Anyone else into quality home audio? Not talking about the Panasonic home-theater-in-box stuff, but rather real stand-alone receivers, amps, quality speakers (B&W, Klipsch, Polk -- but for the love of god, no Bose!). I'm a certified Klipsch fanatic -- I think their signature sound is the way music is supposed to sound -- free from distortion, great clairty due to the horn design, and no so-called "warmth" -- which to me is code for fuzzy LoFi sound. But it's subjective and everyone is entitled to their opinion, no matter how misguided it might be :grin:. Got a pair of Klipsch KG 4s for the bedroom. Currently awaiting some new capacitors for the crossover (25 years will deteriorate the sound quality as the caps go bad), also upgrading the tweeter diaphragm to a titanium one. Gonna respray these bad boys, reattach the Klipsch badges and they'll be good to go. Classic 80s era speaker, love the look. Then I picked up some MINT KG 3.5s for the living room. On the hunt for KG 5.5s as well, so I can put the smaller 3.5s in the back and have the 5.5s as mains. Won't even need a subwoofer -- those 5.5s pack TWO 10 inch woofers each, and then the 3.5s each have an 8 inch woofer...come to think of it, I don't think I'm going to even worry about a center channel. By far the biggest non-essential item in a home theater, I think. These days, receivers do a great job at running a phantom center channel, dialog sounds just fine coming from the mains, provided they are "rangy" speakers...which Klipsch most certainly are. Plus, I'm more into stereo than I am the 5.1 or 7.1 home theater experience. Music is where it's at -- not much in life beats some rocking speakers in the living room blasting out some great tunes. Almost better than sex. But you could always have sex while blasting music, even better, ha. Didn't even get started on amps, receivers, etc, ha.