Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by bully, Oct 28, 2003.
^^^ that is way too cool looking!^^^
Hmm wonder what you could put in the empty spot?
Nice set! I would place those M-80's on top to give them some more fresh air
Is that Yamaha cassette deck for sale, if so, send me the details?
I don't know, it's not mine. Also, it's only allowed in the Barter Town section (subscribers only) to trade, buy and sell gear.
I would also not share my email address publicly
The decks you may want to check out for your stack are the K-1000 and the K-2000 (pictured).
I agree, I would leave space on top of the amps to let them breathe.
Maybe take out the eq and move everything up one space from on top of the amps?
That would look nice and balanced.
Either way, very cool setup and thanks for sharing!
Blank tinted polycarbonite panel with Red tuning forks and YAMAHA
love your setup aesthetically, but just as the others mentioned, u r BBQing those amps and everything on top of them
I have a bit of Yamaha gear as well
(2) P 2200 power amps
(2) P 2202 power amps
(1) RX-V590 reciever
(2) older Yamaha CD players
I know someone who would totally dig that system -
I have just realized,,,, need more Yamaha!
Yes, that would be me
Luv Darth Vader black Yamaha gear
Yes indeed! My Darthy B-1 as I type.
Sonically simply superb IMHO.
here is a pic of my amps
Grills off today...
I added carpet spikes last night and drums went from "nice and punchy" to full on artillery fire. I can't believe I hadn't tried this tweak sooner. Once I get my hands on a YDS-8 record weight and some stainless or brushed aluminum feet then I'll have completed the "Vader" look.
Kind of a teaser pic but maybe interesting to the guys who like the integrated amps.
The inside of my A-950 which is the Japan only version of the A-1000 (currently only two in the hands of AK'rs as far as I know).
On the bench...Fixing to reassemble the second channel.
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