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50" Pioneer Kuro Plasma TV

Pioneer VSX-322 AV receiver

12" Pioneer subwoofer

Hitachi speakers with 8" woofers (main)

Philips speakers with 8" woofers (back)

Yamaha center speaker

 

HTPC:

HP DC7900 SFF

Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.0GHz

8GB RAM

AMD Radeon HD 6570 2GB (overclocked to as high as it can go)

3TB HDD

 

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Intel Xeon X5670 @ 4.44GHz 6c/12t, Asus P6X58D-E, 24GB Corsair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHz, Asus GeForce GTX 960 Turbo OC, 250GB Samsung SSD, 4TB and 2x 2TB HDD, Fractal Design Define R5

PC 2: Intel Xeon X5677 @ 3.47GHz, HP 0B4Ch (X58), 12GB DDR3 1333MHz, Asus GeForce GTX 660 DC2, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD

Laptop: Lenovo ThinkPad T440p, Intel Core i7-4800MQ, 12GB DDR3 1600MHz , NVIDIA GeForce GT 730M, 250GB Samsung SSD, 14" 1920x1080 IPS

Phone: Huawei Honor 9 64GB Watch: Motorola Moto 360 1st Gen.

General X58 Xeon/i7 discussion

Some other PC's:

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PC 3: Intel Xeon W3550 @ 3.07GHz, HP (X58), 8gb DDR3, NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 (GPU: 1050MHz MEM: 1250MHz), 120gb SSD, 2tb, 1tb and 500gb HDD

PC 4: Intel Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 3.8GHz, Asus P5KC, 8gb DDR2, NVIDIA GeForce GT 430, 32gb SSD and 500gb HDD

HTPC: Intel Core2 Quad Q6600 @ 3.0GHz, HP DC7900SFF, 8gb DDR2 800MHz, Asus Radeon HD 6570, 4tb HDD

WinXP PC: Intel Core2 Duo E6300 @ 2.33GHz, Asus P5B, 2gb DDR2 667MHz, NVIDIA GeForce 8500 GT, 32gb SSD and 80gb HDD

RetroPC: Intel Pentium 4 HT @ 3.0GHz, Gigabyte GA-8SGXLFS, 2gb DDR1, ATi Radeon 9800 Pro, 2x 40gb HDD

My first PC: Intel Celeron 333MHz, Diamond Micronics C400, 384mb RAM, Diamond Viper V550 (NVIDIA Riva TNT), 6gb and 8gb HDD

Server: 2x Intel Xeon E5420, Dell PowerEdge 2950, 32gb DDR2, ATI ES1000, 4x 146gb SAS

Dual Opteron PC: 2x AMD Opteron 2218, HP XW9400, 12gb DDR2, ATI Radeon 3650, 500gb HDD

Core2 Duo PC: Intel Core2 Duo E8400, HP DC7800, 4gb DDR2, NVIDIA Quadro FX1700, 1tb and 80gb HDD

Athlon XP PC: AMD Athlon XP 2400+, MSI something, 1,5gb DDR1, ATI Radeon 9200, 40gb HDD

Thinkpad: Intel Core2 Duo T7200, Lenovo Thinkpad T60, 4gb DDR2, ATI Mobility Radeon X1400, 1tb HDD

Pentium 3 PC: Intel Pentium 3 866MHz, Asus CUSL2-C, 512mb RAM, 3DFX VooDoo 3 2000 AGP

Laptop: Dell Latitude E6430, Intel Core i5-3210M, 6gb DDR3 1600MHz , Intel HD 4000, 250gb Samsung SSD 860 EVO, 1TB WD Blue HDD

 

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So, this is my HT setup.

 

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Projector: Hitachi pjx 100 (720p)
Receiver: Onkyo sr 508
Speakers: b&w 603s3 front, b&w lcr600s3 center, 4x b&w 600s3 side en back surround
Subs: B&w asw610 en Klipsch 12sw

 

My HTPC is in one of the drawers. Its a Ryzen 1600 and gtx 1060 in a fractal design node case.

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Quite a few years ago my entire home theater mostly consisted of a mixed variety of Cerwin-Vega! floor standing speaker models, however after the introduction of the DIY route of audio I simply knew I could do far better than anything I could buy at the store. So this is my DIY home theater that I use for all my gaming, music, movie, and general entertainment needs. 

 

Front listening position, front stage, and a variety of game consoles as seen here. My HTPC is what drives the Dell IPS and my LG OLED for general and gaming needs. In this case, Skyrim.

