which speakers are better?

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  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 3,784
    kill it = ruin it

    Just sayin'.
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 41,429
    Having both series I can say without a doubt that the RTiA in cherry is the best looking speaker Polk has put out in a long time. The cabinet shape, the real cherry wood veneer, the perfect color for cherry, the semi-flat sheen, the fact you can spike them, the subtle silver touches on the grill and outriggers.......Polk killed it. Sound wise, they are definitely geared towards HT, but a nice crossover upgrade makes them much better for 2 channel.
    Political Correctness'.........defined

    "A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a t-u-r-d by the clean end."


  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,768
    edited September 2017
    Here all the OP did was come asking which is better "T" series or TSi. Now we're moving him to RTiA

    AVR Marantz SR5009 $400 https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/marsr5009/marantz-sr5009-7.2-ch-x-100-watts-networking-a/v-receiver/1.html

    Front speakers RTi A3 $250 https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RTIA3C/Polk-Audio-RTi-A3-Cherry.html Will need stands but for room size these will work nice.

    Center CSi A6 $200 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-CSiA6-CHERRY-RTiA-Center-Channel-Speaker-/391841680476

    Surrounds RTi A1 $200 https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RTIA1C/Polk-Audio-RTi-A1-Cherry.html

    Sub HSU VTF2-MK5 $600 shipped http://hsuresearch.com/products/vtf-2mk5.html

    Total about $1850.

    That would do nice is the room size

    or he could go with the Signature packages

    boy we're good at spending other people's money

    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

    Family Room:
    Samsung UN60H,
    Denon AVR-X4400H, Emotiva XPA3 GEN3
    Oppo BDP-93,Sony UBP-X800BM, Sony DVP-NS3100ES, WD Live HUB.
    Main: Polk Signature S60
    Center: Polk CSi-A6
    Front High/Rear High In-Ceiling Polk 80F/X RT
    Surrounds: Polk S15
    Sub: HSU VTF3-MK5

    Bed Room;
    Sony KDF-E42A10,
    Marantz SR5010, BDP-S270
    Main: Polk Signature S20
    Center: Polk Signature S35
    Rear: Polk R15
    Sub: HSU STF-2

    Working Warehouse;
    Sony 2100ES
    4 Polk RTi4 about 15' up the wall
    Old sony 12" Sub
    Mini tower PC with 400GB of music
  • A few post back someone mention the RTi's need an amp to sound good....An actual external amp separate from an AVR?
  • alan78 wrote: »
    A few post back someone mention the RTi's need an amp to sound good....An actual external amp separate from an AVR?

    The RTiA7 & 9 really benefit from an amp(which could be added later) the RTiA5's would be the best choice if you have no plans on adding an amp. The larger ones give you room to grow at a later date.



    "Make a man a fire and he'll be warm for a day. Light
    a man on fire and he'll be warm for the rest of his life."

  • rpf65rpf65 Posts: 1,989
    Ran the RTI A5' s on an entry level AVR in 5.1 configuration for quite a while with no problem.

    When I bought them did a side by side of the A5's, A7's, and A9's on a mid level Denon. The Only thing I really heard from the A9's was muddy bass. It overwhelmed everything else.

    The A7's were much better, the bass cleaned up considerably, but still a little dull. The mids seemed lacking, and the soundstage, as a whole, just seemed congested.

    The A5's, by far were the best performers. The midrange imaging was excellent, much better than the 7's, and the 9's weren't even in the same league. All in all, the 5's were the best sounding of the three.

    This was years back, and I think on a 3xxx Denon. I do remember the reason was the midrange imaging is what prompted me to buy the A5's over the other two of the series. I also really like the looks of the RTI A line.

    I ran the CSI A4 center instead of the 6. But as the saying goes, you really don't know what you're not hearing until you actually hear it.

    AVR only with the RTI A line; I would go with the 5's and a good sub.
  • Is the price delta on the SVS actually worth it over a Polk sub? I mean what exactly are you gaining? punchier, deeper, snappier, cleaner bass? And side by side could you really tell a difference that's worth hundreds more? I know being more expensive doesn't always equate to better.

