Pics of your listening space

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

  1. CKDC

    CKDC AK Subscriber Subscriber

    Wall-E’s cousin?
     
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  2. MCM_Fan

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    Or maybe Number 5 from Short Circuit:

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  3. vishalk

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    Some major changes:

    You'll spot some british and favourite classics here, Quad ii, Leak stereo 20 and a pair of tl12+

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    DIY tube preamp based on a marantz circuit, Technics equaliser (i can hear the audiophiles now!), mistral preamplifer

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    Just fitting, wiring and putting it all together, yes the wife went a little loopy.
     
  4. kretinus

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    And the war on beige begins. In retrospect, I jumped the gun bolting the JBLs to wall prior to painting, but it's an easy cut except for the top.


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  5. btol

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    Very cool. How do you like that diy tube pre? If I'm not mistaken I think that's the one w/ 3 12ax7's that I've been seeing on the 'Bay for around two hundred. I've been tempted a number of times but never pulled the trigger.
     
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    Nice! Goin’ bold!
     

     

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  7. elegua03

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    nice brother
     
  8. vishalk

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    I really like the diy preamp, out of the box it's really well thought out, build quality is good and the parts are also very good. What i like about it is that it was a simple circuit (minimal parts) and easy to modify (i added different audiophile type components).
    And i really like the sound it produces, no residue noise or interference and quiet. I think you would be pleasantly pleased.

    I also used some matched mullards!
     
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  9. HarmanKardon

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    Beautiful carpet! ;)
     
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  10. kretinus

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    At the halfway mark. I was not fond of the trim and doors with the geige, I love the trim and doors with the red, and it sets the JBLs off nicely if I do say so myself, which I do.


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  11. rs732

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    I forgot to post this. The last time,I showed my pioneer gear occupying this space,but now that has been rack mounted. I don't keep my components stacked this way however I just wanted a photo of some of my Marantz gear. I recently sold my 6200 and 2230 which use to be located on the other side of this room.

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  12. Johnny 007

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    Nice speakers. I used to have some of those back in the early 70s, but with blue grills.
     
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  13. kretinus

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    Got the painting done and everything back together. Still having issues getting the subs to work with the Yamaha's output, tried direct amp, through mixer, nuttin. At this point I don't even know if works. There's a Yamaha 5.1 decoder on CL I emailed a guy about, that might ne a solution.
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  14. mjw21a

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    Listening space 1:

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    Listening space 2:

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  15. TEA FOR ONE

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    Here's today's setup.
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  17. SPL db

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    Back with the girfriend as well?
     
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  18. SPL db

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    Love the wood stand everything is on... very nice! :thumbsup:
     
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  19. TEA FOR ONE

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    Thank you! To my ears it sounds pretty good.
     
  20. elegua03

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    very nice
     

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