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Gallo Nucleus Reference3
Klipsch Chorus 2
Canton Karat
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Logitech Z5500, I know they are just computer speakers but these things rock. Plenty enough bass for me, and the satellites are really good.
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Insignia fronts, Klipsch KV1 for the center, powered with an older Sony STR-D 865 pro logic receiver (1oox3front 25x2 rear) Original monster speaker wire (raw)
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Onix reference .5's ordered, waiting for them to be released and shipped April 15th.
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post #66 of 288
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Originally Posted by Brian_the_King View Post
Ah, your the young'n who has the nice system on AH.
post #67 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!
Yep...they are pretty sweet combo especially in champagne color. I can live w/o HDMI switching and video upconvertiting so there is no need for the upgrade. I recently talked to a local paradigm dealer about upgrading the T/E9000ES to the STR-DA9000ES and he recommends me to keep the T/E9000ES. According to him, the 4.5K DA9000ES isn't upgrade to the T/E9000ES in audio quality, but is in video. He recommended me to go with the Anthem stuffs later along the road.

Purk
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Monarchy M24 dac >> BAT VK220 w/BAT-PAK amp >> Tyler Acoustic Linbrook Signature Monitors / SVS PCi Ultra sub
post #69 of 288
Polk Audio LSi 15 about a month old
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Originally Posted by swt61 View Post
Those MBLs are so intriguing. How would you classify the sound Wayne? Is it more of a planar type sound or dynamic?
It's definitely more dymanic in terms of impact and punch, but it also has some of the seductiveness that you would associate with planers. What is most striking is that everyting seems so 3 dimensional because the the 360 degree radiation pattern.
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Von Schweikert Audio VR-4 upgraded to 5/7 status. Simply awesome for the one hour they spent in a perfect living room listening enviornment prior to them being banashed to my own "space" in the basement. Also awsome in the basement.

post #72 of 288
B&W 602s3 X 2 (mains)
B&W LCR600s3 X 1 (center)
B&W 303 X 2 (surround)
B&W VM1 X1 (back surround)
Velodyne HGS 10 (subwoofer)
post #73 of 288
Axiom M3
Axiom VP100 Center
SVS PB10-ISD sub
Cheapo surrounds (I think they're Insignia indoor/outdoor speakers - soon to be replaced!)
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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.
christ, i was going to say... good luck getting the sweetspot with those maggies on the crapper!
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psb image 6t fronts
psb image 9c center
jbl lx300 rear
sherwood newcastle r956 reciever fed by a pioneer elite dv45a
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