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Schiit Happened: The Story of the World's Most Improbable Start-Up

Discussion in 'Jason Stoddard' started by jason stoddard, Jan 23, 2014.
  1. RickB
  2. Rensek
    I bet it sounds better then Bluetooth.

    Well I bet it sounds better than the 30 dollar bluetooth speaker I have from Amazon. I wonder how often bluetooth gets blamed for what is really bad transducers, bad class d or some combination of the 2.
    Last edited: Mar 3, 2019
  3. US Blues
    Tubes, vinyl, horn tweeter- what could possibly sound bad here?
  4. Pietro Cozzi Tinin
    The woman?
  5. Robert Padgett
    I love the wrought-iron cart, so stylish and Modern.
  6. Charente
    Tut tut !
    Pietro Cozzi Tinin and US Blues like this.
  7. artur9
    Was that a real thing?
  8. RickB
    No. The address of Philco is given as "10 Ersatzen Way, Assining, NY".
    alpovs, JohnnyCanuck and US Blues like this.
  9. Ableza
    But it COULD have been...
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  10. JohnnyCanuck
    Nah. Google Maps would have to be in on it

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  11. GearMe
    Not too far from reality...

    Tubes, MASSIVE POWER (class A of course) :wink:, and stereo!

  12. earnmyturns
    Terminal 3 (United) at SFO often has exhibitions on the corridor from security to the main hub. This one has some cool vacuum tube gear from the 50s.
    US Blues, Old Nuke, GearMe and 2 others like this.
  13. r2muchstuff
    Thread is slow so ...

    Last evening I re-discovered how well the synergy is with late 1960s / early 1970s rock & roll and my Grado SR 325e headphones out of some Schiit.
    The chain = Cambridge CXC -> Coax -> Gungnir MB -> RCA cable -> Asgard 2 (low gain) -> Grado SR 325e
    I think the Asgard 2 and Grado make a nice pairing. Edit: at least for classic R&R.

    In particular I enjoyed some Cream, Rolling Stones, Traffic and best of all Janis Joplin with Big Brother & the Holding Co.

    Last edited: Mar 3, 2019
  14. mp29k
    Which Traffic album?
  15. r2muchstuff
    Mr. Fantasy, but I was skipping around on the songs, did not listen to the entire disk. Too much other stuff to get to :)
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