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Hello again, Silent One

 

Bryan Ferry is extensively addressed on the Web; maybe you've heard of his group, Roxy Music? Ok, it's British, not American! R. M. and B. F.'s latest CDs are superb recordings (from a technical and artistic point of view) and they come out wonderfully on high-end earphones. Try, for instance, Avalon (R. M.) or Mamouna  (B. F.)

 

Regards

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Originally Posted by Phil95 View Post

Hello again, Silent One

 

Bryan Ferry is extensively addressed on the Web; maybe you've heard of his group, Roxy Music? Ok, it's British, not American! R. M. and B. F.'s latest CDs are superb recordings (from a technical and artistic point of view) and they come out wonderfully on high-end earphones. Try, for instance, Avalon (R. M.) or Mamouna  (B. F.)

 

Regards

 

Thanks, will examine this further later on...round midnight.

post #948 of 1381
Maybe a bit on the lower-end of the tube amp spectrum. But...i like the basic raw symetrical looks of my darkvoice 337..biggrin.gif
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Yup

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Maybe a bit on the lower-end of the tube amp spectrum. But...i like the basic raw symetrical looks of my darkvoice 337..biggrin.gif


Edited by ardilla - 11/27/12 at 8:51am
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Yup

Sweet pic..thanks! So pure and simple and of everything a pair biggrin.gif and surprisingly it sounds really good for the money.. smily_headphones1.gif
Never had mine opened YET.but soon it will...its waiting to be upgraded..mine already has the powerswitches relocated to the back..so those white long wires on sides are non existent on mine for less inteference on the signal it was done by the previous owner.. biggrin.gif
BUT gold volume knobs? Or is that the effect of the flash?I prefer the matt black look of my 337..
Edited by hifimanrookie - 11/27/12 at 9:08am
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^ nice one! How does it sound?

 

http://www.hifi-studio.de/hifi-klassiker/scott-hifi.htm

 

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Any thoughts guys?

 


The closest I can think of is DNA - maybe the prototype or initial design for the DNA Stratus?

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http://www.factory20.com/oddities/vintage-industrial-tube-amp-display-box/

post #956 of 1381

Don't know if it's been posted, but I've always had a 'thing' for the sex appeal for the line of McIntosh tube amp/pre-amps.

 

 

 

 

 

post #957 of 1381

The last image looks computer generated

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Originally Posted by hifimanrookie View Post

 
BUT gold volume knobs? Or is that the effect of the flash?I prefer the matt black look of my 337..

 

Those gold knobs are standard that amp.  It is the 337se version.  I have had one for a couple months but have yet to listen to it.  Buyer beware when browsing the classifieds.  It has been in the shop since the day I received it but it seems it will be working soon.  I am cautiously optimistic...

post #959 of 1381

Very industrial. I love it. 

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Very industrial. I love it. 
That looks old..but cool in a way..like a T-Ford ..and its still functional? How does it sound?
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