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Originally Posted by TheWuss View Post

It's available in black now.
Except the jc-2 pre. Which won't be available in black for a couple months...
The black looks nice.

Shoulda said 'if i coulda got it in black awhile back'. smily_headphones1.gif

I'd love their CDP. Still need a good digital source.
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post #168 of 454
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Nice pictures! Love the look of the BHSE and that comfy chair.

post #169 of 454
Here is mine at this time.




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My mostly Pioneer rack system from 1977 / 1978 - TX-9500 tuner, CT-F1000 tape deck, SG-9500 Equalizer, Spec 1 Preamp, Spec 2 Amp (250 wpc), Yamaha P-520 turntable, Sony CD player, Audioengine W2 wireless iDevice player, all fed into Klipsch KG 3.2 and Sansui S-1500 tower speakers.  A lifetime dream system - took me 51 years to get it.  

 

post #171 of 454
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Here is mine at this time.
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Holy....tell me you have some speakers to go with this system too!

post #172 of 454
Nope no speakers.frown.gif
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Quite a collection you have there KingStyles, very jelly. Awesome photos too!

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Here is mine at this time.



 

May I ask where you got the cover for the BA?  Was it custom-made?  If so, would you mind giving the dimensions?

 

Thanks.

post #175 of 454
I had it made at tap plactics. i can measure it tonight after work.
post #176 of 454
Here is the sketch of the top. The measurements are from the inside walls of the plastic.

post #177 of 454
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Originally Posted by KingStyles View Post

Here is the sketch of the top. The measurements are from the inside walls of the plastic.


Very kind of you, thank you.
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Originally Posted by Oregonian View Post

My mostly Pioneer rack system from 1977 / 1978 - TX-9500 tuner, CT-F1000 tape deck, SG-9500 Equalizer, Spec 1 Preamp, Spec 2 Amp (250 wpc), Yamaha P-520 turntable, Sony CD player, Audioengine W2 wireless iDevice player, all fed into Klipsch KG 3.2 and Sansui S-1500 tower speakers.  A lifetime dream system - took me 51 years to get it.  

 

Looks like a dream from 1977...The year I was born. Very well done indeed. That's a true classic stereo . . .

post #179 of 454
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ok, the question is: does all those stuffs give significant improvements compared to a normal PC with DAC?

Yes it does. Just about the best upgrade per dollar over my Sony Vaio laptop.

 

Tho a few things got changed. The Asus Hero  MB got replaced by MSI MPower variant and I have started using DBPoweramp with Accurate rip for ripping. Not using any compression in FLAC vs 5 earlier. The result, the bit rate has gone up (always good news in my book) by not using any compression. Tried comparing with EAC for the rips but metadata was such a pain to fetch that I decided to  go with DBPoweramp without spending further time trying to compare the rips.  I think new DB rips sound better than (old ones on) JRM tho as a player JRM cannot be beat. 

post #180 of 454

I posted this in the Mini Magnepan forum as well, but it still applies here...

EDIT: I guess it's pretty hard to see what's there.

DSPeaker Anti-mode Dual Core 2.0 => Parasound Halo A21 => Mini Maggie's + Magnepan DWM + SVS SB13 Ultra

With two acoustic diffusers and a bass trap


 


Edited by rrahman - 7/27/13 at 9:34pm
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