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Post by Hi-Fi 4 Sale on Mon Feb 09, 2009 6:19 pm

If you or your friends have a nice system, please share it with others! Some descriptions of the following will be most helpful:

  • Location (City, Country) - optional
  • Associated Equipment
If you're a dealer, you are welcome to post pics of your showroom too.


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Post by yeahsky2006 on Mon Feb 16, 2009 2:12 pm

Hi, Admin.

Can i post my customer system picture at here...?
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Post by Hi-Fi 4 Sale on Mon Feb 16, 2009 2:13 pm

Up to you, as long as he/she aloows you to do so.
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Post by Chewkw on Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:50 am

Hello to all hifi4sale.fullboards.com members,
Every one is shy to post on this column. Let me take a first move, hopefully more members will participate.. Embarassed

This is my Living Hall system which is using for my Astro
Although it lack of low frequency bass, it sound good for my daily broadcasting on TV

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Cheras
Sources: Astro, Pioneer DVD 410 & Thorens TD160
Pre Amp: Naim Audio NAC72
Power Amp: Naim Audio NAP140
Power Supply: Naim Audio Hicap
Speakers: Rogers LS3/5a 11 Ohm
Interconnect: Naim Audio
Speaker caber: Bi-wire QED Silver Anniversary








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Post by Hi-Fi 4 Sale on Wed Mar 11, 2009 10:24 pm

Chewkw,
Thanks for making the first move to encourage everyone. I guess that many of us are quite eager to post our pics, but I for myself am still learning to take good pics. Give me a couple more weeks. You'll see it! Very Happy

BTW, the new address is www.hifi4sale.net. So, regardless whether we change style, format or forum engine, it will still be the same address. For now, hifi4sale.fullboards.com is still usable.
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Post by tycham on Thu Mar 19, 2009 1:26 pm

Chewkw wrote:Hello to all hifi4sale.fullboards.com members,
Every one is shy to post on this column. Let me take a first move, hopefully more members will participate.. Embarassed

This is my Living Hall system which is using for my Astro
Although it lack of low frequency bass, it sound good for my daily broadcasting on TV

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Pre Amp: Naim Audio NAC72
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Nice LS3/5A! Is that an AB1 beside it?
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Post by Chewkw on Thu Mar 19, 2009 3:25 pm

Thank tycham,
Beside is not AB1, is a solid timber block. I use that for my hifi rack. most solid rack I can get. around 80kg
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Post by hasnul on Thu Mar 19, 2009 6:41 pm

Wow !! Gotta tell you, nice Naim setup you got there man. How many watt's per channel can your Naim blows ?
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Post by Chewkw on Fri Mar 20, 2009 4:25 pm

Hi hasnul
Thank. The power amp is NAP140, just 70watt+70watt in 4 ohm, but can blows away many high voltage amp. Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
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Post by zul on Fri Mar 20, 2009 5:09 pm

Hi guys,
People used to infamously ask Naim during the '1980s "how many watts" can their amps pushed. With around 32 watts, 'ol Naim amps could push any sub-82db /4 ohms speakers or even the Magnepans with ease. Watts to Naim are just numbers. So when Hasnul asked the same question...it brought good 'ol memories when I used to own those Naims. Thanks Hasnul for making this 'ol man smiling...again Very Happy
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Post by hasnul on Fri Mar 20, 2009 5:58 pm

Hi Chewkw, I do know that current generation of Naim's are not that much into power rating race. But I have no experience on listening of much older ones. To be honest, been looking around for a complete but older Naim setup minus the cdp & speakers. Just looking at yours makes me wanna rob ya !!! heheh..... Very Happy

Zul, so Naim was bombarded with the 'power' question mark since I was in primary school eh ?? Can't blame those chaps since Naim came in small packaging those days but it can sure roar when needed.
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Post by LazerJuan on Fri Mar 20, 2009 6:30 pm

moved to Magneplanars thread.


