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I definitely need bigger table
Nice near-field listening setup. Try angling or toeing in your speakers towards you chair; you will like the results.
Thanks for the tips.
Will definitely play with the positioning and angling once I have the real estate
Here's the current layout after I moved:
And as a bonus, my gaming/speaker set-up:
Zombie, what are the tower speakers ? thanks
That's a pretty sweet setup. Really nice gaming setup. Is that a pretty amiibo collection I spot?
The speakers are Wharfedale MFM7's. They are really nice, especially since they only were $200. They were originally $1,500 when they came out over 15 years ago.
And yes that is am Amiibo collection. I own a Wii U as well but it doesn't get much use anymore. I only buy the Amiibo as a collectors piece.
I should point out I use Fluance bi-polar speakers for surrounds and a Wharfedale Diamond 9CM for the center channel. The subwoofer is a Martin Logan Dynamo 300.
Here's pictures of those:
Here's a picture of the living room. Quite nice, no?
very cool indeed gotta love the woo gear..
Currently occupying the couch.
Current stack, very happy!
Headphone not showing, even not connected in the moment of this shot. Anyway it's a Sennheiser HD650.
Main Head-Fi System & End Game
Top to bottom : Auralic Taurus MKII (RCA/SE - Balanced/XLR); Teac SACD/CD 2000 (RCA & Balanced); PS Audio PerfectWave MKII DAC (RCA & Balanced); Coax w/Teac SACD/CD 2000.
2nd Head-Fi System - eventually relocated to bedroom
Top to bottom : Beyerdynanic A20 (RCA/SE); PS Audio Digital Link III Dac (RCA/Balanced) Coax w/Teac PD-H600; Teac PD-H600 CD player (RCA.)
Overear Headphones : fr. Left to Right : Sennheiser HD800 w/Cardas XLR cable; *Sennheiser HD600; *Sennheiser HD650; Beyerdynamic Tesla T1, XLR (modified.)
* One Cardas XLR cable & one Cardas SE cable, both interchangeable w/each HD6XX.
Female connectors/adapters : fr. Left to Right : Female connector/adapter for SE/T1; Female connector/adapter for SE/HD800.
I am sorry to break it to you, but there is no end game on head-fi - no matter how hard you try, you will not resist getting something new and your wallet will cry again
That's if one's wallet hasn't abandoned them altogether!