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I love the granite plate under the laptop..did it improve anything in ur soundquality?

It's to stop the computer overheating because thats a glass shelf, and most vintage amps give off a good amount of heat especially if they have lights. 

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Slow day with M&M, my newly acquired Vintage Dt990 and my triple Tung-sol tubes :wink:

 

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My "nr.2" head-fi station: at my desk. Bought a heed canamp on the strenght of the heed canalot in my "nr.1" head-fi station.

 

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I love the granite plate under the laptop..did it improve anything in ur soundquality?

Oh yes! Granite is well known to inbue a backer background, more air between instruments, a deeper 3D soundstage and much more micro-detail retrieval....lol.
Edited by palmfish - 9/5/13 at 12:29pm
post #14960 of 18381
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Originally Posted by khaine1711 View Post
 

Slow day with M&M, my newly acquired Vintage Dt990 and my triple Tung-sol tubes :wink:

 

That is a happy picture....A nice way to spend the day!

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My "nr.2" head-fi station: at my desk. Bought a heed canamp on the strenght of the heed canalot in my "nr.1" head-fi station.

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Damn... you take some incredible photos. Very nice shot.

post #14962 of 18381
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Damn... you take some incredible photos. Very nice shot.

 

I second that. It's very nearly as good as a Loevhagen shot.

post #14963 of 18381
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Originally Posted by palmfish View Post
Oh yes! Granite is well known to inbue a blacker background, more air between instruments, a deeper 3D soundstage and much more micro-detail retrieval....lol.

Ah dude, don't give me the idea :( I know you were joking, but... I might just run down to the home improvement store and check out some granite slabs. 

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Ah dude, don't give me the idea :( I know you were joking, but... I might just run down to the home improvement store and check out some granite slabs. 

 

Checking them out is fine to do....it's dragging them home where the problems start

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Checking them out is fine to do....it's dragging them home where the problems start

So true...for so many things in life biggrin.gif
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Checking them out is fine to do....it's dragging them home where the problems start

 

^^^ thats how I met my wife :/

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^^^ thats how I met my wife :/

Ah, a "glass is half full" kind of guy! Good for you. biggrin.gif
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Ah, a "glass is half full" kind of guy! Good for you. biggrin.gif

 

As long as its Whiskey.. :rolleyes:

 

:beerchug:

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New gear day.  The two on the left are what's new, a Decware CSP3+ preamp and ZP3 phonostage.

 

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:tongue_smile:^^^^ Wowza! 

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