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]Hi guys I hope these pictures are of a decent quality this is the current state of my 2/ch, multi-channel music/hometheater room after downsizing components.


Display / Mitsubishi 73738 DLP


Sources / Oppo BDP 95, Comcast HD DVR


Preamp/Processor / Anthem AVM 20v2


Multi-Channel AMP / Anthem MCA 30 (3 channel 200x3)


Stereo Amp / Parasound Halo A21 (250x2)


Main Speakers / Boston Acoustics E100


Center / Boston Acoustics VR12


Surrounds / Cambridge Soundworks Newton series S300 3 way multi-pole


Subwoofer / M&K MX150 Stand alone THX sub


Audio Cables / Morrow Audio MA3 XLR and MA1 rca , AudioQuest Columbia XLR & Rca's, AQ's King Cobra and Coral Rca's fill out the rest with AQ's Sub-3


Video Cables / Pangea HD-24pc and Monoprice


Cables / Its all ran from 2 20amp dedicated lines one 10awg and one 12awg Powercables are all PS Audio Perfectwave series full loom AC12 down to AC3, Power Conditioning is from a PS Audio Soloist Premier (in wall) for the stereo amp. and A Quintet for all else with a Powerport Premier Ac receptical.


Acoustical pannels are by ATS

Racking and stands by VTI

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Thanks! not since the early 90's with the Lynfield project ( which lead to the Lynfield VR series) did Boston release a $5000 + speaker set this was the last "huh rah" till who knows when, although the E series is now discontinued I grabbed a pair quickly before they were all gone they are truly remarkable. The Halo amps are indeed a lot of amp for the money refined and brutal when needed. I saw your setup and its killer I know your your lovin that combo of gear:D
 

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Very cool! Love the Bostons. I was looking to pick up the E100s when they were on clearance but they were just too tall for my room/listening distance. I did pick up the E60s for the PC setup and they are very good.
 

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Originally Posted by drewTT  /t/1417330/2-channel-home-theater-harmony#post_22167135


Very cool! Love the Bostons. I was looking to pick up the E100s when they were on clearance but they were just too tall for my room/listening distance. I did pick up the E60s for the PC setup and they are very good.

I just couldn't pass them up for the price , I sold my VR40's to my brother in law the day they slashed the prices and changed out most of my gear in the process and had to by longer speaker cables as well. The E70 would have made a great center but the VR12 with the dedicated midrange below the vr tweeter allowed me to keep a synergistic sound stage and believe or not more women comment on these speakers than men ( great spouse approval factor) ,Saw your clean setup, well done! And great find on the E60's I now wish more were around.
 

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Very Nice Jeff. Looks great!!
 
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:eek:I had no idea this was still here:eek: I'll put up some update pics since a whole lot has changed;)

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Wow, that's quite a system you have built. How tall are those main Boston's? I don't think those would pass the WAF test in my house :rolleyes: Thanks for sharing with the forum!
 
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