The Golden Age of Audio made some monsters. The HD Age has brought some big'ones too. Vintage gear such as the Wintec R-1120 makes the big Sansui QRX-9001 look small which trumps a newer Nakamichi R-1 in comparing size. As does a Yamaha RX-V1400 and the like because every feature conceived is stuffed inside. I don't know about you, but I NEED "Hall- Concert- Sci-fi mode B- Church" options when I'm listening Air Supply or Iron Maiden on cassette tape or record or CD or DAT or LaserDisk or BluRay or BetaMax or 3 video tapes or on ITunes or Spotify or XM or FM or AM radio from my rig's main LR speakers up front and those at my side and in back and those way up in the ceiling, and especially in Room 3 because tone controls aren't enough. Bigger does not equal better and there's everything in between. But what are the biggest receivers ever made ? (yes a G-33000 counts since it can be one unit) And how and where did you keep them? Who makes a audio component cabinet with interior shelving for gear over 19" wide? Top to bottom : Wintec R-1120 stereo receiver, 24 1/8 inches wide x 7" x 19" including knobs. Sansui 8900ZDB, 22 1/4" wide. Sansui G-7700, almost 20" wide. Sansui QRX-777, 22" wide. Dual C830 cassette deck and Infinity 2500 speakers on stands. * They all work.