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post #10351 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

^ It's the Leben CS600

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Wow, awesome!

The Leben/Omen combo has been on my potential purchase list for a while now. I've even considered buying them "blind" so to speak as opportunities for an audition are scarce this side of Ice Station Zebra.

While I can easily imagine this to be a great set up for Vivaldi, how does it fare with other types of music from say, Jazz to modern pop/rock?

Is this a fairly universal system or are there trade=offs a potentially interested purchaser with highly eclectic musical tastes should consider?

Any impressions you'd care to share would be most welcome.

Cheers.

post #10352 of 20178

Here's my computer rig. Not as impressive as some of the other rigs on here, but I enjoy it beyersmile.png

 

 

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Harman/Kardon 630 Twin Powered Stereo connected to PC

Sony CDP-C312M Disc Player

Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80 ohm/ Custom One Pro 

Sony MDR-XB700

post #10353 of 20178
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Originally Posted by IceClass View Post

 

Wow, awesome!


Any impressions you'd care to share would be most welcome.

Cheers.

 

Thanks! The Zu Omens and Leben CS600 will not disappoint you. The Omens will transcribe anything the Leben throws at it; It seems that the Omens are made for the Leben (both the CS300X and CS600). Vivaldi certainly shines but my taste ranges from grounding classical music to the stratospheric rock music.

 

These are the LPs that I have listened to in the last 2 days. All incredible sounding. Especially music from the 60s like Nancy Wilson and Gabor Szabo Bacchanal (original on Skye Records I got as a teenager).

 

1000

post #10354 of 20178

iTouch 4, BDP-S570
Pure i20, VR-507, WA3 on the way smily_headphones1.gif
HD-558, Mission 700

The Daft Punk Remix of 'Life is Sweet' rocks.
Edited by GrindingThud - 12/29/12 at 12:20pm
post #10355 of 20178
I've set up a listening station so that my dinner guests can listen to some of their favorite recordings while I make Mexican Posole (well attempt to). If the Posole doesn't turn out to be good, then I can always order a few pizzas from Uncle Vito's!

 

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post #10356 of 20178


Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

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post #10357 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

I've set up a listening station so that my dinner guests can listen to some of their favorite recordings while I make Mexican Posole (well attempt to). If the Posole doesn't turn out to be good, then I can always order a few pizzas from Uncle Vito's!

 

 

Well :thumb: presented!

post #10358 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by IceClass View Post

 

Wow, awesome!


Any impressions you'd care to share would be most welcome.

Cheers.

 

Thanks! The Zu Omens and Leben CS600 will not disappoint you. The Omens will transcribe anything the Leben throws at it; It seems that the Omens are made for the Leben (both the CS300X and CS600). Vivaldi certainly shines but my taste ranges from grounding classical music to the stratospheric rock music.

 

These are the LPs that I have listened to in the last 2 days. All incredible sounding. Especially music from the 60s like Nancy Wilson and Gabor Szabo Bacchanal (original on Skye Records I got as a teenager).

 

1000

Nice Grizzly Bear!

post #10359 of 20178

Few pics of my setup.  Just got the Maverick Tubemagic a1 (rca 5654 black plate tubes) for Christmas, loving it so far.  Dt 990 pros are good for the price, but a little to bright for me, im looking around for a used hd 580 to buy.  

 

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post #10360 of 20178

lol diggin the coke bottle!

post #10361 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

I've set up a listening station so that my dinner guests can listen to some of their favorite recordings while I make Mexican Posole (well attempt to). If the Posole doesn't turn out to be good, then I can always order a few pizzas from Uncle Vito's!

 

1000

 

I'll be right over!  tongue.gif

post #10362 of 20178
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Originally Posted by anoxy View Post

lol diggin the coke bottle!

haha.  thanks

post #10363 of 20178

700

 

Simple setup in desperate need of amplifier and source upgrade. Was looking at both the Schiit Bifrost and Valhalla, but not sure which to go with first.

post #10364 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

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Simple setup in desperate need of amplifier and source upgrade. Was looking at both the Schiit Bifrost and Valhalla, but not sure which to go with first.

how does the EF2A handles the Beyers?

post #10365 of 20178
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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

700

 

Simple setup in desperate need of amplifier and source upgrade. Was looking at both the Schiit Bifrost and Valhalla, but not sure which to go with first.

 

If you'd only be using it through USB I'd take a serious look at the Modi as well, it's very close to the Bifrost's USB mode at less than 1/4 the price.

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