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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by Chewkw on Fri Mar 20, 2009 7:44 pm

Hello gentlemen,
Since this is a hot discussion , let me start a new topic about Naim Kaki. This column please remain as "Member's Systems" Post Your Pics Here!!!

Make this colum as a Hifi Pictures Gallery...

I am still waiting for some one who can make a second move.... gentlemen, post up your systems here..

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Post by duo2a3 on Fri Jun 19, 2009 5:40 pm

hi guys , few months already nobody put in any pic ,,,, ok let me put my old and new system but only 60% another 40% did not have any pic missed it lah...
scratch Mad i say man why can't host the image ......
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Post by azri on Wed Aug 26, 2009 6:18 pm

aiseh, so many otais, no one dare to post anything? what a shame
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Post by hazy on Mon Aug 31, 2009 11:20 pm

azri , biasalah memang pemalu semuanya ni.heeee tapi sure dasyat
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Post by Chewkw on Sat Dec 12, 2009 11:37 am

Hello members,
Please some one post up some photos to this site, seem Hifi4sale.net's members are more shy the Lowyat.net's members. http://forum.lowyat.net/topic/439516/+2500.
too bad, older people get more shy.... Embarassed
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Post by llsaw on Sat Dec 12, 2009 12:51 pm

It's not that we do not want to post or share our system but there are security concerns.

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Post by uncle_vic on Sun Dec 13, 2009 8:44 am

Shy la, security problem, Spouse's permission, paiseh lah, takut kena humtum la, kena criticised la & old people more shy la..........i think the list goes on and on. Like that i also scat la!


Seriously, if the intention is to learn and do a transfer of technology from the named system to our own, and no malicious intentions and no intent to ridicule owners, i think it's a good exercise. But how do we assert our assurances that it's done in good faith.

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Post by jazzy939 on Sun Dec 13, 2009 8:59 am

Good question uncle_vic!

uncle_vic wrote:
But how do we assert our assurances that it's done in good faith.

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Post by llsaw on Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:29 pm

uncle_vic wrote:Shy la, security problem, Spouse's permission, paiseh lah, takut kena humtum la, kena criticised la & old people more shy la..........i think the list goes on and on. Like that i also scat la!


Seriously, if the intention is to learn and do a transfer of technology from the named system to our own, and no malicious intentions and no intent to ridicule owners, i think it's a good exercise. But how do we assert our assurances that it's done in good faith.

Agreed

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Post by sting on Sun Dec 13, 2009 12:56 pm

This is more or less like in the Naim forum wheres many contributes their own system pics. But our mentality would be different from theirs...salah sikit hantam!...IMHO
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Post by uncle_vic on Sun Dec 13, 2009 7:27 pm

perhaps it's becos of our hifi journey has being in this way. Some started with bookshelfs, love bookshelfs and everything sound so right! Some started with floorstanders due to peer pressure perhaps, so never had a chance to work with bookshelfs, hence may not understand the desire to remain with bookshelfs. some never heard subwoofers, some tried with subwoofers and failed and wowed never to touch it again! some could swear their ears could hear enough bass from a pair of bookshelfs, and the mids and highs are so so so beautiful! Some think that to go the way of floorstanders entails the sacrifice of that beautiful midrange, nevermind the highs! some could swear that they heard the sound of subwoofers intrude into the midrange and possibly the highs, so very very sure subwoofers are bad, bad, bad and bad!!!!


It boils down to one thing: we have not experimented enough to know the whys, the whats and the don'ts! We are not flexible enough to learn a wide range of knowledge and gain the widest range of experiences available to us. Meaning: we have not gone around enough to listen to as many varied systems as much or as often as we possibly could!

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Post by llsaw on Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:35 pm

sting wrote:This is more or less like in the Naim forum wheres many contributes their own system pics. But our mentality would be different from theirs...salah sikit hantam!...IMHO

Malaysians and Asians are very different from ang mors. While I applaud the sharing on system pics in the Naim forum I likewise do not admire the herd mentality frequently demonstrated there. After all the motto of the Hi-Fi Corner forum is "You're a nobody without a Naim"..

