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Hello. I am now using my Glenn Amps Mono Blocks with the Zana Deux SE as a preamp. Excellent sounding for the day after Thanksgiving. It's been on for 1/2 an hour so I'll know more about the sound signature at the end of the day--10 hours later.

 

Thanks again, Glenn.

 

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Hello. I am now using my Glenn Amps Mono Blocks with the Zana Deux SE as a preamp. Excellent sounding for the day after Thanksgiving. It's been on for 1/2 an hour so I'll know more about the sound signature at the end of the day--10 hours later.

 

Thanks again, Glenn.

 

looks great! the zana would be a great option for pr-amp, its supposed to be very fast and detailed. i look forward to impressions. 

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great album. She is a major talent

Yup.  Her often natural syncopation when she plays each note every slightly off beat is what I enjoy the most when it comes to smooth jazz pianist.

 

+1

 

I have some of her early work on vinyl from Yamaha R&D Studios as the 19 year old prodigy from Japan (Keiko Doi). :wink:

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I must have a listen, Keiko Matsui' you say. 

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Very relaxing...

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Very relaxing...

sounds like it might be a good option for my new hd800's with woo

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They still have fresh apple here in SF. But for how long I know not.

Highly recommended: http://www.philoapplefarm.com/

80+ varieties of heirloom apples!

Stay in the cottages, eat at the Booneville Hotel....


Edited by parbaked - 11/29/13 at 9:49am
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I have stored all my amps and headphones an have only been using the Cypherlabs Theorem and the LCD2.
i'm in shock myself. No idea why i just bought the Neko Audio MK2 DAC
Edited by Ultrainferno - 11/29/13 at 10:01am
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Thanks to Mihis, I am listening to Anna Ternheim - The Night Visitor LP on my GlennZanaAmp Combo--It is incredible. Her vocals are so engaging. Glenn's amp is surely true to acoustic music (among others).

 

This is Walking Aimlessly.

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I have stored all my amps and headphones an have only been using the Cypherlabs Theorem and the LCD2.
i'm in shock myself. No idea why i just bought the Neko Audio MK2 DAC

:eek:.... for a speaker rig? 

 

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I thought it was a different DAC, my bad


Edited by magiccabbage - 11/29/13 at 10:35am
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Yes. Speaker rigs! I am slowly abandoning my headphone gear and opting for the non-tethered listening experience of speakers. Just think if I had to use different speakers every time I changed tubes or amps. I love my Zu Audio Omens. They go with every speaker amp I own. By the way, just in case you're interested. http://www.zuaudio.com/sales/sale-omen-peachtree-mission

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Yes. Speaker rigs! I am slowly abandoning my headphone gear and opting for the non-tethered listening experience of speakers. Just think if I had to use different speakers every time I changed tubes or amps. I love my Zu Audio Omens. They go with every speaker amp I own. By the way, just in case you're interested. http://www.zuaudio.com/sales/sale-omen-peachtree-mission

very nice. i have looked at your speakers before in pics. 97db - nice and sensitive. I will go the speaker route myself eventually but i live with others at the moment and it would not be fair on them if i was pumping music all the time.  How do they compare to the Klipsch rf-7 do you know? 

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very nice. i have looked at your speakers before in pics. 97db - nice and sensitive. I will go the speaker route myself eventually but i live with others at the moment and it would not be fair on them if i was pumping music all the time.  How do they compare to the Klipsch rf-7 do you know? 


That's why I'm not completely there yet. There are times that I need to listen to music with headphones. Yesterday I heard sounds that I hadn't heard while listening through my speakers. Like background sounds thrown way to the left or right ear. It was a song by Grizzly Bear off their Shields LP. The song is Gun-Shy. An incredible piece to listen to on headphones.

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+1

 

I have some of her early work on vinyl from Yamaha R&D Studios as the 19 year old prodigy from Japan (Keiko Doi). :wink:

Miss the vinyl days. I have like three albums bu none of the ear lie tones and this new release is excellent

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Highly recommended: http://www.philoapplefarm.com/

80+ varieties of heirloom apples!

Stay in the cottages, eat at the Booneville Hotel....


Thanks! I always need great suggestions for a food retreat!

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