Linn Genki CD player (used as transport)
PS Audio Duet line conditioner
Isotek Sirius EVO3
Other Audio Equipment:
Linn Sondek LP-12 Turntable (in its original box, doesn't sound too good that way)
Jolida tube pre-amp
Quad 405-II amp
Thiel CS2 speakers
Lots of analog RCA style interconnects; Iron Lung Jellyfish power cord(s), Vibrapods of all flavors,
All over the place. I guess my record and CD collection (not that anyone has either anymore) is mostly Classic Rock. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Kansas, Queen, The Who, Black Oak Arkansas (!), Jethro Tull, YES, Emerson Lake and Palmer, ZZ Top, Rush, the list goes on and on. Warren Zevon was great. Brian Setzer Orchestra. BR-549 were talented and entertaining. Maybe my favorite band from this millennium is The Von Bondies. Not together anymore, of course. Had a "crush" on the Donnas - try out their album "Gold Medal" as it is the one recorded the best. In addition, Diana Krall, Little Big Town, Tedeschi-Trucks Band. Way out there, a really musical Metal Band (Epic Viking Battle Metal), if you can get past the harsh vocals on some songs, from Finland: Ensiferum. Try out on YouTube "Victory Song" (the song, not the album) if you dare; or, "In My Sword I Trust".
50s, previously into 2-channel audio. Degrees in Civil Engineering and Golf Course Architecture.
Who knew at the time: Idiocracy was actually a documentary...
Modem > > EtherREGEN (I am seeing into the future) > > CAT8 Supra Ethernet Cable > > Cary DMS-550 Streamer/DAC > > Omega Micro !mpulse 200 ribbon (analog) interconnects > > borrowed Millett Hybrid (although a fuzzy image of what I think is an ecp L-3 amplifier pervades my mind) > > Ether 2 headphones. Linn Genki used as a CD transport, Omega Micro Zephyr digital interconnect. Mapleshade Samson V.5 equipment rack, IsoBlocks, 4" Maple Platforms, Micropoint Megafeet.