Pics of your listening space

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

  1. Galaxie500xl

    Galaxie500xl New Member

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    My second system in our weekend log cabin....I know terrible speaker placement, but am limited on space, walls with outlets etc. Mainly there for good party tunes in the background. However I am very fond of my Denon pieces. Good gear with solid build. Was part of my main system for some time.

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  2. luxmaster

    luxmaster AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    That is a beautiful system I must say!! Love the old projection. The last of the projections sure produced really good image
     
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  3. nerpissad

    nerpissad död åt vek punk!

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    That Denon POA-1003 is a beauty!
     
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  4. elegua03

    elegua03 Active Member

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    nice love
     
  5. sslade43

    sslade43 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    It's icy out and I don't have to work. So I broke out the mono.

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  6. Galaxie500xl

    Galaxie500xl New Member

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    Funny story. It came with the cabin when we purchased it 5 years ago....I don’t think they wanted to move it. Works great for us hooked up to old PS3 watching Netflix. Just had to get hdmi to DVI cable.
     
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  7. luxmaster

    luxmaster AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    That's awesome
     
  8. TEA FOR ONE

    TEA FOR ONE AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    And today's set up. The Boxer 2's in the mix.
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  9. L-82

    L-82 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, Not Monarchy’s but Oldchen EL34-B I switch between that and the Mcintosh 2105. The best way to discribed the difference is with Mcintosh the sound feels like it has more weight, I like that more....
    I’ll switch back soon
     
  10. manu et deo

    manu et deo I'm loving it! Subscriber

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    Added a Halo P5 to the mix, replacing NAD 1700 and Beresford Caiman
     

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  11. Maxy6

    Maxy6 New Member

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  12. cendrar

    cendrar Member

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    Nice space, lamp reminds me of Christian Dell, right side of the chair, though the base looks different somehow.
     
  13. safebet

    safebet Long live vintage! Subscriber

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    Nice space. Love the planes and schoolhouse style wall clock. The Teac 3300 adds a nice touch of class too.
     
  14. jdmccall

    jdmccall Well-Known Member

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    Current state of affairs. Moved the RF-82 II's into the music room. Running the 901's and '82's with Parasound 2250 v.2 amp. One pair at a time. of course! :D
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  15. cube-tube

    cube-tube Super Member

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    I've often wondered how Karlson speakers sound. They've always intrigued me with that interesting baffle in the front.
     
  16. sslade43

    sslade43 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Current setup for the next few months. H.H. Scott 299C in custom console.

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  17. beatcomber

    beatcomber AK Member

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  18. sslade43

    sslade43 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Yes it is a vintage build. They get enough ventilation. It's cut out in the back and there is a fan, but I need a new fan. That vintage fan is too loud. I just lift the top if I am listening for a long time.
     
  19. cendrar

    cendrar Member

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    Nicely matched aesthetically with the Valencias. Curious if you have tried the speakers on stands,
    I found quite a difference in the sound for the better.
     
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  20. sslade43

    sslade43 AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    No I haven't, but I imagine they would sound better. They are already pretty large. If I put them on stands my wife would not be too happy with how they look.
     

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