Not having decades to work on building an endgame system I thought I would go for one from the start so I could just enjoy the music. There may be small changes here and there but for the most part this is it. Happy so far. I built the room while the speakers were being built. Professionally designed by Jeff at HDacoustics there is no drywall inside the room and this room definitely punches above its weight.

Room Details

Dimensions: 16’ × 15’  Medium
Ceiling: 7’

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    • Rockport Technologies A Avior ii
    • Boulder 866 integrated
    • Nordost Heimdall 2 speaker cables
    • Nordost Frey 2 Power Cable
    • Nordost Heimdall 2 Ethernet cable
    • Nordost Heimdall 2 power cable
    • Nordost QRT QBASE QB8-MKII
    • Bluesound Node
    • Pakedge Se-8-ep 8 port gigabit switch
    • Clay street woodworks Custom rack

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You certainly have assembled a first-class system.  I hope -- and trust -- that it will provide you with many, many hours of enjoyable listening.  If life's current circumstances result in my having to downsize my audio system from its 14 components (not counting speakers and power-related gear) at present to an integrated amplifier and two speakers, your choices are two of the four I would likely choose, too.  The others would be the Magico A5s and the Krell 300i (with integrated DAC).  I am curious whether you evaluated either of those as possibilities for your endgame system.