Lots of constraints in this room. A long and narrow room (15 x 30) that doubles as a dining room and living room. Lots of openings, so speaker placement was limited. Difficult to achieve WAF... Goal of this system was mostly for background music while dining or entertaining with guests.
Very happy with the Bryston Mini T's. Only 23 inches tall, they have excellent base extension, and they sound good from just about anywhere in the room. The Yamaha drives them fine and stays cool while doing it.
Possible changes: 10 inch speaker stands. Speaker cable upgrade. Power cable upgrade.
But mostly, I'm kinda done with this for now. 2 years ago this was a completely different system - the upgrade path was a fun journey. Learned alot.
Oh - a major change since my first virtual system post a year ago: replaced the Yamaha A-S801 integrated with a Kinki EX-M1. The Kinki can grip the Mini-T's with much much more authority than the Yamaha. I'm surprised at how much better it is at driving these pretty difficult speakers.
A couple of recent tweaks and additions with updated pictures.
Like a few here had recommended, I purchased stands for the Mini-T speakers. Found some heavy duty 16-inch Target HR stands. It was a bit challenging to find shorter speaker stands - these are working great.
I also added the Mojo Mystique V3 DAC. It replaced a Schiit Modi Multibit. Huge upgrade.
New speaker and interconnect cables by Signal Cable.
A few little changes with the Sonos Connect (W4S mod) was helpful: switched from wireless to wired. Moved the unit to a circuit that was different than the amp/dac. Upgraded ethernet cables. Turned off wireless module inside the Connect - this cuts power to that module.
Loving what I'm hearing right now. Playing around with power conditioning, filters, etc. right now.
Next upgrade will probably be to upgrade the Connect to a higher quality streamer.