XMC-1 DIRAC Full; Oppo 105/Roku Ultra to Panny AE4000 w/106" screen; UltraRendu to LH Labs Geek Pulse X-Infinity; nCore nc400's or Prima Luna Premium Prologue to Maggie 1.7's; Rythmik F25; XPA-5 to CC-470v3 Center/ERD-1's; Thorens TD166 MkII/Denon DL207/XPS-1; 5-zone Sonos w/Def Tech AW5500's @ deck/pool/master bath & Sony SS-MB105/Polk R10 @ great room & kitchen. Two headphone setups: Hifiberry/BasX A100 and Allo BOSS/Schiit Asgard 2 (each to Senn 600's). PC w/Airmotiv 3b's. Roon user.
Made my decision, I’ll test this one for 30 days to make sure I made a great choice! First ride was a trip! LOL It’s been so damn hot! I may add a serious headlight to it ASAP!
From my camping days, I have 2 tent fly fiberglass poles that are close enough length to make a sun canopy.. Now if I can find someone with a sewing machine... maybe silicone-glue to make the channels. Plan to mount poles behind the plastic sides, then bungee the front, voila, shade. I found some LED headlamps @ Tractor Supply or Harbour Freight cheap & bright. Buddy put them on his golf cart.to hunt wild pigs.
Entertainment room: Anthem AVM 60, XPA-5 gen 2, Integra DTR-50.4, Monitor Audio Silver speakers & sub, Pioneer Elite Pro 730 calibrated, Vizio LCD, DTV, Sony UBP-X800 Bluray, Volumio server, Roku, Sony MDR-1A2 cans, DIY AC noise filters & isolation. Office- Denon, Monitor Audio Silver, Sony DVP-S7700 (CD player), Teac Cassette, Samsung 32" LCD, HTPC, Sennheiser HD cans
Wife was complaining about her eyes getting tired.and we started looking for a new Monitor for her business PC. She does alot of video editing. After reading about the dangers of "blue light fatigue" from poorly designed monitors, found BenQ monitors, designed for long work sessions & eye protection from retina burn.. So I bought 2. We switched from Viewsonic & LG to the BenQ and the difference was very noticeable. Recommend
Edit- After getting these monitors, got to thinking about entertainment displays (which is on my list to upgrade). It will be a feature I'll be look for. Probably be in most mid-to-higher end models. You may want to read about TUV Rheinland technology & Blue light hazard to save your family's eyesight. Who knew?