SWMBO would mot be pleased.all that real-estate lost to speakers, you can get a good 3 or 4 more units in there if you move them!
The Aux shelf I already added is just about at the limit my neck can support. But is is always a possibility, I guess.Beautiful collection of gear... keep going up! I see another horizontal shelf in your future.
Thanks, the above was 53 years in the making. Until I retired, my Sony ICF-2010 got me through for quite a long time since its purchase in 1991. Added the PL-660 and the ATS-909X when I sent the Sony off to Craig Sigenthaler at Kiwa. My first tabletop was a R75. The one in the pic was the cure for a case of sellers remorse.Wow thats some nice equipment you got there
I appreciate the info and I have thought about doing something very similar. But for now, I'll stick with my current arrangement that's simple enough for my simple mind.If you got a mixer you could feed the stereo output to only two speakers and then adjust the balance to get the spatial effect - then you would have room for at least two receivers, maybe more.......
I never really answered this part of your question. The computer speakers are for my desktop (lower) and my laptop (upper). For right now, I prefer this arrangement. The desktop supports the SDRs, of which I have a choice of the three I have connected to the desktop.I have a silly question. What if you took those glorified computer speakers and laid them down on their sides under the back of the monitors?