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DIYer Home Theater Update - part I

Discussion in 'Show off your system' started by DIYer, Nov 27, 2010.

  1. DIYer

    DIYer Well-Known Member Famous

    Here are couple of update shots since last time I posted images of the equipments I have.

    My gear rack.

    Front 3 channels are powered by tube amps (SET for highs, P-P for woofers)
    My processor has been changed from Outlaw 950 to Onkyo PR-SC885.
    Disc player has been changed from Sony multi-disc DVD player to Oppo BDP-80
    Above the disc player is a home made passive stereo preamp which was posted on DIY section.
    Above passive pre are Rane active x-over and parametric equalizers for mains.
    Above processor are Rane active x-overs and graphic equalizers for center and surrounds, above them are amps for surrounds.
    On top of the rack is a power conditioner which I bought on impulse 6 years ago (still in use).

    View with most lights off.

    Updates on main speakers to come later.
  2. Botch

    Botch I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S! Superstar

    Gorgeous, I thought those looked like Parametric EQs! :handgestures-thumbup: :handgestures-thumbup: :handgestures-thumbup: :drool:
  3. Towen7

    Towen7 Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator

    :bow-blue: Very impressive looking system. I am insanely jealous.
  4. soundhound

    soundhound Well-Known Member

    Wow, that's really fringe..... :scared-eek:
  5. Zing

    Zing Retired Admin Famous

    And "fringe" is hip, urban Californian chic for....???

    Please pardon my ignorance. I've spent the last 20 years in the unhip, redneck capital of North America.
  6. PaulyT

    PaulyT Behind the Curtain Staff Member Administrator Moderator Superstar

    Wow, that's the most beautiful Christmas tree I've ever seen! :happy-smileygiantred: Put a couple ornaments on it and you're done!
  7. Razz

    Razz Well-Known Member

    Sweet rack!!!

    Now how is everything connected?
  8. Yesfan70

    Yesfan70 I'm famous now bitches! vvvvv Famous

    I didn't know you were from the South.....all this time and you didn't even bother to come by and hang out. :angry-tappingfoot:


    Looks great DIYer. :handgestures-thumbup: Looking forward to the speaker pics.
  9. Vinyl

    Vinyl Active Member

    Christopher Columbus!

    Perhaps Santa will bring a ladder ;)
  10. DIYer

    DIYer Well-Known Member Famous

    Not as sweet as Yesfan's avatar. ;)

    Every thing is connected with either home made IC cable (per soundhound's instruction) or 12 ga. speaker cable I bought in bulk from Bluejeans.

    Pauly, I'll be posting a close up of "Christmas Tree" shot soon.

    Thanks guys.
  11. soundhound

    soundhound Well-Known Member

    He who has the most things that light up, at the highest altitude wins, and it appears I've lost...... :?
  12. Botch

    Botch I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S! Superstar

    With all those tubes, does it do marshmallows?
  13. DIYer

    DIYer Well-Known Member Famous

    Not from Oct to March when the ambient temp is on the low side. Instead, they double as room heater. :angry-extinguishflame: Between April and Sep, I use most of my free time with outdoor stuff so they hardly get used. You may notice a thin layer of foil faced insulation under the shelves of the bottom half of the rack where all the tube amps are. They do good job blocking the heat to components above.
  14. GreatDane

    GreatDane Well-Known Member

    sexy rack.

    ...you tease
  15. MatthewB

    MatthewB Grandmaster Pimp Daddy Famous

  16. Xgm3

    Xgm3 Active Member

    That is bad ass! I don't know what some of that stuff is for on there but it sure does look nice! :text-coolphotos:

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