    It really sucks I have nothing around hear to go and listen to these things!

    This is crazy..last week I was looking at the T series and now Im about ready to pull the trigger on RTi's...sigh..... :smile:

    trying to figure out the AVR and the sub right now. The signature series looks really nice but from what Ive been told here and what ive read for movie watching the RTi's are the way to go. We will be movie watching 98% of the time.
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,768
    CSi5/CSiA6 are beast of center channel speakers.

    Going with RTiA-5 would be better than RTiA-3 but the OP is budget minded.

    I just was at a coworkers house who bought my RTi8. He got a new Denon X4300H. It sounds great but I still like my Signatures better on music.
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

    Family Room:
    Samsung UN60H,
    Denon AVR-X4400H, Emotiva XPA3 GEN3
    Oppo BDP-93,Sony UBP-X800BM, Sony DVP-NS3100ES, WD Live HUB.
    Main: Polk Signature S60
    Center: Polk CSi-A6
    Front High/Rear High In-Ceiling Polk 80F/X RT
    Surrounds: Polk S15
    Sub: HSU VTF3-MK5

    Bed Room;
    Sony KDF-E42A10,
    Marantz SR5010, BDP-S270
    Main: Polk Signature S20
    Center: Polk Signature S35
    Rear: Polk R15
    Sub: HSU STF-2

    Working Warehouse;
    Sony 2100ES
    4 Polk RTi4 about 15' up the wall
    Old sony 12" Sub
    Mini tower PC with 400GB of music
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 41,429
    alan78 wrote: »
    A few post back someone mention the RTi's need an amp to sound good....An actual external amp separate from an AVR?

    I'm running RTiA 7 fronts, a CSiA 6 center and FXiA 6 rears using a Pioneer Elite AVR crossed at 80Hz to the sub. This is an HT rig only. The Pioneer has no problem driving the speakers, but keep in mind that Pioneer Elite AVR's put out their rated power with all 5 channels driven and only drop slightly with 7 driven. With lesser AVR's you would likely benefit from an amp.
    Political Correctness'.........defined

    "A doctrine fostered by a delusional, illogical minority and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a t-u-r-d by the clean end."


  • rpf65rpf65 Posts: 1,989
    You can tell the difference once you hear it.

    Most budget subs really don't play the lower freqs, below 25 or so Hz. To get below that level you need a really good woofer and a pretty powerful amp. That is the extra investment.

    As far as budget subs, Polk's PSW 505 is a top contender. It puts out clean bass to the nod 20Hz range. Depending on the room, may go as low as low as 25-28 Hz range. Anything in the sound track below that, you will never hear. You've never heard on you HTIB rig either, and probably nothing below the mid 30 Hz range either.

    The SVS PB 1000, for an example, may get you hearing information in the low 20 Hz range. That extra 5-10 Hz may not sound like a lot, but once you hear it on your own rig, you'll have big smile on your face.

    AVR's are a little harder. Denon, Marantz, Pioneer, and Yamaha are the safe bets for most people. All are good companies, and everybody has their favorite brands. Look for the bells and whistles that you want, and put less emphasis on watts.
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,768
    My STF-2 sounds great My VTF3-MK5 feels even better. Bass you can feel not just hear is the way to go. Then again I wonder if I'm damaging my house!
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

    Family Room:
    Samsung UN60H,
    Denon AVR-X4400H, Emotiva XPA3 GEN3
    Oppo BDP-93,Sony UBP-X800BM, Sony DVP-NS3100ES, WD Live HUB.
    Main: Polk Signature S60
    Center: Polk CSi-A6
    Front High/Rear High In-Ceiling Polk 80F/X RT
    Surrounds: Polk S15
    Sub: HSU VTF3-MK5

    Bed Room;
    Sony KDF-E42A10,
    Marantz SR5010, BDP-S270
    Main: Polk Signature S20
    Center: Polk Signature S35
    Rear: Polk R15
    Sub: HSU STF-2

    Working Warehouse;
    Sony 2100ES
    4 Polk RTi4 about 15' up the wall
    Old sony 12" Sub
    Mini tower PC with 400GB of music
  • cfrizzcfrizz Posts: 13,256
    Yes a SVS is worth the extra money.

