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post #17821 of 19042
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Originally Posted by twizzleraddict View Post

Looks like a great listening space, with the desk next to your listening chair? I see the paper clip headphone hanger too. smily_headphones1.gif

Yeah, it's been a couple years of getting the room set up just how I wanted it. The wife thinks it's the most comfortable room in the house as well.
post #17822 of 19042

Inspired by the F1 post, my latest acquisition:

 

post #17823 of 19042
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Originally Posted by Defiant00 View Post
 

Inspired by the F1 post, my latest acquisition:

 

 

Very nice.  How do you like it?

 

Mine should arrive next week.

post #17824 of 19042
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Originally Posted by elvergun View Post
 

 

Very nice.  How do you like it?

 

Mine should arrive next week.

 

I really like the sound, and that they sound really good from anything and everything I've tried them with.

 

For me personally the fit is a bit weird, but I'm apparently in the minority.

 

Really glad I've got them, especially now that the price has started climbing since they've been discontinued.

post #17825 of 19042
That's a very nice looking set of cans.
post #17826 of 19042
On the topic of vintage amps, I'm considering upgrading my center piece, it doesn't seem to be doing my loudspeakers justice anymore. It sometimes doesn't push out sound to one or both channels when I turn it on and I have to twist the volume knob all around. I'm looking for something decently budget, sub 200$, vintage preferred, with enough inputs and able to fit in the space I have my current receiver in. Tubes would be awesome.

Edit, MUUUUST have built in phono amp

I'm probably gonna repost that in the vintage amps thread.
Edited by AHorseNamedJeff - 4/14/14 at 7:09am
post #17827 of 19042
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

On the topic of vintage amps, I'm considering upgrading my center piece, it doesn't seem to be doing my loudspeakers justice anymore. It sometimes doesn't push out sound to one or both channels when I turn it on and I have to twist the volume knob all around. I'm looking for something decently budget, sub 200$, vintage preferred, with enough inputs and able to fit in the space I have my current receiver in. Tubes would be awesome.

Edit, MUUUUST have built in phono amp

I'm probably gonna repost that in the vintage amps thread.

Something like this:  http://www.amazon.com/CAIG-DeoxIT-D100S-2-Spray-oz/dp/B004GE8E6S/ref=sr_1_12?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1397493690&sr=1-12&keywords=deoxit+cleaners+for+electronics#productDetails

 

sprayed into the volume knob opening and twisting the knob back and forth might be just the ticket.  Prolly just dirty.

post #17828 of 19042
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post

On the topic of vintage amps, I'm considering upgrading my center piece, it doesn't seem to be doing my loudspeakers justice anymore. It sometimes doesn't push out sound to one or both channels when I turn it on and I have to twist the volume knob all around. I'm looking for something decently budget, sub 200$, vintage preferred, with enough inputs and able to fit in the space I have my current receiver in. Tubes would be awesome.

Edit, MUUUUST have built in phono amp

I'm probably gonna repost that in the vintage amps thread.

The following Deoxit thread linked will likely solve your issues. 

 

http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=207005

post #17829 of 19042

deoxit plus possibly a few hundred twists(ya sometimes it takes that many) does magic for pots and all controls, so do pipe cleaners in combination.

post #17830 of 19042
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Originally Posted by hemipowered007 View Post

deoxit plus possibly a few hundred twists(ya sometimes it takes that many) does magic for pots and all controls, so do pipe cleaners in combination.
alright I'll try this first before dropping 200$ on a new amp, would anyone be kind enough to link exactly which one on amazon I should get? Smaller and cheaper the bottle the better.
post #17831 of 19042
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Originally Posted by AHorseNamedJeff View Post


alright I'll try this first before dropping 200$ on a new amp, would anyone be kind enough to link exactly which one on amazon I should get? Smaller and cheaper the bottle the better.

Do you have a Radio Shack nearby? Radio Shack should carry a small bottle. 

post #17832 of 19042

Psyched to find this thread!

Great idea @HiFiGuy528!!

 

 

Here's the current state of my Sonic Satori Personal Audio Lab:

 

    

 

post #17833 of 19042
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Originally Posted by mikemercer View Post
 

Psyched to find this thread!

Great idea @HiFiGuy528!!

 

 

Here's the current state of my Sonic Satori Personal Audio Lab:

 

:thumb: Suddenly, I think my dinner tastes better!

post #17834 of 19042

That looks amazing mike...  The McIntosh and that turntable look absolutely stunning

post #17835 of 19042

 

Update on the portable setup. Replaced my old Bose IE's with Fidelio S2's and the difference is huge. 

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