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  1. #111
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    Great looking system , I see your cat is enjoying it too
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  2. #112
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Great looking system , I see your cat is enjoying it too
    Thanks, Al. There's always at least one kitty in here with me.
    Preamp | Amplifier: Schiit Freya + | Emotiva XPA-2 Gen 2
    Cassette Decks Nakamichi 582 & DR-1 | JVC KD-A8 | Yamaha K-1020
    DAC | Digital Source: Schiit Bifrost 2 Multibit | Raspberry Pi 4
    Speakers | Subwoofers: Martin Logan SL3 | JL Audio e110 x 2
    Power Conditioning: Blue Circle Audio | APC | Monster Power
    Cables: Wireworld | Pangea Audio

  3. #113
    Join Date: Jun 2012

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    Preamp | Amplifier: Schiit Freya + | Emotiva XPA-2 Gen 2
    Cassette Decks Nakamichi 582 & DR-1 | JVC KD-A8 | Yamaha K-1020
    DAC | Digital Source: Schiit Bifrost 2 Multibit | Raspberry Pi 4
    Speakers | Subwoofers: Martin Logan SL3 | JL Audio e110 x 2
    Power Conditioning: Blue Circle Audio | APC | Monster Power
    Cables: Wireworld | Pangea Audio

  4. #114
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    Quote Originally Posted by cube-tube View Post
    Those Martin Logan’s are absolute beasts


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
    "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken!!"

  5. #115
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk View Post
    Those Martin Logan’s are absolute beasts
    Thank you sir. They certainly are!

    This past weekend, my brothers were over and we sat for nearly 9 hours straight watching concerts, including Phil Collins, Genesis, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Brit Floyd, Aussie Floyd, Depeche Mode, and The Cure.

    Almost continuous SPL levels of 100 to 103 dB with peaks between 107 and 109 dB. Yes, nearly the entire time I was hammering this system that hard, and it never flinched. The Emotiva amp was barely warm, the sub amps were just warm, and zero listening fatigue.

    I almost never play my system like that, but it was just so clear and clean, I couldn't help myself. Plus my brothers were loving it. And keep in mind, these Martin Logan SL3's just celebrated their 24th birthday this month and are all original.
    Preamp | Amplifier: Schiit Freya + | Emotiva XPA-2 Gen 2
    Cassette Decks Nakamichi 582 & DR-1 | JVC KD-A8 | Yamaha K-1020
    DAC | Digital Source: Schiit Bifrost 2 Multibit | Raspberry Pi 4
    Speakers | Subwoofers: Martin Logan SL3 | JL Audio e110 x 2
    Power Conditioning: Blue Circle Audio | APC | Monster Power
    Cables: Wireworld | Pangea Audio

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    Quote Originally Posted by cube-tube View Post
    Thank you sir. They certainly are!

    This past weekend, my brothers were over and we sat for nearly 9 hours straight watching concerts, including Phil Collins, Genesis, David Gilmour, Roger Waters, Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Brit Floyd, Aussie Floyd, Depeche Mode, and The Cure.

    Almost continuous SPL levels of 100 to 103 dB with peaks between 107 and 109 dB. Yes, nearly the entire time I was hammering this system that hard, and it never flinched. The Emotiva amp was barely warm, the sub amps were just warm, and zero listening fatigue.

    I almost never play my system like that, but it was just so clear and clean, I couldn't help myself. Plus my brothers were loving it. And keep in mind, these Martin Logan SL3's just celebrated their 24th birthday this month and are all original.
    The system may have not 'flinched', but being subjected to those sound levels for 9 hours you could well have caused damage to your hearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    The system may have not 'flinched', but being subjected to those sound levels for 9 hours you could well have caused damage to your hearing.
    could you repeat that Barry, I’ve got a horrible ringing in my ears


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  8. #118
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    I said: "When I was considering buying a set of SL-3s, I declined because they wouldn't go loud enough."
    Barry

  9. #119
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    The system may have not 'flinched', but being subjected to those sound levels for 9 hours you could well have caused damage to your hearing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jac Hawk View Post
    could you repeat that Barry, I’ve got a horrible ringing in my ears
    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    I said: "When I was considering buying a set of SL-3s, I declined because they wouldn't go loud enough."
    LOL! You guys are funny!

    Yes, I know sustained sound levels like that can and will damage hearing, but I never play it that loud normally. My typical listening habits remain around a sustained 80 - 85 dB with peaks of about 90 dB at most. And even that's pushing it for me. Plus, I consider playing a system that loud all the time is abuse... Something I don't do with my system. But I can say, even at those levels I was playing over the weekend, it was so effortless sounding. No signs of stress at all. Probably the reason I was pushing it so hard and why it was so non-fatiguing.

    But no worries fellas. I'm back to my normal 80 - 85 dB sustained levels. Not to mention I value and greatly appreciate my hearing very much, hence why I've only been to three live concerts my entire life.
    Preamp | Amplifier: Schiit Freya + | Emotiva XPA-2 Gen 2
    Cassette Decks Nakamichi 582 & DR-1 | JVC KD-A8 | Yamaha K-1020
    DAC | Digital Source: Schiit Bifrost 2 Multibit | Raspberry Pi 4
    Speakers | Subwoofers: Martin Logan SL3 | JL Audio e110 x 2
    Power Conditioning: Blue Circle Audio | APC | Monster Power
    Cables: Wireworld | Pangea Audio

  10. #120
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    My watch of all things tells me when i'm playing the music too loud


    As the late Colonel Sanders once said
    "I'm too drunk to taste this chicken!!"

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