Discussion in 'Speakers' started by GD70, Aug 6, 2017.
That looks like a dream system!
So hurry up and get it tuned so we can hear it!
Yes!.....Yes it is!
I'm looking forward to seeing the video.
I'll Try another
Acoustic Research AR3's.
For fun I stacked my KLH's on top of my StudioLab so I could make a video of them playing at the same time.
The 2385 is powering the KLH's and the Luxman is powering the StudioLAB's, I'm using the 2385's preamp to controll both.
I was not expecting much but......dam....it sounds pretty darn good!
A couple of good mic's for making these videos are on my wish list......maybe Santa will get me them.
That sounded great! I got to get a copy of that concert! I hope to one day see a show at Red Rocks!
Loved that! Good synergy with that stack!
Wow Denten!! ... Not only did that sound fabulous I totally approve of that soundtrack. Nice job fella!
Thanks, guys. In my quest for music with good dynamic range I've discovered movie scores can have gobs of dynamic range. The Pink Panther soundtrack by Christophe Beck on Spotify sounds awesome, on track 1, there is a transient near the end that makes me jump every time, you will need to leave lots of headroom for this soundtrack.
Damn, dude! Your audio time machine just took me back 32 years (age 12) circa 1985 while racing home after elementary school in West Michigan to watch The Pink Panther on Channel 50 (WKBD). I would really be waiting for Voltron or Thundercats to come on and the panther and befuddled inspector minimized the torture of the wait. Thanks for the memories.
You had to go and do it, didn't you? How did you get around to playing one of my favorite tracks from my all-time favorite British R&B group, in this case "Hanging On a String (Contemplating)" from Loose End's So Where Are You? album? If you play "You Can't Stop the Rain" from Zagora, I just might jump up and do an Irish jig on my laptop. "Hanging On a String" sounded lovely on the AR-4x's. Wow.
Guilty as charged!
Love that track, and I think it is a good test song for the lowly 4x's. It's the only song I have by them, so thanks for the tip, I'll definitely check out their other stuff!
The drums kick ass on this ELP track and the Acurus L10 and Proton D1200 are fleshing out the bass guitar! Excellent sound and setup.
Try #6 "Soak it Up" , this should sound good with your system. Some fun tracks on this page but Soak it up is my go to for showing off. hehe.
Hey @GD70, shoot #6 over to the L910's
Thanks for the link! I didn't know about that website, I think I'll have to work on another video today...........that is of course,.......If my wife doesn't have other plans for me today.
Here's another one of the stack, I had to get closer to the speakers because of the noisy A/C in the background, surprisingly, the stack sounds really good in the nearfield.
Heading out the door for work now Denten, but I just have to say I've really enjoyed that last video. I've played it several times now. Nice job, nice work putting it together. FS Jr. has never sounded better.
Ok..my second system. Putting the KLH Six's through the paces today. Powered by NAD 2100 mono-blocks with a NAD 1700 pre-amp/tuner.
The Six's are not the end all of speakers, but I certainly enjoy listening to them as much as any speaker I've owned in 30+ years.
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