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post #151 of 949 Old 10-01-2010, 07:36 PM
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i'm jealous of just about everything posted so far


That headphone stand you have there looks suspiciously like my grandma's banana hanger...

There's something to be said for small near-field setups like that. I have a couple of small Mirage AVS-200 speakers on my desk with an 8" sub for while I'm on the 'puter (a lot) and it's definitely nice little setup. Surprising actually...
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My Meridian stereo listening room. DSP8000s, 808.3 player/preamp, Marantz DV9600 for SACDs and DVD-As, and JL Audio F113s to smooth out the bass. I'm resisting my family's pressure to put in a projector. Some day, maybe.

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My Meridian stereo listening room. DSP8000s, 808.3 player/preamp, Marantz DV9600 for SACDs and DVD-As, and JL Audio F113s to smooth out the bass. I'm resisting my family's pressure to put in a projector. Some day, maybe.

Sweet...that's a nice space.

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First photo:
On the left, Top to bottom:

Teac V-450X Cassette Recorder
Sony CDP-261 CD Player
Sony STR-AV 460 Audio Reciever

On the right, top to bottom:
Kenwood KD-491F Belt Drive Turntable
Pioneer DV-440 DVD Player
Hitachi FX621 VHS Recorder

2nd photo is a view of the living room where The Wall of Sound resides taken in June before the better gear was installed.
Crappy Soundesign AM/FM/Dual Cassette/Turntable (only used to accomodate speakers until I cut off the plugs to use for the Sony reciever)
Panasonic CT-27 622 Television
Panasonic 1970s Speakers (model number unknown)-They sound fantastic for their age!
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First photo:
On the left, Top to bottom:

Teac V-450X Cassette Recorder
Sony CDP-261 CD Player
Sony STR-AV 460 Audio Reciever

On the right, top to bottom:
Kenwood KD-491F Belt Drive Turntable
Pioneer DV-440 DVD Player
Hitachi FX621 VHS Recorder

2nd photo is a view of the living room where The Wall of Sound resides taken in June before the better gear was installed.
Crappy Soundesign AM/FM/Dual Cassette/Turntable (only used to accomodate speakers until I cut off the plugs to use for the Sony reciever)
Panasonic CT-27 622 Television
Panasonic 1970s Speakers (model number unknown)-They sound fantastic for their age!

You are definitely a music lover. Have you ever tried placing your speakers at ear height more than six feet apart? I say this because this is the recommended, have a look at the other setups here, for the best sound. Or just google best placement of speakers.

The other recommendation, invest in a good equipment rack. Can be anything, lean to shelves at Target, etc.. Visually, it looks like you have a pile of electronics in the corner.. You got a nice CD shelf, why skip out on your equipment?

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That headphone stand you have there looks suspiciously like my grandma's banana hanger...

There's something to be said for small near-field setups like that. I have a couple of small Mirage AVS-200 speakers on my desk with an 8" sub for while I'm on the 'puter (a lot) and it's definitely nice little setup. Surprising actually...

It is indeed a banana hanger I am on my computer a lot as well, so that's my primary area of concern. I'm still using a take classic 5.1 set for the "theater."

I have rearranged slightly, so the speakers aren't so close to me:
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...3#post18820773

I am interested in getting a somewhat larger sub, but that won't happen for awhile.

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You are definitely a music lover. Have you ever tried placing your speakers at ear height more than six feet apart? I say this because this is the recommended, have a look at the other setups here, for the best sound. Or just google best placement of speakers.

The other recommendation, invest in a good equipment rack. Can be anything, lean to shelves at Target, etc.. Visually, it looks like you have a pile of electronics in the corner.. You got a nice CD shelf, why skip out on your equipment?

I've been a lifetime music lover. I play guitar, drums, and a good sound engineer too.

