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Isn't that the god of destruction above your rig? :O

 

God of Dance, it just means that god is passionate about dance. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nataraja

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Isn't that the god of destruction above your rig? :O


Yes, Shiva is associated with the destruction of the entire world, and the freeing of humanity from the illusion. But when that happens, we will have a lot more to be concerned with than soundstage and impedance matching :eek:

 

At least he is dancing at the end of the world: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nataraja

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LOL! :gs1000smile: 

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It's over. All done. Portable and home. All done, for real now :). Not even Jude could convince me to upgrade. And in case you were wondering, the changes are the tubes. Went from the stock RCA 6080s and generic Chinese 6H9Cs to a matched quad of RCA 6AS7Gs (Black Plate) and a matched pair of Tung-Sol 6SL7GTs. Seriously though. I don't usually make claims this grandiose, but this is it for me.

 

 

I'll post more pics of absolutely everything soon, including my endgame portable setup.

 

Kojaku


Edited by Kojaku - 5/3/14 at 6:43am
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Not a very good image but here goes~

 

Schiit Bifrost Uber -> Project Ember -> Mrspeaker Alpha Dogs

 

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To quote Tom Waits; " what's he building in there..?" 

 

Far too many "I started and will probably never finish" projects...

 

Somewhere in the back of the pile I had this ridiculous idea to build a 3-channel b22 but in a config similar to Jan Meier's active balanced config, using (of all things) a hacked M3 to create the necessary signals. I've got all the pieces... but they're just sitting there.

 

 

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Far too many "I started and will probably never finish" projects...

 

Somewhere in the back of the pile I had this ridiculous idea to build a 3-channel b22 but in a config similar to Jan Meier's active balanced config, using (of all things) a hacked M3 to create the necessary signals. I've got all the pieces... but they're just sitting there.

 

 

Good stuff. I wish I had a work room for my vintage gear... Kitchen bench for me :rolleyes:

 

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It's over. All done. Portable and home. All done, for real now :). 

 

I'll post more pics of absolutely everything soon, including my endgame potable.

 

Kojaku

I believe you. Thousands won't ;)

 

Look forward to some more pics - they're always quality, and dang that LD amp looks sweet!

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Originally Posted by Kojaku View Post
 

I'll post more pics of absolutely everything soon, including my endgame portable setup.

 

Kojaku

I'm on the edge of my seat!

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I've made a few tweaks, mainly moving things around my living.  Both pics are from the same room.

 

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hodgjy,

 

Is that a WA6? How do you find the TEAC in comparison to the Woo?

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Newer rack to hold most
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hodgjy,

 

Is that a WA6? How do you find the TEAC in comparison to the Woo?

That's a WA3.  They are in completely different leagues.  The WA3 is warm, tubey, romantic, and a little fuzzy.  The TEAC is clean, transparent, yet very musical. 

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Is that a tube-modded Oppo??? :eek:

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Got DSD DAC for around two months. So I order all-in-one PC for playing song only.

After listen all files as DSD format (PCM to DSD on-the-fly) for two months, I can't switch back to listen 16/44.1 again. Reason is that, imho,  DSD format make PCM files more smooth and less digital. Very relax

 

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Newer rack to hold most

Not only nice and tidy but I see you got the box with the well regarded Modwright Tube Output design... congrats!

:beerchug:

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