Mark Levinson No. 585 Integrated Amp Monitor Audio Silver Series 6 Speaker Pair SVS SB12-NSD Subwoofers (2) Okay, so it really isn't all together yet. Not until I get the Chromecast Audio set up and plugged into the Levinson's excellent DAC. But the components listed above are all finally in place, and I've been listening via Tidal (laptop and Schiit), and PRN over the Sony XDR-F1HD Tuner. Just as several AKers have been saying the last couple years or so, dual subwoofers beat the hell out of a single. Wow. And these are the best subwoofers I have owned, though admittedly my experience only includes a few brands - Klipsch, Velodyne and Paradigm. The Velodyne was a small 8" early servo model, not one of their best but good for the size and at the time. A few others, too - a Phase Tech that wasn't bad, and some other entirely forgettable odds and ends of Sonies or Yamahas. Some inexpensive Polks. None came close to these SVS for music, which is my focus - if they sound good for music, then they're fine for home theater. Not necessarily true for vice versa in my experience. This is also the best positioning I've had, beside the main speakers to the outside. I now have the best-sounding system I have ever owned. Dynamic, clean, and able to play at SPLs beyond my loudest levels without strain. This is the kind of sound I had in mind when I ponied up for the amp. Will it remain so for me over the coming weeks, months and years? I give that a definitely probable maybe. Woo-hoo! Camping happily in the recliner and enjoying music with nothing about SQ to irritate and distract me. Enjoying music, not analyzing sound or gear. Where I hoped to be, and hope to stay. OTOH, maybe I'll sell it all and start over next week.