RTi 7.1 Cinema
This system started out with just the RTi6's to accomidate an older Onkyo TX-8511 Stereo Receiver. Then it grew. Quickly. The bug to build a full home theater hit hard. I had spent 4 years in the Marines away from audio and video, only remembering what I had learned working at The Stereo Advantage in High School. When I bought the RTi6's, it was just to give a little more sound to the TV. Hey, I already had the receiver, why not? Live and Learn. This was just not enough. So, to make a long story shorter, I just kept adding until (We all know you never are) content. For now. 1/24/05 UPDATE: Just changed out my receiver to a harman/kardon AVR630 v.5.02. I love it. After to software update, I have so much flexibility and power to spare.
From the cockpit.
From the staircase.
Another of the SB.
The 505. After many moves and trials the corner seemed best. Haven't quite hit the power cord wire management.
- Onkyo DX-C370
- Sony DVP-NS575P
- Toshiba CF35D350
- Dish Network DishDVR 522
- Monster Power HTS-1000MKI
Racks / Stands / Brackets
- Z-Line Designs Z221S (Monitor / AV Equip)
- OmniMount WS24 (Surround) <---These things suck. Spend the extra for weighted stands.
- OmniMount AB1 (Surround Back) <---Hold more that their prescribed limit. Nice.
- harman/kardon AVR630 (pictures to follow soon)
- Monster THX Ultra 1000 10' pair (Front)
- Monster MC500 6' single (Center)
- Monster XP 25'x2/50'x2 (Surround+Surround Back)
- Monster InterLink 300MKII L+R (Subwoofer)
- Polk RTi10 (Front L+R)
- Polk RTi6 (Surround L+R)
- Polk CSi5 (Center)
- Polk Monitor30 (Surround Back L+R)
- Polk PSW505 (that great rumble)
VCR (plays those old 'tape' things)
- Toshiba W522