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Oh I like it Steven.

 

I've been called plenty but never an angel.

 

I like the sound of it.............

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How the hell did headfi pull those page numbers off?
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Oh I like it Steven.

 

I've been called plenty but never an angel.

 

I like the sound of it.............

 

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It was only last week! :biggrin: 


Edited by parbaked - 2/13/14 at 10:13am
post #8389 of 10645

Steven I was trying to persuade Aldo I am good............so I can take Miguel with his slingshot on the boat!!!!!!!

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Steven I was trying to persuade Aldo I am good............so I can take Miguel with his slingshot on the boat!!!!!!!


ahahahahahahahahahahahahah!!!

good joke.

you want to bribe me too, i´m so pure

post #8391 of 10645
Well I finally got to hear a Glenn amp. My planned evening visit to my good friend Minches' house turned into a bit of a longer stay due to the storm...Dave and his awesome wife were kind enough to put me up for the night as my morning flight was cancelled...I'm still at the Philly airport actually, not clear if I will get out tonight to tomorrow.

The GAPE sounded absolutely terrific with the LCD-3. There is a delicacy and detail to the treble that was otherworldly. The bass weight was also colossal, while still being very well defined and controlled. In both these respects if bested my great love the Leben CS-300 (which Dave also has one of, conveniently located right next to the GAPE). Glenn's amp is a top tier headphone amp, no doubt.

One more pic:



That said, it was Dave's unbelievable speaker stereo which was the real treat. Very few have ever heard music reproduced in their home this well. It was astonishing.

post #8392 of 10645

woah, that is a dream HT setup.  

 

Skylab, my wallet is cursing you...  Glenn how long is the wait for GAPE?


Edited by jc9394 - 2/13/14 at 1:10pm
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post

Well I finally got to hear a Glenn amp. My planned evening visit to my good friend Minches' house turned into a bit of a longer stay due to the storm...Dave and his awesome wife were kind enough to put me up for the night as my morning flight was cancelled...I'm still at the Philly airport actually, not clear if I will get out tonight to tomorrow.

The GAPE sounded absolutely terrific with the LCD-3. There is a delicacy and detail to the treble that was otherworldly. The bass weight was also colossal, while still being very well defined and controlled. In both these respects if bested my great love the Leben CS-300 (which Dave also has one of, conveniently located right next to the GAPE). Glenn's amp is a top tier headphone amp, no doubt.

One more pic:



That said, it was Dave's unbelievable speaker stereo which was the real treat. Very few have ever heard music reproduced in their home this well. It was astonishing.


Did you make the green wall diffuser yourself dminches?
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What a listening room. I wonder did it take long to get the room set up like that? What speakers are those if ye don't mind me asking? 

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Vandersteen 5A's....Awesome speakers...The bigger brothers to my 2Ce Sig II's....

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Rob, you lucky guy! Quite a tribute to the GAPE to best the Leben!

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I can make up the Cary pre, but boy that's one awesome looking man cave you got there. With a setup that that why even bother to go to the big screen.
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Did you make the green wall diffuser yourself dminches?

 

No.  They are RPG Skylines.  They came painted to match the wall color!

 

Having Rob here was a blast.  I needed his seal of approval on the room before labeling it a success.  I played DJ as we played multiple digital selections before going to vinyl, which sealed the deal.

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What a listening room. I wonder did it take long to get the room set up like that? What speakers are those if ye don't mind me asking? 

 

The construction took a couple months and then it took 3 more to do all the room treatments.  Kudos to Jeff Hedback on his work and design.

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Having Rob here was a blast.  I needed his seal of approval on the room before labeling it a success.  I played DJ as we played multiple digital selections before going to vinyl, which sealed the deal.

It's a smashing success. I don't get to have that level of music and audio fun all that often since - I of course get to enjoy my own systems, which I do, but rarely do I get to enjoy great music on a great system with an audio buddy biggrin.gif It was awesome.
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