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

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

  1. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    I think that a couple of us have hinted at that already. :)
     
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  2. Ironclaw

    Ironclaw Forum Resident

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    Norcal
    It’s right side up on iPhone (to me at least). Yeah, I ordered the PM5 kit. Has Bluetooth heart monitor capability, which is cool. Also, workout “courses.” Pricy as you mentioned, but I wanted to upgrade it anyways. Ohhh, the tac lol
     
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  3. revolversoul

    revolversoul Forum Resident

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    NOVA
    As have I! Been looking to find one, but man some of the prices I have seen have been a bit ridiculous
     
  4. Davey

    Davey define a transparent dream

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    SF Bay Area, USA
    Yea, the phone camera enters Exif data on the image with orientation info to try and guess how you want it displayed based on camera position, but I don't think the software here uses it. Orients OK if I download it to my computer. Below is the Exif info on your picture indicating that pixel row/col 0,0 is on bottom,right, so Exif enabled software would then rotate the picture 180 degrees for the right orientation... no biggie, happens a lot ... are those poems on the wall, or lyrics sheets, or ...?

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  5. Ntotrar

    Ntotrar Supper's ready

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    Pulled the Cornwalls out of the corners. Sure tightened up the image. Willie is now in the room!
     
  6. bluesaddict

    bluesaddict High Tech Welder

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    Loveland, Colorado
    Nice system and Cornwalls. :agree: :righton: I tweaked my Quartets a couple weeks ago and my sound stage came alive.
     
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  7. Lyfsux

    Lyfsux Forum Resident

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    Ct.
    Trying this out, computers and I don't always get along.[​IMG]
     
  8. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    Very nice and cozy set-up you have made with your new housing arrangements. The LM 211iA is a perfect amplifier for your Cornwalls. I have recently acquired a 211iA. I am running it with KT77's and am listening to it with the Vintage ALtec Lansing A7's as I write this post.

    It is a very nice integrated, it works well with my Altec's as well.
     
  9. Lyfsux

    Lyfsux Forum Resident

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    Ct.
    Just as a follow-up I thought about renting a Uhaul and risking a hernia and just loading it this way, lol. Thanks again guys!
     
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  10. If you right-click on the image and select "Open image in new tab" using Chrome for Windows the image is viewed right side up. It must be the forum software that is not honoring the EXIF orientation tag when displaying a jpg image. I'd consider that a bug in the forum software. But I also believe that any image hosting site should re-orient the image correctly according to the EXIF orientation tag when the image is uploaded and then strip out the EXIF orientation tag.
     
  11. Take pictures of the back of the rack and the cables before you disassemble things and pack it up for the move. Bonus points if you're willing to post the rat's nest of cables behind the rack. My cable organization behind the rack is shameful.
     
  12. PhilBiker

    PhilBiker sh.tv member number 666

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    Northern VA, USA
    That's what she said.
     
  13. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    It looks like your ready to hold the next "Emofest" in your listening room.

    I love Emotiva "vintage" gear from a few years ago, plus the new BasX 4k processor. My system rack is much more modest. You have some serious weight on that rack. The power amp on the top right inside shelf weighs 72 lbs. by itself.

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    Now there are tube amplifiers behind the TV.

    So, the question is, what are your driving with all of these large to huge power amplifiers ???
     
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  14. Minty_fresh

    Minty_fresh Forum Resident

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    I have this perverse fetish of racks of gear all by the same manufacturer.
     
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  15. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    Same here.
     
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  16. stricee

    stricee Forum Resident

    and dust
     
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  17. Lyfsux

    Lyfsux Forum Resident

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    Ct.
    Ahhh...Ham Sandwich you're killing me lol. I already had it taken apart by the time I saw your message :-( Okay so the deal is those amps used to power both Thiel and Magnepans. Here's the deal, the Maggie's I gave away to my brother in law, kept the wife happy. Of that equipment I still have 3 pieces that I'm definitely keeping. I know some of you probably think I'm crazy, but there's a good reason. Since I was a teenager, in my heart I've always been a Klipsch guy, since I heard a friend's pair of Chorus 1's. So...as soon as I could afford them I went to the dealer and he tells me about the new Chorus 2's with the passive radiator and how much more air they can move. Bought them that day and still own them today. More in next post.
     
  18. TeflonScoundrel

    TeflonScoundrel Forum Resident

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    Arizona
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    My current setup now that I’ve fully loaded my Vinnie Rossi LIO making it an integrated amp and relocated everything into an extra bedroom.
     
  19. TeflonScoundrel

    TeflonScoundrel Forum Resident

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    Arizona
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    I had been using it as a phono preamp only, but recently sold a few components and added the RVC tube preamp, the DSD DAC, the headphone amplifier & the mosfet amplifier. Somehow it’s both highly resolving and has beautiful tone at the same time. It’s been a great upgrade.
     
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  20. Minty_fresh

    Minty_fresh Forum Resident

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    Dirty Town
    Extra sexy time points for the Millennium Falcon.
     
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  21. TeflonScoundrel

    TeflonScoundrel Forum Resident

    Location:
    Arizona
    Ha! My kids actually helped get that for me for Father’s Day this year. I have told them how I was a bit jealous of the one my cousin had when we were kids and they were able to find one on eBay for a decent price. Pretty great kids I have.
     
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  22. fishcane

    fishcane Forum Resident

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    clay,ny
    You came here in that thing? You're braver then I thought...
     
  23. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    I'll take up Mr. Sandwich's challenge for a peek behind the scenes.

    Everything from the sources to the speakers are connected with wire, that is the "technology" that runs my systems, so I accept that there will be wire, plenty of wire!

    Overview of the audio and home theater room.

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    First, behind the TV, besides the connections to the electronics behind the TV, there are SS and tube amps behind the TV too.

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    A view from the other direction.

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    Then behind the tan sofa and the controlling electronic's. This is the rear of the Peachtree iNova that I use as the system controller.

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    And then, on the floor, behind the sofa, the connection's to the other electronics.

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    S&G
     
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  24. Minty_fresh

    Minty_fresh Forum Resident

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    Dirty Town
    One of my speakers is loaded with Yoda stuff. Next year when the system is done I’ll hopefully get to post in this thread.
     
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  25. Jimi Floyd

    Jimi Floyd Forum Resident

    Location:
    Italy
    ...and I thought mine was a mess....

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