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System Pics 2015

Discussion in 'audio' started by JTC, Jan 4, 2015.

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  1. YNWOAN

    YNWOAN 100% Analogue

    I just find them a bit challenging to the aesthetic and would box them in (but I would have them closer to the corner too). I don't think they are aggressive enough for an 'industrial chic' look and with the plastic pipe clips it just seems as though it was done after the decorating and is waiting to be boxed in...
     
  2. Mr Tibbs

    Mr Tibbs Infinitely Baffled Member

    Any heat energy those pipes radiate has to be replaced by the boiler so certainly not 'free' as such. The heat they radiate is no less or no more effective than if it had come from the radiator. IOW the choice is simply one of aesthetics. Assuming the pipes had to be routed from the floor above then I'd have asked the plumber to drop them down behind where the curtain is.

    Mr Tibbs
     
  3. blossomchris

    blossomchris I feel better than James Brown

    Non lagged pipes do not achieve this.

    Aesthetically I agree, but you do not know if there are any other reasons for the pipework not to be in the corner, ie structural, or a lazy leaky joe.


    Bloss
     
  4. sbgk

    sbgk pfm Member

    with 30% of the heat from the radiator going into side of the sofa maybe the pipes serve a functional purpose.
     
  5. bazza.

    bazza. pfm Member

    The heating system was fitted way before we moved in so had no choice on pipe placement
    but I like the fact you can see the working as such
    We have a cottage on the side of the house which is over 300 years old
    god knows what we are going to do with that
     
  6. Bob McC

    Bob McC Living the life of Riley

    If ever you wanted a reason to not post pictures of your kit...
     
  7. jy3

    jy3 pfm Member

    +1. Shame really because the decor and system look great to me. I have never liked central heating pipes but a necessary evil.
     
  8. blossomchris

    blossomchris I feel better than James Brown

    Others may be jealous, usually those who still have dado rails, sculptured carpets and Artex.


    Bloss
     
  9. bazza.

    bazza. pfm Member

    Honesty it really doesn't bother me , there are so many different types of set up's and room
    designs on this thread some look great some not so great IMHO.

    I've tried to do the best I could out of a very normal box size room by closing one door way opening another and also cutting the 3 boxes out the wall fitting the panels and LEDs.

    I have thermalite concrete floors and didn't really want to start cutting holes in the stuff to have the pipes rerouted and I deal say would of cost silly money as I have 4 levels if you count the basement.

    When we started the build we said we wanted to leave them on show and cleaned them up
    to look better

    We spent about 8 months working on the house before we moved in and still doing bite and bobs plus next year we want to start the decking and so on :)
     
  10. wylton

    wylton Naim and Mana member

    Well, I think yours looks great; you've done a brilliant job IMO.
     
  11. Mr Tibbs

    Mr Tibbs Infinitely Baffled Member


    FWIW I think you've done a great job on the room. The 3 holes you opened up are a nice touch (and work well with the window in the distance - intended or not). If you get tired of the pipes you could always wrap them ;)

    Mr Tibbs
     
  12. TomF

    TomF pfm Member

    In a country obsessed with Victoriana, I think Bazza's house looks ace. The wall panelling looks unusual and really adds a depth to the room.

    System looks pretty good too....
     
  13. merlin

    merlin Avatar changed - Town names deemed offensive.

    [​IMG]

    Just thought you might like a picture taken at Bar Track in Tokyo.

    My kind of bar. :)
     
  14. topa

    topa Sans CDPs

    Fantastic! I feel like having an XO now.
     
  15. peter_964rs

    peter_964rs That's no moon!

    Why is there no 'like' button on this forum? I reckon it would explode at that pic. Definitely my kind of bar!!
     
  16. Jonathan Ribee

    Jonathan Ribee Unavailable at present

    Because that would be utterly, utterly shit.

    One can be one of the people who string together mellifluous monologues of prose. Delightfully dainty drops of dignified description. Cornucopia of correspondence capable of delivering nuance, subtlety and finesse.

    Or one can be an icon pushing person. One whose every thought has been pre-packaged into a series of responses you can teach chickens to simulate with positive reinforcement.

    [youtube]-RAIgp5MXEw[/youtube]
     
  17. paulfromcamden

    paulfromcamden Baffled

    Tokyo is indeed heaven if you like hi-fi, jazz records and booze.

    This guys photography project features a bunch of bars (though obviously not enough photos of hi-fi!) http://www.tokyojazzjoints.com/
     
  18. Bemused

    Bemused What's this all about then?

    Like :rolleyes:
     
  19. formbypc

    formbypc pfm Member

    Am I the only one who paused at the pic, didn't see this caption below, and was well on the way to making a value judgement about your alcohol intake .... ?
     
  20. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer 432 Point5

    Wonder ho many needles the bar must go through in one session?
     
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