What are you Listening To Right Now? - and more

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  1. enginedr

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    JJ Cale - Grasshopper
     

     

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  3. onepixel

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    Played one side earlier. The cover is to cool not to post.

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  4. Imanoldee

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    Giving Kiko a selective listen to.


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    Onix gear is fantastic, great build quality. Most of my gear now is not as vintage (90s) been on a 90s gear kick for a good while.

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    I tend to have 4-5 sets out in rotation :) lll also have a closet full of other gear and a storage unit I pay monthly to store the rest. :) with your 17sets you know the game!

    I've downsized a lot, was on a JBL kick for a good while, had some 150s paired with my 110As. They are a few videos on YouTube of a couple of my set ups.
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    That was my 1250/L110A and Axiom set up. Need to pull the rack out of storage, have been wanting to set my current set up in it. :)

    What's your fav set of speakers you own? Mine have been the DM-640s and my Current Quads.

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    Word Brother. A lot of reading on that company on wiki. Their vinyl output is audiophile grade. As we know, Classical needs to be quiet. They deliver
     

     

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    Playing the first of 36 MHS lps. All mastered by Bill Kipper at Masterdisk. Seems I owe Dr. Atwood a Christmas card... 1513228202885654622897.jpg
     
  8. NeedForSpeed

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    That mastering company has it going on. Doesn't matter the genre. Very good analog work.
     
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  10. Dusty Ol'Man

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    Don' feel alone Bub. I went to sleep for 6 hrs and woke up to 14 pages on a weekday!
     
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    More Kikos
    Good stuff. :thumbsup:
     
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    Forgot to mention the hardest set I've came across in foam work is the damn peerless 8" 4ohm woofers Snell uses. Those things took me all night to do one evening.

    JBL rear mounted foam is a snap compared to the peerless. :)
     
  13. KevinJS

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    Hmm. That Beethoven recording was way too noisy. After 65 years or so, it could probably do with a good cleaning. No vocals on this one, but an easy tune to hum along to, or just sit there with your jaw on the floor.

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  15. Dusty Ol'Man

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    Welcome back Blitz!:banana::banana::banana::banana::banana:
     
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    I can attest to that. Since using the Oppo I have noticed better sound on my CDs. The overall sound is much clearer than with the old player. (An inexpensive no name) I had been using the Samsung blu-ray player and the Oppo makes a world of difference.
     

     

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    I always love the distortion in Zombie. Such a great song!
     
  18. Dusty Ol'Man

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    Yep! And you have to read them all! See you next year some time! Lol. Good to have you back, my friend.
     
  19. NeedForSpeed

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    It's the DAC. And isolated analog circuitry. Even back then, They were leading the way in analog output. Yes a CD goes in, But a very nice smooth playback. Plus you get all the digital formats. Wait until you try a classical SACD.
     
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    Goodnight, all. I'm out. Peaceful night to you wherever you are.
     

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