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  1. #421
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Nice one, Bernard. Yup, I've not met Keith or had any dealings with him [although I have owned both his Denon 103 and SPU SUTs, which were superb], but everything I've read about him I like, and I suspect that if I ever did meet him, we'd have much in common with our approach to audio.

    Just let me know when you're sorted and pop down for a listen. You're also welcome to do the same here, if you ever find yourself in my neck of the woods

    Marco.
    Thanks Marco,
    This is much appreciated.

    How did you find Keith’s Denon 103 vs standard? Keith is a big fan of Shindo and, since I have tried Shindo gears I understand why...

    The Solovox cabinet design is very minimalistic and effective; the PHY drivers are masterpieces.

    B.


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    Turntable: Garrard 401 modded by Classic-HiFi in Hammertone. Heavy oak plinth by Russ Collinson; Tonearm: Jelco SA-750D; Cartridges: VDH Colibri XGP / Decca SC4E rebuilt by ESCO with Paratrace;Phono Stage: Tron Seven Reference MC ; SUT: Bob's Device Cinemag 1131; Pre Amp: Shindo Monbrison; Power Amp: McIntosh MC225; Speakers: Auditorium23 Solovox; CD Player: EastSound CD-E5 / Sony PS1; Cables: Yannis 423.5; Yannis 223.5; VDH The First Ultimate; Totem Sinew; Audio Tekne ARSP-500 / Auditorium 23.

  2. #422
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    Lol - you've quoted me, but have replied to Tom...

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lol - you've quoted me, but have replied to Tom...

    Marco.
    Fixed


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    20171014_145914.jpg these baby tannoys are great as space is tight . they like a bit of volume to come alive
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    How about a pic of them the right way up?

    Marco.
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    Triangle Zays Esprit XS Grand Angle
    Mac OS X iTunes → Schiit Bifrost DAC → SPL Phonitor 2 → Yamaha AX-592 → Triangle Zays Esprit XS | Beyerdynamic T 1 headphones | my last.fm profile

  7. #427
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    My Bowers & Wilkins 683 I sold last year. Brilliant speaker that I would have back again in a flash.



    My speakers now, Edingdales, a fairly old photo but it's too dark to take one now.



    Edit. Just took one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werner Berghofer View Post


    Triangle Zays Esprit XS Grand Angle
    nice space
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    Quote Originally Posted by Werner Berghofer View Post


    Triangle Zays Esprit XS Grand Angle
    Looks nice, Werner (you always have excellent taste), but the speakers are rather close together, no? And with all that stuff in between them...

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuff View Post
    My Bowers & Wilkins 683 I sold last year. Brilliant speaker that I would have back again.



    My speakers now, Edingdales, a fairly old photo but it's too dark to take one now.



    Edit. Just took one

    Same question to you, Nathan...? Lovely system, but how do you avoid bass-boom, with big floorstanders like that, designed to be used in free space, tucked into the corners like that, and so close together? Also, they'd sound much better without all that kit stuck in between them.

    I presuming it's an agreed compromise to keep 'her indoors' happy?

    Marco.
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