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Vienna Acoustics Bach.
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EMU 0404/Xbox -> Entech DAC -> Pioneer A-35R (soon to be upgraded) -> Sony SS-K70ED
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Wayne has MBLs... i would say those slightly outclass those utopias :P

one of these days i need to find someone who will let me listen to their MBL setup for ***** and giggles
Just slightly Wayne really needs to post a picture of his 101E... I've seen them a few times in hifi shops and trade shows but never sat down for a proper listen., BTW, Sleestack's setup is also ridiculously good. Those Epiphanys look gorgeous.

fran, nice ESLs. What are you amping them with? They look like they're in terrific condition! Are they the original ones? I've seen replicas floating around
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Ohm Walsh 5's (from the mid 1980's). Only one of 250 (supposed) pairs in the world. Many of those pairs have probably been upgraded or are possibly no longer in service, so probably one of only 100-150 or so stock pairs in the world. These will stay with me for some time.
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You got a picture? From the website, they sure look a bit funky
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^ You talkin' to me?
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Originally Posted by mulveling View Post
Speakers: Legacy Audio Signature III in rosewood
Acoustic Treatments: Auralex Gramma under each speaker & LENRDs in room corners
Amp: PS Audio HCA-2
Preamp: Sugden Headmaster or Singlepower SDS
Source: Denon 3910

I'm down to 1 pair of speakers; they'll remain my only pair for quite a while since I *finally* figured out how to get them singing in my room. Actually I'm quite thrilled with the way the rig has turned out now; and all this in the midst of about $3000 worth of electronics downgrades! You know life is sweet when that happens. I'll post some pics tonight.
Lets get those pictures up. LOL It's cold and slippery here in Northern Va. and I am counting on you guys for intertainment.

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^ You talkin' to me?
I am Pictures and are they as good as the web-site and reviews make them out to be? I have been reading all the reviews and have gotten an e-mail back from the president of the companey they are very interesting.
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^ You talkin' to me?
yup How big are those speakers? They look quite slim in the official pictures, but pics can be misleading at times.
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Epos M12.2 in cherry with Atacam SE60 stands.
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JMLab Micro Utopias, Velodyne HGS-18 sub.
Since we're doing pictures...





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Vienna Acoustics all around. Strauss' for the mains, Beethoven's for the rears and Maestro for the center. Also a Velodyne properly placed HGS-10 sub.

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In profile.
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My speaker setup that I truly enjoy listening to:

Meridian 507 CD Player or VPI HW-19 MKIII
Ray Samuels Audio - Stealth used as a pre amp
Atma-Sphere MA-1 MKII.2 amplifiers
Von Schweikert VR-4 Gen III HSE Speakers
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Originally Posted by john_jcb View Post
My speaker setup that I truly enjoy listening to:

Meridian 507 CD Player or VPI HW-19 MKIII
Ray Samuels Audio - Stealth used as a pre amp
Atma-Sphere MA-1 MKII.2 amplifiers
Von Schweikert VR-4 Gen III HSE Speakers
Don't tell me you don't have a camera[Hint: me want pics!]

immtbiker, I'm not familiar with Vienna Acoustics so I went onto their website to look at some specs. Wow! It seems like you have some incredible speakers! What is the bass like with a massive 11"? How deep does it go?
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yup How big are those speakers? They look quite slim in the official pictures, but pics can be misleading at times.
The speakers are enormous and they certainly are as funky looking as they come. I definately don't think they are the best looking speaker in the world, but their sound is incredible. I'd say that they are about 4ft tall and about 2ft wide at the base and weigh in at about 120lbs each. I'd snap some pics if I knew how to display them here.
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