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post #61 of 281
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Originally Posted by Zanth View Post
Under the T200 on the right we have the Angstrom which was a custom tube amp commissioned by Nik for his R10's.

Under the T300 which is in the center we have what may be the power supply for the above unit? Or perhaps another little headphone amp? Underneath that though is the EAR-Yoshino V20, the amp some say is the greatest amp for the AKG K1000's.

Under the T100 on the left it is well, of course, the HE90V...the amp portion of the Orpheus!

Zanth, i know, but i meant the blue balls underneath the shanling players...

Some kind of fibration reduction product?
post #62 of 281
I don't know which one will count in but at the moment I've got - marantz sa-1, linn karik, linn classik ( kind of player/tuner/amp ) and denon dvd a-11
post #63 of 281
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Originally Posted by memepool View Post
Like derekbmn says in the analogue thread this doesn't take into account vintage equipment. The Marantz two box CD94 or CD12 will take on any of the machines in this list so far even though they are upto 20 years old. I've heard these up against a Linn Ikemi ( itself now discontinued) and there wasn't much in it.
There are a couple on the list that I would say are vintage and are included on the list. My meridian 508.24 which is listed two times is there, and would definitely agree that for being a player bordering on its 20th anniversary it still holds a high candle to any of the top players out today.
post #64 of 281
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Originally Posted by tourmaline View Post
Zanth, i know, but i meant the blue balls underneath the shanling players...

Some kind of fibration reduction product?
They are from the Ginko Audio isolation platform. The acrylic platform that each player sits on has small "raquet ball like" spheres that isolate the players. Actually, I think I read that they may in fact BE raquest balls (though they might have evolved since then.
post #65 of 281
Sonic Frontiers SFT-1 transport, Pass Labs D1 24/96 DAC...
post #66 of 281
Wavelength Audio Cosecant V2, soon to be upgraded to asynch by Wavelength
post #67 of 281
dang once upon a time I had a high end source (well over 2k MRSP at least)

I actually prefer my Lavry to the Electrocompaniet, so price isn't everything, not like you ever said it was
post #68 of 281
I have a PD-91. Not top High-End by todays standards, but can still hold its own very well.
post #69 of 281
EMM DCC2 ($4500), Modwright Transporter ($3800) and LINN Unidisk SC ($3000)

This may change soon but for now ...
post #70 of 281
Wow, I was getting ready to post myself on the list, but it seems like someone beat me to it.
post #71 of 281
Emmlabs CDSD/Dac6e ,also run my squeezebox V3 with Nmaher powersupply though the Dac6e.

VSE level 5 Sony DVP9000 player as my new meet player.
post #72 of 281
ASR,

You should edit Tom Hankins's list. Those CD/SACD players belong to me!!!

1) Modwright/Kern Sony SCD-777ES with tube outputs and tube rectified PSU
2) Cary 306 SACD
3) Modified Sony SCD-1 w/ blackgates caps, upgrade op-amps (OPA-627BPs), and super clock 4.
4) Exemplar Denon 2900
5) Sony CDP-XA7ES (old Sony with 3.5k price list)
6) Musical Trivista DAC 21
7) SACDmods Sony SCD-C555ES (just sold this yesterday)
8) Modwright Pioneer DV-47ai w/ tube outputs
9) Modwright Pioneer DV-59ai w/ solidstate modifications
post #73 of 281
APL modded Slim Devices Transporter here...
post #74 of 281
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Originally Posted by purk View Post
ASR,

You should edit Tom Hankins's list. Those CD/SACD players belong to me!!!

1) Modwright/Kern Sony SCD-777ES with tube outputs and tube rectified PSU
2) Cary 306 SACD
3) Modified Sony SCD-1 w/ blackgates caps, upgrade op-amps (OPA-627BPs), and super clock 4.
4) Exemplar Denon 2900
5) Sony CDP-XA7ES (old Sony with 3.5k price list)
6) Musical Trivista DAC 21
7) SACDmods Sony SCD-C555ES (just sold this yesterday)
8) Modwright Pioneer DV-47ai w/ tube outputs
9) Modwright Pioneer DV-59ai w/ solidstate modifications
ASR,
I thought when I mentioned if Purk was on there that it would come accross better. These are purks not mine.
I spin records about 99% of the time. But I do own a Shanling SCD-300 modified by RAM and using Amperex Bugle Boy 6922 tubes. Total cost $3950.00.
post #75 of 281
Studer A727
Arcam Delta 250 (transport) / Blackbox 500 (DAC)
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