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post #481 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by kinokeith:
<strong>Here's my Ti800 with a Sun 24.1" LCD Display...<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/keithkinoshita/PhotoAlbum4.html" target="_blank">My Ti800 with Sun 24'1" LCD Display</a></strong><hr></blockquote>Mmmm! How much did the display cost?
post #482 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by kinokeith:
<strong>Here's my Ti800 with a Sun 24.1" LCD Display...<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/keithkinoshita/PhotoAlbum4.html" target="_blank">My Ti800 with Sun 24'1" LCD Display</a></strong><hr></blockquote>

wow
post #483 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by janitor:
<strong>

wow</strong><hr></blockquote>

Double wow.
post #484 of 725
Wow in 3D.
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post #485 of 725
:eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
MacBook 1.83GHz, 2GB RAM
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Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
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post #486 of 725
Oh, man. I thought the link was for a 24-foot 1-inch screen. :eek:

But still very cool. The sony LCD looks great with the TiG4.
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post #487 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by starfleetX:
<strong>Mmmm! How much did the display cost?</strong><hr></blockquote>

It costs like 4200 USD! Nice indeed!!!!!
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- Apple Dual 1.85Ghz Power Mac G5, 2Gb, 80Gb, Superdrive, Bluetooth, Airport.
- Apple 30" Cinema HD
- Apple 800Mhz Powerbook G4, 512Mb, 40Gb, Combo drive, Airport
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- Apple Dual 1.85Ghz Power Mac G5, 2Gb, 80Gb, Superdrive, Bluetooth, Airport.
- Apple 30" Cinema HD
- Apple 800Mhz Powerbook G4, 512Mb, 40Gb, Combo drive, Airport
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post #488 of 725
Here ya go..





Missing from the pictures is my lil 12" iBook, which at the moment has become a portable gaming system for playing Blue's Clues (note traces of children's games strewn about) for my 4 year old.

-- Joe
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post #489 of 725
what that for a keyboard ?
post #490 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Defiant:
<strong>what that for a keyboard ?</strong><hr></blockquote>

It's the Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical keyboard & mouse package.

Both are fully wireless. The keyboard has base functionality (as any keyboard does without native drivers), and the mouse works perfectly (I use USB Overdrive to add addtional functionality).

Both run under both Mac OS 9.x & OS X 10.x without any complications.

(Being a sleek black & silver sure looks pretty with a QuickSilver tower, don't ya think? )

-- Joe
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post #491 of 725
I added another pic of my setup and my dad's setup.

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/emanz31/PhotoAlbum2.html" target="_blank">EmAn's Setup</a>
post #492 of 725
iFamily
Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
MacBook 1.83GHz, 2GB RAM
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Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
MacBook 1.83GHz, 2GB RAM
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post #493 of 725
Wow, so many great setups! Mac users do have better taste in general, if you compare this thread to similar ones on PC forums <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />
I'll post mine as soon as I have bought my first ever Mac - a used PowerMac G4 QuickSilver (hey, it's got better performance than the eMac, which would have been my choice otherwise, and I can get it for a better price ). Give me two or three weeks.

[ 07-21-2002: Message edited by: Cerbero ]</p>
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post #494 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by halo:
<strong>Here ya go..





Missing from the pictures is my lil 12" iBook, which at the moment has become a portable gaming system for playing Blue's Clues (note traces of children's games strewn about) for my 4 year old.

-- Joe</strong><hr></blockquote>

What desk is that?
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[ 07-22-2002: Message edited by: beav ]</p>
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post #496 of 725
(Taken with Nikon Coolpix 885)
The Macs:



-iBook/500
-Beige G3/466 (soon to be Beige G4)
-Sony 17" screen (to pci radeon)
-Apple 15" screen
-MS natural keyboard pro
-Apple design keyboard
-MS Trackball Explorer
-Kensington Turbo mouse
-Apple iPod 10GB
-Umax S-6E scanner
-HP 950C
-Ultrafreeze super omega cooling system (white fan, and it is on in the picture, wow)
-Linksys router -&gt; motorola cable modem

The PC:

-Dell 1ghz? I forget what speed it is
-Sony 17" screen
-MS mouse, Dell keyboard

The sound systems:


-Some sucky altec lansing (had thx one, switched with friend, rarely used)
-Pioneer DV-343 DVD transport
-Midiman Audiophile 24/96 PCI card
-ART DI/O digital analog convertor
-Antique Sound Labs MG Head DT vac tube headphone amplifier
-Altoids portable amplifier (built)
-AKG K501 headphones
-Sennheiser HD580 headphoens
-Etymotic ER-4S canalphones (reference)
post #497 of 725
what is that on your chip there, btw?
post #498 of 725
Waterblock
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post #499 of 725
My iBook and secondary PC.

(Not pictured: main Sony PC with 21" Nokia CRT, Sony laptop.)

One iMac G5, one iPod, many PCs.
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One iMac G5, one iPod, many PCs.
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post #500 of 725
Added a few pics of just my iBook...

<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/emanz31/PhotoAlbum2.html" target="_blank">EmAn's Setup</a>
post #501 of 725
<a href="http://homepage.mac.com/imcfly/my_computers/PhotoAlbum15.html" target="_blank">My Computers in all their glory</a>

Here are my girls. iBook 600 640/15GB. PM7500-200 128/2GB 15" Magnavox Mon. PIII-600, 512MB RAM, 13GB & 40GB Hard drive, 19" Samsung. iBook works well on the 19" as well, come to think of it so does the 7500.

theres also an APC UPS on the bottom keeping the 7500 and PIII alive while my housemate dries her hair (crappy electrical in this old house).

That green thing is an iMac style CD case that is awesome. Picked it up in the middle east last summer and it was worth it (its a HIPCE).