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Post by car o scope on Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:46 pm

Wow.. What a motto!!
"You're a nobody without a Name" sounds more logic leh...
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Post by soonthas on Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:50 pm

I'm a nobody member too.

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Post by jazzy939 on Sun Dec 13, 2009 10:38 pm

And I shall be 'Naim-less'! Wink

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Post by hughesths on Sun Dec 13, 2009 11:21 pm

"Nameless" is the most powerful master in Storm Riders/Warriors movie.

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Post by llsaw on Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:25 am

car o scope wrote:Wow.. What a motto!!
"You're a nobody without a Name" sounds more logic leh...

Actually that's how Naim is pronounced. I can still remember going to a hi-fi shop in Totenham Court road back in 96 and asking for a demo of a "Na-Im Nait 3" in my best Bahasa Baku pronounciation and seeing the blur look on the salesman's face

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Post by car o scope on Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:10 am

llsaw wrote:

Actually that's how Naim is pronounced. I can still remember going to a hi-fi shop in Totenham Court road back in 96 and asking for a demo of a "Na-Im Nait 3" in my best Bahasa Baku pronounciation and seeing the blur look on the salesman's face

Yes. Actually, I know that it is pronounced that way.
I was emphasizing on the spelling rather than pronunciation.
Hahahahaha.. Thank for sharing anyway.
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Post by tycham on Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:27 am



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« Reply #151 on: Yesterday at 11:08:12 pm »
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The above echolofter wrote:

Hi, I had Apollo and CD5i.
Although I did not have both CDPs at the same time, but I much prefer the CD5i.

It is detailed and faster. Complicated passages do not sound congested on the CD5i.
Some may find it forward/ harsh but it really depends what speakers you are using I guess.
But I have to say that it matches really well with Harbeth.

Anyway, I do not have high regards for Rega products.
I had their CDP, Int amp and TT, not impressed at all...



Regarding SF Cremona Auditor and Nait 5i, it is a great combination.
One thing that I really miss and remember vividly is the pin point imaging.
My current setup can't match.

Sounds tonally balanced, wouldn't say that it is warm.
With naim, they are really pacy, slightly forward and really detailed.

Impressive sounding but I gave it up because it was too "Hi-Fi"ish..
I wasn't really listening to the music but the sound...
So decided to go with classic british speakers (spendor and now Harbeth).


I really like the poignant revelation in the last paragraph.


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Post by azri on Mon Dec 14, 2009 3:37 pm

pic pls!! less talk lor
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Post by jazzy939 on Mon Dec 14, 2009 3:39 pm

Agreed! Mana gambaq..? Razz

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Post by sting on Mon Dec 14, 2009 5:50 pm

I was "somebody" before ..not anymore...he..he. But still admire the sounds.

the other tag line is "sorry, I didn't catch your Naim".
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Post by sting on Mon Dec 14, 2009 5:59 pm

uncle_vic wrote:perhaps it's becos of our hifi journey has being in this way. Some started with bookshelfs, love bookshelfs and everything sound so right! Some started with floorstanders due to peer pressure perhaps, so never had a chance to work with bookshelfs, hence may not understand the desire to remain with bookshelfs. some never heard subwoofers, some tried with subwoofers and failed and wowed never to touch it again! some could swear their ears could hear enough bass from a pair of bookshelfs, and the mids and highs are so so so beautiful! Some think that to go the way of floorstanders entails the sacrifice of that beautiful midrange, nevermind the highs! some could swear that they heard the sound of subwoofers intrude into the midrange and possibly the highs, so very very sure subwoofers are bad, bad, bad and bad!!!!


It boils down to one thing: we have not experimented enough to know the whys, the whats and the don'ts! We are not flexible enough to learn a wide range of knowledge and gain the widest range of experiences available to us. Meaning: we have not gone around enough to listen to as many varied systems as much or as often as we possibly could!


