• 27″ LED-backlit TFT IPS (2560 x 1440 resolution).


  • 27″ iMac with 2.8GHZ quad-core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM, 120GB OWC Mercury Extreme Pro SSD, and 1TB hard drive.


  • Bush “Advantage Series A” modular furniture system


  • M-Audio Studiophile CX5 high-resolution active (90W) studio reference monitors atop Primacoustic® RX5 Recoil Stabilizers.
  • M-Audio SBX10 professional active (240W) subwoofer atop an Auralex Acoustics® Subdude HD isolation pad.
  • ALTEC Lansing expressionist BASS speakers
  • t.c. electronic® desktop konnekt 6 firewire audio interface and monitor control (24-bit/192 kHz sampling rate).
  • Zaolla® Silverline 1/4″ TRS-to-TRS balanced interconnect cables.
  • CAT-6 wired residence provides 50Mbps internet service via a DPC3000 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and TrendNet TEG-S80G 8-port Gigabit switch. Wireless Access point is a TrendNet TEW-670AP.
  • Furman PL-Plus DMC surge suppressors/line conditioner provides hardware protection
  • Lighting is high definition fluorescent by OttLite®

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Bush “Advantage Series A” modular furniture system


  1. Mohkul…you’re right regarding that the speaker placement isn’t ideal. I’d like to have them further back and positioned at an approximately 60-degree angle but the speakers’ sheer size precludes doing so. I’ve since moved them away from the computer somewhat to allow access to the DVD drive and memory card reader but I’m still experimenting with speaker placement locations to optimize fidelity while maintaining a degree of aesthetic appeal. It isn’t easy, I’ve found.