My dad and I live in a 100-year old house and have neighbors downstairs and I'm self-conscious of having it a bit loud, even though we all love the same music. I'm not worried at having it at ear height since I can hear it all over the apartment. The living room isn't that big, especially with the slanted ceilings. I can spread the speakers apart a little further but the right one would be in front of the entry door (just out of frame on the right). It still sounds great to me, especially compared to that crappy Soundesign combo that's in the 2nd pic. We had a shelf rack for all the old gear but it's too tall to fit where I want it in the living room, so we just left it at the Old House. We also had big speakers there but we had to downsize and gave them to dad's friend out here. I would invest in something but we're always broke.

I really should toss that ugly yellow RCA boombox that doesn't work anymore, LOL!

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While not a dedicated 2/ch system, I always listen to music in 2.2

Not the most current pic, but you get the idea.

Overview:

Listening room is 12 x 17 x 8 with 2 openings. Equipment is set up on the 12' wall with ideal listening position on the opposite end of the room. All walls & corners are treated with 3 OC703 panels that address comb filtering and 1st reflection points.

Primary sources are HD Satellite DVR, Blu-Ray, and a Yamaha CD Changer. Digital media sourced from network server through Samsung PCS Manager. All feeding a Yamaha RX-V1900.

Mains are Martin Logan SL3's with updated panels and woofers powered by an Emotiva XPA-2.

Center channel is a Definitive Technology C/L/R2002 and surrounds are Mirage OM-R2's. Both powered by an Emotiva XPA-3.

Subwoofers are dual Epik Empires and a Tuba HT which is primarily used for movies extending low-end support in unison with the Empires.

Video is fed to a Samsung UNC558000.

Power feed care of (2) APC H15 Power conditioners.
Amps are run at 230 volts on a dedicated 30 amp line.

User interface with the help of a Harmony 900 remote.


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While not a dedicated 2/ch system, I always listen to music in 2.2

Not the most current pic, but you get the idea.

Overview:

Listening room is 12 x 17 x 8 with 2 openings. Equipment is set up on the 12’ wall with ideal listening position on the opposite end of the room. All walls & corners are treated with 3” OC703 panels that address comb filtering and 1st reflection points.

Primary sources are HD Satellite DVR, Blu-Ray, and a Yamaha CD Changer. Digital media sourced from network server through Samsung PCS Manager. All feeding a Yamaha RX-V1900.

Mains are Martin Logan SL3’s with updated panels and woofers powered by an Emotiva XPA-2.

Center channel is a Definitive Technology C/L/R2002 and surrounds are Mirage OM-R2’s. Both powered by an Emotiva XPA-3.

Subwoofers are dual Epik Empires and a Tuba HT which is primarily used for movies extending low-end support in unison with the Empires.

Video is fed to a Samsung UNC558000.

Power feed care of (2) APC H15 Power conditioners.
Amps are run at 230 volts on a dedicated 30 amp line.

User interface with the help of a Harmony 900 remote.


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Got a free entertainment center from down the street last weekend. I was really surprised that it was still out on the curb for the 2 days it was there. So i grabbed it and VOILA! I really like how everything looks now.
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Here a link to mine.

http://jeffreybehr.zenfolio.com/p610729623

It started as 2-channel.

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Here is an updated pic of my 2-channel rig now sporting a Conrad Johnson 16LS.

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Hello all. Lots of great looking systems posted! (Cool looking amps Wardsweb).

Here are some pics of my two-channel set up. The two-channel components received maximum priority in placement and setup. The HT part was best fit afterwards, and compromises had to be made. Yes it is difficult to mix quality 2-ch, and HT, and do them both right. But in the end, most of the compromise was in the HT side.





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Hello all. Lots of great looking systems posted! (Cool looking amps Wardsweb).

Here are some pics of my two-channel set up. The two-channel components received maximum priority in placement and setup. The HT part was best fit afterwards, and compromises had to be made. Yes it is difficult to mix quality 2-ch, and HT, and do them both right. But in the end, most of the compromise was in the HT side.


What are those speakers????

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What are those speakers????

Evolution Acoustics MMTwo.

