HTC One M8
DLNA media streaming from HTC One M8 -> Sony BDP-S580 -> Yamaha RX-V2300
Dual CS-505 turntable w/ Technics cartridge
Carver TX-11 tuner
What, people spend money on cables? 12 Ga speaker cables and coaxial interconnects, that's it. Need something better than Monoprice bananas though - they get loose over time.
A decent surge protector. That's pretty much it. Me, spend money on a power cord? Ha!
Other Audio Equipment:
Bach Stradivarius Bb/F trombone
Isolation risers and ample bass trapping for the Ren 90s in the stereo room.
UMIK-1 calibrated measurement microphone + REW
Good rock. No hair bands, thanks. Much classic rock, new wave, '90s alternative, and a fair amount of electronic music - techno, house, big beat, trip hop, industrial, and more. No Eurodance or pop country (i.e. Hank Williams and Johnny Cash are good, Garth Brooks and Taylor Swift are not).
Also; jazz, rockabilly, blues, zydeco, ska, a little bit of early rap and hip hop (e.g. Arrested Development, Africa Bambaata, Beastie Boys), reggae, classical (particularly Holst, Wagner, and Beethoven), a little bit of classic vocal pop
Some of my favorites are the Beatles, Cream, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Talking Heads, Bob Marley, Brazilian Girls, Sam Cooke, Björk, Orbital, Fatboy Slim, the White Stripes, Louis Prima, Nine Inch Nails, Bauhaus, Smashing Pumpkins, the Cranberries, Pearl Jam, Rage Against The Machine, Kraftwerk, Taj Mahal, Traffic, and more than I can really list here.
Classic bikes, film cameras, watches, and computers.
Seiko fan in particular - my collection includes multiple Seiko divers and a thermocompensated quartz Grand Seiko.
I've got an IBM T221 DG3 monitor - the highest resolution monitor ever made (so far) at 3840x2400 (22.2" diagonal).
2010 Michigan State ME grad, studied at University of Skövde; now a pump engineer.