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Hi All Head Fier Friends

 

I want share my high end set up as show in the Pictures :

 

Left : Pre Amp T + A  P 10.2 Germany

 

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Right : Stello CD Player with Stand alone DAC  CDA 500

 

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Top : WA 6 SE
 
Below : Pre Amp T + A  P 10.2 Germany
 
 
I am sorry , why i can not put my Photos here ?
 
Anyone can help me please , how to put the Photos from my rig here
 
Thank you 

 



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Nice gear.

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Nice gear.



Thank you for your help to put my Photos

 

Maybe i am the only one Head Fi member use Germany Tube Pre Amp T + A  P 10.2 as my Headphone Amp biggrin.gif


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That Dayton amp seems a little out of its idiom there. Can I ask what it's used for?



It used to be my bookshelf amp but I have since built a Jonokuchi for that job (not pictured).  I don't use the Dayton anymore really, just haven't gotten around to selling it or putting it to use elsewhere.

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There is a little more equipment not shown in video.  Equipment and cabling and wall treatments, about 125,000.  Took me a lifetime of saving.  At 62 I hope I am through buying equipment.biggrin.gif

125k, that's high-end all right smily_headphones1.gif Hope to be able to get something like this once I decide to buy a house, might have to choose between that and a sports car though LOL!
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125k, that's high-end all right smily_headphones1.gif Hope to be able to get something like this once I decide to buy a house, might have to choose between that and a sports car though LOL!


Why not have both.

 

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Turbo Ron: you are officially my idol

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What in the eek.gif Some of these set up's are absolutely flabergastingly, excessively delicious!! I almost feel a bit shy posting mine now, even though I'd personally consider it quite high end.

 

 

Don't know if this is allowed or not, but how about an extra avenue to clear up the conscious and give a little back smily_headphones1.gif My other half works for this charity Restless Beings voluntarily, and they've started this new fundraiser to help build an entire village for 100 displaced and homeless street children in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Well, she's put my name forward as a fundraiser, and I'm hoping to raise a bit of money for the cause.

 

Whoever raises the most out of the referrals actually gets to go to Bangladesh and help with the project hands on, meet all the children etc (what a great and humbling incentive right?). Besides that there are no other incentives or anything (besides helping the needy!). This is a strictly non profit non wage or commission based charity.

 

If you guys have the time, please do donate, even if it's £10 it's still something. PayPal, Credit Card payments etc are all accepted.

 

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This is my referral link.

 

http://onehundredkids.com/164-naim-choudhury

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This is the project homepage.

 

http://onehundredkids.com/

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And the charity homepage.

 

http://www.restlessbeings.org/

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If you're based in London come along to one of the charity events :)


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Turbo Ron = speaker version of googlei?
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Turbo Ron: you are officially my idol



It is a 2001 996 Twin Turbo, with only 22,000 miles on the odometer.  I will never sell, since you cannot get much money for these any more.  They produced a lot of them from 2001-2006.  Same body style.  Thanks for the complements.  

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It is a 2001 996 Twin Turbo, with only 22,000 miles on the odometer.  I will never sell, since you cannot get much money for these any more.  They produced a lot of them from 2001-2006.  Same body style.  Thanks for the complements.  



Very nice choice! The 996 911s are a great bargain. There really is an embarassment of riches in the last 10 years of sports cars, now that OEMs put out new models every few years. Just makes buying a new car seems silly...

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My First Audio System Circa mid 70s. A bit over $12k then.

 

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Some notes on the back of the pic about the system.

 

Top Left: Ariston RD-11 turntable, a beautiful piece of machinery. The turntable lasted for 2 1/2 years till my younger brother dropped the platter on the bearing thus destroying it.

Top Right: Nakamichi 700 Cassette deck. Latter replaced with a Nak1000MK II.

Middle Black Amp: McIntosh 2105 105 watts/ch  amplifier- the rolls Royce of Hi-fi  but I rather have a Ferrari.

Bottom Left: Marantz 4400 125w x 4  quadraphonic receiver. Boy am I glad I got rid of it.

On top of the Marantz: the little Black box is a DBX 119-a dynamic expander that makes the music come alive. ( I believe it also acted as a noise reduction unit to some extent)

Bottom Right: Revox A-700  reel to reel recorder.

Speakers : Braun 810s (4 speakers for quadraphonic use) were good. Regret sometimes I sold them but got what I paid for them.

Music: Esperanto- Last Tango. Just about one of the best records I have heard. ( I do have a CD reissue of the record and it still sounds decent by today's standards. Used it as a demo at the Seattle Meet)

 

 

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McIntosh gear has always looked good...Always.

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Holy wow. I had that Nakamichi 700 deck - might still be in storage. Loved the vertical flush door. 

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