The Thor Audio components (pre and phono?) were also prominently featured
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TV guide magazine did a feature about the House house and totally omitted the stereo. This was strange as there seemed to be an effort to emphasize the fact that he listens to vinyl.
Its funny to see Hugh Laurie called "the thinking womans' sex symbol" after knowing him from " Blackadder" and " Jeeves and Wooster". In both he he masterfully portrays a complete buffoon. Also in both he worked with Stephen Fry who happens to be in the movie I caught this afternoon "V for Vendetta". Cool flick.
...but I missed all this the first time around. I happened to have put it on my PVR. Sure enough, the speakers are near the piano (though there appears to be no good listening chair aimed toward them). The electronics are in the bookshelf to the left of the entry door and the turntable on the shelf below the Thor gear, with about 25 records. Of course, no speaker wire in sight. Couldn't tell if a SOTA was still in his office as well.