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The Marantz AV7703 Pre-Pro on top of the amp rack, every pro-audio amplifier is used to drive the entire system. I'm technically underpowered still, as far as the subwoofer system is concerned.

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Rear Side Right Channel, along with multiple video game consoles.

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Rear Side Left Channel hiding behind the dog, with video game, movie, and TV series being stored. Few random plushies. 

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Rear Back Left and Right Channels along with DIY acoustic panels of my characters, more game storage, and some more random plushies.

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Front Height Channels for the Dolby Atmos/DTS:X configurations, this picture was when I just installed these. Oh yeah, can't beat the classic Home Improvement with Tim Taylor, eh? :) 

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Rear Height Channels for the Dolby Atmos/DTS:X Configuration. Oh and you can pretty well see how the ceiling can be a pain in the butt too. :P 

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Rear (Behind the Sofa) subwoofers, dual 18" subwoofers in a sealed enclosure.

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More video game goodies to display, and I do like playing both PC and console games. If I have the option I will play any modern game on the PC easily. Or even my old school DOS gaming PCs of course. :) 

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A bit more game storage, I love both my modern and retro games. 

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Connection Diagram, though recently outdated (Well a bit older than recently recent... :P ) by the fact I now have an OSSC (Open Source Scan Converter - See picture below.), a GCHD Mk-II for my Gamecube, and me recently buying a nice RGB SCART cable for my PS2 from Retro Access... Oh yeah, my NVIDIA Shield as well, but that's primarily for media serving needs from my storage server setup rather than gaming.

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The OSSC next to the Nintendo Switch.

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Then some measurements I've made with R.E.W. (Room EQ Wizard) when I've been working on tuning my system again. This usually is a never ending process. As you can see from this first graph to the second one, in making simple improvements with the Behringer DCX2496 Digital Crossover.

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Basically adjusting the crossover point from 25Hz to 32Hz on the lowpass filter, then reduced the 21.83ms delay to 16.01ms for the front sealed subwoofer system. Rear sealed are set to 32Hz, no delay.
The Othorns are still at 28Hz highpass, and they are the reason why I have to use delay. Due to the nature of a horn loaded enclosure design. Near the tuning frequency there's higher delay than there is the higher frequencies.

 

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Then some fun pictures, during the process of building my pair of Dual Opposed 21" Subwoofers, using custom made Incriminator Audio Judge 21" subwoofers. Also up against a 15" Cerwin-Vega! AT-15 woofer, and nearby one of the 18" Dayton RSS460HO subwoofers there.

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Speakers consist of:

  • The Elusive 1099 (LCR)
  • Volt-10 LX (Rear Sides)
  • Volt-10 LX (Rear Back)
  • 4x Volt-6 for Atmos (Top Front and Top Rear)
  • Dual Othorns (LFE)
  • Dual 8FT³ dual opposed enclosures with 18" Dayton RSS460HO subwoofers. (LFE)
  • Dual 11FT³ dual opposed enclosures with 21" Incriminator Audio Judge subwoofers. (LFE)
  • 8FT³ enclosure with two 18" Stereo Integrity HT-18 V2 subwoofers for nearfield. (LFE)


Powered by:

  • Marantz AV 7703 (Pre-Pro)
  • Behringer DCX2496 (LFE Channels)
  • Crest Audio CC4000 (Left and Right 1099)
  • Crest Audio CC2800 (Center 1099 and Rear Dual SI 18" Subwoofers)
  • Behringer iNuke NU4-6000 (Volt-10 LX x4 for the Rear Channels.)
  • Behringer iNuke NU4-6000 (Volt-6 for Atmos Height Channels)
  • Behringer iNuke NU6000 DSP (Quad Dayton 18" Subwoofers.)
  • QSC PLX2502 and QSX PLX2402 (One bridged per Othorn)
  • Peavey IPR2 5000 (Quad 21" Incriminator Audio Judge Subwoofers)


Other gear:

  • LG 55EG9100 OLED HDTV - 1080P
  • DVDO VP30
  • IOGEAR 8x1 HDMI switch
  • Roland M-1000 Digital Line Mixer
  • Tripp-Lite 30amp rack mount power distribution center.
  • XRGB-Mini Framemeister
  • OSSC (Open Source Scan Converter)
  • Impact 6x2 Matrix Component Switch
  • Blackbird 4K Series HDMI Audio Inserter (For use with retro gaming consoles.)
  • NVIDIA Shield
  • 8-Port D-Link Network Switch


