Show us your listening area!

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Sterling1 » 13 Dec 2019 10:23

How do you maintain your reel to reel recorders?

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by kindsaluv » 17 Dec 2019 12:57

armyslowrdr wrote:
24 Nov 2019 03:12
2 listening areas---one tube McIntosh gear, Eat TT, and Node 2I; and the other has older vintage Mc and a Pioneeer tt for when I want to laze about the computer.
I see a Luxman amp, is it a 507 or 509 ? I bought this summer a Luxman 507u, I'm very happy of it.

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by cat9 » 21 Dec 2019 19:48

....a little Christmas decor has been added

Merry Christmas!!

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Pscm » 22 Dec 2019 01:05

My new listening area just completed this week by adding a wall in a large room. Going to be aviation themed. Started with a pilot's seat out of a commercial aircraft. Need to recover as it is butt ugly but quite comfy. Setup room initially under rules of 1/3. Having the speakers 4 ft from back wall certainly creates a nice sound stage.
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Re: Show us your listening area!

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by NashAudio » 22 Dec 2019 19:28

Testing new Rega P6 with Ania MC-cart integrated into my basement setup. My first MC-cart. After three days fighting hum and almost giving up, it finally started sounding to my liking.



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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by rewfew » 22 Dec 2019 23:12

Pscm wrote:
22 Dec 2019 01:05
My new listening area just completed this week by adding a wall in a large room. Going to be aviation themed. Started with a pilot's seat out of a commercial aircraft.
God. I first thought it was a dentist chair, and wondered what kind of music to subject yourself with. Music for a root canal maybe. Buckle up and put on Sky Pilot by the Animals.

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by vinyl master » 23 Dec 2019 04:02

rewfew wrote:
22 Dec 2019 23:12
Pscm wrote:
22 Dec 2019 01:05
My new listening area just completed this week by adding a wall in a large room. Going to be aviation themed. Started with a pilot's seat out of a commercial aircraft.
God. I first thought it was a dentist chair, and wondered what kind of music to subject yourself with. Music for a root canal maybe. Buckle up and put on Sky Pilot by the Animals.
Yeah, or maybe this by the Stray Cats! \:D/



By the way, if I ever had a great listening chair like that, it would probably be the one here...Remember this film from childhood! :D


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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Crazy Legs » 23 Dec 2019 21:19

NashAudio wrote:
22 Dec 2019 19:28
Testing new Rega P6 with Ania MC-cart integrated into my basement setup. My first MC-cart. After three days fighting hum and almost giving up, it finally started sounding to my liking
Sounds great! Nice set up.

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Tankist42 » 25 Dec 2019 00:25

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Before we got married I gave my wife a few components for her place. We are keeping that place as a retreat for weekends, etc.
The Star Trek shrine adds a spacey feel to the modest setup. 🖖🏼

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by RoyWalle » 25 Dec 2019 12:53

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This is our "listening area" with the surround set on the right. And left the stereo set.

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by ztevezu » 29 Dec 2019 10:18

Here is my listening area and the newly bought and fixed Dual 1219
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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Bill_Ashton » 29 Dec 2019 13:22

Beautiful! Tell us, what are the speakers with "Easter Eggs" on top of them? :wink:

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by ztevezu » 29 Dec 2019 14:51

Thank you Bill_Ashton for the kind words. They are one of Focal-JMLab early speakers, that you bought as a kit simply called “Focal kit 500” some data can be found here https://www.echoretro.fr/hifi-vintage-e ... 600-focal/.
And with support of Audio-Pro’s “Sub Focus” it sounds quite good :)

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Re: Show us your listening area!

Post by Bill_Ashton » 29 Dec 2019 15:36

Sweet! Nice base on the Dual too...

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