Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by ste2425, Mar 14, 2009.
I love analog But the amps cost like $2000 each
You mean analog audio, or just analog amps vs digital ones?
Because you can get analog amps for well under $2000...
And if you want a really good one Analog audio is not a top company.
Analog amps the one my computer is hooked up to is a Unison Research SR1
Pic from a few months back, basically still the same though.
Sound card: Auzentech X-Meridian 7.1 (C-Media Oxygen HD) w/ LM4562NA op-amps
Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-54TX
Front L&R: Infinity Primus P150's
Front Bi-Amp'd L&R: KLH Audio Systems 9250B's
Center: Infinity Primus C350
Sub: BIC Acoustech H100
That is 770w of speakers + 500w of sub for anyone who's counting...
Also my receiver has a little microphone, you set it where you will be listening from and it sends out test tones via the speakers and the mic calculates distance, reverb, and eq settings automatically to auto adjust it to your room.
Sennheiser HD280 Pro
To everyone else in this thread.
I know this doesn't compare but I'll share as well. My sound system-
Too bad I can't setup more than 2 speakers with my amps yeah we all just got owned
this mine creative 7.1 surround it over my room
4x mordaunt short ms901's,kef centre and sony 100w x 5 amp,technics cd player.
here's Mine! custom made...
LMAO nice boom box
I have a couple of other systems as well this is just my primary listening rig for headphones.
Thats a nice looking setup that, allot of headphones there!
Get some BITCHES!
im lovin that setup man is that like a 5.1 set up? i could do some proper music mixing with a sound system like that ive seen allot of movie suround sound things goin on do you lot use them for your music too? how do they compare to an actual stereo? as there not designed for music? i mean a sub in surround is designed for the rumble effect and volume its not meant for high audio fidelity
edit: 'Get some BITCHES!' im jelous
LOL mailman! rip those speakers out and make your own!! Like me!!
Awesome! Very hip
Nooo that thing looks in as new condition and very retro! Love it!
haha yea just ad batterys an a handle your set lol
mail man u gotta ave some michael jackson comein out of that thing
got my setup finished
im about 5'9" so thats a good idea of the height of the speakers.
I wear a size 10 puma so thats how big that woofer is and whats on the Samsung LN40A650 is Mirrors edge
haha thought so, mirrors edge i meean nice set up man im really quite jolous of u lot lol oh yea i forgot my sound card is a studio mixer haha
love your steup! Legendary!!
How do you like those HD280's? I was thinking about getting them for dj'ing.
I can't wait to setup the rest of my stereo....
I miss my Adcoms
Not 5.1, the four speakers are bi-amped, meaning my stereo has two sets of stereo outputs.
So the two on the left operate as one big left channel, and the two on the right operate as one big right channel.
So I have left, right, center, and sub. 3.1
I only use it for music, and no... a sub is often used in hi-fi setups, but only for the real low freqs that your mains cannot reproduce. You just don't want a boomy sub, you want one that produces tight and punchy lows.
Were you talkin to me? If so, yea I like my 280s but for DJ'ing I would look elsewhere.
*****Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro*****
are you aking what analuge is mate? coz its the type of wave form, analauge is a fully smooth curve meaning systems that use it work with the full curve producing the full frequency's of that wave (if your speakers can replicate it)
whilst digital isnt a curve its straight lines at right angles, on line is you bit depth and the other is your sample rate. the higher the sample rate the closer these right angles are to the original sound wave replicating as much as possible of the frequencies but you will never be as close as analouge.
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