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Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by ste2425, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. Crap Daddy

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    I'm ashamed that I had to google to find out who's Bilbo. Anyway, my very own Jimmy Page albeit in a picture (together with other stuff)

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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Are your shelves up-side down? :p

    Loving the old wood desk, and the tech sitting on top of it, with the green wall. Makes me want to paint.
     
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    Does seem those shelves would hold weight better the other way.
     
  4. Crap Daddy

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    They can go either way:D Anyway, my son's workplace is quite different:


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    some of my gear that I posted earlier...

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    Onkyo TX 8050 receiver

    This fairly new Onkyo 80x2 channel receiver has been a good replacement of my longtime Pioneer 100x2 channel {1997}...The Onkyo has a much better integrated sound circuitry which produces a clean "natural" sound..This receiver is my primary system for all my music needs..I don't use the video {HDMI} inputs since I have my Yamaha receiver for movies..I like the Ethernet port for internet radio listening..It features a "phono" input for listening to my vinyl record collection..I also have several older format decks connected to it..Sony JE MS-510 {mini disc},Sony DTC-A6 {DAT},Sony TC-WE425 {Cassette},Centrex R-65 {8 track},Pioneer PD-F505 CD jukebox {1997}.. recorder..JBL Studio Series speakers,P150 300 watt subwoofer..:rockout:
     

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    Awesome

    Looks really nice!!...Clean set and all..:rockout:






     
  9. revin

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    VIZIO XVT3D554SV 55-inch 1080p 480Hz 3D LED HDTV Full Array TruLED. People crap when they watch this tv, there blown away from the picture in all modes, SD,HD,BD, even gaming from my pweny 5870XXX lol
    Pioneer VSX-39TX Ultra w/Touchpad {modded}
    Pair of DBX Soundfield 3x2 LS Plus center
    Jamo 300w Sub
    My pride and joy we got new way back in the early '80's,a pair of RS e's I refoamed few yrs ago These are the most beutiful sounding speakers ! Gotta love those EMIT's !!

    4 of the old school giant Pioneer CS 9900E 4 way, all completly modded newer HD 16"subs,rear set w/ the famed awesome CS99A crossovers, front with DBX Soundfield crossovers{bi-ampable} Yea there more of a "loudspeaker" perse, but the tweaks have made them far more enjoyable. Cant wait for the JBL 60's or 70's. Some have commented that those JBL's remind them of the incrediable Infinity RS line

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  11. ste2425

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    That is a lovely set up, never heard the EMIT's but they look very nice :) Out of it all for presence i love them pioneer loudspeakers. I think mine are in the same series CS but a much lower model then yours :) I think its the size that i love, and yours must be even bigger being four-way. Would love to upgrade mine but i kind of like the fact its still running the same loud speakers nearly 20-30 years on.
    (hows many times can i say love? odd)
     
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    Thank you,
    The vocal and musical imaging from the RS line with EMIT's is undescribeable. You can literally stand on the outside of say the left speaker in line with both L&R, and still distinguist sonic clairity from the right, and the bass from the famous polypropylene woofers is very respectiable. Even though they are "small" speaker, even in a large room, you just get blown away from them. You can spend hours on end listening to them and never get fatigued. Best of all you dont have to have a "sweet spot" to sit in, they sound sooo spectacular even closer to one than the other. It's hard to describe the sound field, it just amazing.

    We've had the Pioneer's [now 6 of 9900's] so lomg the foam didnt hold up, so I refoamed the first set, but after aquiring the VSX39, it became obvious that I had to be careful with high levels. Thats when it was a better choice to install the HD sub's, but realizing that they all lacked the sonic quality my reserch led me to the old CS99A crossover's then the 1 set got the DBX x-overs. It was just trial and error to get the big speakers to sound "better", but after having VSX39 tweaked from a local guy who was friends with Bob Carver they now sound far more apealling with all four of them cranking up, but not nearly as good as the lil RSe's
     
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    I'm using a bit of 30 year old midrange stuff...

    The Receiver, a Kenwood KR-4070. On top is my CD player, a JVC XL-M401.
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    The Speakers, Denon USC-20Fs. I picked these up free due to the obvious damage, managed to fix the rip with a mixture of white glue and water and so far it's holding up well. I'll fix the damaged cone eventually, but not top priority.
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    like that receiver very nice, needs a bloody good clean to get the chrome shiny again, lots of good guides on the net though :)
     
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    Dude you need a desk before new speakers. Is a Conroe865PE what I'm seeing? :D:rockout:
     
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    lol couldn't let it, my cars audio
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    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Wait I just realized something: Shouldn't this be in the Audio etc forum?
     
  18. revin

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    Ste started this long before that fourm was opened :toast:
     
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    Here's an older shot from 1995, Ahhh the days of good vinyl, have the FAMOUS Audio Technica AT14SA Cartridge SHIBATA Stylus on a pretty high end Technics DD turntable. Also a rare DBX tape Recorder and built-in DBX Decoder from when they were putting out DBX recordings.
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    Found this tucked away whilst messing about in the Uni live room, don't know if its of any quality but it looks cool :)
     
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    OH HELL YES :toast: Seems to be the B77[7.5ips]
    I grew up thru the superb High-End 60-70's and 15ips is something to be heard.
    Studer,- Revox was and is high end
    Tape/Scorce Demo

    That's a Keeper!!!!!!
     
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    Mine's meh but I'll list it:

    Speakers: Logitech x530 5.1
    Headset: Asus RoG Vulcan ANC
    IEMs: Logitech UE350vi
    Soundcard: Onboard Realtek HD
     
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    Nice, but i hope you really don't have all those speakers a the front like that as speakers more so floor standers need breathing space to sound there best.
     
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