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post #2551 of 2560 Unread 01-16-2016, 10:40 AM
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This is my contribution. Photos show what I started with an the stages of construction. Not shown is the 120 " screen
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This is my contribution. Photos show what I started with an the stages of construction. Not shown is the 120 " screen
Beautifully wired.
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Great job williams97!
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This is my contribution. Photos show what I started with an the stages of construction. Not shown is the 120 " screen
People who do beautiful wiring like this are the reason why I don't post photos of the back of my rack unit! Hahaha! Nice job!
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Nice job, but so you really want to see all those blue lights when you're watching a movie?
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Pics or it didn't happen...just sayin.
^^^Just arrived about half an hour ago.

Here is a teaser photo until I have more time.

ATI AT4006 second shelf from bottom and AT6005 on the bottom shelf.

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Klipsch: 5 RF-7 IIs (center, front mains & side surrounds), 6 RB-81 IIs (front-wide, height & rear surrounds), 4 R-115SW subs. Power Sound Audio: 2 V3600i dual 18" subs. ATI amplifiers: AT6005 & AT4006 Morris Kessler Signature series. Denon: AVR-X5200W. Belden: 10 AWG copper speaker wire. Sewell Direct Deadbolt banana plugs. SVS: sub interconnects. Blue Jeans Cables: interconnects. Mediabridge: Ultra series HDMI, Mid Atlantic: RCS-27U rack w/fans. Epson: 5030UBe projector. Elite: 125" AT screen.
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Jesus thats some thick speaker wire, and rca's! What brand is it?

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7.1.2 Config. AVR: Denon 4100 Audiosource Amp 110 for TM's BRP: Pioneer 80FD Display: Panasonic TC-P65S1
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Nice job, but so you really want to see all those blue lights when you're watching a movie?
http://www.lightdims.com/

They work!
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My updated rack (new equipment) This is pulled out of my closet makes for easy management!
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^^^Just arrived about half an hour ago.

Here is a teaser photo until I have more time.

ATI AT4006 second shelf from bottom and AT6005 on the bottom shelf.

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Here's a couple more photos with the logo on/off. Both amps come with optional rack ears. So, you can mount the amp without rack ears and the amp simply rests on the heavy duty shelf behind the vertical bars inside the AV rack or with rack ears and the amp still rests on the heavy duty shelf but the is now forward more so the ears are in front of the vertical bars inside the AV rack which gives you more clearance in the back in case you want to keep the rear of the rack enclosure on (so no wires show).

ATI AT6005 (300W RMS X 5 channels driven) with logo on


ATI AT6005 (300W RMS X 5 channels driven) with logo off


ATI AT4006 (200W RMS X 6 channels driven) with logo on


ATI AT4006 (200W RMS X 6 channels driven) with logo off


I love the Middle Atlantic rack. Thanks to everyone that recommended MA over the Sanus option!

Hope everyone enjoys the Superbowl this weekend.

Klipsch: 5 RF-7 IIs (center, front mains & side surrounds), 6 RB-81 IIs (front-wide, height & rear surrounds), 4 R-115SW subs. Power Sound Audio: 2 V3600i dual 18" subs. ATI amplifiers: AT6005 & AT4006 Morris Kessler Signature series. Denon: AVR-X5200W. Belden: 10 AWG copper speaker wire. Sewell Direct Deadbolt banana plugs. SVS: sub interconnects. Blue Jeans Cables: interconnects. Mediabridge: Ultra series HDMI, Mid Atlantic: RCS-27U rack w/fans. Epson: 5030UBe projector. Elite: 125" AT screen.
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