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Guess what the "girlfriend" is tongue.gif

 

Lulz :D

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LOD cable is the most expensive component in the rig! tongue_smile.gifbiggrin.gif

Oddly enough, a friend hooked me up with this LOD for the cost of shipping ($6).
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You lucky bastard;)
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Just finished relocating to Alabama and I don't yet have my Woo stands unpacked (hence the lack of headphones in this photo), but currently my can collection (minus a few odds and ends that are still packed away) is hanging on two makeshift racks (made from metal piping and bubble wrap) shoved between my couch and my wall. It's not pretty, so I decided to share this most recent photograph of my bedroom speaker setup:

 

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Those little Mission 771s back quite an audio punch for their size and the price point they sold at thirteen years ago, and I'd still say they're quite competitive today. It's too bad that company is now an IAG subsidiary. They Missions are fed by a Sherwood RVD-6090R (the same receiver I drive most of my headphones straight out of) that gets its music either from the Sony CDP-C245 beneath it or my computer (complete with another DAC for overkill), which you can see a trace of in the unmentionable-brand cable coming out of the front input (the Monster 1/8" to RCA is the only cable of its type I have, and I'm out of RCA to RCA cables to plug into the back of my uDAC2 because I have three setups throughout the house at the moment). I only own one record player and decided to use it in my living room setup, so I'm without any vinyl sound in this room. That's fine though, because my CD collection and Live Music Archive downloads are enough to keep me company in here.


Edited by ssrock64 - 7/18/12 at 9:23pm
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Originally Posted by silversurfer616 View Post

DSC_2162.jpgIn addition to the HD650,I have now a LCD2 Rev1.

Also running the Eastern Electric DAC with the tube in, as it gives a warm touch to the SS Phoenix amp.
 


This got lost a few pages back. Great setup with equipment that's not simply the go-to.

post #7266 of 18741
Very nice looking setup.
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Dare to say, silversurfer616 looks focused. wink_face.gif

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Thanks guys!smile.gif
 

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Originally Posted by ssrock64 View Post

Just finished relocating to Alabama and I don't yet have my Woo stands unpacked (hence the lack of headphones in this photo), but currently my can collection (minus a few odds and ends that are still packed away) is hanging on two makeshift racks (made from metal piping and bubble wrap) shoved between my couch and my wall. It's not pretty, so I decided to share this most recent photograph of my bedroom speaker setup:

 

700

 

 

Those little Mission 771s back quite an audio punch for their size and the price point they sold at thirteen years ago, and I'd still say they're quite competitive today. It's too bad that company is now an IAG subsidiary. They Missions are fed by a Sherwood RVD-6090R (the same receiver I drive most of my headphones straight out of) that gets its music either from the Sony CDP-C245 beneath it or my computer (complete with another DAC for overkill), which you can see a trace of in the unmentionable-brand cable coming out of the front input (the Monster 1/8" to RCA is the only cable of its type I have, and I'm out of RCA to RCA cables to plug into the back of my uDAC2 because I have three setups throughout the house at the moment). I only own one record player and decided to use it in my living room setup, so I'm without any vinyl sound in this room. That's fine though, because my CD collection and Live Music Archive downloads are enough to keep me company in here.


Nice to see a pair of mission speakers !
My dad owns a pair of Mission 731's, they sound pretty good, but when it comes to vocals, IMO, nothing beats the Rogers LS3/5a

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Muuhahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

 

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Muuhahahahahahaha!!!!!!!


How does the M1 compares to that $$$ big boy?
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Muuhahahahahahaha!!!!!!!


I am liking the Antelope! How does it perform? Any particulars you like about it?
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Are you laughing because it's paired with the M1? lol

 

Seriously though. The black gold is impressive. It's what I'd get if I wanted one. ;)

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Muuhahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

 

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post #7274 of 18741

Latest iteration...new can and a Woo Audio stand.

 

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The Shures are a real treat to listen to right now...going to wait until the "new car smell" wears off before jotting down impressions.

post #7275 of 18741

Sure is a nice stand you've got there. Wink.

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