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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by edesignuk, Feb 8, 2008.
See here, via Engadget.
I can think of better appendages that would probably bring in more money too.
WHOA that's HUGE!
Well pretty sure I could live with out legs. Would just mean I'd arse around a lot
That may come close to paying for it and of course I'd invite you around so you could see what you'd get if you sold your legs too.
Spare a thought for the neighbours!
If you have a $6m home cinema, you don't have any neighbours that near by to worry about
FWIW, I think this one is nicer. [Looking]
Oh, I think you'd hear this across a few fields
pfffffft. Only cost half a mil ($). Amateurish at best
Yeah, but it's not the dollar-age, its how damn fine and strangely Appley it looks.
I don't know, I like the fact that in the $6m beast you can see everything that's making it work, and although all very technical looking, it's quite beautiful.
Yeah, that is very right. Just looks a bit cluttered. Totally contrasting styles between the two, but both look brilliant.
e's is better.
thats quite a set up, an electronic beauty to it.
and drool worthy.
What kind of little speakers are they using?
Icing on the cake? It can be controlled form an iPhone
This thing is truly a marvel.
Shame it looks like some overpriced, celeb infested über tacky night club!
well now I know that I'm sold on it.
But jokes aside, it does look amazing and I love the fact you can see all the electronics.
That's the exact reason why I dislike McIntosh amps.
Or, just go for the CRT/LSD combo.
Honestly, $6m to make it look like you're stoned...
Digital projector? Pfftt.. I'd rather have Panasonic's 150" "Life Screen" Plasma TV.
I'd rather not become deaf.