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I have a pair of Audio Physics Yara Monitor and I just absolutely love their sound. They are hooked up to a Marantz AV-reciever and Velodyne subwoofer.

I am currently on the bottom of Audio Physic food chain and will definately crawl up with Audio Physic.
post #47 of 288
JBL LX 500, floor standing speakers, 4 Ohm, Made in Denmark by Harman Manufacturing Group.
post #48 of 288
Speaker Setup:

B&W 704 Floorstanders (Rosenut finish)
Rotel RC-1070 Pre Amp
Rotel RB-1070 Amp (130 x 2)
Rotel RCC1055 5 Disc CD Changer
post #49 of 288
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SONY TA-N9000ES (Champagne color)
Sony TA-E9000ES (Champagne color)
Nice, I always wanted a pair of those seperates. There is a black pair at a local pawn shop right now. I'm considering purchasing just to say I own them!

Toshiba HD-XA1(HDMI to Pre)/Denon 3910>Denon Link>Denon 4306(pre)>Audioquest G-Snake>Adcom GFA-7607(amp)>Audioquest CV-8>B&W CM7(2), CM1(4), CMcentre(1), ASW650(sub)

Pretty standard big box store stuff, but it sounds good to me!
post #50 of 288
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Pretty standard big box store stuff, but it sounds good to me!
Absolutely. I've been pretty impressed with the performance of the G-Snake IC's too, by the way. Considering how affordable they are.
post #51 of 288
Home System:

AH-Tjoeb99 > Anthem Int-1 > Joseph Audio RM7/Si Signatures

It's very nice for a smallish room and that's where it is.
post #52 of 288
Pioneer VSX-D2011 > KEF Q1
post #53 of 288
Top to Bottom:

Polk Audio Ref. XM Tuner/ CEC CD 3300 or Shanling CD-T100a/ Transcendent GG Tubed Pre Amp/ Sunfire Symphonic Reference Amp/ Carver Amazing Platinum MkIV Loudspeakers

For cables I use a mixture of Raymond Cables and Signal Cables.
post #54 of 288
Speakers = B&W P5's

Amp = Cambridge Audio A5

CD player = The trusty (original) Rega planet

I've got the speaker bi-amped and I'm listening to them now

During the day, Speakers are king!
post #55 of 288
1975 Walnut Klipschorns with Alnico Drivers
post #56 of 288
Working my way towards a pair of Merlin VSM.
post #57 of 288
Moth Cicadas, driven by Moth S2a3
post #58 of 288
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1975 Walnut Klipschorns with Alnico Drivers
mmmm...klipsch...yummy. If I had the acreage, I would go Klipsch in a heartbeat. Either cornwalls or La Scalas, but man are those horns massive.
post #59 of 288
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Merlin TSM-MMe speakers (latest lead free model)
Osiris stands filled with silica sand & lead shot
REL Storm III Subwoofer

Didn't you have and sell Merlin at one point?

I'm intrigued by Merlin, but I just can't get past how the owner jumps in on Audiogon whenever someone criticizes the product and explains how it's their room/setup/etc. Just seems really crass to me, although I know how helpful he is otherwise with his product.

How do you like the TSM-MMe? Seems like they wouldn't be a good fit for someone who likes upfront and exciting, as I do.
post #60 of 288
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MBL 101E (living room)
Talon Khorus (master bedroom)
Newform Research R645 (headphone room)
Martin Logan Aerius and Velodyne HGS-15 subwoofer (home gym)
Talon Peregrine (5 of them) and Talon Roc subwoofer (garage home theater)
Magnepan MG-1C (master bathroom)

Ok, I'm just kidding about the Maggies being set up in my bathroom, although maybe if I hung them from the ceiling! They're currently in a closet, but I've rotated them in and out with the Martin Logans and Newforms at times.
Those MBLs are so intriguing. How would you classify the sound Wayne? Is it more of a planar type sound or dynamic?
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