Another new component??

mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
Yesterday my friend gave me his old CD player he doesn’t use anymore (he has moved to streaming), a Technics SL-PC20. It seems like a decent, well built player, and I don’t think it compresses the files as they are sent to the receiver, so it’ll probably replace the Sony. Just thought I would ask for your opinions, thoughts, comments, etc.
Micah

Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
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  • Sounds like a good plan!!! I would definitely use that instead of the Sony. (By the way this is Jace)XD
    2 Channel:
    Jbl Lx44
    Optonica Sa 5105
    Blue Jean 12 gauge cable
    Audioquest evergreen 3.5mm to rca cable
    Technics Sl BD22 TT
    Randomness:
    Klh model 26's
    Peavey Pr15's
    Gls cables for peaveys
    Numark DM1175 Preamp mixer
    Random cables
    Bic f12
    Svs soundpath subwoofer cable
    Lafayette Lr-200a amplifier
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    Sounds like a good plan!!! I would definitely use that instead of the Sony.

    Thanks!
    (By the way this is Jace)XD
    Oh come on... why must it be you?? :wink:
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • :D :'( :p
    2 Channel:
    Jbl Lx44
    Optonica Sa 5105
    Blue Jean 12 gauge cable
    Audioquest evergreen 3.5mm to rca cable
    Technics Sl BD22 TT
    Randomness:
    Klh model 26's
    Peavey Pr15's
    Gls cables for peaveys
    Numark DM1175 Preamp mixer
    Random cables
    Bic f12
    Svs soundpath subwoofer cable
    Lafayette Lr-200a amplifier
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    Guys, this is my friend Jace, who is the same guy who has the Denon and LX44s and the same guy who gave me this CD player, AND the same guy who was borrowing the Missions from me a few months back. Welcome Jace!
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    Welcome, Jace. B)

    Friends give friends stereo stuff for sure. Check out Vr3's subwoofers for his surround sound set up. I think you'll love them! ;)
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    Tony M wrote: »
    Welcome, Jace. B)

    Friends give friends stereo stuff for sure. Check out Vr3's subwoofers for his surround sound set up. I think you'll love them! ;)

    Lol yes he would! He’s a right and proper basshead. He wants to get himself a Ford excursion so he can fill it with subwoofers. Ain’t that right Jace @bassfreak101?
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • kharp1kharp1 Posts: 2,590
    Welcome
    Main System:
    Joule-Electra LA 100 MKIII
    Pass Labs Aleph 30, McCormack DNA-125, Parasound A21
    Marantz SA-14S1
    Usher CP-6311/Tyler Acoustics Taylo Reference Monitor, LSA-1
    Dual SVS SB2000
    Wireworld Equinox 7 bi-wire, Wireworld Silver Eclipse 7 IC

    Secondary Rig:
    Parasound P5, Audio Electronics by Cary Constellation
    Marsh a200s, Audio Elecrtonics by Cary Hercules
    Pioneer Elite DV-45a, Denon DVD-2910
    Klipsch Epic CF-1, Vandersteen 3CE sig
    Analysus Plus Oval

  • yep :D
    2 Channel:
    Jbl Lx44
    Optonica Sa 5105
    Blue Jean 12 gauge cable
    Audioquest evergreen 3.5mm to rca cable
    Technics Sl BD22 TT
    Randomness:
    Klh model 26's
    Peavey Pr15's
    Gls cables for peaveys
    Numark DM1175 Preamp mixer
    Random cables
    Bic f12
    Svs soundpath subwoofer cable
    Lafayette Lr-200a amplifier
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    edited May 2018

    Is this man your father?
    7uhu91r3fkef.png
    And is this your car?
    k5nbvnopzgaa.png


    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 10,348
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Yesterday my friend gave me his old CD player he doesn’t use anymore (he has moved to streaming), a Technics SL-PC20. It seems like a decent, well built player, and I don’t think it compresses the files as they are sent to the receiver, so it’ll probably replace the Sony. Just thought I would ask for your opinions, thoughts, comments, etc.

