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My home theatre (62 photos)(5.0) (84 ratings)
Viewing behind the SVS subwoofer with the high end Nordost Cinemaflex Bassline subwoofer interconnect and the ultra hi-end Nordost Brahma feeding it over 100 octane of current for that full bodied, lightening-fast response, and smooth powerflow.
Uploaded Sep 02, 2011 22:23:50
The system complete as of May 2013
The system consists of .......
Panasonic 50 inch G-series Plasma Monitor
Klipsch RC 52 center channel
Klipsch RF 82 main towers on 4 inch mapleblock platforms with #5 Vibrapods
Klipsch RS 42 main surrounds
Klipsch S2 surround backs
SVS PB 13 Ultra subwoofer with Nordost Brahma Power Cord and Nordost Cinemaflex Bassline Interconnect
Motorola 160g DVR on #2 Vibrapods
Samsung BD-C6500 7.1 blu-ray player with Nordost BC Sort Kones, Mapleshades Hemispherical Heavyhat brass dampening weights and 1.5 inch mapleblock shelf
Panamax M10-HT Pro linear power conditioner
Quantum Resolution QV2 AC line harmonizer on main outlet
Quantum Resolution QV2 AC line harmonizer on Panamax conditioner
Onkyo 906 AVR with Nordost Blue Heaven Power Cord
Outlaw model 7500 5 channel power amplifier with Nordost Vishnu Power Cord
Uploaded Mar 03, 2013 20:52:16
A view behind the mighty PB13 Ultra with the Nordost Cinemaflex Bassline subwoofer interconnect and Y-Adaptor along with the venerable Nordost Brahma power cord. Nordost makes excellent cables for any application.
Uploaded Mar 03, 2013 20:52:30
Viewing the backside of the Ultra 13 with the Nordost Cinemaflex Bassline Interconnect and the Nordost Brahma power cord.
Uploaded Sep 30, 2011 23:53:35
This is the Quantum Resolution Technologies QV2 AC Line Harmonizer. Nordost is the parent company of QRT and they are addressing new ways of clean power. This unit costs $375.00 and submits carefully calculated 60hz pulse waves back into the AC line to correct 60hz electrical waveforms. This results in a clearly improved 3 dimensional soundstage and a noticeably improved picture. My Outlaw sounds 3 dimensional, my 13 Ultra sounds smoother and cleaner, my Plasma now has blacker blacks...contrast ratio solidly improved with deeper, richer color and a more lifelike picture. This unit should be plugged in the wall next to the power distribution center. A second unit is plugged in any free outlet on your power distribution center for a "quantum" improvement. This thing, my home theatre friends, really does work. It is NOT a gimmick.
Uploaded Jul 19, 2011 00:51:35
A close up shot of the Outlaw 7500's two massive 1.6kva toroidal transformers. Each of those capacitors is 15,000mf in size and there are 10 in all. This amplifier pushes out tremendous power at an ultra-clean lightening-fast speed.
Uploaded Aug 11, 2011 21:45:21
At 160 lbs the PB 13 Ultra is a backbreaker to move. You will need two able bodied people to lift this thing on the Auralex pad. Robaxacet or Tylenol 3 should have been sent with my order. The sound is solid even at very low volumes late at night.
Uploaded Aug 30, 2011 14:39:36
An overhead shot showing just how large this subwoofer really is. Fit and finish are a perfect 10.
Uploaded Feb 23, 2012 21:00:29
A forefront shot of the mighty PB13Ultra. 1kw RMS and 3.6kw dynamic power.
Uploaded Feb 23, 2012 21:00:36
Top shot of the massive SVS PB13Ultra. Producing 1000w rms and 3600w dynamic power, once this thing fires at reference level not even a call from the Governor will save you.
Uploaded Mar 03, 2012 20:20:07
Full array of surrounds which include RS42s as mains and S2s as backs.
Uploaded Mar 03, 2012 20:20:15
Klipsch RS42 main surround with S2 in background.
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The new Klipsch RS42 main surround.
Uploaded Mar 03, 2012 20:20:33
Klipsch S2 surround back with RS42 surround main in the back.
