Show us your set up

Discussion in 'My System' started by Ernie Adams, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. DGA

    DGA New Member

    My home office with 30 day old MA3s.
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2016
  2. Lewis Smith

    Lewis Smith Guest

    Sweet Setup DGA! I like it!:D
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  3. Ed Morris

    Ed Morris Member

    Well done. I see the felt around the tweeters too.

    Guys these speakers are really good. Audio Note took this design and continues to make them, at a significant price increase. Their top model sell for close to $30k! I got my originals in 1979 for $800, I picked up a pair of model 3 with stands for $300.
    If you are looking for nice speakers for a reasonable price, they are hard to beat.
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  4. Ernie Adams

    Ernie Adams Well-Known Member

    The only thing I want to do now is get a pair of new woofers from Atomic Hi Fi. I did this with my old Snell Type C's and it made a world of difference. Even just the way they are now, I would put them up against anything in the 5-6000 range. I have heard Focals and Tannoy's in that range and while they are good in some areas, they are not as good "all round" like my little E II's.
  5. Ed Morris

    Ed Morris Member

    Personally I like paper woofers but I would like to hear the Audionote hemp woofers, though I'm sure they are stupid expensive like everything else they "make".
  6. Bonz

    Bonz Well-Known Member

    WIN_20160612_120138.JPG Updated shot of the garage system
  7. Catcher10

    Catcher10 Active Member

    Looking good Bonz!! Those PSB are sweet..I went speaker hunting about 2 weeks ago and finally did some auditioning at my local audio boutique. These were not on the list but the price offered I could not pass them up, only about 6-10 hours on them, the dealer received by mistake on an order, but they were not going to send them back to England from Tacoma, WA LOL!! So I benefited.......



    Rega RX5 in Walnut......beautiful tower and a sound that is improving with run in time.
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  8. Bonz

    Bonz Well-Known Member

    Very nice catcher. I hope they are as satisfying in sound as they are in looks!
  9. Catcher10

    Catcher10 Active Member

    So far very good, should be real nice after about 200 hours.
  10. Ken Davis

    Ken Davis New Member

    Here's a good introduction to my system. I can't wait to shed some goodness from the Morrow level 3 IC and Speaker cables that are on the way. I just moved into this hous about 2 months ago, so the wires are a bit of a mess.

    Speakers: Harbeth SHL5 30th anniversary model
    Amplifiers: Quicksilver V4 monoblocks (KT150's right now)
    Preamp: Cary SLP-05
    Turntable: VPI Classic 3, SDS, Dynavector DRT-XVS1 cartridge
    Phono preamp: EAR 324P
    Digital setup: Auralic Audio Aries streaming bridge and Vega DAC
    Digital Music: 4 TB Synology NAS, Tidal, Kobuz

    Last edited: Jul 9, 2016
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  11. Ernie Adams

    Ernie Adams Well-Known Member

    Very nice indeed!
  12. mcallij1

    mcallij1 Member

    My System

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  13. Steve Edwards

    Steve Edwards Member

    Beautiful system JRS! How do you like your VPI / Soundsmith set up? I have owned a Linn LP12 for 30 years. It has been upgraded a number of times and provided years of analog bliss; but, if I ever decided to replace it ......... I think VPI and Soundsmith (really like Peter's approach to his work and life) would be top contenders.
    Play on

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