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post #15976 of 20233
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Grinding is a very crude method that doesn't give the granules the proper consistency that immolation does. The problem with immolation is that you lose more material in the process, thus 3X as many horns are needed. It's quite wasteful, but the laws protecting unicorns are quite archaic so it's not a problem. No price is too high for audio nirvana.

Some words of wisdom right there. :beerchug:

post #15977 of 20233
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700

That looks good enough to be in a glossy hifi mag! Very smart. 

post #15978 of 20233

Beer? That's a cider there, friend. I'm not a beer drinker, but Woodchuck on the other hand...

 

Have you tried their new PUMPKIN for the holidays? It's 7% (so it hits hard) and tastes pretty awesome. :)

 

Had 4 last night, myself.

 

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Originally Posted by jasonb View Post
 

The gear is in my sig... plus the beer.

 

It's all next to my couch (that reclines) on an end table. It's comfy.


Edited by MorbidToaster - 12/2/13 at 7:37am
post #15979 of 20233
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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

 

Beer? That's a cider there, friend. I'm not a beer drinker, but Woodchuck on the other hand...

 

Have you tried their new PUMPKIN for the holidays? It's 7% (so it hits hard) and tastes pretty awesome. :)

 

Had 4 last night, myself.

Anddddd I'm off to the store.

post #15980 of 20233
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Originally Posted by Gnomeplay View Post

Anddddd I'm off to the store.

Good call.

EDIT: They did a flavor that was called Autumn or something that comes in the boxes as the seasonal brew, but I didn't like it. It was too sweet (like a Mike's Hard) and I couldn't stomach it. However, the Pumpkin gets the sweetness right while still tasting similar.
Edited by MorbidToaster - 12/2/13 at 12:32pm
post #15981 of 20233

Photo 4 of 6

 

Nuforce uDac-3, Sansa Clip and Fuze, Pioneer HDJ-2000, Munitio Pro40, and somewhere just above the image a modded T50rp which was probably the best pairing with the udac3.

post #15982 of 20233

Yesterday my audio rack become two shelves higher... though two shelves are empty at the moment, I bought this two shelves because the model of my rack is out of production, so if I will need more shelves in future then I probably won't be able to buy them... actually you can see that eventually I had to buy shelves with different color compared to what I had, it's because I were not able to find shelves with "my" color anywhere... hope the rack with shelves of different color doesn't look too ugly :confused: ...

 

 

Also have to mention that since my last post into this thread I had a few upgrades, but they are mostly not visible on photos of my rig, that because this upgrades is cables - Shunyata Research Anaconda ZTron power cord (can be seen inserted in WES on 2nd photo above) and XLR interconnect cables... it may seem a small upgrade for someone, but for me in terms of sound it's not small at all... but the price on this cables is really scary, it was not easy for me to decide to buy them, both financially and morally...


Edited by DragonOwen - 12/2/13 at 10:32pm
post #15983 of 20233

DragonOwen,

 

I would say switch your rack positions to match the color of your gear, black ones on the bottom and silver/grey ones on top of them. That power cord looks like cords scientists use on cold-fusion experiments lol :p

 

Nice system mate, hope I'd get there eventually.

post #15984 of 20233
Black and silver matches the gear and the wallpaper. smily_headphones1.gif
post #15985 of 20233
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Originally Posted by 62ohm View Post
 

DragonOwen,

 

I would say switch your rack positions to match the color of your gear, black ones on the bottom and silver/grey ones on top of them. That power cord looks like cords scientists use on cold-fusion experiments lol :p

 

Nice system mate, hope I'd get there eventually.

It's not possible to place black on the bottom, because this model of rack has base 2 shelves module that has to be on the bottom (this module has solid frame), my base module is silver...

 

Thanks!

post #15986 of 20233
DragonOwen, my wallet is trembling in fear... Gratz on reaching The End.
post #15987 of 20233
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

DragonOwen, my wallet is trembling in fear... Gratz on reaching The End.

Thanks!

 

Just did something a bit hilarious with my rack... put my modded Lenco 75 on the bottom shelf of my rack... I know it's maybe a "bad tone" to do this, but in my case it have some pros and cons:

 

pros:

+ I freed up space on the dresser where previously stationed Lenco

+ Now I can use Interconnects that has normal length and quality, rather than the 3-meter cheap DIY that I used earlier (because of the distance from the Lenco and phono stage from amplifier)

+ Lenco and phono now powered by power regenerator

 

cons:

- There is a lot of dust on bottom shelf

- It's not easy and comfortable to do something with Lenco when it's located on bottom shelf

- Maybe that is not very good for sound when Lenco when it's located on bottom shelf

- It's looks a bit "not right" ...

 

So a few photos of what I have now (the small box on the second (from above) shelf is phono stage):

post #15988 of 20233
Dragonowen ^impressive!
post #15989 of 20233

+1, but I would move the Lenco up!

Does the Woo only fit on top or can you move the Lenco up top and everything else down one?

If you leave it on bottom A cover would be good but even more inconvenience...

post #15990 of 20233
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Originally Posted by parbaked View Post
 

+1, but I would move the Lenco up!

Does the Woo only fit on top or can you move the Lenco up top and everything else down one?

If you leave it on bottom A cover would be good but even more inconvenience...

Yes, WES fit only on top and I can't separate him on two shelves because power cable between WES modules is short...

The bottom shelf is the highest, if I move Lenco up I won't be able to comfortable operate it...

I have a cover for Lenco and I can put it on Lenco if Lenco located on bottom shelf, but I had to do a cut on the cover because tonearm prevented to put a cover on Lenco, so now cover is not tight... also cover is from original Lenco so I put it on plywood plinth and it only covers the original Lenco mechanism from above... so I expect that dust will be a major problem......


Edited by DragonOwen - 12/3/13 at 12:35pm
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