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post #11311 of 15369
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Originally Posted by sluker View Post
 

Those look like the Lawton pads for Denon's old D series. I am using my original Denon pads from the D7k which I sold to a buddy with the Lawton pads. From what I recall the difference between the pads was that the Lawton pads gave everything more detail but reduced the bass impact.

 

 

 

:thumb: My exact experience! But long term, not sure I'll stick widit.... gimme back my BASS! :mad: 

 

 

 

Can't you just use the bass boost on that sansui?


Edited by sluker - 1/13/14 at 4:01pm
post #11312 of 15369
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My exact experience! But long term, not sure I'll stick widit.... gimme back my BASS! mad.gif  

Come join us Vegans, we have poodles tongue.gif
post #11313 of 15369
How is the amp ?

Al
post #11314 of 15369
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Come join us Vegans, we have poodles tongue.gif

:eek: Well....... as long as they're not at the foot of my bed while I'm trying to sleep. :rolleyes:

post #11315 of 15369
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Can't you just use the bass boost on that sansui?

 

I suppose, though I listen to the Shindo 80%; Sansui 20% of the time. On the former I guess I could use the EQ with Amarra but I use Audirvana Plus 99% of the time. 

 

Actually, if I had tea tins full of cash like some of you in this thread, I'd simply :wink_face: buy closed-back cans to team with the HiFiMANs.

 

 

BTW...

 

LL

I'd love to see this cat's Tea Ceremony! :normal_smile : 


Edited by Silent One - 1/13/14 at 7:27pm
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Where you been khaine?  Got the AMR in and the Lampi on loan:eek:

House renovation mostly. Hope you like the Lampi - still my favorite dac up to date (it's ugly as sin though) - the 777 is nice too, but the UK price is quite exorbitant to say the least.

 

On other note, that Sansui :eek: - they don't make amp (and aluminum knobs) like that anymore :mad: 

post #11317 of 15369

yes.gif 1978 baby!

post #11318 of 15369
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yes.gif 1978 baby!
Outstanding year for me. Got out of the Navy in June (21 yr old) and enjoyed San Diego the rest of the year before moving back to the Midwest in February. I miss the geography but not the rat race.
post #11319 of 15369
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yes.gif 1978 baby!

A good year......'twas when my Spec 1 and 2 were created in the laboratory of Dr Pioneer...........
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Outstanding year for me. Got out of the Navy in June (21 yr old) and enjoyed San Diego the rest of the year before moving back to the Midwest in February. I miss the geography but not the rat race.

 

Tonight, the listening room sits dark. Was following college hoops and later will catch up with NCIS/NCIS-Los Angeles. Dinner :wink:just went final, although I'm currently enjoying a glass of Veuve Clicquot. Upon learning about your stint, I raise this glass to you... cheers from Cali!


Edited by Silent One - 1/14/14 at 9:52pm
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yes.gif 1978 baby!

A good year......'twas when my Spec 1 and 2 were created in the laboratory of Dr Pioneer...........

 

There's something about mid-to-late '70's iron that is indeed special. While my 1978 & HE-6 definitely kix, I'm still curious about a D7000 pairing.


Edited by Silent One - 1/14/14 at 10:00pm
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There's something about mid-to-late '70's iron that is indeed special. While my 1978 & HE-6 definitely kix, I'm still curious about a D7000 pairing.

You thinking thru speaker taps or HPO? HPO is amazing...........my D7000 has Lawton damping and his angle pads.
post #11323 of 15369
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You thinking thru speaker taps or HPO? HPO is amazing...........my D7000 has Lawton damping and his angle pads.

The speaker taps would fry anything that is not planar. Even the HO on my 1250 has too much gain for the LCD-2's.

post #11324 of 15369
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The speaker taps would fry anything that is not planar. Even the HO on my 1250 has too much gain for the LCD-2's.

 

No so.  I use my HD800 on my F1J all the time. Sounds great, just have to very carful with the volume control.

post #11325 of 15369

You didn't use a attenuator ? You didn't have noise or anything ?

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