Make no mistake, we've seen some pretty astounding home theaters in our day, but it seems as if Jeremy Kipnis has not only pushed the envelope with his Kipnis Studio Standard (KSS), but flat out destroyed it. Sure, anyone with $6 million laying around could amass an impressive array of hardware, but this ISF-certified technician went the extra mile by assembling the entire system with an eye for detail -- with the intention of selling setups just like it. Just to give you an idea of what he's working with, you'll find a Sony BDP-S1 Blu-ray player, Toshiba HD-XA1 HD DVD player, Mark Levinson N° 51 DVD / CD Media Player, 30 McIntosh MC-2102 Amplifiers, 16 Snell 1800 THX Music & Cinema Reference subwoofers, 8 Snell THX Music & Cinema Reference towers, a Sony SRX-S110 4K projector and a 18- x 10-foot Stewart screen. If you think reading about it is mesmerizing, just wait 'til you hit the read link and take a look around.

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