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The Outlaw 7500 completely replaces ANY AVR as a main power supply. At $1600 it is a huge bargain for sonic fidelity.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:05:52
One of two 1.6kva ATI transformers.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:12:43
Side close-up of the transformers and capacitors
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:12:50
Front quarter view of the Outlaw amp. There is a lot of heatsink that Outlaw designed in aiding the cooling function. No noisy fan needed.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:05
The sonic detail of the Outlaw 7500 is simply divine. Watching a movie even late at night is sweet as this awesome component supplies the 5 Klipsch Reference speakers with enough current to bring out the most detailed nuances.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:12
Close up of the left side of the transformers showing the discreet circuit boards and capacitors.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:19
A total of 3.2kva in two transformers and 150k mf of capacitance
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:26
Overhead front quarter view. My poor wall circuits have to dish out the food for this hungry power station.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:34
A nice top view from the front side of this monster.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:13:41
Rear connections on the Outlaw amp
Uploaded Feb 27, 2013 21:20:53
Everything is now hooked up to the Panamax M10-HT Pro linear power conditioner. From the left is the Nordost Blue Heaven power cord for the Onkyo AVR. Next to it is the Nordost Vishnu for the Outlaw power amp, next is the Nordost Brahma for the SVS subwoofer, after that is the Nordost QV2 line harmonizer for the Panamax (a second QV2 is on the spare outlet above where the Panamax is plugged into). The power cord for the plasma has not been replaced yet. Last two are the power cords to the Bluray player and Motorola DVR. Between the Brahma and the QV2 will be two Shunyata Research Venom power cords for the upcoming Outlaw 2200 monoblock amplifiers for the complete separates 7 channel Outlaw power.
Uploaded May 19, 2013 00:19:04
Here is the blu-ray player now suspended on Nordost BC Sort Kones. The Sort Cones both isolate the player from external vibration and more importantly drain internal mechanical resonance occuring in the player ultimately providing an expanded soundstage with greater detail in both the audio and video performance. A 1.5 inch mapleblock shelf is included for vibration drainage as well as Mapleshades Hemispherical Heavyhat brass dampening weights on top.
Uploaded May 19, 2013 00:19:11
Bluray Player with Nordost BC Sort Kones on 1.5 inch mapleblock with Mapleshades Brass dampening weights. This is very effective for making sound transparent and tight. Great for the picture too.
Uploaded May 19, 2013 00:19:19
Nordost Vishnu for power amp and Nordost Brahma for subwoofer now plugged straight into the wall. No dynamic limiting.
Uploaded Nov 14, 2010 23:02:10
Klipsch Reference speakers are well suited for home theater. The RF-82s provide a solid soundstage, especially when driven by the power amplifier.
Uploaded Nov 15, 2010 17:50:46
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The 1kw Sledge amplifier is nicely put together and very easy to go through the submenus for set up. This unit has a top quality build and is very elegant.
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At 30 inches deep (including grill) the PB 13 Ultra is very deep. Solid penetrating LFE hits you hard with no boomy sound. It gets it's help from a Nordost Brahma super power cord.
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My little system as of August 11, 2011
The SVS is a loaded gun with the remote in the hands of a small child....or a basshead.
Uploaded Aug 12, 2011 12:47:39
White cloth protective bag just removed and the big Ultra is ready to go onto the Auralex Great Gramma Pad.
Uploaded Aug 12, 2011 12:47:49
The 13.5 SVS proprietary driver weighs 60 lbs according to the SVS technician I spoke to. This is more than most subwoofers out there. The surround is made of Santoprene...a mix of Polypropalene and Rubber. It is very solid to the touch. Three tuning ports can be plugged. I have the middle port plugged and set on the amplifier's DSP settings for the one port plugged configuration. This is the best setting for ultra deep extension and absolute power.
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Overhead view of 160lbs of Capital Punishment. This monster packs 1000w of continuous power and 3600w of dynamic thrust.
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Outlaw model 7500
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:04:58
Top view of Outlaw power amp
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:05:06
This unit has incredible build quality. Glad I bought it.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:05:13
Rear shot of the venerable Outlaw 7500
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:05:20
Overhead view of amp. Although this amp is rated at 5x200wpc rms, the actual bench tested power is 240wpc all channels simultaneously driven at Outlaw's .03 THD rating.
Uploaded Mar 21, 2012 23:05:27
Here is the Outlaw amp with top off. The unit has two oversized toroidal transformers with 150,000mf capacitance and huge amount of heat sink. At just over 80 lbs this poses a mega effort to remove from the stand. Extra Strength Advil would help.
Uploaded Jan 28, 2013 02:03:05
Here is a cutaway model of the Sledge-powered PB 13 Ultra at a Las Vegas Trade Show showing its massive cabinet and 60lb motor magnet driver. One can see why SVS calls it "Ultra".
Uploaded Feb 06, 2013 15:23:46
A forward shot of the cutaway model showing the complexity of the 13Ultra's engine.
Uploaded Feb 06, 2013 15:23:48
Here is a side shot at a consumer fair showing the massive 60lb magnet motor structure of the powerful SVS PB 13Ultra.
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