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Linn Classik
 
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terratec phase 26 -> Benchmark DAC1
 
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Pioneer DV440

TBSC -> Aiwa NSX-D5
 
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My sources are:

Sony SCD-XA777ES SACD Player

Sony MDS-JA555ES Minidisc Player

Best wishes,

Paul.
 
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I'll bring up the rear with probably one of the oldest players of those listed so far...

Philips CD850 circa 1991
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by Duncan
I'll bring up the rear with probably one of the oldest players of those listed so far...

Philips CD850 circa 1991




Philips CD104 (a.d. 1985). Still waiting the burn-in process to stop...



Regards,

L.
 
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Quote:

Originally Posted by kuma
Wmcmanus,

The rack on top pix is Billy Bag. the shelves are made of MDF and granite finished laminate.

The bottom rack is Zoethecus with Neuance inset shelves.



MDF? You've been watching too much Changing Rooms then.
 
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My current CD sources are:

Zanden 5000 Mk IV DAC driven by Accustic Arts Drive 1 transport.

Previous:

Musical Fidelity X-Ray w/A3-24 DAC
Audio Note DAC3.1X DAC
 
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Another (compared to some of the others) older source here (1996), a NEC 3XP CD-ROM. For now I run a wire from the NECs headphone jack into my sound card, then a wire from the soundcard to my amp. But I hope to get a new sound card that can connect to the CD-ROM with a digital coax cable.
 
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My source is "deepthroat" but I will not reveal her true identity.
 
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Denon 2900 modded extensively by John Tucker of eXemplar Audio, running some Amperex E180CC tubes.

Electrocompaniet EMC-1 Up 24/192 Mk II.

Toshiba SD-4900 for burning-in new components.
 
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some Technics receiver (are they a good audio brand? I know they make turntables -->Magnavox CDB 262 --->speakers






 
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Main System: Sony DVP-NS315 (soon to be replaced by a Pioneer DV-563AS)

Bedroom System: TEAC RW-D200 and a Denon DRM-555


Peace.
 
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