Now YOUR own home can sound just like the Metrodome!

Photo from Craigslist posting.

The Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome may be falling to the wrecking ball,  but if you want to relive the thrilling games of yesteryear in living stereo, you can still buy the stadium’s sound system, salvaged from building: A St. Paul Craiglist posting is offering ” two fully functional collector’s items: high definition audio CPU’s pulled from the Metrodome.” Here are most of the details for the listing:

“These CPU’s were used to direct the sound in the infamously loud Metrodome (Mall of America Field). Both computers have Sound Director installed (program valued over $1999). Sound Director is used in professional sports stadiums all over the country. CPU 1 has over 60 GB of Audio Clips and Music used in the Metrodome and for University of Minnesota games including Minnesota Vikings, Gopher Football, and Gopher Baseball. CPU 2 has Sound Forge Audio Studio 10 installed (program valued over $499)

Both CPU’s have:M-Audio AP192K High Definition Audio Cards with Digital I/O and MIDI port
Asus E35M1-M Pro Fusion AMD
AMD Radeon HD 6310 Graphics
Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
RaidMax RX-630 SS Power Supply
232 GB Seagate Barracuda
Chenbro RM42300-F 1.2 Rack Mount Server CaseCPU 1 is valued at $2800 plus the music and audio clips
CPU 2 is valued at $3300

They’re $1,000 a piece or $1,500 for the pair, according the Craigslist listing. Hook up an amp, suspend some giant speakers from your ceiling and close your eyes and it’ll be just like being back in the Dome.