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Life in Hi-Definition

My tv, home theater set and Playstation 3 (ignore the bookcase and assorted toys)

I bought a 32 inch Toshiba Regza flatscreen tv (RM 1 900) a year ago, so I could play my Playstation 3 with its highest graphic ability. Love the tv, very much the same par as all the LGs and Samsungs in the market. Sonys are so damn overpriced, even with the same specs.

My Playstation 3 malfunctioned a few months ago, that made me abandon gaming for a long while. I still have my dvds to entertain me (using my old Playstation 2 as the player).

And yesterday, the Philips Home Theater Set (RM 1 088) I ordered arrived in heavy rain, via a lorry. It took me 45 minutes to carefully study the manual and connecting the thing to my tv. I DO NOT watch my tv for the programmes. My tv set is in my little room, in the middle of the house, purely for gaming or movie dvds. (We have three other tv sets, the one in the living room has cable, another in the kitchen for my mom and the third, unused in the guest room).

Anyway, the sound system was phenomenal, literally quaking the metal grills on our windows. Fortunately, my younger sister who has a BIGGER (the thing is thrice the size of all my speakers combined) and more powerful hi-fi next room was not always around to retaliate. 

Erm.... I had derailed far from my original tale in mind.

I just found out that the hi-def cable supplied with the home theater set can also be used by my Playstation 3. I plugged the cable to the abandoned machine and.... ta dah, I can play again! The video output component on my game console was busted, and the hi-def cable remedied the problem. I think I'm back in the GAME, baby!! (Too bad my birthday had just passed, or I'll ask for new PS3 games instead).

Oh what fun it is to kill thousands everyday. Ho ho ho! 

Will you look at this JVC monstrosity in my younger sis room?! (It is BIGGER than it looks, mind). Girls should be forbidden by law to have bigger speakers than their brothers.

12 comments:

maximus alexius said...

hahahaha....what a big cash for the new home teater!

amirahsyuhada said...

ni kedai jual speaker ke Enche..?

Shadowthorne said...

maximus; No, it does not cost too much.

Shadowthorne said...

amirahsyuhada; Ni perempuan mana yg sesat kat kedai aku nie...

Aizan Suhaira said...

Omigod.... I simply CANNOT tolerate all these monstrosities! Says the person who hardly watches TV.

Rock Chef said...

Great news there!

I just bought a laptop that has a hi-def output, so I will be able to hook it up to our flat screen when we get it next year - should be a blast!

Shadowthorne said...

Aizan; I do not watch tv programmes, geddit? I only watch the things I like - fav movie dvds and games.

Shadowthorne said...

Rock Chef; Let the Hi-Def Celebration Rolls This End Of Year! Yay for Digital Tech!

Tenchi said...

I hate u

Shadowthorne said...

Tenchi; Awwwwwwww..... :) I love you too. Happy Christmas!

Spencer L Casey said...

The best part of this whole post is the toilet paper roll on top of your sister's speakers. Runny nose? Or is she saying her system is the Sh*t? LOLOLOL!

Shadowthorne said...

SLC; Ooooo that is nasty. We use the toilet paper mostly to wipe things, not usually our ar*e :)

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