Gaming systems:

  • Atari Jaguar (Native RGB connection)
  • NEC PC-Engine Duo-R (RGB modded)
  • Nintendo AV Famicom (RGB modded)
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System (Modded RGB connection)
  • Nintendo 64 (UltraHDMI modded)
  • Nintendo GameCube (Component cable connection. HDMI or RGB SCART via GCHD Mk-II)
  • Nintendo Wii U (HDMI)
  • Nintendo Switch (HDMI)
  • Sega Genesis Model 1 with Sega CD Model 1 (Native RGB connection)
  • Sega Saturn (Native RGB connection)
  • Sega Dreamcast (Native RGB/VGA connection via the Toro box)
  • Sony Playstation 2 (Component connection RGB SCART Connector)
  • Sony Playstation 3 (HDMI)
  • Sony Playstation 4 (HDMI)
  • Xbox (Component connection)
  • Xbox 360 (HDMI)
  • Xbox One (HDMI)
  • Xbox One X (HDMI)
  • Oldschool Windows 95 / DOS gaming PC - 75MHz Intel Pentium with 16MB of RAM. Soundblaster AWE32 (CT3980) with S/PDIF optical connection for midi output to Roland M-1000 and analog out for digital sounds into Roland M-1000. Mixed into digital signal. Voodoo 3DFX card. - [Currently out of the system in favor for a custom 486DX4 build listed below.]

DOS Gaming Machine (Custom Built):

  • AMD 486 DX4 at 100MHz
  • ELITEGROUP COMPUTER SYSTEMS, INC. UM8810P-AIO motherboard (Capable of 128MB of RAM, max!)
  • 64MB DRAM + 256K Cache
  • S3 Trio64 86C764 PCI Graphics card. Not sure on VRAM amount.
  • 3DFX Voodoo 2 3D Acceleration Card
  • Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold with Add-On SIMMConn Memory Adapter expanding the audio RAM up to 28MB!
  • 2GB Transcend Compact Flash Card in place of a Harddrive, using a Syba Compact Flash to IDE adapter, that mounts in the rear brackets.
  • Memorex 52x CD-ROM/CD-RW Optical Drive.
  • 3.5″ 1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive.
  • 5.25″ 1.2MB Floppy Disk Drive.
  • MS-DOS 6.22 and Windows 3.1 with all the appropriate drivers installed.

Modern PC Gaming/HTPC Machine (Custom Built):

 

  • Intel Core i7-7700k with Cryorig R1 Ultimate CPU Cooler
  • Asus ROG STRIX Z270G Gaming (mATX) Motherboard
  • G.SKILL Ripjaws V-Series 32GB Kit (DDR4 3600) RAM
  • MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Graphics Card
  • Samsung 960 Pro 512GB M.2 SSD
  • Corsair HX750 Power Supply
  • Thermaltake Core V21 Chassis
  • Creative SoundBlaster ZxR
  • Intel X520-2 SFP+ Network Card


Other things:

  • Navepoint 18U Deluxe IT Wallmount Cabinet Enclosure - 24" outside depth.
  • Roland MT-32 - For DOS games with MT-32 support.
  • Roland SoundCanvas SC-88 - For DOS games and General Midi usage.
  • Yamaha MU-80 - General Midi usage.

 

Then of course, my server closet consists of my Supermicro 2U 12-bay chassis that I run FreeNAS on for my storage server, and my Dell R710 for my ESXi server that runs a few things of it's own to aid in media serving and etc. I won't go into full detail considering this thread is more or less focused on the actual home theater aspect of things. Though I am running a 10Gbit line from my HTPC to the networking closet. :)

 

My inspirations for my entire system configuration also come from various folks, especially within a bigger DIY crown in another community. I've built my home theater to be quite effortless at high volumes, and I love to experience the power from the subwoofer system, especially within the infrasonic region where a lot of content is easily produced in, in many titles.

