Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Halloween Jack, Mar 28, 2015.
New, but a used pair of heresy’s go for $400.
I meant the Capitol version.
Which model of Klipsch soundbar do you mean?
How do you light the "tool" sitting on THAT turntable?
Some adjustments needed to be made...
Gotta get the VTA correct....
Are those La Scalas?
Oh wow, they look massive. They must just destroy. Very nice room!
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.
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!
Gotta stay with the times to survive and stay relevant. Not everyone has a massive room for Klipschorns/Cornwalls.
Nice shot! Do any of your neighbors complain when you turn it up?
Yes but just once so far. I may have been blasting some bluegrass with the windows open after 10 on a Monday night.
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.
Different type of adjustment, but it works lol. Drunk + turntable is a bad mix though...
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...
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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