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Heavy Metal-Hot Water and Woo

 

 

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LOL Clayton!

So it did pay off chatting up that KLM girl this morning on the phone for half an hour ;-)

 

Always Ultra Always...

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Heavy Metal-Hot Water and Woo

 

 

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Wew..Nicee...Mind if i take a spot..tongue.gif

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I've been swamped at work and am about 15 pages behind in this thread. While I am catching up, here is a picture of my Audiophilleo PurePower that just came tonight. Pardon the dark iPad picture.

 


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I've been swamped at work and am about 15 pages behind in this thread. While I am catching up, here is a picture of my Audiophilleo PurePower that just came tonight. Pardon the dark iPad picture.

 


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Nice....how does it compare with the non-PurePower configuration???

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What's not to love? 

 

I like everything about it, except the form factor. The Gungnir is excellent that way and it's price is right, but no attenuation and no AES/EBU input. The NAD M51 is perfect for my needs (35-bit, 844 kHz!) but even more $ than the WDS.

 

So the search continues, luckily I really enjoy my existing pedestrian setup. I'll probably just keep buying Old Light Bulbs while I think on it a while longer.

 

Silently, not exactly loving the aesthetics of my shoe-box, but... rolleyes.gif

 

The Gungnir is the perfect form factor for a "desktop monitor stand" (with a frame around it of course). I would have to change the way I use Pure Music though, as I currently have DSP options disabled so I can't attenuate via software. I'll probably cave and give it a try though.

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Wew..Nicee...Mind if i take a spot..tongue.gif

 

+1

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Heavy Metal-Hot Water and Woo

 

 

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Holy crap, be careful with that listening position.  Granted, it's not a toaster on a ledge of a tub, but it's rather close.  BTW what kind of metal are you into?

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Heavy Metal-Hot Water and Woo

 

 

 

This could easily be a frame from a modern day Hitchcock film, if he were still with us. Looks lovely at first glance... wink.gif

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What's not to love? 

 

I like everything about it, except the form factor. The Gungnir is excellent that way and it's price is right, but no attenuation and no AES/EBU input. The NAD M51 is perfect for my needs (35-bit, 844 kHz!) but even more $ than the WDS.

 

So the search continues, luckily I really enjoy my existing pedestrian setup. I'll probably just keep buying Old Light Bulbs while I think on it a while longer.

 

Silently, not exactly loving the aesthetics of my shoe-box, but... rolleyes.gif

 

The Gungnir is the perfect form factor for a "desktop monitor stand" (with a frame around it of course). I would have to change the way I use Pure Music though, as I currently have DSP options disabled so I can't attenuate via software. I'll probably cave and give it a try though.

 

Do it, grokit... :thumb: do it now!

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DSC_0497.jpg

 

 

Heavy Metal-Hot Water and Woo

 

 

aqef.jpg

Holy crap, be careful with that listening position.  Granted, it's not a toaster on a ledge of a tub, but it's rather close.  BTW what kind of metal are you into?

 

Just under the letter "S" alone, we have Sneeze-Splash-Shock... blink.gif.  We're ALL wishing for the best, of course, Redcarmoose's rejuvenation without incident! biggrin.gif

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Do it, grokit... :thumb: do it now!

 

Haha it's not out yet (thankfully), gonna have to unload some more Old Light Bulbs first.


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Holy crap, be careful with that listening position.  Granted, it's not a toaster on a ledge of a tub, but it's rather close.  BTW what kind of metal are you into?

http://www.head-fi.org/t/616196/the-heavy-metal-review-thread#post_8491273

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Hi,All as i have been reading through is forum now for two weeks and caught the bug, and have just purchased a WA6-SE should be here early next week. It will be interesting to do a comparison to a 339 la-figaro and a stax SRM-1/MK2 Professional, i need more space.

congrats, welcome to the 6SE club..!

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Oh Oh my 6SE with 596 & Pinnacle 6DR7 is amazing....best combo for 596..Somehow the 6FD7 series don't sing well with the 596's...

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