 

Plus if @LinusTech can go extremely overkill (In an awesome way. :) ) with his system builds for computers, then I think it's safe to say I can go extremely overkill for my home theater build as well. 😹

 

Especially considering I am still planning on buying a SpeakerPower SP2-12000-DP 12,000 watt amplifier for my 4 x 21" IA Judge Subwoofers to have all to themselves! 😎

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Don't remember if I posted earlier, so will do now:

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TV: 49" UHD 4K Flat Smart TV UE49MU6100 Series 6

 

HTPC:

  • CPU: i7 3770k
  • MB: MSI Z77A-G45 Gaming
  • RAM: 16GB RAM
  • GPU: GTX 1070
  • STORAGE: 120GB SSD + 2TB HDD + 4TB HDD + 4TB HDD
  • PSU: PSU XFX PRO1050W Black Edition (80+ Gold)
  • COOLER: Thermaltake water 2.0
  • CASE: Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus
  • MONITOR: Philips 298P4 29" Ultrawide
  • KEYBOARD: Corsair Vengeance K70 mechanical keyboard
  • MOUSE: Logitech G502
  • SPEAKERS: Microlab Solo 7C
  • OS: Windows 10

 

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No photos, but my current setup consists of this:

 

LG 37" HD TV
Philips BDP 2700/12 blu-ray player

Asrock E350M1 based HTPC w/ Logitech K400 wireless keyboard/trackpad

Marantz SR 4003 AV receiver

2x Kef Q65 (front)

1x Kef Q95C (center)

2x Kef Q15 (rear surround)

Rel Quake (active subwoofer)

Then there are the stereo/hifi components:

Marantz SD 4050 double cassette deck
Marantz CD 6000 OSE CD player
Technics SL-3310 record player
TC 750 phono pre-amp

And a bunch of consoles:

Super Nintendo / Nintendo 64 / Nintendo GameCube / Nintendo Wii
PlayStation / PlayStation 2
XBox / XBox 360
Atari 2600
Sega Megadrive
Philips NMS-8250 MSX 2
NES mini / SNES mini

And of course, contemplating upgrading the SR 4003 with a Dolby Atmos receiver and 2 pairs of Kef Q50a Dolby Atmos speakers.

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On 4/11/2019 at 9:15 AM, TheDelphiDude said:

No photos, but my current setup consists of this:

 

LG 37" HD TV
Philips BDP 2700/12 blu-ray player

Asrock E350M1 based HTPC w/ Logitech K400 wireless keyboard/trackpad

Marantz SR 4003 AV receiver

2x Kef Q65 (front)

1x Kef Q95C (center)

2x Kef Q15 (rear surround)

Rel Quake (active subwoofer)

Then there are the stereo/hifi components:

Marantz SD 4050 double cassette deck
Marantz CD 6000 OSE CD player
Technics SL-3310 record player
TC 750 phono pre-amp

And a bunch of consoles:

Super Nintendo / Nintendo 64 / Nintendo GameCube / Nintendo Wii
PlayStation / PlayStation 2
XBox / XBox 360
Atari 2600
Sega Megadrive
Philips NMS-8250 MSX 2
NES mini / SNES mini

And of course, contemplating upgrading the SR 4003 with a Dolby Atmos receiver and 2 pairs of Kef Q50a Dolby Atmos speakers.

Atmos is very nice. have a look at denon for the new receiver. Very good quality stuff


If you have any questions about ultra high end audio, dont be afraid to shoot me a message, or mention me.

 

Yes my audio stuff is 650,000 USD, I'm a dedicated audiophile/mastering engineer

 

(if you want to see my audio stuff, check my profile, it's too much to list here)

 

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Just getting started on my basement demo for the home theater room. 

 

Carpet has been ripped up. Next will be taking down some walls and tile the floor.

Not pictured, another room with all the actual home theater stuff in storage.

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32 Inch 720p Samsung LCD. Pre LED. 

 

Nintendo Swtich, 2nd Gen Firestick and PS3. For the record the PS3 isnt even hooked up. The TV is at the foot of my bed. I really like this setup. Though its getting kinda dated. 


You ever notice that many establishments have a sign that as "No Shirt, No Shoes, No service"? They never say anything about pants............ You know what that implies. You dont have to wear pants. 

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TV: LG 65" OLED B7A

Speakers:

Stereo: Polk Audio Lsim707

Center: Polk Audio Lsim706

Surround: Polk Audio Signature S15

Sub: SVS PB2000 

Bluray: Sony UBP80UX

CD player: TEAC CD-P650 

AVR: Denon x3300w 

Amplifier: Emotiva XPA5 

DSP: RPi 4 4gb with Pi2AES hat.

HTPC: Intel G3930/4gb ddr4/MSI H110/GT1030.

