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Wow! You're right David, in that case there shouldn't be any problem. And in my case it will save some space on my desk.
Will get in touch with you as soon as my wallet has recovered from the latest purchase to understand the cost of the rack. Thanks again David, and sorry guys for the OT.
post #392 of 454
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Wow! You're right David, in that case there shouldn't be any problem. And in my case it will save some space on my desk.
Will get in touch with you as soon as my wallet has recovered from the latest purchase to understand the cost of the rack. Thanks again David, and sorry guys for the OT.

The mini rack Mick did for me which I use with my GS-Xmk2 cost £20, however because it's mild steel not stainless steel, I had to have it power coated which cost £10, so obviously the rack cost me £30.
I'm not sure if Mick would offer you the same deal as me, but if you would like the name and address of his company, and also the phone number I could send you a PM.
If or when you decide to get a rack from him, it might be best for you to visit his place because there are several different styles the rack could be done.
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Just ordered these and hope to have then delivered and installed within the month.  This is the Black Pearl Finish, which I have ordered on the Aeris.

 

 

Picture courtesy of http://www.stereomojo.com/2013%20ROCKY%20MOUNTAIN%20AUDIOFEST%20SHOW%20REPORT/2013ROCKYMOUNTAINAUDIOFESTPART4.htm


Edited by Audio Addict - 12/30/13 at 1:02pm
post #394 of 454

here is my headphone set up - not really high end

 

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here is my headphone set up - not really high end

 

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

Beautiful picture, and very nice set up!

post #396 of 454

Not really high end? :blink: Naim CD & read a quick review on the MPX3.. ummm.. Nice!!

 

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here is my headphone set up - not really high end

 

post #397 of 454

my bad - that's my old system in the sig - im now into a berendsen cd player - alo studio six and lcd-3

post #398 of 454
His signature is out of date. That's an ALO Studio 6 and LCD3. The CD player does not appear to be a Naim as it doesn't match their styling, but it could be very old.
post #399 of 454

Saw the Audeze's in the background - nope, not a Naim player on second look - anyway - same comment.. Nice!!

 

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my bad - that's my old system in the sig - im now into a berendsen cd player - alo studio six and lcd-3

post #400 of 454
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here is my headphone set up - not really high end

 

yea, great picture. What camera you using there? Looks great

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yea, great picture. What camera you using there? Looks great

nikon d300 i think

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Have also added a custom Q Audio Brown French Silk cable w/ Terrazzo Plug for the Audeze's and have a Sennheiser HD800 on the way too!

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here is my headphone set up - not really high end

 

That is very nice looking!  Clean!  Where can I get those wood foot blocks?

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That is very nice looking!  Clean!  Where can I get those wood foot blocks?

audiogon , under tweaks - there is a seller there that sells them .

post #405 of 454

How is that not a high end system?

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