Brian’s Technology Page

My main hobby is technology, mainly computer and home theater. Because it doesn’t quite fit with the rest of my blog I’ll be posting all my technology stuff on these pages. Here’s an overview of my home theater set-up:

  1. Westinghouse LVM-37w3 (1080p LCD Monitor)
  2. Vizio GV42L (720P LCD TV)
  3. Sony Playstation 3
  4. Sylvania NB501SL9 Blu-ray Player
  5. 2 – DirecTV HR22-100 HD DVR’s
  6. Apple TV
  7. Canon PowerShot SX1 IS Digital Camera

Older Equipment I’ve Reviewed

  1. DVD Player: Philips DVP5982 (1080p upconverting player with DivX Ultra support)

My computer set-up:

  1. An Apple Mac Mini (2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB of RAM, DVD+DL drive)
  2. Westinghouse L2410NM (24-inch 1920*1200 monitor)
  3. EyeTV 250 Plus (Digital TV Tuner)
  4. Hauppauge HD PVR (High-Definition Analog TV Capture Device)
  5. Buffalo Technology MediaStation External Blu-ray HD-DVD Combo Drive

Be sure to check out my video editing page for more info on some of my projects

  1. daniel
    November 5, 2007 at 5:50 am

    Hey Brian,

    Do you get a weird digital line at the top of a number of your screen on many channels with the DCT 3416 and the LVM-37w3?

  2. Jackson
    June 18, 2008 at 12:50 am

    hey brian…do you switch around screens w/ ur mac mini very often?

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