No photos here either, will get around to it when all the "things in work" are taken care of . . .
Dual-purpose setup, operates as either old-school 2-channel or HT surround.
Main R/L = Altec Model 19's, bi-amped with GAS Grandson of Ampzilla (40 wpc) on top and Son of Ampzilla (80 wpc) on bottom. Experimenting with REALLY old 415A Biflex's instead of 416-8C woofers, I think I like it better with the 415's. Running the original 802-8G horn drivers, but someday will swap out for 902-8A's.
Dual R/L Subs = currently some highly-modified 15-inch "cheapies", more serious home-built ones are in work. Driven by GAS Ampzilla (200 wpc).
[It's quite impressive to see the entire GAS "family" working in one stack – on those rare occasions when I've got all their meter lights working at the same time, lol.]
Center = currently running centerless, now restoring an Altec Model 14 (looks like a miniature Model 19). Will be bi-amped with a bridged Crown D60 on top and bridged D75 on bottom (original Crown, not modern). [The Model 19's image so incredibly well that I don't expect adding the center will actually make much difference sonically, but it sure will look cool, lol.]
Side and Rear Surrounds (4 speakers) = all are Aura LST-627M. Short-lived brand, an amazing value while they lasted. Very high quality, use the Linnaeum "line source" tweeter and rubber woofer surrounds (instead of the fast-rotting foam crap now widely used). Seem to be a surprisingly good match with the Altec horns. Depending on whim, driven either directly by the 7.1 AVR or by old Carver PM-series amps, can't really tell much difference there.
Lest one assume from the above that I am an eccentric stuck in the past, I should mention that all the crossovers and other processing are in the digital domain on modern equipment. So, I am just a plain eccentric having fun trying to use the best, whichever era it is from. Within reason, of course; budget is an unfortunately major consideration . . .