Pics of your listening space

Discussion in 'Members' Systems' started by matel, Oct 16, 2007.

  1. KrautNotRice

    KrautNotRice Member

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    carl, looks great.
    Is your whole front wall carpeted?
     
  2. classic carl

    classic carl Got Vinyl? Subscriber

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    If you mean the wall behind the stereo, it's painted to look like wallpaper.
     
  3. cube-tube

    cube-tube Well-Known Member

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    Been too busy listening and haven't posted updates! LOL

    Removed the Yamaha tuner and in its place a brand new dbx Venu360 and completely bypassed the passive crossovers in the ML SL3's. HUGE improvements! Also running the JL sub through the dbx.

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  4. Drugolf

    Drugolf AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Dude, I want to hang out at your place!
     
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  5. Will S.

    Will S. AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Set up a second system in the sun room. Eclipse TD-M1 powered speakers, Energy Encore 8 subwoofer with a passive crossover to the mains, and a Bluesound Node. The sound is pretty amazing.

    The TV stuff isn't hooked up to the sound stuff yet. Still working out the best way to do that.
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  6. dyche01

    dyche01 "Buy high. Sell low" Subscriber

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    Come over any time! Bring some vinyl and we'll have a listening party.
     
  7. Drugolf

    Drugolf AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Great seeing the Model Six's being used in a bookshelf configuration. Have you been able to refurbish them as of yet?
     
  8. Nightwisher

    Nightwisher Farer In The Goldilocks Zone Subscriber

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    If the TV has a digital output, get an external DAC. If it has an analog output, just hook that into an input in the speakers (might need to get a RCA switch). If it has analog and digital, using an external DAC is best. Be sure your TV is set to PCM in the menu settings because DACs often can't handle Dolby Digital/DTS surround input.
     
  9. Will S.

    Will S. AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Yeah. It's actually harder than that. It's a real weak spot that the TD-M1s aren't really designed to work with a subwoofer. To make all this work as it is, I'm using the Node as a source and preamp. The Node passes analog output to a passive crossover to feed the sub and TD-M1s' analog input. The TD-M1's wireless capabilities are completely ignored. It's being used as a power amp and speakers only. Any solution that directly feeds the TD-M1s loses the subwoofer, which is suboptimal. The Node, on the other hand, doesn't have any real inputs. I think the only real option here would be to buy a real preamp. Not sure I want to do that.
     
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  10. angus67

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    Sony da80es, polk audio sub, earl 90's klipsch shelf speakes, pl-516.
    And then.....
    Sony str-4800, polk audio series shelfs, yamaha p550
    And then......
    A silverton, unknown age, organ grinder ontop
    And then.....
    My chair
     

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  11. kcline

    kcline Tube Audio Collector Subscriber

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    Since I need to replace the 7591's in the Fisher KX-200, I placed in the Tube Room System my HH Scott 299-C. This was a total restore about 5 years ago. It also sounds very nice in the current Tube Room system only connected Scott to Mac MR-78 tuner first time playing the Kappa 7.1 series 2 speakers, hope to place Scott in full system later this weekend DSCN0010.JPG
     
  12. cheehpogi

    cheehpogi It's better to burn out than to fade away.

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    That'she a big fog machine you got there,,, nice set up.
     
  13. angus67

    angus67 Member

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    Xcube2 uwell crown. U vape bro?
     
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  14. sunrayjack12

    sunrayjack12 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I have some TF 600's, those are nice speakers.
     
  15. cheehpogi

    cheehpogi It's better to burn out than to fade away.

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    I do, but not as stout as yours though.
     
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  16. C6Bill

    C6Bill AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    And for this weeks change lol

    Built a new stand. And Oz still loves Steely Dan ;)

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  17. mark warren

    mark warren Always Learning! Subscriber

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    Bill that's nice I bet that mac sounds unreal!:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
     
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  18. C6Bill

    C6Bill AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Thanks Mark, the C2300 just took everything else in the system to another level.
     
  19. Will S.

    Will S. AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Got rid of some junk, moved some more around and now I have space for a third system. Got some stuff out of storage for this setup. Surprised this little Emotiva mini-x a100 can drive the Magnepan MG12s so well. The sub is yet another Energy Encore 8.

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  20. freQ(*)Oddio

    freQ(*)Oddio We tried to talk it over but words got in the way Subscriber

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    temporary space , pretty small, put up curtains on the wall to try cover ugly flowered wall paper. 20170611_182955.jpg
     

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