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finally a good setup with my CA-800

Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by parris, Dec 4, 2018.

  1. parris

    parris New Member

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    I haven't posted here in a long time only because if I had any questions looking at the multiple good threads would go a long way in answering them.

    I've had a few pieces of Yamaha gear for many years that I've been happy with except for the temporary way I've had to have things setup due to space etc. We finally reclaimed our basement family room from the clutches of "too much shit-itis". This meant that we could add a good tv, seating, etc to make it a good place to hang out in. The big thing for me is that it also meant that I've finally got a home for my gear that although for the most part modest I really enjoy. The centerpiece of the whole thing is my CA-800 that I've owned for just about 30 years.

    There's "better" gear out there I know but with the possible exception of the speakers and eventually turntable I'm pretty happy with how things have come together. Even after owning the amp for the time that I have I'm still gobsmacked at times with just HOW good the darn thing really lets the music through. Anyway here's a photo to share.https://photos.app.goo.gl/S99iMb4fSTDXuwfg8
     

     

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  2. avionic

    avionic " Black Knights " Subscriber

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    They do sound good..:biggrin:
     
  3. mbz

    mbz Super Member

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    The CA-800 is a nice unit, worth spending a little money on it sometime in the future. But first bring the rest on the system up to standard.
    Also, should you see a CA-1000 in the dumpster...
     

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