Voodoo5 AGP (mmm... dual processor), SBLive, ATA133 IO card, 10Mb NIC...




Has anyone ever noticed how the Macs handle high resolution better than windows even though they indicate the same Refresh rate. ie. 1024x768@75Hz looks way better on a Mac than my Windows box. much clearer, could be an acid flashback tho' <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />

[ 07-27-2002: Message edited by: I-bent-my-wookie ]</p>
i got a letter from the government the other day i opened and read it it said they were suckers they wanted me for their army or whatever picture me given' a damn I said never here is a land that...
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post #502 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by Shanny:
<strong><a href="http://homepage.mac.com/atomic_riot/.Pictures/IMG_0002.jpg" target="_blank">Pay no attention to the artifacts</a>

[ 07-03-2002: Message edited by: Shanny ]</strong><hr></blockquote>

Try using some Photoshop filters
- Despickle
- Hue/Saturation + lightness
- Sharpen.

in that order
post #503 of 725
This is my setup..

Note the:
Sony GDM-FW900 widescreen CRT 24" display
36inch XBR450 television
Marantz VC5200 dvd player,
Onkyo 797 audio video reciever
Apple DP 500Mhz, 512MB SDRAM, 200GB HD total. Geforce 3
2.53Ghz PC in Enermax Case
Apple Mac Quicksilver 733 Mhz
17 Inch Apple LCD
Cambridge Soundworks 5.1 Channel setup (the one with the p800 sub)
Xbox, PS2, Gamecube, Stereolink, Razer Boomslang 2000dpi, Intellimouse Explorer 3.0, Logitech dual optical, need i say more?

This is some high quality SH*T!! <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />




[ 08-01-2002: Message edited by: MrBojanglez50 ]

[ 08-01-2002: Message edited by: MrBojanglez50 ]</p>
post #504 of 725
I still haven't posted my setup.
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post #505 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>I still haven't posted my setup. </strong><hr></blockquote>

Come on man, post it!!
post #506 of 725
Here ya go. a 550 mhz AMD win2000 server Running Coldfusion, a 400 mhz P2 compaq win2000 Server Running Oracle, a 200mhz p1 Windows NT server running Jrun, a 166mhz P1 winNTsrvr (printserver), A powermac 8500 (upgraded to a G3 300) for scanning and video capture, An AMD athlon 1.2 ghz for programming and development, a Powermac DP 1GHz for graphics etc. An Ipaq pocketpc, an everex Terminal server, a palm III 2 hp printers, an apple printer (man im glad they got out of the printer business), an epson printer, Netgear router, Linksys hub, toshiba cable modem, XBOX, 1x 15" monitor, 2x17" monitors, 1x"19 in sony monitor, 1x22" apple cinema display, various drives, parts etc.

Dumpster diving in Silicon Valley 2.0 Rocks.

Tr7nity

post #507 of 725
Geeeeee... so much hard..ware...

<img src="graemlins/bugeye.gif" border="0" alt="[Skeptical]" />
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post #508 of 725
Heres my home studio. Say what you want about it, but ive done more better sounding demos for bands than studios in the surrounding area that cost tons more to build. Of course, i am a protools GOD .



[ 08-09-2002: Message edited by: Miami Craig ]</p>
post #509 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by EmAn:
<strong>

Come on man, post it!!</strong><hr></blockquote>

Well, Tiger was obviously afraid to post so I found a spy picture on the net of his setup <img src="graemlins/lol.gif" border="0" alt="[Laughing]" />



Chas
post #510 of 725
You just wait.....

Yall niggaz dont know.
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post #511 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>You just wait.....

Yall niggaz dont know.</strong><hr></blockquote>

Uh huh
post #512 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>You just wait.....

Yall niggaz dont know.</strong><hr></blockquote>

I have given up already
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post #513 of 725
I'll add my two cents here.

My Apple Multiple Scan 20 monitor died last week, so I decided to buy the monitor I will use on my next workstation sooner. (Apple, please release those new Power Macs soon)

And I hooked it up to my Power Macintosh 9500/200, with the help of a Radeon 7000 card, an Apple DVI-ADC Adapter, and a PCI USB card.

Here it goes:
<a href="http://alepro.pcupdate.easyspace.com/cinemahd.jpg" target="_blank">http://alepro.pcupdate.easyspace.com/cinemahd.jpg</A>

Yes, that's right. A Cinema HD Display hooked to a 1996 Mac. Yes, I know I'm crazy
post #514 of 725
Cinema HD + PM 9500=BALLER!

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post #515 of 725
well, from left to right:
Yamaha keyboard - midi to usb adapter - left stereo speaker - stereo system - 15" beige apple scan dispaly - right speaker- digital media remote - 12x10x23x CD-RW FireWire- My G4 450 connected to my stereo for AUX - VCR- TV- hp deskjet 960c -UMAX Astra 2200 scanner

then also the sony digital camera and the cannon elura digital video camera and also the 5GB iPod.... i think that is all
oH WAIT! :and a 266Mhz powerbook g3 with no battery (gave it to my brother so he has an extra one)

thats it.. <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" /> <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" /> <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />
post #516 of 725
[quote]Originally posted by TigerWoods99:
<strong>Cinema HD + PM 9500=BALLER!

</strong><hr></blockquote>

Baller? Excuse me, but english is not my first language. I couldn't find baller on any dictionary.
post #517 of 725
Well, English is my first (and only) language. I don't know what it means either. <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
post #518 of 725
It's a slang term.
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post #519 of 725
a german one ?!? <img src="confused.gif" border="0">
post #520 of 725
Don't you people keep up with Ebonics? A baller is playa' that be flashin' mad bling wherever he goes.

...A baller is a rich person.

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