS. There's also a 802.11g MB and Mac Mini in the house,so they run off the teardrop, which is plugged into the n-AEBS with an ethernet cable, allowing the n-AEBS to run at full 802.11n speeds.

I also have the video out of the DVR run to the old Dell 2001FP monitor with audio running to the Klipsch speakers, so if I want to play Wii or 360 I can still keep an eye on the TV in case a game is on. The speakers have an aux-in jack on the front.

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Why two mice?
     
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Originally Posted by greenamp View Post
Thanks!

Red lights is from this little jewel.
Thanks for the link! I'll have to pick one up!
     
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Why two mice?
Sometimes I feel like typing on a full keyboard (when using the numeric pad, for instance) and I figured it'd be convenient. Plus, having a lighter mouse with no batteries is a nice change of pace every now and then.

As for the BT MX1000, I generally only use it in XP for games, but I don't even have a Boot Camp partition right now. The only PC games that I still have any interest in are X-WIng and TIE Fighter, which will run under Parallels, and Knights of the Old Republic, of which I have the Mac version. You can't see my CH FighterStick and Pro Throttle, or the 7 and 4 port USB hubs that are sitting behind the MBP on the back edge of the desk.
     
 
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