Post photos of your systems/rooms here! (Part 15)

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  1. Beatles4503

    Beatles4503 Well-Known Member

    Dialing in the Dirty Weekend Mk. II's from Zu. Quite finicky about placement. Where they sit now is providing me with spooky excellent soundstage, imaging and dynamics.

    Also, received a Belles Aria that is incredible sounding with the DW's.

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  2. Beatles4503

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  3. Beatles4503

    Beatles4503 Well-Known Member

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  4. YpsiGypsy

    YpsiGypsy Forum Resident

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    Michigan, USA
    The picture on the wall looks interesting, who took it?
     
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  5. Beatles4503

    Beatles4503 Well-Known Member

    Wife found it at Kirkland's.
     
  6. timztunz

    timztunz "A Dreamer, but I'm not the only one."

    Location:
    Texas and Brasil
    Gorgeous setup. Nice to see speakers pulled out where they can breathe. IMHO you might benefit greatly by sitting them on some Symposium Ohio Class platforms.
     
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  7. Kristofa

    Kristofa Forum Resident

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    Eugene, Oregon
    Do you have a link, perhaps? A Google search is too academia related... even when adding the word “speaker.” :laugh:
     
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  8. timztunz

    timztunz "A Dreamer, but I'm not the only one."

    Location:
    Texas and Brasil
    Hope this helps.....http://www.symposiumusa.com/super.html
     
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  9. acdc7369

    acdc7369 Forum Resident

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  10. Mazzy

    Mazzy Forum Resident

    You don't even need to use tape. You can use those round sticky dots and place them at the corners under the speakers. Blue tape looks like you are about to paint your carpet :tiphat:
     
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  11. Beatles4503

    Beatles4503 Well-Known Member

    It was only temporary....I swear! :laugh:
     
  12. vanye

    vanye Well-Known Member

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    Germany
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  13. Davey

    Davey very clever with maracas

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  14. vanye

    vanye Well-Known Member

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    Germany
  15. Manimal

    Manimal Forum Resident

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    Southern US
    Agreed, I immediately thought, " he's good, with my help....he..could be the best". :)
     
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  16. vanye

    vanye Well-Known Member

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    Yes. We all are so much better - with a little help from our friends.
     
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  17. Jtycho

    Jtycho Forum Resident

    Location:
    PA
    Just added a new rack. I needed to better organize things and this Timbernation rack did the trick. [​IMG]
     
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  18. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Forum Resident

    I've never seen black painter's tape. You definitely don't want to use sticky black electrical tape or similar product.

    It will be OK, I don't think that painter's tape marking the precise position of your speakers has been deemed one of those audiophile NO-NO's (yet).

    More so, I think that it would elicit praise from OCD audiophiles (of which there are many), that you would be concerned enough to precisely mark your speaker positions. And they will give you plenty of "likes" for your doing so.
     
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  19. Beatles4503

    Beatles4503 Well-Known Member

    OCD audiophile......Uh.....yeah.........

    The DW's weight about 55# lbs. each and have carpet spikes! So yes I placed them (without the spikes), marked the location with painters tape, inserted the carpet spikes and set them. Tryin' to use my knoggin and not tear up the carpet.
     
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  20. Joyoo

    Joyoo Well-Known Member

    Hi there, this is my first post. So hereby some pictures of my stereo set in my office room. The set consists of:
    - Marantz SR5002 reciever;
    - Marantz DV4001 dvd player;
    - Slimdevice Squeezebox 3 (not on picture);
    - Akai GX-75 MK II tapedeck;
    - Technics Sl-1700 MKII turntable with Denon DL-110 cartridge, playing Mink DeVille - Le Chat Blue (1980);
    - Technics Sl-1500 MKII turntable with Nagaoka MP 1.0 cartridge (mono);
    - Soundcraft SA-100 mixer (for the turntables);
    - KEF Q5 front speakers;
    - KEF Q9c center speaker;
    - Philips 32" full HD TV with Chromecast.

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  21. JMT

    JMT Forum Resident

    Location:
    Rocklin, CA
    Made a slight change to my system.

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  22. gd0

    gd0 Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies

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    Golden Gate
    Well, what color tape are you SUPPOSED to use when painting the carpet?

    Please answer promptly; I'm just now loading up the roller.
     
  23. strymeow

    strymeow Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Panhandle, FL
    Picked up an Adcom GTP 400 and a pair of Klipsch KG3' s in the past couple weeks to bookend my McIntosh MC250 for a revised second system in my study. The Adcom sounds great and the tuner seems to be functioning well. The room is pretty bad acoustically, and the KG3's aren't exactly near-field monitors, but my new copy of OK Computer (first one on vinyl), scored amid the recent flurry of Amazon markdowns, sounds better than the album ever has to me as I'm sitting here in the sweet spot. I do a lot of background classical listening while I work out here, and this new setup also does that job really well. I only have the one turntable, so I'm feeding the Adcom with the Tape out on my MA 6200 with a 15 foot RCA cable from the next room.

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  24. SirMarc

    SirMarc Forum Resident

    Location:
    NJ
    Two sets of vu meters? I'm in love...lol
     
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  25. PhilBiker

    PhilBiker sh.tv member number 666

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    Northern VA, USA
    Love the Adcom! Not often you find a preamp like that with a tuner built in. I used to have an AudioSource Preamp/Tuner Two in my living room system with similar capabilities. Much more work-a-day than your beautiful and great sounding piece.
     
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