With salvaged 14th century teak panels from India lining two sides and floor to ceiling windows perched over a wild grove of riverside trees, the environment is matched only by this system’s physical beauty with its glowing tubes and bright red turntable. For the subtle like King Crimson’s Moonchild to the sublime - Ravel’s piano concerto in G, the stage and musical dimensions are unmatched. From larger concertos to Coltrane to Metheny to Radiohead, the sound continues to bloom. But there’s a limit imposed by the room volume and reflectivity of the glass walls so for rock and metal and symphonies there’s another space and system.

Room Details

Dimensions: 17’ × 11’  Medium
Ceiling: 9’

Components Toggle details

    • Line Magnetic 508ia
    • Peak Consult Princess Signature
    • Rega P-3
    • Heed Audio PhonoStage
    • Auralic Aries Mini
    • Chord Electronics Ltd. Mojo
    • Auditorium 23 Speaker Cables

Comments 12



Love the doors!! Great system. Would love to hear the Ravel piano concerto in this room.


Hi there, admire your design choice for the front wall, appears at least in the pic, to defer away from the components. A tikka masala, and glass of Taj beer,
to prepare for and evening of music.
 Happy and indulgent listening.


Finally, my mausoleum.  Please, just put my ashes in a corner.  I won't take up much room, and I'll never complain about music selection.  Truly beautiful!


How beautiful , absolutely beautiful......


I love that room! The panels look great...


Beautiful room !


Agree with Tablejockey... beautiful room and set-up! Make that wall a focal point!  Just a few, movable acoustic panels might be nice for evening listening.  Really nice room!


One of the coolest and most beautiful room aesthetics and systems ever!

The India-source decorative wood panels are a stroke of genius.


It’s setups like this that keep me coming back to the Virtual Systems page.  Awesome space and collection of components.  Nice to see another Heed owner, and using a Chord Mojo in the chain.


I often chose aesthetic over function.

Have you ever considered putting the rack to either side to admire the beautiful wood? It subjectively will open up the presentation also.

A couple of nice plants and the speakers are all I would want to see in that nice room. Maybe pull them out a little more, and a wee bit closer together, away from the highly reflective side walls.

Fabulous room!


Those teak panels are absolutely stunning! The room itself looks incredible and very nice system as well. Thanks for sharing but more pics would be great.


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