Pics of your listening space

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

  1. First you take me back to Dr. Dre when he "Let Me Ride" during my first year of college in '92 and then you seal the deal with the relaxing lamps. Even if you work full-time during the day, I'd bet you get in at least a couple of albums every evening in that space.
     
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  2. cube-tube

    cube-tube Super Member

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    Wow! Great looking little system, and absolutely love the looks of those L36's! That's the best looking pair I've seen in a long time!
     
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  3. Graphicalman

    Graphicalman New Member

    Hi everyone,
    I have only been here a few days and wow what a wonderful site, a total mine of useful information where I will be spending many hours of enjoyment reading comments and messages, but most of all the wonderful images that people have been sharing - keep it up and thanks everyone. So I thought as a small contribution from myself that I would treat you all to a look at my 40 year old British sound room with a bit of a modern twist.
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  4. Treyfus84

    Treyfus84 Well-Known Member

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    I agree....and you found those at Goodwill? Crazy! Love the minimalist setup its so clean.
     
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  5. Treyfus84

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    Very nice...clean!
     
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  6. MCM_Fan

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    Thanks, I made them myself - well kind of...
    Yes, I did, but this is what they looked like when I found them:

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  7. asilker

    asilker Bible Reader Subscriber

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    Some of you may have seen these before, but here's a few shots of what's going on in my apartment these days:
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    (more info in my thread here: http://audiokarma.org/forums/index....rrangement-photos.670989/page-8#post-10633096)

    Woody, I love every photo you've posted here. Your content is top notch.

    Sorry about the divorce, friend. I imagine it's difficult to break a home apart that way.
     
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  8. ilozv

    ilozv New Member

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    My new listening place is almost ready for jazz :) IMG_20170626_213528.jpg
     
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  9. Graphicalman

    Graphicalman New Member

    Hi, What amplifier are you using, it is not familiar to me here in the UK, but it looks like it may be Revox from the general design.
    I still have a Revox B77 half-track in the loft and hundreds of hours of tape, it has not been used for over 20 years, perhaps a project for the winter months to come.
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  10. ilozv

    ilozv New Member

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    Hi, it's a B780 receiver. Good stuff, but I had to recap it. It's better to do that with all B7xx Revoxes (including the B77) because Frako elkos are timebombs, and the Philips caps are usualy out of specs.
     
  11. elcoholic

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    Normally the living room system equipment is completely concealed in this cabinet. I'm having a hip replacement tomorrow so I'll be doing my listening here for a while until I can do the stairs to get to my listening room. To aid in my recovery I brought my TD-125 and Musical Paradise phono stage down and added the Stax adaptor along side the Schiit Lyr HP amp. I think I'm all set.

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  12. Bill Ferris

    Bill Ferris Super Member

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    Tri-amped Living room system.
    The 240 volt wired low frequency MC 1201`s for this system are in the sunroom. DSCN0037.JPG DSCN0010.JPG
     
  13. Wes_in_VA

    Wes_in_VA AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    My family room setup:

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    This version is using my rarely used Sansui AU-717. It needs servicing so I don't use it often but man, it sounds great. Usually it's an Onkyo TX-4500 mkii. Speakers are Cornwall II's right now but it's sometimes Polk Monitor 10's.
    The turntable is always a JVC QL-7 with an SAE 1000e cartridge.
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    With that setup and the TV and the comfy couch... I listen to this setup the most.

    You can see my DIY vacuum rcm on the far left.
    Oh yeah: the beer is an Oskar Blues IPA
     
  14. Wolverine

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    A quick pic of my office set up for my staff. Proton 440 tuner, Sherbourn amp and Minimus 7W speakers.
     

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  15. brad1138

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    Further evolution

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    Out of all the equipment in the rack, just what is in my sig is utilized for stereo listening. I do use a laptop as a lossless server along with Onkyo transport.
     
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  17. C6Bill

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    And now I'm done lol

    Since April I have changed out everything except the CDP. I think I found what I was looking for.

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  18. asilker

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    Looks lovely. The antique clock and radios look great too.

    Were you the fella with the big 18" JBL sub built into the chimney?
     
  19. C6Bill

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    Thanks but no. In a 12x14 room I don't have much need for a sub ;)
     
  20. 7.62

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    Last pic I'll be posting for awile. With the new tubes I have found my Phoenix.

    Never thought I could achieve this level of listening pleasure. For me it is pure bliss. IMG_1711.JPG
     

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