Originally built for demos for CSS directly, Bob at CSS made me a deal I couldn't resist. Met them at the Canadian border on Saturday and glad I rented a Yukon XL for the pickup, they are HUGE. 67" tall, 200 lbs each, pictures don't do them justice, the cabinetry and craftsmanship is majestic. And matching rear towers!
Vizio XVT-553SV tv (waiting for 4K to come down in price before I upgrade)
Sony DVD/VCR combo
Comcast Xfinity X1
WD Live TV (served by a 2x 2TB RAID 0 WD Red QNAP NAS)
Denon AVR-X4000 (installed last night, not pictured).
CSS Line Arrays (6x Aurum Cantus G2 ribbons, 8x CSS WR125ST mids, 2x CSS XBL 8" woofers, 150 plate amp per tower for the 8's) Mahogany finish.
Rotel RB-980BX (x2), one bridged per line array.
CSS rear towers, each contain a single Aurum Cantus G2 ribbon and 4x CSS WR125ST mids
Rotel RB-976 (x2) currently not being used (used to actively amplify my other mains, a DIY 3 way with RAAL ribbons and SEAS Excel drivers)
Acoustic Elegance OB15 (x6)
Peavey IPR2 3000 on the way (my IPR3000 DSP was just sent back due to development of fan noise)
I am likely going to put the AE subs back in storage for a dedicated listening room at our next home where the RAAL/SEAS diy system will be installed. For this room, I'll probably look for a big subwoofer to hide in the corner for LFE duties, maybe a SVS PB13 Ultra, etc. The line arrays have extremely full extension down to 40hz and below within a reasonable SPL level so I'm in no hurry.
I'd also like to build a matching center channel with four more WR124ST mids and an AC G2 ribbon. Just need to find a local cabinet maker to build one. I'm open to mailorder suggestions as well if someone has one to recommend. I was going to send a quote request to Selah Audio but probably can't afford that level of craftsmanship at the moment.