A great addition to any home theater system, this custom PVR cabinet not only records TV shows but also doubles as a fully functional computer. Parts used include a 1952 Philips TV console, an AMD 64 3000+ processor, 250GB HDD, ATI Radeon 9550 graphics card, 1GB RAM, D-link wireless router, Gyration wireless mouse/keyboard, and a WinPVR-150MCE card. More pics after the jump.

“True haxors should be very impressed with my use of lumber supports and styrofoam packing materials as insulators/spacers for the mobo. All in all, there’s a ton of space, the system is cool and quiet (20db @ 37*C scoring Ludicrous Kills on UT2k4 Onslaught), and everything works, for the most part. The HDD and DVD+-RW… are mounted up and out of the way now, unlike in the pic.”

[forum.byopvr.com]