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Emax4's Mac mini setup
Here is my setup. I acquired this used desk from my girlfriend which was given to her by her neighbor. This is taller but more practical than my old desk. On the top row is just some random items,screwdriver set and a Betty Boop bobblehead doll in the box (I love
the rockabilly artwork). The upper right hand corner is a lamp and the subwoofer to my Logitech X-530 6-speaker system. Below and to the left is a right Sony speaker to my home theater, compress air can, center speaker for the X-530 and behind that is the subwoofer for the Creative Labs speaker system when the Mac Mini is using Windows. Below the lamp and subwoofer are an external DVD rewriter from my old G4 and
an external 160GB drive in a Rocketfish case.

The doors of the desk feature the rear speakers for the X-530 and the main speakers for the Creative Labs system. I had two pieces that originally went in the area where the X-530 subwoofer went, but I had them cut down, bought some small hardware and now they support the speakers on the door. On the desktop are the front speakers of the
X-530, Griffin FireWave surround interface, Samsung SyncMaster 930B 19" monitor (propped up by a telephone book to match eye level), Logitech AK5370 USB microphone, Logitech QuickCam web ($5 at a used computer store!), 1.83 GHz Mac Mini, 2 USB hubs. Below the desktop on the pullout shelf are a Microsoft ComfortCurve 2000 keyboard and Logitech MX400 mouse. The lower right hand area includes a cable
modem, Belkin wired router and Logitech Extreme 3D Pro joystick. The pull-out shelf on the right side holds an M-Audio Radium 61-key controller and a homemade pop screen for the microphone.

It's ghettolicious but works great. I don't go for looks, but practicality. Everything is in easy reach too. The reason I have two speaker systems is that the FireWave uses FireWire but the FireWave is not recognized in Windows.
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tarquesh [May 08, 2009 at 09:54 AM]
while apple products are design statements some people don't know how to use it
yodelspot [Sep 08, 2009 at 01:15 AM]
that is wicked..it's like your own cave

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