Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Halloween Jack, Mar 28, 2015.
Yes, would be cool to get a quality vinyl reissue of this Italian prog classic!
Great room! I went to a Jazz Festival in Mobile Al in 1986 and the band tossed records (not far and not hard) into the crowd and it was a Dave Grisman album. Ha
Man that speaker would go great in my kitchen or anywhere. What is it and how is it?
That goes for the pipe also if it’s packed...good
Man, I can't mix 'adjustments', instant violent nausea. Made that mistake just once lol.
Much prefer a nice mellow high when I'm listening to tunes anyway...
@SirMarc 's picture and these following comments were the straw that broke the camel’s back. Just ordered a NM first pressing on discogs...
So true. The morning after Ardbeg Day a week or so ago, I woke up and had to check to see if I still had a stylus and cantilever. (I did!)
Ha ha, my pleasure! Enjoy
Apple iPod-HiFi, vintage 2006-7. Not audiophile, but it punches above its weight. It runs on batteries, I had some outdoor parties on it.
Nothing as grand as much displayed here....just posted to show my new acquisition...the Graham Slee Era Gold V phono stage . I could enthuse for eons,but safe to say until I connected this little box of tricks I never thought I would glean anything new from The Beatles album(I think Beatle references are compulsory) but I did. O n the hunt for a good rack at an affordable price and this senior citizen will be a happy boy
That's a nice set-up if you ask me.
As lovely as the gear is (and it is lovely), the most impressive thing about this is the lack of dust on the glass shelves.
What is the mushroom-like thing on top of the Marantz?
Ooops....it is (was) a very carelessly placed(now corrected) ArcamMiniblink dac....I stream from my phone to my system when I am feeling lazy
Don't ask, don't tell.
My first post.
Someone put a lime in your scotch on the rocks.
Whoa I've been doing it wrong the whole time. My turntable has been mixed with beer a whole bunchy.
Same here - those are the times I like my fully automatic turntables!
LOL, keep trying, you'll get it. Welcome here!
I deciphered his image URL. It will be worth it when he figures out how to properly post the image.
I would ask you how you did that but I'm pretty sure I won't understand the answer.
is this it?
I have one of these, it lives in my garage!
There are a couple of ways to see the broken URL. It will depend on which browser you are using.
One way is to right-click on the broken image URL and copy the URL or open it in a new tab.
Another way is to view the HTML source for this forum thread page.
Another way is to go into the web developer options for the browser and view HTML resources.
Once you can see the broken URL you can usually figure out from there why it's broken (usually because it is not a direct image link) and from there you can usually get to the gallery page for that image. This works for many of the broken image URLs that get posted here.
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