    I have never heard of a CD player that compresses files. Not saying they don’t exist, but if they do they are pretty rare. :)



    Bud - Silicon Valley

    Lumin S1
    Sony XA-5400ES SACD
    Pass XP-22 pre, X600.5 amps
    Magico S5 MKII Mcast Rose speakers, SPOD spikes

    Shunyata Triton v3/Typhon QR on source, Denali 2000 (2) on amps
    Shunyata Sigma XLR analog ICs, Sigma speaker cables
    Shunyata Sigma HC (2), Sigma Analog, Sigma Digital, Z Anaconda (3) power cables

    Mapleshade Samson V.3 four shelf solid maple rack, Micropoint brass footers
    Three 20 amp circuits.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    BlueFox wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Yesterday my friend gave me his old CD player he doesn’t use anymore (he has moved to streaming), a Technics SL-PC20. It seems like a decent, well built player, and I don’t think it compresses the files as they are sent to the receiver, so it’ll probably replace the Sony. Just thought I would ask for your opinions, thoughts, comments, etc.

    I have never heard of a CD player that compresses files. Not saying they don’t exist, but if they do they are pretty rare. :)



    My old Sony 5 CD changer compressed down to poor MP3 files, and a I found a Denon player that had MP3 compression listed as a “feature”.
    Tony M wrote: »
    Is this man your father?
    7uhu91r3fkef.png
    And is this your car?
    k5nbvnopzgaa.png


    Not his dad, but that will be his car, although he’s no ricer. He doesn’t make his car look dumb and sound like a lawnmower :tongue:
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 10,348
    Interesting. There should be a museum of failed audio ideas. :)
    Bud - Silicon Valley

    Lumin S1
    Sony XA-5400ES SACD
    Pass XP-22 pre, X600.5 amps
    Magico S5 MKII Mcast Rose speakers, SPOD spikes

    Shunyata Triton v3/Typhon QR on source, Denali 2000 (2) on amps
    Shunyata Sigma XLR analog ICs, Sigma speaker cables
    Shunyata Sigma HC (2), Sigma Analog, Sigma Digital, Z Anaconda (3) power cables

    Mapleshade Samson V.3 four shelf solid maple rack, Micropoint brass footers
    Three 20 amp circuits.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    edited May 2018
    BlueFox wrote: »
    Interesting. There should be a museum of failed audio ideas. :)

    Definitely. Here is the list I’ve come up with so far:
    CD players that compress files to MP3
    Bose 802
    Bose 902
    Similar speakers to the above, know there are more, just can’t think of them
    Bose’s price tags
    Beats headphones
    Apple removing the headphone jack ( not directly correlating to audio, but I can’t bring myself to buy new Apple products because of it forcing me to add another component in my setup if my pre doesn’t have a digital input)
    Any other suggestions?
    :tongue:

    Now, back to the original topic of the thread, any of you heard this Technics? I assume it’s nothing too special, but it seems like it was at least decent in its day. Built well for sure.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    The specs look Great! Back on topic for you. :)
    https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/technics/sl-p200.shtml
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    edited May 2018
    Oh man that does look great! But I’ve got an SL-PC20. Here is a pic:
    n3q8226kuiec.jpeg
    (pic from Internet )
    It is a very cool design IMO, a 5 disc changer but it has a dust cover like a TT instead of the traditional slide out tray. This means you can change a disc while another one is playing. I won’t be able to listen to it until Monday or Tuesday, so I can’t give my opinions on it yet.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    F1nut wrote: »
    BlueFox wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Yesterday my friend gave me his old CD player he doesn’t use anymore (he has moved to streaming), a Technics SL-PC20. It seems like a decent, well built player, and I don’t think it compresses the files as they are sent to the receiver, so it’ll probably replace the Sony. Just thought I would ask for your opinions, thoughts, comments, etc.

    I have never heard of a CD player that compresses files. Not saying they don’t exist, but if they do they are pretty rare. :)



    Me either. I'd like to see proof.