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On 11/26/2019 at 1:18 PM, gamelovers11223 said:

TV: LG 65" OLED B7A

Speakers:

Stereo: Polk Audio Lsim707

Center: Polk Audio Lsim706

Surround: Polk Audio Signature S15

Bluray: Sony UBP80UX

CD player: TEAC CD-P650 

AVR: Denon x3300w 

Amplifier: Emotiva XPA5 

DSP: RPi 4 4gb with Pi2AES hat.

HTPC: Intel G3930/4gb ddr4/MSI H110/GT1030.

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Nice man.   She bangs eh?   I hope you don't piss off your neighbors too much with that.  Huh?  The subwoofer is most worrying.   What is that a 10"? 

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23 minutes ago, Matacks said:

Nice man.   She bangs eh?   I hope you don't piss off your neighbors too much with that.  Huh?  The subwoofer is most worrying.   What is that a 10"? 

 

Did't even know that svs sound had 10 inch sub.

https://www.svsound.com/products/pb-1000

Anyway that is either 10 or 12 inch depending on if its the pb 1000 or pb 2000 think its the pb 2000

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On 12/6/2019 at 2:35 PM, Matacks said:

Nice man.   She bangs eh?   I hope you don't piss off your neighbors too much with that.  Huh?  The subwoofer is most worrying.   What is that a 10"? 

Thanks) 

She definitely bangs, goes down really low. Actually neighbors like what they hear) I can't believe I forgot to include the sub in the description. It's an SVS PB2000 12" 500w RMS, goes down to 16hz. Really compliments the 707s, which by themselves move plenty of air. Plus I have an inch thick marble plate under the sub. So banging wise, you can feel the air moving in the room and not much floor/windows shaking. 

The bass the SVS is pushing out is really addictive. 

Listening to this system makes goosebumps appear)

And after the home system, my car's Harman Kardon system is unlistenable)

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Ok, this isn't a home theater per se but it is actually a very nice, basic home stereo system and I'm proud of it.  Here she bangs.   

 

I have Klipsch WF-35 floor standing speakers paired to a modest Yamaha R-S202..   The little amp is simple  but good.  I love the sound. 15763748241567265479733121052614.jpg

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No Photos (yet), but my current setup consists of:

 

Denon AVR-X2400H

2x Polk T50 floor standing

1x Polk T30 center

2x Polk T15 rear side

2x Canton Plus GX.3 top middle overhead (Atmos)

1x Canton AS 85.3 SC Sub

 

In 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Config

 

Connected to it for Games:

Xbox One S (4K Dolby Atmos BluRay Player, Atmos Netflix/Prime Video Host)

PC (AMD 3900x, 32GB RAM, Gigabyte RTX2800)

 

Home Server: Dell R510 8 Bay

Xeon E5645

16GB ECC RAM

Dell Perc H700 RAID Card

2x 256GB SSD RAID 0

4x Seagate Barracuda ST4000DM004 4TB RAID 10

ESXI (Running: Win 10 Pro (Emby, TS, Sinusbot), Sophos XG, Openmediavault)

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My system - 17400 Watts of power at your fingertips controlled with a 10" touch screen Samsung tablet. System includes Two Crown 2502 XLS and Two Behringer NX6000D amplifiers, Emotiva P-100 preamp, Furman M-8Lx power conditioner. Totaling 16 speakers and 8 subwoofers. Plus one  powered subwoofer @ 600 watts. Sorry, no wimpy home stereo equipment here. Just pure power or as Linus puts it "Mo Power"! 😆

 

Did all the woodwork myself. Currently working on the display unit in the top middle of the cabinet. I created that as well. Has an Acepc (tiny little computer) in it powering the two 7" touch screens. It is actually a wood drawer that pulls out and I used an aluminum kick panel normally use on the bottom of doors as the front panel. Cut to size and cut to fit the two screens. However, my intentions are to put a mini ITX system in the as well. Back is open and will accommodate up to a 360 mm radiator with space left over for cables and wiring. Unit is 14 1/2" wide x 16 1/2" deep x 6" tall inside and there isn't a back panel on the drawer. Will be a tight fit but, it will work. Should be interesting though. If you can dream it you can can build it!

 

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Recently upgraded to a wall mount for the TV, and slowly upgrading to 5.1. The center is the newest addition. Dali Oberon vocal, and Dali Oberon 7 speakers, Mivoc Hype Sub, Denon amp and a Nintendo switch. Simple setup but I really enjoy it. 

 

 

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Finaly fixed the cable bridges recently and moved the subwoofers to the back one is under my desk.

Excuse me for the mess, i show some more pictures maybe later.🌞

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