    I have the sealed SVS NSD-12, and was watching Star Trek BluRay one night. Totally engrossed when I heard this thump, so I look around and what do I see? An empty box that was sitting on top of the sub down on the floor in front of it. Talk about cool!

    Just like with separate amplification, until you hear it in action, you don't know what you are missing.
    Marantz AV-7705 PrePro, Classé 5 ch. 200wpc Amp, Oppo 103 BluRay, Rotel RCD-1072 CDP, Sony Bravia KDL-40R510C TV, Polk S60 Main Speakers, Boston VR-920 Center Channel, SVS NSD-12 SB12 Subwoofer, Polk DSW 400 Subwoofer, Polk FXi-3 Surround Speakers
  • pkquatpkquat Posts: 627
    Right now SVS are the best bang and overall sound for the buck. That does not mean you have to jump in to them right away. Search craigslist or other places for something used to grow with. With a good sub even the 30-40Hz range has more impact without being louder.

    For amps, again used is a great way to start. I started with an old Hafler amp and pre-amp for ~$300 years ago. What a difference it was over my receiver and other systems. I have slowly grown my system over the years as deals have popped up. Now I have a Parasound amp and pre-amp. It also was an improvement over the Hafler, although, not as big of a jump in sound quality as it is in power and refinement. Should I decide to go with something else, I can probably get what I paid for it, or at worst, loose just a little.

    Everyone is great at spending other peoples money, but I have found most of the advice here is great. You may need to filter it a little for your immediate needs, but in general people will help steer you within a budget.
  • @alan78,

    I have the Onkyo TX-NR656, 6 months now and it has perform flawlessly. Is it a high-end or mid-high-end unit? no it isn't. All manufacturer have had problems with their units in the past and present. I had a 818 with the dreaded HDMI problem Onkyo had it repaired free of charge. I am new here, but have been coming in here for many years, the ole timers in here and long time members are a wealth of knowledge. I speaking for myself would recommend to research as much as possible on the gear your wanting.
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,768
    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

    Family Room:
    Samsung UN60H,
    Denon AVR-X4400H, Emotiva XPA3 GEN3
    Oppo BDP-93,Sony UBP-X800BM, Sony DVP-NS3100ES, WD Live HUB.
    Main: Polk Signature S60
    Center: Polk CSi-A6
    Front High/Rear High In-Ceiling Polk 80F/X RT
    Surrounds: Polk S15
    Sub: HSU VTF3-MK5

    Bed Room;
    Sony KDF-E42A10,
    Marantz SR5010, BDP-S270
    Main: Polk Signature S20
    Center: Polk Signature S35
    Rear: Polk R15
    Sub: HSU STF-2

    Working Warehouse;
    Sony 2100ES
    4 Polk RTi4 about 15' up the wall
    Old sony 12" Sub
    Mini tower PC with 400GB of music
  • Jimbo18Jimbo18 Posts: 2,029
    mrloren wrote: »

    If the OP passes on that deal, he should let the forum know, chances are someone will be interested.
    HT - Pio Elite SC-63, RT800i, CS400i center, FXi50 surrounds, Def Tech PF 15TL+, Belkin PF30, Samsung UBD-M7500.
    Bedroom - Sony STR DN850, Monitor 5jr+ Series2, CS300 center, Furez 10/2, Roku Ultra
  • Thanks for the link! I will pass. Wife wants the RTI's. So RTI's it will be.
  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 5,255
    mrloren wrote: »
    Here all the OP did was come asking which is better "T" series or TSi. Now we're moving him to RTiA

    AVR Marantz SR5009 $400 https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/marsr5009/marantz-sr5009-7.2-ch-x-100-watts-networking-a/v-receiver/1.html

    Front speakers RTi A3 $250 https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RTIA3C/Polk-Audio-RTi-A3-Cherry.html Will need stands but for room size these will work nice.

