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CMalpass's Mac mini setup
Please excuse the cabling mess! Still undergoing changes here....Ok, here's the breakdown:

Macs:
1. G4 Sawtooth 450 Tower, 704MB ram, 40GB HD, 16MB ATI Rage Pro, OS X Tiger 10.4.6
2. Mac Mini 1.25 Ghz G4, 256MB ram(working on that), 40 GB HD, Super Drive, OS X Tiger 10.4.6
3. Mac Mini 1.66 Core Duo, 512MB ram, 80GB HD, DL Super Drive, dual boot running OSX Tiger 10.4.6 and Boot Camp w/Media Center '05 w/Panther skinning

PCs:
1. SGI VW230, 1Ghz PIII, 512MB ram, 40, 60, 80GB Maxtor HDs, Matsushita DVD-RAM/R, ATI Radeon 7500 64MB Video, XP Pro
2. Dell Dimension 8400, 3Ghz P4 630 series w/HT and EM64T, 512MB DDR2, 40GB SATA, 120GB Ultra ATA HDs, ATI Radeon X300 128MB PCi Express Video, Lite On 16x DVD +/- R/RW/DL, Sound Max 5.1 Integrated Surround, M-Audio Delta Audiophile 96/24, Dual Boot w/Media Center '05 and XP Pro X64 Edition

Displays:
1. Dell W1900 19" Widescreen HDTV/Monitor Running the Dell, G4 Mini, and G4 Tower. Also handles the desk "Theatre" duties.
2. Viewsonic VA1912wb 19" Widescreen running the Intel Mini, and the SGI

Input Devices:
1. Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 5000 on Intel Mini
2. (2) Dell Wireless Desktops(Logitech) 1st on Dell Dimension, 2nd running G4 Mini and G4 Tower through Belkin USB 2 port KVM

Audio Stack:
1. Harman/Kardon DVD22 DVD Player
2. Harman/Kardon AVR135 6.1 Reciever(tied into the M-Audio Delta Audiophile)
3. Harman/Kardon FL8385 5 disk HDCD CD player
4. Sony MDS-JE330 MiniDisk Deck
5. Sony TC-WE425 Dual Cassette Deck(remember those!)
6. Delphi SKYFi2 XM Reciever

Speakers:
1. Dell/Altec Lansing 5.1 "Flutes" w/sub(Tied to Dell)
2. (2) Kenwood JL-560 "Floor Pounders"(Classics I might add)
3. (2) Polk Audio R-15 Bookshelfs
4. Audio Source Satellite as Center channel for H/K Reciver

Printer:
HP Photosmart 8250

Not Pictured(or even hooked up at the momment):
1. IBM Netfinity 3500 Server
2. IBM Netfinity 5000 Server

I think about covers it for the momment!
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Anon [May 08, 2006 at 11:01 AM]
So what do you do with all this ...
Anon [May 08, 2006 at 11:19 AM]
just a nerd spending all his money on nerd toys!
Rob [May 08, 2006 at 04:04 PM]
whoah.
Xmen65 [May 08, 2006 at 04:22 PM]
Cool!
BurtonRider [May 08, 2006 at 04:51 PM]
Nice Equipment.
ecking [May 08, 2006 at 06:08 PM]
Since your undergoing changes what are you gonna do? Sell all other machines other than the intel mini? Or intel mini + dell? This setup confuses the hell outta me so you'd better post a new pic when it's all done. You have 3 days.
boxcar182 [May 08, 2006 at 07:36 PM]
What's the computer in the background?
C Malpass [May 08, 2006 at 09:48 PM]
The question is really what DON'T I do with it ,Everything from Audio, and video editing to just surfing.... Yes most of my dispossable income has gone into this!! The computer in the background is my roommates Dell....I haven't got him converted yet to the way of the Mac ecking....Actually, the plan is to probably dump out on all but the macs, and MAYBE the Dell.....still under consideration, actually thats why I bought the Intel Mini...so I could get rid of the Dell.....but I may just keep it as a backup system....I'll keep posting as it changes
iben64 [May 09, 2006 at 10:46 AM]
really good matos has there
g5g5 [May 09, 2006 at 05:10 PM]
Nice audio stack!
C Malpass [May 10, 2006 at 01:35 AM]
Thanks!!! H/K is really like the Apple of the audio world in my opinion.
g5g5 [May 10, 2006 at 02:02 PM]
H/K is great. I really like stuff from Polk and Yamaha too. Polk speakers are just the greatest.
C Malpass [May 10, 2006 at 10:24 PM]
Yeah I've always loved Polk, my home theatre setup uses a Polk sub, R30 towers, and R15 bookshelfs. Polk is very under rated in my opinion.
Dustin [May 11, 2006 at 04:39 PM]
Cool Chopper!
C Malpass [May 13, 2006 at 12:33 AM]
Yeah....I'm a Harley guy, so I just had to have a nice Bike from Jesse James gracing the desk
Anon [May 14, 2006 at 01:42 PM]
That is a wicked audio stack as an audio professional, I'm damn envious.
eurofilpn [May 15, 2006 at 01:18 PM]
nice...a real work space!!!
C Malpass [May 15, 2006 at 10:36 PM]
Thanks!!!!! It took me a long time to be able to pull off the H/K set up.....alot of waiting for the right deals . Its a very nice workspace in terms of being able to do pretty much anything in one spot. I love being able to process video, audio, and photos at one time. Though juggling all of that at one time can be a handful .
reko [Jul 02, 2006 at 03:22 AM]
The audio components are NOT NERD or GEEK toys. The iPod is...and that Windows PC. But the audio stuff, thats hot.
danshug [Oct 06, 2006 at 08:07 AM]
say, that's a lot of toys. that's pretty cool that you have an SGI, the intel ones aren't too common. you seem to have it all: pc, mac, hdcd, minidisk, etc. all you need now is a record player and a matress for your futon.


      

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