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  1. #511
    Join Date: Nov 2011

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    Slight update, I’ve started using the Cambridge CXC again as I think it betters the Cyrus CDT + the Marantz 6006 is plumbed into the Hugo to play memory card content through (I use them in the car)


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    Join Date: Oct 2015

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    I really rate the CXC, I think you'd have to spend a lot more to do better.
    Turntable
    Toshiba SR-370/Mission 774/Van Damme cable with MS Starline plugs/Ortofon Quintet Black
    CD
    Cambridge CXC transport/modified Musical Fidelity X-DAC/modified Musical Fidelity X-10 V3 tube buffer
    Network Player
    Cambridge NP30
    Amplifier
    Denon HA-500 head amp/Nakamichi CA-5E pre-amp/Chinese passive RVC/Proton AA-1150 DMC power amp
    Speakers
    Mordaunt Short Signifer on original factory stands
    Cables
    Mogami with Rean Neutrik plugs/NVA LS5
    Headphones
    Sennheiser HD600/Sennheiser HD650/Koss Pro4 AA

  3. #513
    Join Date: Nov 2011

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    No new kit just a tidy up and repositioning of the rack & speakers + been experimenting with toe in


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    I think you need to put your feet on the coffee table to get your toe in
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    I think you need to put your feet on the coffee table to get your toe in
    Very good Al

    The sofa is a nice Roomes recliner but the feet always end up on the coffee table

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    My OCD says the rack should be in the middle. But logic comes first I guess! Nice room, Roy.

    S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by southall-1998_mk2 View Post
    My OCD says the rack should be in the middle. But logic comes first I guess! Nice room, Roy.

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    Thanks Shane. I have a blind to install at which point I'll probably move the rack. Till then I don't want the toerags round here seeing too much when the curtains are open.

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    Great little unit purchased for the bedroom system following the demise of my Pioneer receiver. A Cambridge One. It has DAB & FM, Bluetooth, 2 digital, 1 usb & 1 analogue input, plays CDs & has a 30 watt per channel amp, all this for £160!


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    That looks like a nice little piece of kit there, Roy! I think it is ideal for such a setup. I should look into something similar myself, although my Naim Uniti isn't doing anything right now, should use it.
    Holbo TT-Nag 110-Croft Micro 25 pre-phono/Innuos Zen MK2/LinnenberG Telemann DAC-Preamp/LinnenberG Allegro monoblocs/Duevel Venus/LinnenberG Maestro SE-Senn. HD580
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    It's not the 'seeing'!
    They'll be able to HEAR from a block away! (-:
    Window bars?
    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    Thanks Shane. I have a blind to install at which point I'll probably move the rack. Till then I don't want the toerags round here seeing too much when the curtains are open.
    Chris.

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