Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Halloween Jack, Mar 28, 2015.
Actually my dad ordered it off the TV for around $100. It'd not worth even messing with.
Those Esteban guitars are crappier than the old Sears "SR" guitars.
Sounds real man, fifteen watts will part your hair (if you unlike me have hair). Dynamic, loud, live, big and bold... Fun. My listening room is 30 x 15 x 8... I would not go back
See no hair...
I've got an AT120 that I linked up to some modestly priced vintage gear. I am happy as well.
Great room! I vote this post of the month!! as mentioned, you just need some doohickie's, whatyamacallit's and thingamabob's
It doesn't compare to many of the rooms that I've seen posted on here.
Dang man! Your jams blew your HAIR OFF! awesome
Tranquility Base. I dig the lava man nice
Tasty and tasteful. Nice
Now this is a a thing of beauty. Aesthetics and that table/tubed combo must make beautiful music
When what to my wondering eyes should appear...some Super Alnico High Output Monitors from Omega. Love the finish on those, bet they sound even better!
Beautiful finish on those Omegas.
Way up in Valpo!
That is a gorgeous system! I love the dark color so elegant.
Now that, I like
Here is my lounge room :
B&W CM5 front left and right speakers
B&W 685 centre & rears
Oppo UDP-203 4K bluray player
Onkyo TX-SR805 receiver
Sony 75 inch 4K TV
All music played via ROON
You can see the acoustic panel I made with the help of my dad on the wall behind the couch. Not a high end system by any means but I love it !!
EDIT : had trouble with the image posting so you'll have to click the links.... any help appreciated on how show them in my post...... Thanks
[ IMG ]
not resolving. A waste of time.
I kept seeing so many rooms on this site with lava lamps. I finally broke down and bought one.
Is it me or are lava lamps nowhere near as good as they used to be.
I returned the first one and the second one just doesn't seem to flow like I remember from a child.
Be patient young padowan. They take a while to warm up. That is part of the fun. Are you in the proper frame of mine to enjoy a lava lamp?
Also, be careful saying negative things about lava lamps, lest you be banished from Audiophilia.
Don’t know, my grandmother gave me mine before she passed and she had it since the sixties. Doesn’t get better than that...for me
Glass is thicker than new ones for sure.
Whiter than my a$$... LOL
Very tasteful. Love the art, especially the vase and sculpture by the tv. Bought a cool piece last weekend. Love that stuff
Lava lamps made in the US are done under a license. The quality is marginal vs the UK versions.
My main music center is an early 1980's Mitsubishi X-11 System with a Grado Black Cartridge and a pair of Behringer Truth B2030P speakers. It's connected to an ancient Dell Optiplex 740 computer for listening from on-line or making occasional needle-drops (using Windows XP and Soundforge 4.5!) It faces a comfy recliner on the opposite side of the room. Yes, this is the exact same rig I have posted in the budget vinyl forum.
Separate names with a comma.