Originally Posted by ldgibson76
I was having a tough day at work so I decided to re-read your thread and view the photos of your mind-blowing system. My spirits always get lifted when I look at the photos! I then read your response to my post and I realize, again I did not respond!
How rude of me. You have my apologies.
Thank you for the kind words regarding the cable management. I'm humbled and flattered that someone with a system of the caliber you have attained would even give my setup a first look without laughter immediately following the first glimpse!
Now, about the Denon Uber/MOAP
Universal Player! Have you formulated a game plan for the rack configuration since the A1UDCI basically converts 3-4 of your components into devices of redundancy?!! And take it from me, I know redundancy when I see! It's my system's MO!
Seth, you have one of the most balanced systems I've ever seen. What are you going to do!?!
Are you considering a total re-configuration of the system, i.e., downsizing?!
Hi there my friend.
Thank you for the kind words, it put a smile on my face.
And no need to apologize for not replying, we all get busy sometimes. It's cool, I totally understand.
Re your cable management, it really is very impressive. Having that many cables being as well arranged and organized as yours is something that many would love to achieve. I try to keep all my cables and power cords as neat as possible, but after seeing what you've done, mine still has room for improvement.
As for my soon to arrive Denon A1UD MOAP universal, yes I have formulated a game plan. There are 3 components that will be removed once the A1 gets installed. My beloved Sony CDP-XA20ES CD player, Yamaha S2300 SACD/DVD-A player, and Sony S300 Blu-ray player. I am going to keep my current Denon 2500BTCI in the AV rack as a dedicated region B player. It's currently region A but once I get the A1 I'm going to convert it to a region B.
So the way it will be arranged is the A1UDCI will be at the very top of the AV rack, with the 2500BTCI right below it, then the AVP below that.
And that will pretty much be the way my setup will remain for awhile. About the only other thing I am planning on doing is getting some wall treatments put in, hopefully by the end of the year.
And come next year, most likely it'll be a plan of super sizing!
I may just go for it and put in a front projector and 120" drop down screen. Nothing certain yet, but I am thinking about it.