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Holy.. By the way, the first link gives an error.

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Holy.. By the way, the first link gives an error.

 

It's just a collection of old music machines but sounds great for my worn ears. thanks!


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Holy.. By the way, the first link gives an error.

 

It's just a collection of old music machines but sounds great for my worn ears. thanks!

Looks like you might like Grado's..tongue.gif Don't have too many.. What turntable is that?

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2m black?

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Looks like you might like Grado's..tongue.gif
 Don't have too many.. What turntable is that?

Looks like a Scout with a 2M Black.
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Wow... MiniDisc!  I was a huge fan of MD back in the day.  Nice spinners.

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Hmmm...things have come a long way since my grado-modding days...Just got these bad boys in:

 

 

Oh wait but what's this?

 

 

 

Yeah, I'm still a modder at heart :)

 

Kojaku

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Lookin' good in SoCal, Kojaku!

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I'd say not driving a car, but using a bike and public transportations would save you enough money to buy a very decent setup each freaking year.
Must be nice to live where that is possible. Even on my 4 mile one way commute I would be dead already if I tried to bike to work. Nobody here respects bikers, not really even motor cycles.
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Must be nice to live where that is possible. Even on my 4 mile one way commute I would be dead already if I tried to bike to work. Nobody here respects bikers, not really even motor cycles.

Get a jetback.

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Edited by WLTN - 5/20/13 at 1:51am
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Upgraded from some cheap Hyundai HY-Z-5400 speakers to these Kenwood HM-332 speakers. Hifi system/CD players are much cheaper to buy second hand than standalone speakers and sound much better than most computer speakers. I doubt I could do better without shelling out $150-200 for some brandname bookshelf or studio monitors. I got this CD player for $15 (well over USD$100 originally according to Google). Great bargain since I got my precious computer bookshelf speakers for $32 brand new. Those old Hyundai speakers have been relegated to be used as speakers for my digital piano (CDP-100) with the CV piano or Maestro VST sounds.

 

I love the looks of these without the grille a lot. Compared to before, bigger cabinet, slightly bigger tweeter (1.5 inch vs 1 inch) and slightly bigger woofer (4 inch vs 3.5 inch). Notably, its soundstage is excellent along with deeper bass (from 60-70hz down to 50-60hz more or less).

 

By the way, I didn't feature my DIY speaker stands in the photos last time I posted here either, which were made out of cardboard paper, pillow stuffing, and sticky tapes

 


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Y u no post in the DIY stand thread?

 

I love the orange colour BTW, what are you talking about?


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