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Emotiva, headamp, lots of cans and head fi webpage as your start browser... You've been head fied!

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taken 15 minutes ago:

 

 

 

13" MBP Running Amarra
Alo Audio Panam - Running through the supplied Wallwart as I will be traveling - I find the Gateway will make everything too bulky
LCD2 Rev 2 - Bamboo
HE-500
 
I used to like the HE500 quite a bit more with my other amp, now the LCD2 is taking the spotlight with a wider soundstage and more clarity and impact due to the Whiplash TWAG V3 and works amazingly well with the Panam.

Edited by Annafrancesca - 9/1/13 at 6:54am
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cheap old hp laptop --> ODAC --> Vintage (1976 or 1977) Pioneer SX-750 --> AKG Q701..... I just recently upgraded from the E17 to the ODAC. Huge improvement. 

 

For $400, excluding the laptop it is an absolute kill setup. It's honestly the best sounding thing I've heard. 

 

Q701: $240 - brand new

ODAC: $120 - new, but open box

SX-750: $40 - obviously used, but in great condition. A little bit of DeoxIT and it was good to go. Not exactly sure of it's history, but it's very clean and sounds perfect. 

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In respond to a friend's

 

My touche pic of Bob Marley in concert :)

 

She went to a Steel Pulse, Wailers and Tribal Seeds concert

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These are what I have been using for a while.

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Originally Posted by snapple10 View Post

 

In respond to a friend's

 

My touche pic of Bob Marley in concert :)

 

She went to a Steel Pulse, Wailers and Tribal Seeds concert

 

oooh ZDT!  looks nice, are those the T1's plugged into it?

 

also like how the HD 600 looks in the corner

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Yes, was testing the T1with it
Just do not ask me to describe the sound:)
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cheap old hp laptop --> ODAC --> Vintage (1976 or 1977) Pioneer SX-750 --> AKG Q701..... I just recently upgraded from the E17 to the ODAC. Huge improvement. 

 

For $400, excluding the laptop it is an absolute kill setup. It's honestly the best sounding thing I've heard. 

 

Q701: $240 - brand new

ODAC: $120 - new, but open box

SX-750: $40 - obviously used, but in great condition. A little bit of DeoxIT and it was good to go. Not exactly sure of it's history, but it's very clean and sounds perfect. 

 

Looks good.

I've got my eye on an old amp belonging to my folks. Older amps are great value for performance.

Did you have to do any maintenance?

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Mac > Airport Express > Theta Cobalt > Mjolnir > HD 600

 

 

 

Es goot sounds.

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Wow these setups are really nice. I love that Pioneer receiver posted earlier. Very nice. I really need to get my setup organized better.
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Originally Posted by Eee Pee View Post

Mac > Airport Express > Theta Cobalt > Mjolnir > HD 600

 

 

 

Es goot sounds.

I'll bet!  Too clean looking, though.  I'm a messy kind of guy.biggrin.gif

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My most used station.  A recliner sits right next to this and the equipment is basically out of sight of the wife.   It's a Kenwood KA-5700 integrated amp from 1978 feeding into a Kenwood EQ, fed by either the iPhone 4 you see in the second picture or the Yamaha CD player that's sitting on top of the Kenwood.  Wife approval rating is high as all she cared about is NOT ON TOP OF THE TABLE.  Mission accomplished.  All controls easily reached while sitting in the "Archie Bunker recliner" as she calls it.  I call it comfort. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

My most used station.  A recliner sits right next to this and the equipment is basically out of sight of the wife.   It's a Kenwood KA-5700 integrated amp from 1978 feeding into a Kenwood EQ, fed by either the iPhone 4 you see in the second picture or the Yamaha CD player that's sitting on top of the Kenwood.  Wife approval rating is high as all she cared about is NOT ON TOP OF THE TABLE.  Mission accomplished.  All controls easily reached while sitting in the "Archie Bunker recliner" as she calls it.  I call it comfort. 

 

 

 

I hope that if I ever get married (doubtful at this point), she appreciates music as much as I do.  If that doesn't work, I'll have a mancubby like this.  Nice.

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I'm surprised that so many of you have antagonistic relationships with your significant other in terms of this hobby.

 

If I had a significant other who gave me half as much grief as I've read in posts here, I'd tell them to go bang rocks together or get out of my house.


Edited by Tus-Chan - 9/3/13 at 6:11pm
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post
 

My most used station.  A recliner sits right next to this and the equipment is basically out of sight of the wife.   It's a Kenwood KA-5700 integrated amp from 1978 feeding into a Kenwood EQ, fed by either the iPhone 4 you see in the second picture or the Yamaha CD player that's sitting on top of the Kenwood.  Wife approval rating is high as all she cared about is NOT ON TOP OF THE TABLE.  Mission accomplished.  All controls easily reached while sitting in the "Archie Bunker recliner" as she calls it.  I call it comfort. 

Are those Alpha Pads on your Ultrasone, or what?

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