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Evolution Acoustics MMTwo.

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Yes. Evolution Acoustics (and as CDLehner said, specifically the MMTwo)

http://www.evolutionacoustics.com/

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Yes. Evolution Acoustics (and as CDLehner said, specifically the MMTwo)

http://www.evolutionacoustics.com/

Didn't mean to steal your thunder; I just looked at the back, in your one pic there.

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Rutgar,

Nice setup. I love the Star Trek Tri-dimensional chess set! I have the same one sitting on my desk.

Regards,

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Didn't mean to steal your thunder; I just looked at the back, in your one pic there.

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LOL! I'm surprised you were able to read what it said on the speakers. I reduced the resolution of the posted pics so they wouldn't be larger than than a normal AVS page.

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Nice setup. I love the Star Trek Tri-dimensional chess set! I have the same one sitting on my desk.

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Yeah, I've had that set for close to 20 years. But I've never learned to play it. I have a hard enough time with regular chess!

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This thread is sticky worthy! Moderators?

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Front channels; Martin Logan Summit along side of Magneplanar Tympani bass panels, center channel Martin Logan Logos, subwoofer, Eminent Technology TRW-17 rotary woofer, rear channels Gallo Nucleus Micro (4) and side channels Gallo Nucleus Micro (2) and Spica TC-50 (2). Arcam AVR600 receiver (for front, rear and side channels. Mark Levinson M380s preamp, Audio Research D400 MKII driving Magneplanar Tympani bass panels. PS Audio Perfect Wave Dac and Transport; Oppo BDP-83 SE Blueray Player. Acoustics; ASC tube traps (36). Separate control room for equipment on separate concrete foundation. Room size 29' x 19' x 11'Attachment 195716

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Are those Lp's I see in your cabinet ? where do you hide your TT ?

FWIW you may be the first (and only) person I know of that combines two different types of Planars in one system, for two channel listening are you just using the Summits ?
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Eminent Technology TRW-17 rotary woofer


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Hi all, newbie here. I just joined the site after gathering some great info from the OPPO93 thread since I am about to purchase one real soon.
There are a lot of nice system pics in this thread. Here is mine, minus an addition of a Rotel 1050 used for it's tuner in main system and everything else driving family room and outdoor speaks.

Main components in this pic are:
VAC CLA1 MKII Dual Mono tube pre
Counterpoint NPS-400
Odeyssey Stratos (gets swapped with Counterpoint now and then)
Rotel RCD 1072
APC HT15
Onkyo Integra Tape Deck
Crappy Denon DVD player soon to be replaced with OPPO 93
Clearfield Continental Speakers (early von Schwiekert)
Dynaudio 82s (not shown - get swapped with CFs now and then)
Mirage OM-12 sub
JM Labs Tanta 509s (not shown - Family Room)
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The front speakers (Martin Logan Summits, Logos) and all the rear speakers are driven by the Arcam AVR600 receiver. The Magneplanar Tympani bass panels are driven by the Audio Research D400 MKII. I take one balanced output from my PS Audio Perfectwave Dac into my Mark Levinson M380s preamp which feeds the Audio Research power amp that drives the Magneplanar bass panels. The woofers in the summits are disabled (the Martin Logan bass speakers are not great for several reasons. First, I like powerful, well controlled, ambient, and bass that has the same dipolar radiation that the Summit electrostats provide. Imaging, spacial properties, bass that is very realistic is what I get with the combined speakers. I take another output from the preamp that feeds the Eminent Technology rotary controller that feeds the Rotary subwoofer. The Arcam receiver takes two channel information and provides a extremely accurate 7 channel output and the results are extraordinary. Peter Moncrieff of International Audio Review convinced me about the Arcam's ability to create a surround field that is simply awesome.
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Gallos Nucleus Micro speakers (6) and Spica TC-50 (2) Attachment 195917

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that's a lovely Barco there. Still kickin it old school? Is that an 808 or a 9"?
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