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My Audio Journey

Discussion in 'Members' Systems' started by 1ADSarge, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. Rach3maninoff

    Rach3maninoff Speaker Magnate

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    I know that living the gospel brings blessings, but you must be living extra clean to score a pair of Bozak Concert Grands for $50.00! I always enjoy this thread - Keep it coming!
     

     

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  2. nrocket

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    How is that DEF Tech Sub?
     
  3. MadcatSowega

    MadcatSowega Member

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    Wow, I have the smaller Bozak 302a's and LOVE them. I would kill to hear a pair of Concert Grands. I'm definitely jealous of your system dude. Verrry nice set up! Thanks for posting pics :D
     
  4. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    Thanks, I'll do my best!


    I love the heck out of it! This thing really does cover the rest of the low end very very well.


    Thanks for the compliment. The best way to describe the CG's is a very lovely, large wall of sound :D
     
  5. nrocket

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    Start a Youtube channel.

    This is my favorite thread on this forum. You should really start a YouTube channel series pretty much doing what you do here in show us your journey. It would be really cool to see a new video every couple of months of what your setup looks like at that time.
     
  6. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    Thanks nrocket! I really appreciate the kind words :)
     

     

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  7. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    New integrated in the system now. Fisher 800-C now took command and is sounding superb!
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  8. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    After doing some listening, I felt I preferred using my subwoofer with the setup. Streaming some Jazz off of Deezer at the moment. Here's a few more. Thanks Scott for the visit and the fine Fisher!
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  9. opt80

    opt80 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

    I like versions 1 through 20.Wow,it is like a trip through Audio Wonderland...$50. Bozaks,I'd P^ss my pants if I ever came across that kind of deal.Congrats and thanks for sharing.

    Alan
     
  10. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    Thanks Alan, appreciate the kinds words :thmbsp:
     
  11. nrocket

    nrocket Active Member

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    I find def tech to be very revealing even with the subs. Any issues with the sub and vinyl playback.
     

     

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  12. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    No, not really. I have the crossover set to around 45-50Hz and have the volume between 1/4 and 1/2 and its blends very well no matter the source. I have not had any rumble or feedback issues with the subwoofer. As far as vibrations being transferred to the turntable, the sorbothane discs I have underneath the turntable eliminates any possible vibration but to be honest, I don't have the speakers or subwoofer up loud enough to really worry about vibration transfer.
     
  13. skriefal

    skriefal AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    How is the subwoofer connected? To the Fisher's center channel output? Or speaker level?
     
  14. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    It's connected through the speaker output.
     
  15. TubeHiFiNut

    TubeHiFiNut Super Member

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    Wonderful thread! Looks like you have had a lot of fun on your journey.

    Regarding your latest: Noticed that you went back to the Cornwalls. Was that due to efficiency? Better match for the Fisher?

    Thank you.
     
  16. nrocket

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    Those actually look like a brand new pair of Cornwalls.
     

     

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  17. Catcher10

    Catcher10 Prog-tastic!

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    Super cool!!
     
  18. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    Well, I guess you could say they fell in my lap. I really did enjoy the older Cornwall Verticals so when I had this set come up, I decided to give em' a home. I think efficiency was in the back of my mind since I was looking at different tube amp options and could end up with a lower powered amp.

    They definitely were very well cared for!

    Thanks :music:
     
  19. stoutblock

    stoutblock If it sounds good, it is good... Subscriber

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    I've always wanted to hear a big fisher with the cornwalls. Please describe?
     
  20. 1ADSarge

    1ADSarge Der Bürgermeister Subscriber

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    I'd have to say silky, luxurious, gooey [emoji106]
     

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