    Center CSi A6 $200 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Polk-Audio-CSiA6-CHERRY-RTiA-Center-Channel-Speaker-/391841680476

    Surrounds RTi A1 $200 https://www.crutchfield.com/p_107RTIA1C/Polk-Audio-RTi-A1-Cherry.html

    Sub HSU VTF2-MK5 $600 shipped http://hsuresearch.com/products/vtf-2mk5.html

    Total about $1850.

    That would do nice is the room size

    or he could go with the Signature packages

    boy we're good at spending other people's money

    This is a very good setup, especially for a smaller room. Here are some good stands: https://www.amazon.com/Sanus-Speaker-Stands-Bookshelf-Speakers/dp/B004STEH08/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1505932954&sr=8-11&keywords=sanus+stands

    I would check the polk ebay store for better prices, but this is a good deal!
    HT Rig:
    Denon AVR-X4200w; Peachtree Audio NovaPre; B&K TX4430; Bryson BPD-1; Mains: Dynaudio Emit 10; Center - Polk cs400i; Heights, Center Surround - Klipsch KHC - 6 In-Ceiling; Surrounds - Monoprice in-ceiling; Sub - HSU VTF-2 MK5; LG UP870 4K BDP; NVidia ShieldTV
    ;
    Master Bedroom
    Marantz SR-5007; Parasound HCA-1000A, PSB Imagine B, NHT Super One CI surrounds, Martin Logan Dynamo (original), Squeezebox Touch
  • mikeyb128mikeyb128 Posts: 2,823
    F1nut wrote: »
    alan78 wrote: »
    A few post back someone mention the RTi's need an amp to sound good....An actual external amp separate from an AVR?

    I'm running RTiA 7 fronts, a CSiA 6 center and FXiA 6 rears using a Pioneer Elite AVR crossed at 80Hz to the sub. This is an HT rig only. The Pioneer has no problem driving the speakers, but keep in mind that Pioneer Elite AVR's put out their rated power with all 5 channels driven and only drop slightly with 7 driven. With lesser AVR's you would likely benefit from an amp.

    Have to agree with this. The elite AVR was bench tested with 9 channels driven, and only dropped to 109 WPC from 130, and this was one of their mid level SC series models. I picked up my SC 85 brand new in box for 550$. Those receivers have a surprising amount of power, not to mention the MCCAC can be tweaked anyway you want by the user.
    2 channel:
    Bryston 4B3, Bryston BDA3, Cary SLP05, Shanling CDT1000SE with parts conneXion level 2 mods, Nottingham analogue ace space 294, soundsmith Carmen MKii, Zu DL103 MKii, Ortofon MC 20 MKii, Dynavector XX2 MKii, Rogue Audio Ares, Core power technologies balanced power conditioner, Akiko Corelli power conditioner with Akiko Audio HQ power cable, Nordost heimdall 2, Frey 2, interconnects, speaker and power cables, Focal Electra 1028 BE 2, Auralic Aries Femto, Black diamond racing cones, ingress audio level 1 roller blocks, JL Audio E110 with Auralic subdude, Primacoustics room treatments.
    Theater:
    Focal Aria 926,905,CC900, SVS PB ultra x2. Pioneer Elite SC85, Oppo BDP93, Panamax M5400PM, Minix neox6, Nordost Blue heaven LS power cables.

  • @alan78,

    Not to derail your thread, but you are getting a ton of excellent advice and excellent tips on gear from the ole timers and others on your thread. I have to say those links that (rooftop59) posted are some excellent choices. I myself am having a hard time Not clicking the on the buy on that Marantz unit. 4 bills, pre-amp outs to boot.
  • Would that marantz power rti A5's? At 100watts seems kind of low...
  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 15,587
    alan78 wrote: »
    Would that marantz power rti A5's? At 100watts seems kind of low...