    I can’t remember what model my old Sony was, and I mentioned the Denon in the “I was at goodwill today” or something like that thread. I will figure out what model the Sony was when I get home from vacation.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Oh man that does look great! But I’ve got an SL-PC20. Here is a pic:
    n3q8226kuiec.jpeg
    (pic from Internet )
    It is a very cool design IMO, a 5 disc changer but it has a dust cover like a TT instead of the traditional slide out tray. This means you can change a disc while another one is playing. I won’t be able to listen to it until Monday or Tuesday, so I can’t give my opinions on it yet.

    I'm sorry about that. My computer has been changing numbers on me since I upgraded the windows 10 a few days ago. I might have something to do with wrong number remembering but I mostly copy and paste. It happened with Def. Tech. search tonight too. I ended up with a picture of a PM350 instead of a PM700. Crazy.

    Anyway, I don't think changers are better than single disc models but I'm sure there are some respectable ones somewhere. I own a few. Pioneer Elite, Onkyo Integra etc..

    Like others have said, listen to your gifted one and see if you hear great music. I hope you do. That's what it's all about, right? Check out the specs on that player @F1nut posted. But like he said, listen for yourself if you can. I think Sony invented the CD... so think about that.
    https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/technics/sl-p2000.shtml
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    edited May 2018
    I just checked..
    Who invented the CD player?
    James T Russell invented the CD, recorder and player in the 1960s with patents filed in 1971. Licenses issued to Phillips and Sony for development and production. The first CD player was released by sony cdp-101 in 1982. The compact disc was invented by a collaboration of individuals.


    Here you go, again. 329.00 player. ;)
    https://vintagetechnics.audio/showitem.php?id=YToyOntpOjA7czo3OiJzbC1wYzIwIjtpOjE7czoxNDoiY2RfbXVsdGlwbGF5ZXIiO30=
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    Tony M wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Oh man that does look great! But I’ve got an SL-PC20. Here is a pic:
    n3q8226kuiec.jpeg
    (pic from Internet )
    It is a very cool design IMO, a 5 disc changer but it has a dust cover like a TT instead of the traditional slide out tray. This means you can change a disc while another one is playing. I won’t be able to listen to it until Monday or Tuesday, so I can’t give my opinions on it yet.

    I'm sorry about that. My computer has been changing numbers on me since I upgraded the windows 10 a few days ago. I might have something to do with wrong number remembering but I mostly copy and paste. It happened with Def. Tech. search tonight too. I ended up with a picture of a PM350 instead of a PM700. Crazy.

    Anyway, I don't think changers are better than single disc models but I'm sure there are some respectable ones somewhere. I own a few. Pioneer Elite, Onkyo Integra etc..

    Like others have said, listen to your gifted one and see if you hear great music. I hope you do. That's what it's all about, right? Check out the specs on that player @F1nut posted. But like he said, listen for yourself if you can. I think Sony invented the CD... so think about that.
    https://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/technics/sl-p2000.shtml

    I most definitely will give it a good listen, but we are on vacation right now. The little beat of listening I did at Jace’s house sounded pretty good.
    Don’t worry about the typo, Windows can be so strange some times I get it. My laptop wouldn’t even start for the past 2 days, finally managed to get it to start tonight, I have no idea what was wrong with it. Working fine last I checked, I think this is a software issue rather than a hardware issue because it was getting buggy before it crashed and wouldn’t come back.
    Tony M wrote: »
    I just checked..
    Who invented the CD player?
    James T Russell invented the CD, recorder and player in the 1960s with patents filed in 1971. Licenses issued to Phillips and Sony for development and production. The first CD player was released by sony cdp-101 in 1982. The compact disc was invented by a collaboration of individuals.


    Here you go, again. 329.00 player. ;)
    https://vintagetechnics.audio/showitem.php?id=YToyOntpOjA7czo3OiJzbC1wYzIwIjtpOjE7czoxNDoiY2RfbXVsdGlwbGF5ZXIiO30=

    Wait, the CDP-101 was their first player?? There was one at goodwill 2 days ago for $20! Ugh!
    Hmm, seems decent, wonder how it’ll compare to the Sony.
    Thanks again!
    Micah
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    F1nut wrote: »
    Save the $20.00.

