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Here's my system, actually two, one for multi-channel and another for stereo.
I love the DP-59 and Nautilus 800's Rob. Quite the R to R collection too!
Here is a short video of my this system in action. But waiting for SILVER cables too come in and wall treatment as well then I will be done. WILLIE NELSON STARDUST SAMPLE
Super nice looking!
Nice speakers! So much media, so little time
Top picture is my living room system:
McIntosh C2600 tube preamp
McIntosh MC452 power amp
Linn LP12 w/Radikal power supply, Akiva MC cartridge, Ekos SE tonearm
Zesto vacuum tube phono stage
Bryston BDP2 Music server
Bricasti M1SE DAC
2 Running Springs power conditioners
Bottom 2 pictures are my basement system:
Sterling LS3/6 speakers and REL S5 subwoofer
Auris Nirvana headphone amp and power supply
Rega RP10 turntable w/Apheta 2 cartridge
Van Alstine FET Valve CF preamp
Van Alstine 600R power amp
Luxman EQ500 vacuum tube phono stage
Aurender N100H Music server
Bryston BDA3 DAC
Equi=Tech 2RQ balanced power conditioner
Steve not seeing any pictures?
Hmm, that is strange. I checked on my iPad and I didn't see my pics. I'm on my computer now and I see the pics.
Steve not seeing any
Yeah I am looking on my Ipad and my Computer NO PICS it is showing only this ----->
Trying again. Hopefully the pictures can be seen now.
Steve I see pictures now. Very nice setup and I always wanted to update from my Rega RP8 to the RP10. I have a Dynavector 17D3 cart on it now and planning on selling tomorrow on here.
How do you like the Luxman phono?
I like the Luxman phono stage very much. I had the Rega Aria phono stage for about 2 years and I thought that it was really nice for its price range but I like tube phono stages because I can tailor sound to my preferences. What attracted me to the EQ500 was that it’s very quiet, less noise than the SS Aria and it has great flexibility to match nearly any cartridge that I throw at it. All that doesn’t matter if the sound isn’t better than the Aria but it was a nice big step up. The soundstage, imaging, musicality, all improved with the 500 in my system. I feel my analog system is set for many years to come.
The RP8 is a very nice sounding turntable. When I went shopping locally for a turntable about 3 years ago, I listened to the RP8 vs a basic LP12 in the same price range and I preferred the RP8. The dealer didn’t even have the RP10 so I didn’t listen to it before buying it. The only reason I bought the RP10 instead of the RP8 was that I knew I would get upgraditis in a year or two .... so I went with the 10.
Uber-like, and granting top honors for your combination of clean & cool aesthetic. Wow!
Really sweet Harbeth setups up in here too!
Not mine, but post-worthy anyways. Wow...
"An Architect's Music Room"