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    Today's dinner. Don't follow any particular recipe for anything, just keep adding what feels good to the marination and that's what makes this one of the most delightful things you could make with absolutely minimal effort/experience. Tasted sort of between tandoori and pahadi chicken and actually better than both. Sent from my ASUS_X01BDA using Tapatalk
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    Hey sure, I am running a 7.1.4 configuration and here's the set up currently. 65 LG C8 Oled Marantz 8012 11.2-channel home theater receiver McIntosh SL1 sub (It is old and have issues with this) DefTech BP9080x towers as L & R with Integrated 12" Powered Subwoofer and Height Module (I'm currently not using the upward firing Atmos speakers from the towers) DefTech CS9080 for center with Integrated 8" Powered Subwoofer and Bass Radiator (Currently not using the powered sub from the center) 2 x DefTech SR9080 Bipolar Surround Speakers for surrounds 2 x DefTech SR9040 Bipolar Surround Speakers for rear surrounds 4 x Micca 8C in ceiling speakers, 8 inch Few things, I have to get additional support for the towers to prevent vibrations going through the walls and pillars. So looking into options currently. I am also looking to replace my current old and dying sub, as of right now I am leaning towards the Rythmik F18, it is an18" sealed audiophile sub with 900WRMS amplifier. Also down the line, will be getting a premium 4K UHD player replacing my current LG UBK9 4K UHD. Here are some pictures. Sorry for the low quality and dark nature, I happened to take these randomly to send to few friends regarding the set up. This shows the towers and the center. The sub is on the far right corner of the room. You can also see the 4K UHD player sitting on the counter. Currently I'm using LG UBK9. That brick pillar is fake one that's been created to hang the surround left speaker and to make it seemless, also happened to get some fabric panels made as you see on the left. This is the surround right speaker on the wall between the two windows in the living room. Rear surround right speaker hanging from the ceiling, want to black out the wiring as well, so they don't look out of place. As you can see the ceiling has fabric across the living room to aid in the better acoustics. The same speaker. Both the rear surrounds are hanging from the ceiling as you can see the other one is on the far right side in the picture. All 4 Atmos speakers are in the fabric ceiling. 2 on the left of the seating and 2 on the right. The entire ceiling has been stuffed with rock wool on the inside for sound absorption and to prevent vibrations to some extent. The support hinges for the ceiling in the living has been made with ply to prevent rattles. Even with all these minor additions for better acoustics, I did get my first noise complaint last week . So I am looking to reduce the vibrations going to the floor through the speakers with some padding under the towers and the center. Anyway, that is all and should give you an idea of the space and the set up.
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