Uncle Vic,

I believe Malaysian prefers personal attack than to think logic as everybody has their own preferences. We should learn how to respect others system, as long they enjoy, they like it..so be it. After all, it's music matters....

How many of us discuss about music more than equipments and objected when being labeled as hifi lover not as music lover....IMHO

I'm still looking fwd to listen to your system...one day Uncle as my schedule is quite tight now.
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Post by bimmerman on Mon Dec 14, 2009 7:11 pm

Sheesh, I thought I had reached the NATO forum (NO ACTION, TALK ONLY)

Pictures please... Anybody??? Pretty please...
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Post by alcmy on Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:53 pm

wanted to post my old school system but don't know how to upload pictures.
help please

my old school system

rega planar 3 with grado cartridge
heybrook tt2 .helius aurum tonearm.benz micro gold cartridge
audiolab 8000c/p
epos m12

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Post by tycham on Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:02 am

alcmy wrote:wanted to post my old school system but don't know how to upload pictures.
help please

my old school system

rega planar 3 with grado cartridge
heybrook tt2 .helius aurum tonearm.benz micro gold cartridge
audiolab 8000c/p
epos m12

The following link, posted on the 21 January 2009 by the administrator detailed the steps in uploading of images.

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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by wabun on Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:55 am

Looking at it, seems like is possible to "ciplak" a NAP140..same Sanken BPT as Audiolab 8000P hand itchy...


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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by Cooltube on Tue Dec 15, 2009 1:47 pm

I say man, just post pics of your systems la. This not a discussion thread. Keep comments short.
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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by uncle_vic on Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:35 pm


Uncle Vic,

I
believe Malaysian prefers personal attack than to think logic as
everybody has their own preferences. We should learn how to respect
others system, as long they enjoy, they like it..so be it. After all,
it's music matters....

How many of us discuss about music more than equipments and objected when being labeled as hifi lover not as music lover....IMHO

I'm still looking fwd to listen to your system...one day Uncle as my schedule is quite tight now.
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By the time u arrive, the system oledi transformed many times!!!

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Post by uncle_vic on Tue Dec 15, 2009 2:47 pm

The important thing is not looking at the pics, sharply focused or blur blur!!! The important thing is to learn something out of an actual visit and putting in good use what u have learn to get your setup to work and sound at a next higher level of excellences!!!!! If we don't look at it this way, but instead go criticised this and that, and don't / unable to improve on your own setup, then u have wasted your precious time la, might as well stay at home and just enjoy the music whatever way u may like it and may not be what others like la!!!

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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by zeebee on Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:58 pm

http://i13.servimg.com/u/f13/14/63/95/01/dsc01814.jpg

Hi Kakis,

A picture to 'kick-off' (get it, ) proceeding for all kakis of my 'yet to-be-properly-installed' system.

At the moment, still have to alternate listening btwn stereo & MC:
Stereo:
Simadio Equinox CD/Transport/ Benchmark DAC1
Pathos Logos Hybrid Integrated Amp
Living Voice Avatar II Speakers.

Cabling:
Kimber AGDL (CD Trans to DAC)
Cardas Neutral Reference XLR (DAC to amp)
Synergistic Research Signature Ten (with Power Shielding)
Power cables: Transparent/Shunyata Research

MC:
PS3 (Blue Ray and Games /Marantz DV7001 (SACD/DVD_A)
Marantz SR7002 Receiver
Jamo Surrounds
Cabling:
Taralab Prism 2(Analog 5.1 channel)
Black Rhodium Aero Space/MIT AVT3 Speakers Cabling.

Cheers,

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Post by tycham on Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:26 pm


zeebee wrote:http://i13.servimg.com/u/f13/14/63/95/01/dsc01814.jpg

Hi Kakis,

A picture to 'kick-off' (get it, ) proceeding for all kakis of my 'yet to-be-properly-installed' system.

