Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by Halloween Jack, Mar 28, 2015.
Thanks, I didn’t know that!
Yes, the silver look is honest in a no-frills way. The black and fake gold is pretentious and cheap-looking ...
My latest incarnation but not my last. I always think this is 'it' but something else manages to sneak in. My Musical Fidelity Nuvista Vinyl is out being looked at - it goes where the Jolida is. My latest additions are the curtains and the Martin Logan Grotto sub on the left as well as a Transfiguration Axis S cart on the Kenwwod KD 500. 'Fats' is also new that I bought for $10 at charity thrift store - an awesome numbered original lithograph.
I too had a '78 Trans-Am with the stock radio, I ended up putting a Sanyo auto reverse cassette deck into it, along with some external amps and better aftermarket speakers.
Wow. Very nice. What version of the AN-E’s do you have?
Working on Re-designing the room but did get a Custom Timbernation stand built.
Very nice rack. What did that set you back?
Good question. Any other pair of speakers that I have owned over the years have been designed to work out in the room, but these are designed to work best right in the corner. It really is nice to have that extra space in the room. As well, the system manages to image really well despite being in the corners.
I have the AN-E SPE HE, but have just bought some external crossovers that are somewhat similar to the Signature model’s external crossovers. My technician friend tells me that some of the caps are a level above the SPE Signature caps (he owns a pair of the AN E SPE HE Signatures).
He built them for another customer who has since decided to go whole hog and has spent A LOT on an even better crossover. I’m getting my new crossovers at just over half price : )
Of course now I have to save up for 12 meters of SPE speaker cables to wire the speakers. That will take a while.
I like those Timbernation stands. Beautifully made
I find that the silver just looks cleaner and more up to date, but to each his/her own.
They run $2500 shipped. 3” thick top shelf and sides, 2” on the middle and lower.
Yikes! It is a beautiful piece though...
Wow!! Very nice, though!
Very nice system, and the record player is just stunning.
Excellent. This guy did a nice job on his crossovers:
Audio Note AN-E HE
I also see ANK is offering AlNico kits now. I love my AN-E LX Hemp, but I do wonder what those drivers would be like.
Love your lamp and turntable
So much great gear to watch in this thread. Great.
Sharing a picture of my all-rega stereo.
Speaking of lamps, @advanced101 can you give some details on that one? I've seen similar styles going for some pretty large $ as well. I saw one in Big Sur this spring and for the life of me couldn't figure out why it was nearly $400, other than just being in Big Sur!
Not all of them.
This one is was quite a bit, hate to admit it. I saw it, loved it and had to have it.
But yes, vintage industrial lamps can easily go for $500+. Ill text you on Facebook Messenger with the link from the Artist.
Mine isn't a true vintage but a new production from a guy that custom makes them.
Beautiful! Also re activates my Jones for a turntable lamp
Very nice CLEAN jam love the space as well. Cozy
Hey there gang, here’s mine. Rega RP6 w/Exact cart -> Schiit Mani phono stage -> Parasound Halo Integrated -> Wharfedale Dentons & Rel T/7i. The Dentons are sitting on Pangea Audio stands, bi-wired with Bluejeans Cables speaker wire. I want to swap out the Mani for something better, that will be my next upgrade. Thanks for looking/reading!
Very nice. Does the Parasond have a phonostage?
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