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

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Halloween Jack, Mar 28, 2015.

  1. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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    Ohio
    New, but a used pair of heresy’s go for $400.
     
  2. James Bennett

    James Bennett Forum Resident

    I meant the Capitol version.
     
  3. James Bennett

    James Bennett Forum Resident

    Which model of Klipsch soundbar do you mean?
     
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  4. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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  5. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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  6. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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  7. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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  8. jtw

    jtw Forum Resident

    How do you light the "tool" sitting on THAT turntable?
     
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  9. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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    Yes
     
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  10. SirMarc

    SirMarc Forum Resident

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    Some adjustments needed to be made...:D
     
  11. Kristofa

    Kristofa I dream of wires

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    Eugene, Oregon
    Gorgeous shot!
     
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  12. struttincool

    struttincool Senior Member

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    Anacortes, WA
    Gotta get the VTA correct....
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  13. James Bennett

    James Bennett Forum Resident

    Are those La Scalas?
     
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  14. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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    Cornwalls
     
  15. James Bennett

    James Bennett Forum Resident

    Oh wow, they look massive. They must just destroy. Very nice room!
     
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  16. avanti1960

    avanti1960 Forum Resident

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    Chicago metro, USA
    Although those Klipsch soundbars look really cool. There is just something weird about a classic iconic brand making a relatively cheap modern day add-on component.
     
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  17. G B Kuipers

    G B Kuipers Forum Resident

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    Is that PFM cd as bass heavy in your system as it is in mine? I usually don't mind a little bass emphasis but this is just crazy.

    Great music though!
     
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  18. James Bennett

    James Bennett Forum Resident

    Gotta stay with the times to survive and stay relevant. Not everyone has a massive room for Klipschorns/Cornwalls.
     
  19. bluesaddict

    bluesaddict High Tech Welder

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    Loveland, Colorado
    Nice shot! Do any of your neighbors complain when you turn it up?
     
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  20. Dennis0675

    Dennis0675 Burnout from the smoke pit

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    Yes but just once so far. I may have been blasting some bluegrass with the windows open after 10 on a Monday night.
     
  21. Jimi Floyd

    Jimi Floyd Forum Resident

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    Noted

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  22. bluesaddict

    bluesaddict High Tech Welder

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    Not fans of Bluegrass how can that be? Don't tell me they don't like singers like Alison Krauss or bands like Sweet Sunny South.

     
  23. SirMarc

    SirMarc Forum Resident

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    Different type of adjustment, but it works lol. Drunk + turntable is a bad mix though...
     
  24. SirMarc

    SirMarc Forum Resident

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    Bass is definitely heavy on this one, but in a good way. Having a hard time tracking down a nice copy of this on vinyl. Wish it would be reissued already. I'd even take a good digital cut...
     
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  25. Jimi Floyd

    Jimi Floyd Forum Resident

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    They say so, I see what you mean, but I find that adjusting the turntable first then drinking is a good combination while one should never attempt to drink substantially first then do the adjustment.
     

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