    For the price you could easily get a real power amp to pair with your speakers. That's a big bonus.
    audiothesis.com/

    Speakers: Harbeth: 30.2, SHL5+; Usher: Be-10, T-515; Rosso Fiorentino: Elba, Pienza, Certaldo, Fiesole, Volterra; Polk: T50, Signature S15, RTA 15tl, RTi12; Sonner Audio Allegro Unum, Legato Unum, Legato Semis, Legato Duo; Emerald Physics CS-2.8; Klipsch KLF-20
    Preamps: Shuguang S200MK, Dayens Ampino, Parasound P5
    Amps: Shuguang S845MK, Dayens Ampino Monoblocks, Parasound A23
    Integrateds: Triode Corporation TRV-88SER, MastersounD: BoX, Dueventi, Compact 845, Evolution 845; North Star Design Blue Diamond
    Sources: AURALiC Aries, Denon HEOS Link, North Star Design: Magnifico, Supremo, Incanto, Intenso, Venti
    Cabling: Wireworld
    TV: Sony XBR-75X940C
  • UpstatemaxUpstatemax Posts: 2,272
    alan78 wrote: »
    Would that marantz power rti A5's? At 100watts seems kind of low...

    All I'll say is this, my local dealer just dropped the Marantz line because of non-stop issues and poor follow through from Marantz...
    Living room:
    Samsung PN50B860 50" Plasma : XBOX One : Roku Ultra : Oppo UDP-203 : Pioneer Elite SC-87 : APC H15 : Focal 806V mains : Focal 806V Surrounds : SVS SB2000 : SVS SB12-NSD

    2Ch:
    Sonus Faber Venere S : Parasound HCA 1500A : Oppo UDP-205 : Furman Elite 15 DM i : Sony XBR 55X810C Monitor :
  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 5,255
    Upstatemax wrote: »
    alan78 wrote: »
    Would that marantz power rti A5's? At 100watts seems kind of low...

    All I'll say is this, my local dealer just dropped the Marantz line because of non-stop issues and poor follow through from Marantz...

    What brands does s/he possibly carry? Online high-end stuff?
    HT Rig:
    Denon AVR-X4200w; Peachtree Audio NovaPre; B&K TX4430; Bryson BPD-1; Mains: Dynaudio Emit 10; Center - Polk cs400i; Heights, Center Surround - Klipsch KHC - 6 In-Ceiling; Surrounds - Monoprice in-ceiling; Sub - HSU VTF-2 MK5; LG UP870 4K BDP; NVidia ShieldTV
    ;
    Master Bedroom
    Marantz SR-5007; Parasound HCA-1000A, PSB Imagine B, NHT Super One CI surrounds, Martin Logan Dynamo (original), Squeezebox Touch
  • UpstatemaxUpstatemax Posts: 2,272
    NAD, Rotel, McIntosh, Sony, Yamaha...

    They can get just about anything you want in terms of consumer electronics and they have a nice selection of higher end stuff.
    Living room:
    Samsung PN50B860 50" Plasma : XBOX One : Roku Ultra : Oppo UDP-203 : Pioneer Elite SC-87 : APC H15 : Focal 806V mains : Focal 806V Surrounds : SVS SB2000 : SVS SB12-NSD

    2Ch:
    Sonus Faber Venere S : Parasound HCA 1500A : Oppo UDP-205 : Furman Elite 15 DM i : Sony XBR 55X810C Monitor :
  • What about this for the A5's?

    www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/denavrx3300w/denon-avr-x3300w-7.2-ch-x-105-watts-networking-a/v-receiver/1.html

    The 4300 seems way more than I need. I'll never need 9 2 channel...ever so if I can save 200 bucks I'm game.
  • rooftop59rooftop59 Posts: 5,255
    alan78 wrote: »
    What about this for the A5's?

    www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/denavrx3300w/denon-avr-x3300w-7.2-ch-x-105-watts-networking-a/v-receiver/1.html

    The 4300 seems way more than I need. I'll never need 9 2 channel...ever so if I can save 200 bucks I'm game.

