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  1. tumpux
     
  2. mulveling Contributor
    My BHSE is the stock cord from a few years back (don't know if it's changed); I'm not home to measure but it seems to be between 1.0m and 1.5m. It just reaches to the PSU as located in the pic, without significant strain on the connectors.
     
  3. Podster
    Ran across a photo of my rig I had in 1991, table was the awesome direct drive Denon DP47F sitting on a 325Lb machining base I got from an engineering buddy working at UT Austin. Took two of us to load the slab into the custom rack built by my roommate who was a metallurgist. Bad picture of a picture but from the top down NAD 2200PE, NAD 4220 Tuner, NAD 1130 Pre Amp, DBX 3BX, Nakamichi RX303, Denon DCD 910U CDP, Sony 13" Color TV and the DP47F. The 200PE was driving JBL 4311B Control Room Monitors:grin:

    Racked 1991.JPG

    Guess I could go even farther back to my first rig I bought my self in Germany while in the AF:wink: The common thread is they all have a table in them:thumbsup:Man were those the days:rolling_eyes: So for those who may have been around waaaaay back when we have a Techniques SL-23 belt drive (Pretty sure it had a Ortofon OM-10 Cart.) going thru a Pioneer SG-9500 Equalizer and a Pioneer SX-1050 driving larger Advents:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: Ignore that goofy looking guy pointing out the fact he owns the Doobie Brother's "Living on the fault line":laughing: LOL

    Before the L-36's.JPG
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2018
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  4. spookygonk
    Everything about that last photo is awesome.

    Awesome
     
  5. Podster
    LOL, THX @spookygonk , hard to believe it's been 40 years!
     
  6. natemact
    Clearly not the only doobies you've owned
     
  7. Podster
    Clearly (or maybe it's still a little fuzzy) could be Irie:scream: I'm only 8 minutes away from 4:20:wink: :v:
     
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  8. Redcarmoose
    @https://www.head-fi.org/members/podster.54852/

    I used to spend whole summers listening to those Advent speakers. Great memories, as they were the first introduction to so much music at 13 years old. Putting them on stands hahaha!
     
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  9. natemact
    ^^ bet they got you a ton of poon too
     
  10. Redcarmoose
    After ten years at Head-Fi, this could easily be the best photo I have seen! Those Advents were everywhere! E375A0D7-EC26-41B4-ABA4-3B5A0D0904BF.jpeg
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2018
  11. natemact
    Easily best wall-paper too
     
    Last edited: Jul 12, 2018
  12. Monoespacio
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  13. Podster
    Well renters in 1978 had few choices in wall paper design! I bought the vinyl covered larger Advents as I was on the cheap back then but they could literally suck every watt out of that 120WPC SX-1050 but for a two way acoustic they were very impressive. Before I left Germany '79 I had upgraded (course that is also a matter of opinion) to a Thoren's TD-115, Aiwa AD-6550 Cassette, Teac A-5300 R to R and then I ditched the SG9500 EQ in favor of a Dynamic 3 way speaker in the JBL L-3600's as a better option for me. Did I mention those were the days:rolling_eyes: I always thought the wife's do-dads went well with the wall paper and really set my rig off:smirk:







    79 System.jpg

    Oh, before I forget, nice Rega @Monoespacio :thumbsup:
     
    Last edited: Jul 13, 2018
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  14. CJG888
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  15. Podster
    Nice @CJG888 , my good friend recently completed his 301 and it sounds fantastic:beerchug:

    Not Just Wood Anymore.JPG

    Finally ended up going with the British Racing Green on that humongous plinth!

    Iain's New Plinth.JPG
     
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