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Oddly...I'm most looking forward to snapping shots of my rig after I move and our household invests in a nice hookah...

 

The new roomie also has a fantastic camera so you guys will get proper photos. 

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And now I'm trying a glass of "Gewürztraminer" with The Antlers' "Hospice"
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And now I'm trying a glass of "Gewürztraminer" with The Antlers' "Hospice"

OMG someone help this guy! His grandparents are crazy!

 

Tell them to put the kettle on! Have a nice cup of tea!! :D

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XD it's cool guys. It's a small glass, almost just a tasting glass.
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Ok guys, so at my grandparents house they've got a stereo system consisting of a simple Sony receiver, and two really interesting looking Burhoe speakers. I can't test them, but they look reallllllllly nice and are about 1 1/2 feet tall by the looks of it. Any opinions guys? Are these a good rare vintage find?
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Ok guys, so at my grandparents house they've got a stereo system consisting of a simple Sony receiver, and two really interesting looking Burhoe speakers. I can't test them, but they look reallllllllly nice and are about 1 1/2 feet tall by the looks of it. Any opinions guys? Are these a good rare vintage find?

People seem to like them..

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Thanks smily_headphones1.gif I might have to 'steal' them. And by steal I mean kindly take them off their hands as they no longer use them. Also, finding a spot in my room for them will be hard....
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I remember happening across a full vintage Sherwood system complete with some gigantic S-2125 speakers in a friend's basement once. The way they made Stop Making Sense sing, I wanted them so bad...

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...Made by my son (8)


Edited by ardilla - 3/15/13 at 4:51pm
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cute 

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What tube complement are you using?  Is that output transformer coupled?

 

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Love the complete chain, Chris...Very nice.....biggrin.gif

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My Headphone setup. From computer: Asus Xonar DGX → Firestone Audio Spitfire MkII (with supplier) → Graham Slee Novo Further to desktop 2.1 from Novo: → Firestone Audio MASS → Genelec 5040A & 6010A

Computer is my usual source. Also using Beyer DT 990 with the same stuff.

 

And damn that ardilla's setup is adorable.

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What tube complement are you using?  Is that output transformer coupled?

 

 

My kid probably didn't think about that - but he made a dac and two amps and a stand, I think :) He made it all himself, it was his own idea. "Dad, I built you a tube amp"

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That's great you are getting your kid involved in this hobby.

 

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My kid probably didn't think about that - but he made a dac and two amps and a stand, I think :) He made it all himself, it was his own idea. "Dad, I built you a tube amp"

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