I love Jazz and Audio/Video. Thanks Fleasbaby for starting the thread.
Here are some of my systems that I listen to my music on.
5 Channel System
Denon AVR-3805; Yamaha SA-CD Player DVD-C750; LG BD-370 Blu-Ray Player; Mac Mini; Fronts: Bay Audio Cube XL; Center: Bay Audio Cube; Rears: Bay Audio Mini Cube; Bay Audio Subwoofer
2 Channel System
Bel Canto DAC 3.5VB MKII; Bel Canto CD2; Bel Canto VBS1; Bel Canto REF500 Mono Block Amplifiers; Mark & Daniel Rubies; Mark & Daniel Harmonizers; Pure I-20 iPod Dock
27" iMac; Bel Canto C5i DAC/Integrated Amplifier; Mark & Daniel Maximus Mini
iPod Classic 7G (Multi-Purpose); iTouch 4G (Jazz and vocals); Headstage Arrow 12HE 3G
AKG K550; Monster Miles Davis Trumpet
Car Audio System
Head Unit: Eclipse CD7100; Front Stage: Hertz Millie MLK 2; Sub: Hertz Millie ML3000 12"; Amplifier: Audison LRx 5.1K; Battery: Optima D35 Yellow Top; Sound Deadening: Hushmat Ultra in the doors, flooring and hatch area
Rick Braun - Boney James - Fourplay - Spyro Gyra - Najee - Wayman Tisdale - Paul Taylor - Pieces Of A Dream - Richard Elliot - The Rippingtons - Norman Brown - Nat King Cole - Diana Krall - George Duke - George Benson - Joyce Cooling - Kirk Whalum - Lee Ritenour - Acoustic Alchemy - Alfonzo Blackwell - Joe Henderson - Joe Sample - Joshua Redman - Miles Davis - Dizzy Gillespie - George Howard - Grover Washington Jr. - Warren Hill - Terence Blanchard - Chris Botti - Herbie Hancook - Geral Albright - Earl Klugh - Baby Face Willette - David Sanborn - Braxton Brothers - Charlie Parker - Stanley Jordan - Zachary Breaux - Charles Mingus - Kenny G
I know this is a jazz thread but these artist have a jazzy and soultry sound to them that I couldn't resist putting them down also.
Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly - Al Jarreau - Sade - Kem - Liz Wright - Eric Clapton - Keb-Mo - Norah Jones- Jill Scott - Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly - Adele - Anita Baker
Enya - Yanni - Vanessa-Mae - YellowJackets
If you would like to try something a little different from the norm in Jazz check out Hidden Beach Recordings Unwrapped Series. The fuse Hip-Hop, R&B to Jazz. They done an excellent job.
I know I said in the other post about Stanley Jordan's rendition of Stairway to Heaven. This video doesn't do any justice to hearing it off CD or good rip.
Edited by Spawn300Z - 8/16/12 at 5:46am