I have a VERY ODD setup but it works....... here it goes.
Fronts - Definitive Technology MYTHOS ONE speakers.
Center - Infinity Model, good quality but not sure what model off top of head
Rear - JBL again good not sure what model
(my setup is for music, I don't really care so much about surround sound)
Subwoofers: B & W ASW300 - Veloydyne Impact 10 - Polk Audio PSW505 - Energy ESW8 - Fosgate Audionics FA15.0 - Elemental Designs A5-550
YES a lot of subs...... WHY? Well the Elemental Designs sub was supposed to be big enough to take care of all the case. Two plate amps caught on fire and the eD company went out of business. I've replaced the plate amp with a better brand. But, my Definitive Mythos Ones seem to way out shine and out power the subs no matter what levels or setting adjustments I make. So, I've added different subs to each individually handle certain tight bass and lower bass frequencies.
My Main Stereo Setup: NAD Processor, Adcom GFA-555 external amp, Integra CD Player, various other components.....
I also have a switch setup for when I want to listen to more older music which I run on a Harman Kardon AVR7000 receiver and a pair of Klipsch Heresy speakers from back in my youth period and an old Sony ES Cd Player and a B&O Beogram 6500 turntable.
My main issues I'd like to address in my main system is that my main amp seems very "bright" sounding. I'd like a warmer tone. I've switched out speakers with other types and this amp in particular makes them all sound very cold and bright, so any advice on a good external amp to power my Mythos Ones would be greatly appreciated.