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post #121 of 144
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Originally Posted by caupina View Post

OMG....that's just beautiful. You have really outdone yourself Boonyarat....congratulations, just well done!!!!

Thanks
post #122 of 144
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Originally Posted by Boonyarat View Post

Thanks , f212 is too small now and better to go for 2x Thor's Hammer

Two Thor's Hammer! They weigh 411 lbs. (186.43 kg) each! Are nearly 5 feet tall and play down to 10Hz.. You sir, are my hero.
post #123 of 144
Happy Easter Boonyarat
post #124 of 144
Wow wow wow this is my to die for HT set up. Can't believe my eyes!
post #125 of 144
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Originally Posted by Miketr75 View Post

Wow wow wow this is my to die for HT set up. Can't believe my eyes!

Yeah...why is batman posting his system? You would think he would exercise some discretion.
post #126 of 144
No words, just
post #127 of 144
If the 2 Maxx3 are 68k a pair, my guess is that there is about 500k invested in this setup (equipment only).
post #128 of 144
You have a "redunkulous" system!!!! Great work!
post #129 of 144
oh, my gosss, just breath taking... that why i want to be millionaire,thank you very much for showing my dream, got home tonight and find in my dream that i have the one like you
post #130 of 144
I can't keep me from coming back to this thread! WOW
post #131 of 144
SWEET
post #132 of 144
Hey Boonyarat
beautiful set-up u got going there juss wondering how about showing us all the equipment at work all Audio\\Video on this must look amazing thanks
post #133 of 144
Hey Boonyarat just popping saying hi and wondering if you have upgrade anymore in your setup
post #134 of 144
^^^^^^
Thanks Franin for popping this thread on top, I had never seen it before and am glad I did:).

Boonyarat, true story, I was reading your equipment list atop of the your first post, and as I was scrolling down to look at the pics, I suddenly started giggling like a kid at Toys 'R' Us. My wife asked me what was wrong with me and I showed here. Even she was very impressed, and that's saying alot.

Fantastic set up!

cheers
post #135 of 144
He had amazing gear - top class all the way. I'd love to see where he is now in his theatre upgrade.
post #136 of 144
That is an amazing system. I am going to assume that it sounds fantastic. I am wondering about heat in the room from all that gear. I have a feeling that the higher end Krell amps are mostly Class A, which are not very efficient meaning they give of a lot of heat. That room is full of gear. I would just be wondering if it was an issue. I have read great things about the Maxx 3 speakers. Opus speaker cable Damn. I know how much that would be eek.gif. I am sure it is a great sounding system for music and movies. But you do have do move to dual watch dogs or a Thor's hammer to keep it a %100 Wilson room:p. Again, a great room.
Edited by MIkeDuke - 12/20/12 at 11:01am
post #137 of 144
Man, I don't know how I missed this setup over the years, absolutely incredible Boonyarat, room and equipment. It was nice reading the entire thread, Boonyarat, you should move your most recent photos to the first post wink.gif Now that the Maxx's have been added to the system, the one item that stands out to me for which one of these is not like the others biggrin.gif I think is the center, even more than the subs as you have all ready upgraded to the 212's. I would say a Polaris is in order don't you, or at the very least the Mezzo? After that then add the Thor's Hammer (or two of them) like all ready mentioned. If your room was a bit wider and deeper you could have kept your W/P speakers and used them for either side or rear surrounds.
post #138 of 144
How do those JL's sound in that room? Do they blend in well with the rest of the equipment acoustically?...how transparent are they with those towers.
post #139 of 144
Yeah it might be awhile before he posts again lol. I say just look at the pics, sit back, and imagine how they sound. Man I can't get over how incredible his system is. It's probably the most high end that I've ever seen. Looks of course are subjective but there's no denying the quality of his gear.I'd be really hard pressed to find someone locally that even comes close to matching what he has, at least in the total number of pieces of gear combined. What's really cool is he knows what he likes and this isn't just some rich guy that has someone tell him what to get. That's what makes his system so cool.
post #140 of 144
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Originally Posted by pcweber111 View Post

Yeah it might be awhile before he posts again lol.

He hasn't been on for quite awhile. It will be good though to see where his system is at.
post #141 of 144
Yeah no kidding. I'd be interested to see what he's done to it, if anything at all.
post #142 of 144
What are his Opus speaker cables plugged into i.e the silver piece of equipment in the middle, they don't appear to be going to the Evo amps but to that center piece unless it's just the angle of the photos giving that impression.
post #143 of 144
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Originally Posted by Rod#S View Post

What are his Opus speaker cables plugged into i.e the silver piece of equipment in the middle, they don't appear to be going to the Evo amps but to that center piece unless it's just the angle of the photos giving that impression.
That looks to be an integrated amplifier by Jeff Rowland. Another piece of fantastic gear. In case anybody is wondering, the speaker cables that are being used that go to that integrated amp start at $34,735. That is one fine system.
Edited by MIkeDuke - 1/16/13 at 8:33am
post #144 of 144
Thanks, I couldn't figure out what that piece was. Yeah the Opus cables are mega bucks and his aren't short runs either so the cables alone are more than most people's entire system. I do love his system.
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