Be real helpful if there could be a sticky with all the brands listed (within reason) and you could only put your "main" two brands (one music SYSTEM, one HT IF NOT SAME), and you could switch your own selections as you made upgrades.
I think it would be generally more useful if everyone new to these forums is reminded that they are constantly being marketed to and pitched by people who post their affiliations and many others who do not. This is all part of marketing and advertising and you, the consumer, are the targets. Noth...
L/C/R: Phase Tech Teatro 6.5
Surrounds: Phase Tech Teatro 4.5
Sub: Old Sony 12" (don't know the model #).... going IB as soon as I get into a house and out of the apartment, and will add either Teatro bipole surrounds or another pair of 4.5's.
I am using Pinnacle gold min-monitors for my mains and Triangle Titus xs's as my rear surrounds. I had the Triangles up front up but they are 4 ohm and my newly purchased Pioneer vsx-d912k receiver wasn't able to push them the way I wanted. The Pinnacles are more efficient so they are now up front. I also have a Pinnacle PN P5.3 center channel on the way, should arrive next week.
If anyone has any info on that center channel I would like hear your opinions. Also if anyone has that Pioneer receiver I would be interested in your impressions. I'm calling Pioneer service/support tomorrow to get some help with the awful remote. Can't program my rca satellite receiver.........
Panny TC-P65VT60 (calibrated by Chad B), Denon AVR-4311, Comcast X1 DVR, Apple TV 3, Sony BDP-S5100, Ascend Acoustics Sierra Towers (mains), Horizon (CC) and HTM-200's (Surr), Dual PSA XV15 Subwoofers!!
Other, and infinity.
Kappy 6.1 IIs, 5.1 IIs, and Kappa Center hooked up to an HK AVR330 in the bedroom.
Gallo Ref 3s, Ref Center (just got it) and Due's for rears. Hsu VTF3MK2 sub.
Front speakers biamped with a Bryston 7BST each and the Gallo SA amp. Center hooked up to another 7BST, rears are hooked up to a 4BST. I have another 4BST waiting for me to buy a set of the Gallo Ref AVs to up the system to 7.1.