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Thread: Journey to the temple of boom, slight reprise.

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    Default Journey to the temple of boom, slight reprise.

    Seeing as how a certain image hosting site has ruined my original thread I've decided to start afresh.

    I've cherry picked a little bit because this was a massive ballache and I am at work.




























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    Very nice Andrew.
    Kraken, Saturn, Emotion, Flying V Rocket, Planets.

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    Seeing as how a certain image hosting site has ruined my original thread

    Is that obucket ?

    Very nice systems and rooms
    Music , fills the gaps between silence !

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    Cheers Dave.
    That's right Allen. Makes the original thread a complete waste of space.

    First post now finished.

    Now let's get current.

    Pioneer as it arrived.



    And pretty much as it sits now...



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    A very tasty looking system. I have never heard those Leaks but they sure look funky.
    Main system: Sony TTS8000; SME IV; Audio Technica Art1; Nakamichi CA7 pre-amp; Nakamichi PA7 Power amp; Lentek integrated; SBT; Technics sh-x1000 DAC; Yamaha NS1000M.
    System 2 - SBT; Denon PMA850 integrated; JBL 4312B control monitors.
    System 3 - Taken over by my son! Chromecast; Beresford Caiman II; Klark Teknik Jade 1 active studio monitors.

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    Thanks Geoff. Audio completeness is just around the corner.

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    nice deck. I see you had a set of your speakers decoupled from the stands. how did that work out?

    your back to vinyl and Im back to digital. lol
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    I want that deck, I want those speakers. Only the dinky little telly makes me feel better.
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    A mate once had Leak 2075's (the later 3090's are the ones with the isodynamic tweeters further up the thread) and they were very good other than the top end from THAT Leak/Wharfdale purple plastic dome tweeter. Bass was very impressive and a much better example of a transmission line working properly than the IMF speakers I've heard. That's a 15" woofer BTW, for scale... these are big buggers!!
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    Grant that was a pair of Linn Kan 1 and the spike directly under the speakers worked a treat for my ears.

    The dinky little telly is plenty big enough for the wife to watch hollyoaks. I could live without it tbh.

    I grew up with the pictured 3090's in my fathers system so they and their relatives seem normally sized to me.
    The 2075 has a simpler circuit which for me makes up for the poor tweeter.

    Thanks all.

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