Discussion in 'Members' Systems' started by matel, Oct 16, 2007.
Daytons and except for the badge they're identical to BPA-1's
Ah yes, even though I grew up there, I temporarily forgot homes in the Midwest have basements. My current place has a concrete slab foundation. I won't be running speaker wires under the floor anytime soon.
I'll be keeping my eyes open for a pair of 901 tulip stands. Yours look great.
Your KLHs will probably look pretty good on tulip stands... I decided today to rotate my 17s in.
Awesome. I was aware they are the same, just wondering if they were the rare Emotiva branded version. I've got one of the Dayton, and am planning on another soon.
Finally invited my L200Bs inside.
There's an AR-XA / McIntosh C24 / McIntosh MC7300 hiding in the Barzilay. And that's a Bob Ludwig Houses of the Holy.
Is that a Recording King ROS-06 in the corner?
SET powered Lowthers with SS powered woofers
Class D powered OB's in the garage. Wild Burro Betsy's over Eminence Alphas.
Music server running Daphile
Uptone Audio Regen
Resonessence Labs Concero HD
Music Hall MMF 2.2
Odyssey Stratos Extreme Monos
Odyssey Stratos Extreme Stereo with Kismet board
Sonus Faber Elipsa
This is what I worked on yesterday. In system two I had a pair of JBL 250ti's and I brought out these huge back breaking lowboy JBL C40 Harkness speakers out of storage in my third bedroom along with my much loved Knight tube mono-blocks from '58. It's been almost 3 years since I used the amps and probably 4 years since I had these JBL's set up, they weigh about 130 lbs plus each and were built between '61 & '63. I've owned them for about 8 years and acquired them from the original owner. They are a matched all original unmolested pair in excellent condition with gorgeous walnut veneer with the 001 driver load D130A 15" woofer and the DLH 175 horn and N1200 x-over in folded horn enclosure. This system excels with straight ahead jazz and classical, I'll be spinning some jazz & Christmas albums later with it, Cheers!
These have the original Mullard's from '58 including the EL37's.
Awesome ...everything, Bob!
I love that crane floor lamp.
Looking good, Bob.
Thanks, my brother bought it new in '77 and it is in perfect condition. It was produced by Curtis Jere. It is signed by the artist Curtis Jere '77. It was a expensive piece when he bought it and are quite costly these days.
Here's a closer shot
New to me setup in "Landing Room" system now with Mitsubishi DS-28-B speakers with Fisher SA-100 amp and Dynaco PAS-3 Pre
I Have added a new picture of Buddy Guy.
Combo home theater / two channel listening - Yamaha rx-a3040 handling surround and center, Parasound Halo integrated handling two channel duties ( streamed out of Mac mini) to Goldenear Triton One speakers. Great dynamics, instruments in space , holographic mid range.
My listening room in the far end of the basement. Not as much width as I would like.........
Denon DP1200 w/ Ortofon 2M Black
Creek CD50 mk2
Sony CA7ES 5 disc changer
Aragon 47k phono preamp w/ outboard PS
Audio Research LS8 tube preamp
Conrad Johnson MF2500 amp
PSB Gold speakers
Hodge podge of gear and cables, but it has been a long journey of gear over the years. I need to just sit back end enjoy all the music.
Welcome to the forum!
I don't know if you've noticed or not, but most systems here are a hodge podge of gear. It's all part of the game. And I have to say, you have a very nice hodge podge of gear there.
How do you like those PSB Gold's? I always wanted a pair. They're still on my dream list of speakers to eventually buy.
Outdoor Axioms on the porch
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