Michael Jackson’s Home Theatre System: An Issue for the World

While Michael Jackson died a horrible death aggravated by ill health and controversies, he is still hounded by the media relentlessly. The blogosphere and the Internet are abounding with stories about how he led an extravagant lifestyle and how it should matter to the rest of them that he liked to live luxuriously.

Several prominent luxury blogs that we would not like to name have also spoken about the supposed luxuries and spoils he has in his Neverland Ranch, and also surprisingly, his Holmby Hills Estate which is very close to the Playboy Mansion and Beverly Hills. Apparently, he had stuffed the house with over the top audio systems and home theatre system from DSI Entertainment. Crestron control system, Marantz electronics, M&K speakers and Lutron lighting control are some of the other luxuries he indulged in, if we must go by the way media goes.

Now, a musician of his stature deserves to spend a little more than the rest of us on home entertainment, shouldn’t he? Is it worth talking about the luxuries a dead celebrity enjoyed disregarde=ing the amount of pain he went through? Michael Jackson, RIP.

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  1. Yvette

    I am a die hard Michael Jackson Fan!! The way that he had spend his money was his business! He was THE KING OF POP to many. HE STILL IS IN MY BOOK!! He should be hear making music and enjoying life!! I do pray to God that he is at PEACE! No one will ever hurt or lie on Michael ever again! I WISH TO SEE MY LOVE AGAIN!! :-)

  2. prem

    i am a great fan of “MICHAEL JACKSON” i lome him i am so sad that he died.i wanna say only one thing to “M.J” that I LOVE U….

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