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Nice blog! Too bad you didn't take pics of the 48-4's in a BP enclosure.
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I have had Polk LSi front stage for a little bit and was very happy, but was hankering for something different. Missed a good deal on Mythos ST's but found some BP7002's and a CLR2500. Very happy with their sound so far and the adjustable sub volume helps me to achieve 5.0 which I had kinda written off. I like the sound of a nice 3 way for music, but bass is typically unruly for HT - tried with some SB towers but it was not what i wanted. Still messing with it, but I think I found a balance that's hitting for both HT and music. And the reduced profile of just 2 footprints on the floor...loving that!

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There is a lot going on in that room and yet it all works. It puts the home in home theater. It looks functional and fashionable and I want that map! There are some impressive dedicated theaters out there but many if not most folks have their systems in their living rooms and have to integrate them into other furniture. This is just one of many great rooms posted here and I really like seeing them. I’ll have to dust and vacuum before posting any pics.
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There is a lot going on in that room and yet it all works. It puts the home in home theater. It looks functional and fashionable and I want that map! There are some impressive dedicated theaters out there but many if not most folks have their systems in their living rooms and have to integrate them into other furniture. This is just one of many great rooms posted here and I really like seeing them. I’ll have to dust and vacuum before posting any pics.


Thanks much @tre74 . Both my wife and I worked really hard on this project. Indeed there is a lot going on and when you sit in there it is not crowded or forced. The map is from my father in law that he had as a kid in 1959!! This is a dedicated home theater room, really our second bedroom converted into, is 10x11x9. Best of all it sounds great! Best to all, Steve
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Hmmm, might have to rethink the guestroom. Visitors can sleep outside while we watch movies.
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lol @tre74 We do have a couch in the living room for guests if need be
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There is a lot going on in that room and yet it all works. It puts the home in home theater. It looks functional and fashionable and I want that map! There are some impressive dedicated theaters out there but many if not most folks have their systems in their living rooms and have to integrate them into other furniture. This is just one of many great rooms posted here and I really like seeing them. I’ll have to dust and vacuum before posting any pics.
While I do have dictated Theater. Very well said the majority, having to integrate there Audio/Video gears within there living room. And you did a very good job at-it
Very good point about dusting and vacuuming, before taking any pictures. And did the mistake before, of not doing so. Now it is on line for ever

Thanks for sharing, with all of us.


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First post, I believe, anyway. I have been involved in Internet audio communities for many years, just not this one as I had never considered multi channel audio much. I've heard and really enjoyed listening to my brothers nicely done 5.1, nothing fancy, just a room with decent acoustics, simple but nice sound gear and well recorded material. I will be going 5.1 in a year or so, but I have found the front speakers of my dreams to build around.

I won't even post how amazing of a price I paid for an absolutely pristine set of Monitor Audio PL200s, and I mean low, low hours of use and unblemished cosmetics. Simply stunning in the Ebony finish. Truly the most astounding of a deal and I have bought and sold quite a bit of gear over the years. The seller was a very kind gentleman and had these as part of a bedroom system that just didn't get used. Perhaps that isn't a surprise as he had his main room system built around some lofty Revel model driven by Mark Levinson mono block amps. Based on what I am hearing from the PL200 you would have to really bring it to create a more engaging signature. I know that you can, but certainly to do so will not be inexpensive.

I knew that really advanced and well done cabinet design mattered, but before having the PL200 I had only heard designs with modest to fair cabinet designs, some Energy C5s, Neat Acoustic Motive One, KEF R300, and some Castle Knight 5s. All really nice sounding in their own way, but wow, I was not prepared for the extreme step upward in just everything that the PL200 has delivered. I have a nice if a little old now, NAD M3 which is rock stable in 4ohms so it can nicely control the PL200 drivers.

Who knows, maybe over time I could track down some PL100s and start up a 5.1 system. That would be sublime I am sure.
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This may not be an audiophile choice, it's been great fun, and I can get my mother to use it too for her radio feeds... something very few devices can do with the same ease. Press a button and she can listen to BBC for example. We have rather poor radio reception in my home.
Fills the room, sound decent and simple to use.
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First post, I believe, anyway. I have been involved in Internet audio communities for many years, just not this one as I had never considered multi channel audio much. I've heard and really enjoyed listening to my brothers nicely done 5.1, nothing fancy, just a room with decent acoustics, simple but nice sound gear and well recorded material. I will be going 5.1 in a year or so, but I have found the front speakers of my dreams to build around.

I won't even post how amazing of a price I paid for an absolutely pristine set of Monitor Audio PL200s, and I mean low, low hours of use and unblemished cosmetics. Simply stunning in the Ebony finish. Truly the most astounding of a deal and I have bought and sold quite a bit of gear over the years. The seller was a very kind gentleman and had these as part of a bedroom system that just didn't get used. Perhaps that isn't a surprise as he had his main room system built around some lofty Revel model driven by Mark Levinson mono block amps. Based on what I am hearing from the PL200 you would have to really bring it to create a more engaging signature. I know that you can, but certainly to do so will not be inexpensive.

I knew that really advanced and well done cabinet design mattered, but before having the PL200 I had only heard designs with modest to fair cabinet designs, some Energy C5s, Neat Acoustic Motive One, KEF R300, and some Castle Knight 5s. All really nice sounding in their own way, but wow, I was not prepared for the extreme step upward in just everything that the PL200 has delivered. I have a nice if a little old now, NAD M3 which is rock stable in 4ohms so it can nicely control the PL200 drivers.

