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

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

  1. bever70

    bever70 It's all about the soundstage

    Location:
    Belgium
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    So....headbanging while trying to take a photo of the system at night was probably not the best idea :doh:.
     
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  2. thxphotog

    thxphotog Camera Nerd

    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    'Gal' :)
     
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  3. merelyok

    merelyok Forum Resident

    Location:
    Singapore
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    Its funny what a nice(ish) lamp and a few plants can do for the overall aesthetic.
     
  4. tyinkc

    tyinkc Forum Resident

    Beautiful set-up! I'm very impressed. Congratulations!
     
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  5. Anton D

    Anton D Forum Resident

    Location:
    Chico CA
    I agree!

    Sets a new standard for 'bedroom system!'
     
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  6. Manimal

    Manimal Forum Resident

    Location:
    Southern US
    Had my new neighbor over today to check out the jams ,, he’s one of us I learned to my surprise and also has lots of vinyl and vintage gear. He really liked the Pioneer SX1250 system, saying “ man that Pion
    That and looking at your friends while you show off the jams with a “ huh? What did I tell you” look, just to find out you had the mono button on all night. Ugh! :)
     
  7. ripping corpse

    ripping corpse Forum Resident

    Location:
    IN
  8. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    Forum member yet?

    If not, sign him up and let's have a look at his jams!

     
  9. SandAndGlass

    SandAndGlass Twilight Forum Resident

    Thank You!

    Funny thing is that while the car only cost me $4,800 back in 2013 with 24,900 miles on it. it might be the best quality car manufactured and sold in N. America. In rough city driving, N.Y.C. taxi cabs would typically get about 375k miles on them.

    I would have more faith in this car over the long run than most new cars. In fact, I wouldn't trade it for most new cars, even swap.

    Like the Grand Marque, my speakers are even more vintage. Made of plywood, with cast aluminum horns, about 40-years old, vintage and restored, they should also last forever.

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  10. motorstereo

    motorstereo Forum Resident

    Location:
    Ct.
    My 80's vintage Mcintosh electronics paired with 80's era khorns and games. All squeezed into a much too small room
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  11. mongo

    mongo Forum Resident

    Beautiful Stack O' Mac w\ K-Horns.
    Asking if it plays loud is redundant
     
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  12. mongo

    mongo Forum Resident

    Ah, a nice Harbeth speaker system.
    Buddy, you need to add your system gear to the info page.

    Bedroom or not, a really nice music space.
     
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  13. Echo's Answer

    Echo's Answer Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Chicago, IL
    I’m not to sure I belong here. I notice the video games before those speakers.
     
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  14. Crazysteve

    Crazysteve Forum Resident

    Location:
    San Diego
    That’s a riotous room!
     
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  15. csgreene

    csgreene Forum Resident

    Location:
    Idaho, USA
    You know, I grew up in a neighborhood of 1100-1200 sq ft bungalow houses and a friend of my parents was a pretty serious audiophile in the 60's and had a similar set-up to yours in a, probably, 10x10x8 room (sans video game). Those Klipschorns still haunt me.
     
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  16. motorstereo

    motorstereo Forum Resident

    Location:
    Ct.
    10x10 now that's a really small room for khorns. I'd love to hear the K's in a much bigger room as they can pressurize this one with ease. But this room (11x18) will have to do because the thought of moving them again isn't something I care to do. These K's replaced a pair of vintage Bozak concert grands which were even bigger and ridiculously difficult to move.
     
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  17. Manimal

    Manimal Forum Resident

    Location:
    Southern US
    Didn’t ask him.. I will next time I see him:)
     
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  18. Ulises

    Ulises Forum Resident

    Location:
    Denver, CO
    Been working on the den/ tv room. Was always unsatisfied with this setup because my turntable was on a middle shelf and tv was above it. It was ergonomically less than ideal. Got a new tv and rack unit (inspired by this thread!) and am very pleased with the mounted tv + turntable set-up. My old VPI Classic feels reborn. Listening to a lot of records this last week, reveling in the ability to have a full view of that big platter spinning. I waited many years to do this. Wish I would have done it sooner. PS don't worry, all, I pull the speakers out for serious listening sessions ;)

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  19. wownflutter

    wownflutter Nocturnal Member

    Location:
    Kokomo Indiana
    Just fiddling around with some settings on my phone.
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  20. Echoes Myron

    Echoes Myron Forum Resident

    Location:
    USA
    Looks really great. What are those tubes you have in your Primaluna?
     
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  21. Dennis Metz

    Dennis Metz Born In A Motor City!

    Location:
    Fonthill, Ontario
  22. Ulises

    Ulises Forum Resident

    Location:
    Denver, CO
    Thanks! Running psvane kt-88 grey bottles + nos ge 12ax7s and rca 12au7s I’ve picked up over the years. Really like the sound (and look) of the psvanes over the gold lions I used for many years.
     
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  23. avanti1960

    avanti1960 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Chicago metro, USA
    very nice! the harbeth c7es3 and jl audio d110 make for a stunning, magical combination.
     
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  24. Ulises

    Ulises Forum Resident

    Location:
    Denver, CO
    Thanks. I concur. Inspired, if I recall, by your old setup! Since this doubles as a home theater, it’s a lot of fun to turn the sub up for movies too.
     
  25. bever70

    bever70 It's all about the soundstage

    Location:
    Belgium
    This deserves a double like!!! That cabinet with the sliding unit is so nice, a really great piece of design :righton:!
     
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