At the moment, still have to alternate listening btwn stereo & MC:
Stereo:
Simadio Equinox CD/Transport/ Benchmark DAC1
Pathos Logos Hybrid Integrated Amp
Living Voice Avatar II Speakers.

Cabling:
Kimber AGDL (CD Trans to DAC)
Cardas Neutral Reference XLR (DAC to amp)
Synergistic Research Signature Ten (with Power Shielding)
Power cables: Transparent/Shunyata Research

MC:
PS3 (Blue Ray and Games /Marantz DV7001 (SACD/DVD_A)
Marantz SR7002 Receiver
Jamo Surrounds
Cabling:
Taralab Prism 2(Analog 5.1 channel)
Black Rhodium Aero Space/MIT AVT3 Speakers Cabling.

Cheers,

zeebee

Impressive! Any room treatment?
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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by hughesths on Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:36 pm

Zeebee, Very nice setups, one of my favourite Living Voice speakers too. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by zeebee on Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:41 pm

Hi,

Power supply, use this heavy duty power conditioner that can control the precision +/- 1% of 240V and additionally a Promintheus Audio conditioner for the amp. The speaker cables have this powered 'active' shielding supposedly to eliminate/reduce EMI/RFI Interference.

For room treatment, not yet bro, each time I want to listen stereo, I have to lug the Avatars to the front and move them back when nak tengok movies/games or listen to MC.

I'm mulling to 'design' own treatment from 'freebie' advice from sound engineers/consultants doing some work for a project I'm involved in. They primarily work with mainly with large scale factories/plants (to reduce mechanical noise) and auditorium/stadium, so on a smaller scale a bit different. Thought that to infuse some 'art' onto the typically egg crate products with black/grey colour for our house.

The treatment also need to get the all important nod-of-approval from my home minister aka wife too Very Happy.

Cheers,

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Post by zeebee on Tue Dec 15, 2009 10:51 pm

hughesths wrote:Zeebee, Very nice setups, one of my favourite Living Voice speakers too. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks, yes the Avatars are beautiful (my wife referred them as my 1st wife Very Happy) and easy to drive. Sounds natural and beautiful especially with vocals... The Pathos also complements it very well but somehow wondering and itching to try them with a SET amp!!

Cheers,

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Post by WongKN on Tue Dec 15, 2009 11:22 pm

Zeebee, I salute you for taking the step to share.

I don't have a photo of my system to share but I thought perhaps this photo of the system that was recently in my friend (Audio Image) main listening room might be interesting for all to have a look. The main star at that time was the Audio Physics Kronos, and it was driven by a pair of Krell FBP400 monoblocs, promitheus pre, Audio Image's own (excellent) photo pre and kuzma TT and arm (and a clearaudio catridge).
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Re: H4S Hi-Fi Gallery - The Fun Corner

Post by llsaw on Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:28 am

My system..

Source: Rega Saturn
Amp: Primare I30 integrated
Speakers: Proac Studio 125
Cables: QED Silver Anniversary XT bi-wire speaker cables, Siltech ST-18IQ interconnect and modified Siltect SPX-30 power cable for cd player utilizing Furutech FI-28 IEC and Russ Andrews In-line 3-pin UK plug. The power cable akan datang
Support: Usher Audio SR-4 rack
Tweaks: Telos Audio RCA caps

Pix on FB once but was told by friends not to put there..

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Post by zeebee on Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:41 am

WongKN wrote:Zeebee, I salute you for taking the step to share.

I don't have a photo of my system to share but I thought perhaps this photo of the system that was recently in my friend (Audio Image) main listening room might be interesting for all to have a look. The main star at that time was the Audio Physics Kronos, and it was driven by a pair of Krell FBP400 monoblocs, promitheus pre, Audio Image's own (excellent) photo pre and kuzma TT and arm (and a clearaudio catridge).

Thanks, and droooll at the set up u put up Shocked . Awesome set up.. don't mind having a listen.

Cheers,

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