Looks good steve, i would like to do a similar thing with the centre matched to the mains.About as much as I will get away with until I build a home. A 57" LCD upgrade is in the plans.
The big black tubes are my dual Avalanche 18 LLTs. The white things are absorption pannels and are used throughout the room, as seen in these extra pictures.eugovector said:Are those bass traps or subs in the corners?
Yeah, I've got everything just right. I have zero plans for any audio upgrading after having completed the second subwoofer, everything sounds great. Watching movies and listening to music is a real treat.....a larger tv down the road would only make things better. Yes, I'm using a Yamaha HTR 5890.thxgoon said:Looks like you took a lot of time setting that up with all the tilt angles and what not! Is that a Yamaha receiver?
Thanks. I was a bit hesitant to try the vertical center speaker idea, but now I could never go back, much more seamless sound.oldmp3 said:Very nice setup. Could you post a list of your components or did I miss that? The vertical center is a nice choice - what brand speakers, and component racks?
Who wants to hide them? :wave: The room would be really plain and empty looking without them. And yes, they are quite capable :hsd:tony said:Boy those subs are not easy to hide, The lows must really hit you when watching moves in that room
BluRay has issues, HD DVD was far better and much cheaper for quality gear. My Samsung still has issues playing some BluRay movies usually twice during a movie the video drops out for about 5 seconds, its really annoying.Next upgrade would logically be a blue ray player, but I'm not exactly itching for one by any means. Maybe when a good quality player comes along for ~$200 and the movies can be had for less than $10 used I'll jump. I'm willing to spend money on HT as can be deduced, but there has to be some sense of value for me to make a purchase, and blue ray currently doesn't exude any sense of value to me.