I have been building this system for years. I recently built a new home and  December 2017  moved my Audio child in. Even though I had taken acoustics and electrical wiring into  construction consideration it was less than I had hoped. It took about 6 months to dial it in and oh boy is it dialed in!   This is first ,a highly resolving two channel music system and second, an AV system .   While listening to music everything associated with AV is turned off except the 3 channel amp which in turn keeps the center and surround speakers loaded. I've been on this journey for 40 years traveling the world to attend  audio shows  developing wonderful relationships with dealers and distributors. My tag says " done for now" because sometimes I like to kid myself.

Room Details

Dimensions: 37’ × 17’  X large
Ceiling: 9’

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    • MSB Technology Premier
    DAC with optional second power supply , Renderer V2, XLR out
    • Roon Labs NUCLEUS +
    Music Server
    • VAC Signature MkIIa SE
    Tube pre amp
    • MSB Technology S202
    Stereo Amp
    • Wilson Audio Sasha 2
    • Transparent Audio Reference Gen 5
    • REL Acoustics G-01 Mk II
    Pair of subs
    • Wilson Audio Watch Center 1
    Center Channel
    • Bryston 9B SST2
    3 channel amp for center and surrounds
    • James Loudspeaker FXAQ550S
    in ceiling surround speaker
    • NAD M17 V2
    AV Processor
    • Sony MASTER Series XBR-77A9G
    77" OLED
    • OPPO BDP-105
    Blu Ray player
    • Shunyata Research Hydra AV
    Power Conditioner
    • Shunyata Research Powercords
    Assorted bunch
    • Critical Mass Systems Center Stage
    Assorted depending on component 1.5, 1.0, .08
    • Symposium Acoustics Platforms
    • Sub Panel Dedicated Electrical Sub panel
    dedicated electrical  sub panel located 5' from system feeding out 3 20 amp circuits. 
    Line level noise almost  nonexistent   

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Omg man! This an absolute work of art. I even love the rug on the wall used as a diffuser. :)