Who knows, maybe over time I could track down some PL100s and start up a 5.1 system. That would be sublime I am sure.

Looks like that wooden dresser could EASILY be replaced or made into a wooden subwoofer enclosure!

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Looks like that wooden dresser could EASILY be replaced or made into a wooden subwoofer enclosure!
The bass output, including pretty generous dips down into the 30Hz territory is very good with the PL200, but if you look at the picture you will notice two small REL T-Zero subs. Although the REL drivers are small (8") having two and in a small room makes them great for my needs. I don't use things yet for an AV system and I suspect once I do that I will need a larger sub, but for music the two RELs are perfect for my needs. I keep the subs pretty low, but if I defeat them you can notice, just not in a major way. The PL200s are certainly larger than my room really needs but they are still very well controlled and I can't typically play at anything more than a modest volume anyway. Cheers.
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This is my second time posting my speaker. I've change my set-up, it's currently 7.2.4

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Damn, that must sound impressive. Need some art in there to soften the look
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Damn, that must sound impressive. Need some art in there to soften the look
I'm shocked at the lack of artwork on walls - I guess when I'm an artist myself who's collected an obscene amount of artwork from purchasing/trading with other artists over the years, it's strange to see so little of it in other peoples' homes.
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I'm shocked at the lack of artwork on walls - I guess when I'm an artist myself who's collected an obscene amount of artwork from purchasing/trading with other artists over the years, it's strange to see so little of it in other peoples' homes.
It's a new home, I've only lived in this house 34 days now. It's a work in progress. Got to take care of the honey-do list first 😁
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It's a new home, I've only lived in this house 34 days now. It's a work in progress. Got to take care of the honey-do list first 😁
Congratulations on your new home, that must be exciting. I look forward to seeing pictures once you have, well pictures! Cheers.
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I'm shocked at the lack of artwork on walls - I guess when I'm an artist myself who's collected an obscene amount of artwork from purchasing/trading with other artists over the years, it's strange to see so little of it in other peoples' homes.
You should post some pictures of your art, in particular how and if you have used it in your AV room. I love art of all descriptions. In my music room I have several wooden masks, a tapestry hanging, a lighted glass cabinet where I display some mineral specimens and glass objects, and of course a few pictures, a print of Northern River, a print of Tiger, Tiger in the Night and a print from Robert Bateman. Very eclectic, but it generally works. I find a room without at least some attention to aesthetic detail feels cold and incomplete.
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You should post some pictures of your art, in particular how and if you have used it in your AV room. I love art of all descriptions. In my music room I have several wooden masks, a tapestry hanging, a lighted glass cabinet where I display some mineral specimens and glass objects, and of course a few pictures, a print of Northern River, a print of Tiger, Tiger in the Night and a print from Robert Bateman. Very eclectic, but it generally works. I find a room without at least some attention to aesthetic detail feels cold and incomplete.
Here's a snippet: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/89-sp...l#post59231780

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I bet it sucks to have to move that left speaker anytime you need to get in that closet?

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Everything's hooked up, and mostly back in place. Still a bit of a mess, but it's a slowly-but-surely situation. Widened the position of the Front LRs and it improved the sound stage/imaging/etc...

Now that is a room worth sitting in. Amazing art, I would love to check it out. I love an eclectic, warmish room like that. It just invites you to sit down and melt into it, much like your cat is doing. Thanks for sharing.
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Also a very nice look, but from a very different aesthetic. It is minimal, but not sterile, a cool room in terms of tone, but it has a really nice sophisticated look. Would be a nice spot for a bourbon and ginger for sure. I'll be having a little Wild Turkey tonight when I get in.
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You have some really nice art there. We almost need a dedicated thread for room décor!
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You have some really nice art there. We almost need a dedicated thread for room dé️cor!
Thanks @TheGrudge . I think it looks and feels even better when low lit at nite. At nite when listening to music the TV with Amazon HD thru Heos lights up things nicely but the globe in back right also is actually a light that looks cool too. Very warm and cozy in there. Everything my wife and I did was intentional. Would love to see some other angles of your setup too. What a great hobby we all have! Best, Steve
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Thanks @TheGrudge . I think it looks and feels even better when low lit at nite. At nite when listening to music the TV with Amazon HD thru Heos lights up things nicely but the globe in back right also is actually a light that looks cool to. Very warm and cozy in there. Everything my wife and I did was intentional. Would love to see some other angles of your setup too. What a great hobby we all have! Best, Steve
Some shots of low lighting would be great! I will try to take some pictures, but much of my rather small room (12'x13') is full of clutter. I am finishing up a very demanding professional program and only lately have I even thought about making the room at all pleasing on the eye. Once I de-clutter it I will happily provide a full picture. I have a lovely little desk that there is no room at all for and it is just crammed against the back wall and sadly has become my on-the-go drop spot for keys, glasses and the like. It is simply a room in a lovely rental spot, lots of character, but as it isn't our permanent spot, it hasn't really inspired me to do much, but hopefully that will change. I enjoy creating nice spaces and with a little more room and time I would go to town. Cheers.
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Maybe one of you longer standing members could create a thread dedicated to décor and design shots and discussion (if there isn't already such a thread). It would be a great way to get to know each other a little more and to be inspired by the designs and visions of fellow members who enjoy the aesthetics of the hobby as well as the audio/visual.
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