    I think that's a great option. It has preouts for future upgrades. I will say that I think that the marantz has a bit better synergy with the RTis due to its warmer sound signature...
    HT Rig:
    Denon AVR-X4200w; Peachtree Audio NovaPre; B&K TX4430; Bryson BPD-1; Mains: Dynaudio Emit 10; Center - Polk cs400i; Heights, Center Surround - Klipsch KHC - 6 In-Ceiling; Surrounds - Monoprice in-ceiling; Sub - HSU VTF-2 MK5; LG UP870 4K BDP; NVidia ShieldTV
    ;
    Master Bedroom
    Marantz SR-5007; Parasound HCA-1000A, PSB Imagine B, NHT Super One CI surrounds, Martin Logan Dynamo (original), Squeezebox Touch
  • Oldschool59Oldschool59 Posts: 67
    edited September 2017
    @alan78 ,

    Marantz, Yamaha, Onkyo, NAD and others have had HDMI problems and other issues. Doesn't mean that they are putting out junk for lack of a better word. Bad quality control happens, it happen to the best of them. I had a NAD per-pro 7.1 processor cost me 3 g's after 1 month of use it developed HDMI issues. Again not trying to derail your thread, point being, just like everything else be it a vehicle motorcycle or toaster oven thing go wrong. As for that Marantz rooftop59 posted the link to, is better unit than the one I have now so to speak. @rooftop59..I thank you for your research, as for me? I am still staring at that Marantz Unit on accessories4less trying my best not to hit the buy on it..But knowing me? Come the 29th of this month if that unit is still available it will be sitting in my audio rack. Then add a 5 x 200 amp. Best if luck to you alan78 with your endeavor. Keep an open mind with your gear choices and research!

    PS..that Marantz unit with the link posted to it I believe doesn't have the latest greatest Dolby Atmos and DTS X, but like you I have no use for a 9 + channel unit. I did see a nice Pioneer Elite for the same price and a Denon unit also.
  • mrlorenmrloren Posts: 1,768
    edited September 2017
    Jump on the Adorama signature package and the Denon AVR3300AVR, add either SVS or HSU sub and be done. Going from a HTiB you will be floored.

    Have two Marantz SR5010 from A4L, no problems. My 17 year old son play's his hip hop loud on them too.


    When I was a kid my parents told me to turn it down. Now I'm an adult and my kids tell me to turn it down.

    Family Room:
    Samsung UN60H,
    Denon AVR-X4400H, Emotiva XPA3 GEN3
    Oppo BDP-93,Sony UBP-X800BM, Sony DVP-NS3100ES, WD Live HUB.
    Main: Polk Signature S60
    Center: Polk CSi-A6
    Front High/Rear High In-Ceiling Polk 80F/X RT
    Surrounds: Polk S15
    Sub: HSU VTF3-MK5

    Bed Room;
    Sony KDF-E42A10,
    Marantz SR5010, BDP-S270
    Main: Polk Signature S20
    Center: Polk Signature S35
    Rear: Polk R15
    Sub: HSU STF-2

    Working Warehouse;
    Sony 2100ES
    4 Polk RTi4 about 15' up the wall
    Old sony 12" Sub
    Mini tower PC with 400GB of music
  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 15,587
    Upstatemax wrote: »
    NAD, Rotel, McIntosh, Sony, Yamaha...

    They can get just about anything you want in terms of consumer electronics and they have a nice selection of higher end stuff.

    Can you elaborate on which product lines are having the issues? Is it just the receiver market or is the reference line also having problems?
    audiothesis.com/

    Speakers: Harbeth: 30.2, SHL5+; Usher: Be-10, T-515; Rosso Fiorentino: Elba, Pienza, Certaldo, Fiesole, Volterra; Polk: T50, Signature S15, RTA 15tl, RTi12; Sonner Audio Allegro Unum, Legato Unum, Legato Semis, Legato Duo; Emerald Physics CS-2.8; Klipsch KLF-20
    Preamps: Shuguang S200MK, Dayens Ampino, Parasound P5
    Amps: Shuguang S845MK, Dayens Ampino Monoblocks, Parasound A23
    Integrateds: Triode Corporation TRV-88SER, MastersounD: BoX, Dueventi, Compact 845, Evolution 845; North Star Design Blue Diamond
    Sources: AURALiC Aries, Denon HEOS Link, North Star Design: Magnifico, Supremo, Incanto, Intenso, Venti
    Cabling: Wireworld
    TV: Sony XBR-75X940C
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