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post #391 of 844
*in my best George Takei voice*... oh my!
post #392 of 844
My main 2-channel in the living room.

post #393 of 844
That's awesome. Equipment list?
post #394 of 844
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Originally Posted by tmaschm View Post

That's awesome. Equipment list?

After seeing his many, many impressive systems, and his builds over at HomeBuiltHiFi, I'm sure his equipment list would be nearly a book.
post #395 of 844
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Originally Posted by tmaschm View Post

That's awesome. Equipment list?

The living room:

Clearaudio Champion II table w/SME309 arm and Benz Micro Glider cart
Shanling CD-T1500 SACD
McIntosh C36 preamp
DIY Windows based PC music server
PS Audio Quintessence power center
Shanling SP-80 mono blocks
DIY speakers http://wardsweb.org/audio/Widgets/
post #396 of 844
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Originally Posted by Wardsweb View Post

Here is my 2-channel vintage room. The horns are custom CNC machined from bubinga and billet aluminum.


Here is a page on the horn build.

http://wardsweb.org/audio/Smith%20Horn/

The gear pictured includes:
Kenwood KD-550 w/KD-750 arm
Krell CD-DSP player
SAE 2100L preamp
SAE 2200 power amp
Left of the preamp is a custom Bottlehead 6DN7 amp not in use
Right of the pre is a DIY LM3886 chip amp not in use
Speakers are modified JBL C50 Olympus, Custom JBL 2397 Horns and JBL 2405 tweeters.
post #397 of 844
What about the media room stuff....Jubilees on Ampzillas last I saw
post #398 of 844
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Originally Posted by Theonetruegreg View Post

What about the media room stuff....Jubilees on Ampzillas last I saw

Well I was only posting 2 channel stuff but now that you ask, here is my home theater/2-channel rig.



Samsung LN52A750 TV
OPPO BDP-83 universal player
Onkyo TX-SR607 receiver
Martin Logan Cinema center channel
EV DX-38 digital crossover
SST Ampzilla 2000 mono block amps (mains bass bins)
DIY LM3886 chip amp (mains horns)
Danley Sound Labs DTS-10 Subwoofer
Behringer EP 4000 amp (sub)
post #399 of 844
either that chair is really small or those speakers are enormous.
post #400 of 844
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either that chair is really small or those speakers are enormous.

Has to be a combination, jubilees were designed for full sized theaters, and that looks like a kids version of the poäng chair
post #401 of 844
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either that chair is really small or those speakers are enormous.

It is a child's chair. For reference, the TV is 52".
post #402 of 844
loving all of it !!!!!!!!
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post #403 of 844
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Originally Posted by Bob G View Post

loving all of it !!!!!!!!

Is this a Bond villain's lair?

Bob "G", huh? Or, should I say....Bob GOLDFINGER!!!!
post #404 of 844
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Originally Posted by Bob G View Post

loving all of it !!!!!!!!

Awesome. That's a vintage gear head's bachelor heaven. Very nice stuff you have there, Bob.
post #405 of 844
Updated pic..

post #406 of 844
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Originally Posted by dhoff01 View Post

Updated pic..

Niiiice.

Do you have room treatments elsewhere in this room? (maybe along the back?)

Have you tried room treatments at all?
post #407 of 844
Thanks NP. I generally don't use room treatments besides what I can tweak on my own. The room is 11x17 so it's set up nicely to begin with. I use a shag run in front of the one you see, and the cloth roman shades behind the system also work well. Beyond that, I have some plants positioned on the side wall and behind me. The room sounds great, so I see no need to tweak it and sacrifice the current aesthetics.
post #408 of 844
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Originally Posted by dhoff01 View Post

Thanks NP. I generally don't use room treatments besides what I can tweak on my own. The room is 11x17 so it's set up nicely to begin with. I use a shag run in front of the one you see, and the cloth roman shades behind the system also work well. Beyond that, I have some plants positioned on the side wall and behind me. The room sounds great, so I see no need to tweak it and sacrifice the current aesthetics.

Very cool. :-)
post #409 of 844
http://www.blu-ray.com/community/?action=stereo
http://www.head-fi.org/t/344355/pict...igh-end-system

There are other threads like this but these two are both great.

Enjoy
post #410 of 844
Some of my nightly pics, details of amps. and CDP I'll add later.

speakers: CANTON VENTO 807DC
amps. NAD C160+ 216THX
CPD: NAD 541i



post #411 of 844
My first post, Thanks, great site, I love horns and here My horn system




My other horn system

post #412 of 844
heres mine...



Speakers :Usher X-719 on DIY 120 Lb stands
Subwoofer : Rythmik F15 kit version
Amplifier : Cayin A-70T, 30 WPC Class A, KT88

Behind the scenes..actually inside the amp stand
Usb Hub
1 Tb, hard drive
1500 Automatic Voltage Regulator

Source : Acer Netbook into a $3 USB Hub then into a $29 Behringer UCA202 DAC
post #413 of 844
Small bedroom rig fed from laptop with pico DAC

post #414 of 844
Clean, beautiful system and setting.
Very well done.
If you dont mind can you list your components.
post #415 of 844
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Originally Posted by lotshires View Post

Clean, beautiful system and setting.
Very well done.
If you dont mind can you list your components.

Not sure if you are asking about my post or qguy’s post but mine is for bedroom rig so I can listen to music and read while my wife watches TV I use my laptop running foobar2000 > Pico DAC > Woo Audio 6 with Sophia Princess Mesh Plate 274B > Sennheiser hd650.
post #416 of 844
Kef R300 speakers, HK3485.
post #417 of 844
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Originally Posted by galvs View Post

Kef R300 speakers, HK3485.

Interesting picture . . . Nice color contrast. Is it a restaurant or you dinning room table? And what are the 2 silver colored vertical 'pipes'? Are they used to hold a limbo bar?
post #418 of 844
It's my office, the table is for small reunions.
The vertical 'pipes' are 'torches'.

post #419 of 844
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vertical 'pipes' are 'torches'.

Interesting setup...any more info on the "torches"¿
post #420 of 844
Torches are pvc tubes and compact fluorescent bulbs.
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