    I assumed I would want to but I just think it would be cool to have the first CD player ever. Maybe $20 cool.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • tonybtonyb Posts: 30,378
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    F1nut wrote: »
    Save the $20.00.

    I assumed I would want to but I just think it would be cool to have the first CD player ever. Maybe $20 cool.

    Buggy whips and door stops are cool too, but I wouldn't waste a 20 on either. Save your coin, buy something of substance.
    HT SYSTEM-2 channel
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    Pioneer elite vhx 21
    Sony 4k BRP
    SVS SB-2000
    Dynaudio Audience 72
    Polk FX500 surrounds
    Cary xciter dac
    Cullen modded Sonos
    Joule la-100 pre
    B&k Ref 4420 amp

    Cables-
    Acoustic zen Satori speaker cables
    Acoustic zen Matrix 2 IC's
    Analysis plus crystal oval ic's
    Wireworld eclipse 7 ic's
    Audio metallurgy ga-o digital cable

    Kitchen

    Sonos zp90
    B&k 1430
    Tad 803 speakers
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    tonyb wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    F1nut wrote: »
    Save the $20.00.

    I assumed I would want to but I just think it would be cool to have the first CD player ever. Maybe $20 cool.

    Buggy whips and door stops are cool too, but I wouldn't waste a 20 on either. Save your coin, buy something of substance.

    I probably wouldn’t have bought it, I just wished I had looked at it and given it a second of my time. I don’t have enough money to throw around 20 dollar bills and still expect to have enough money to get the LSIMs when the sale comes around.

    The sticker did say “verified working” but that was all the looking I did. I don’t know if it would have kept working, butting was at least working when I wasn’t there supposedly.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • Tony MTony M Posts: 6,790
    I like historic speakers and electronics. I might 've bought it for the cool factor too. ;)
    Most people just listen to music and watch movies. I EXPERIENCE them.
  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 19,921
    Tony M wrote: »
    I like historic speakers and electronics. I might 've bought it for the cool factor too. ;)

    me, too. ;)

    I have a few early-ish CDPs (FWIW).
    10439534934_cebf00108a_b.jpgSony old CDP by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    10439523565_14246b7f5c_b.jpgTechnics old CDP by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    30123363084_4508d4d7a2_b.jpgDSC_6315_zps1998048c by Mark Hardy, on Flickr
    (that latter one, sadly, was a brick)

    I do not have any of the first generation players (Sony or Magnavox/Philips), though. As implied above, they're collectors' items (of a sort), but not really great to listen to.

  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Tony M wrote: »
    I like historic speakers and electronics. I might 've bought it for the cool factor too. ;)

    me, too. ;)

    I have a few early-ish CDPs (FWIW).
    10439534934_cebf00108a_b.jpgSony old CDP by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    10439523565_14246b7f5c_b.jpgTechnics old CDP by Mark Hardy, on Flickr

    30123363084_4508d4d7a2_b.jpgDSC_6315_zps1998048c by Mark Hardy, on Flickr
    (that latter one, sadly, was a brick)

    I do not have any of the first generation players (Sony or Magnavox/Philips), though. As implied above, they're collectors' items (of a sort), but not really great to listen to.

    Ooh, nice players! Do they sound good?
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,374
    Here is the Denon I was talking about with the compression feature:
    m3g96zazuk2n.jpeg
    As you can see, “compression feature” is listed in the features section. This may be referring to video, but I don’t believe it is.
    There are a few more examples I can post probably on Tuesday, but I’ll have to dig them out of the closet and find the models numbers.
    Micah

    Main system: Technics SL3200, Shure M97xE, Lafayette LR1100 for tuner, Hagerman Audio Labs Bugle 2 phono stage, NAD C352 integrated, Boston Acoustics VR 2, Boston PV500, generic ICs, and BJC Belden speaker cables.

    Desktop: Dell Precision 690 running iTunes, Yamaha RX-v665, Monitor Audio R90s, Velodyne VA-907, generic ICs and speaker cables.
    I've always thought the goal of high-end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
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