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Wardsweb Systems Update

Wardsweb

Renaissance man
I've said this before and I'll keep saying it. My heart skips a beat when I click on "Latest Posts" and see "Wardsweb Systems Update".
Thank you. I have said before the only person who has to like your stereo is you. That being said, it is nice when others find the beauty in my system.

Audio hobby --> passion --> obsession --> lunacy, still it does keep me off the streets and mostly out of trouble.

Happy Holidays to all !!

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Wardsweb

Renaissance man
Changed up the home theater today.



TV: Samsung 75" (UN75NU6900FXZA)
Receiver: Onkyo TX-NR929
Source: Oppo BDP-103
Power: Panamax M5400-PM
Amps - main bass bins: Behringer iNUKE NU6000
Amps - main horns: Diva Seduction 2A3
Amps - sub: Behringer EP 4000
Crossover - Electrovoice DX-38 active
Speakers - mains: Klipsch Jubilee
Speakers - center: Martin Logan Cinema
Speakers - front high: Infinity OWS-1
Speakers - surrounds: JBL SAT2
Speakers - subwoofer: Danley Sound Labs DTS-10 horn
 

PaulyT

Behind the Curtain
Staff member
Administrator
Moderator
Superstar
lol That looks like a ~45" tv next to those speakers.
 

Wardsweb

Renaissance man
Here is what the system looks like when watching a movie on the drop down screen. This really shows the point of the gear being a tool and not the focus. You watch a movie. You listen to music. If you watch the gear, you're doing it wrong.

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Wardsweb

Renaissance man
The projector isn't very apparent in the picture above. I use a motorized linear actuator to drop the projector down two feet from the ceiling, when watching a movie, so the projection clears the 72" ceiling fan. The projector goes up to the ceiling, when not in use.

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Randy

Well-Known Member
Famous
The projector isn't very apparent in the picture above. I use a motorized linear actuator to drop the projector down two feet from the ceiling, when watching a movie, so the projection clears the 72" ceiling fan. The projector goes up to the ceiling, when not in use.

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Ok, I was trying to figure that out looking at the first picture. Thank you sir, well done.
 

mzpro5

Well-Known Member
Famous
Very nice. I once dreamed of a similar setup (with a drop down screen) in my basement sans the huge speakers.
 

Wardsweb

Renaissance man
Added an AppleTV and a small screen to stream in the dining room. I guess it isn't really a dining room anymore. It is just another 2-channel system listening area.

 
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