Giovanni’s 13.2 Auro-3D
Bowers & Wilkens / REL Acoustics
Living Room Home Theater
B&W 803 D3s Mains
B&W HTM1 D3 Center
B&W CCM 663s Ceiling (x4) for Atmos plus (x2) for Auro3D VoG
B&W M-1 (x6) for Front/Surr/Surr Backs
B&W PX (x2) Wireless Headphones
B&W T1 Wireless Speaker For Tub Area
Rel 212 S/E (x2)
Sony Bravia 77” OLED A1E
Denon AVR x8500h
Arcam P349 (for LCR – by amp’ed)
Furman f2000 Power Conditioner
Oppo UHD 203
BDI Marina 8729 Cabinet
Verizon FiOS DVR
Savant Control System
Lutron Caseta Wireless
Lutron Serena Auto Shades
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Today I met a new audio friend that has a huge passion for great sound. Giovanni was very purposeful in every element of his theater. Now before you say he needs a bigger TV, keep in mind the Sony Bravia OLED is 77″. He does have plans in the future to add a 120″ – 150″ projection in front of the TV.
From the moment I walked in, I was immediately greeted with the most gorgeous home theater I have ever seen in person!
We demoed various content for several hours. The Guardian’s of the Galaxy in AURO-3D was very impressive.
In the movie FURY, the tank battle scene was INTENSE! The B&W 803 D3’s delivered detail and clarity of every gunshot with a very controlled top end. With every cannon blast, the REL 212 S/E subs were powerful, yet very balanced without being over the top.
I was extremely surprised how well the small B&W M-1 performed. We were running at pretty high volume and they remained crystal clear without distortion.
The system was designed by Dave Caradonna and installed by Magnolia.