Description

I haven't listed a few more details.

I'm using Pass Labs XVR 1 active crossover.

Avantgardes and Lamm getting signal above 80 Hz, and JL Subs- below
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Room Details

Dimensions: 21’ × 16’  Large
Ceiling: 8’


Components Toggle details

    • Hanss T-60
    magnetically- suspended platter and suspension
    • Graham Engineering Phantom Supreme II
    10
    • Koetsu Urushi Blue
    MC cartridge
    • Tron Syren II Ultimate
    Full- function tube preamplifier.
    Silver transformers and wiring
    • Lamm Industries ML-2
    SET
    • Avantgarde Duo Omega G2
    horn- loaded
    • SRA Scuttle
    Double- wide
    • Shindo Labs Vosne-Romanee
    Full- function preamplifier with MM/MC phono stage
    • Galibier Design Gavia Mk 1.5

Comments 12

222222&text=tj
Beautiful dedicated listening space. Wow I bet this room and system sound great.

tjkurita

Center
Listening to Sister Morphine on the reissue LP on this system was best goosebump maker I can recall in a long while. 
Suggestion to add a closeup pic of your Jagger mugshot, that is an awesome decor piece. 
Cheers,
Spencer

sbank

Center
nice setup

vernneal

222222&text=ma
Owner

BAT rex is probably one of the best line stages, I've had in my system- very natural sound with no obvous omissions and no commissions. Very dynamic and detailed, at the same time avoiding being analytical or lean. Great texture and tone.


maril555

222222&text=gr
What were your impressions of the BAT Rex?

greg22lz

222222&text=ma
Owner
Pcosta- Syren II is beautiful. Dead quiet in my 108 dB sensitive system, otstanding resolution, combined with very engaging and "musical" presentation, a trick, that in my experience is very difficult to pull.
I've had my share of preamplifiers: three different Suprateks, BAT REX, Doshi Alaap, Joule Electra ME-450, VAC Signature IIa.
Tron Syren II Ultimate(Ultimate upgrade includes all silver wiring, silver WBT connectors and silver-wired transformers), is the best one by a significant margin, very expensive, but worth it.
The ICs from Tron to power amps are about 15 ft. long- not a problem at all.
Charles1dad, Roxy54- thank you for your kind words.

maril555

Center
Fabulous looking system. High end tubes and horns. It makes me want to hear it more than look at it, and it looks incredible.

roxy54

Center
Very well done!
You obviously have put much thought and effort(and certainly hard earned experience) in arriving at this end result. I'm certain your music sounds fabulous via this fine system. Congratulations.
Charles,

charles1dad

222222&text=pc
How do you like the Tron Syren?

How long are your cables form the Syren to the Lamm's.

I have been enjoying my Syren for almost nine years now. I would like to bring it up to Syren II spec. one of these days.

pcosta

222222&text=ma
Owner
Hanss is very new, so I'm just getting a handle on it.
I feel, it does bass better, than Verdier, and has more organic presentation.
The weak point of Verdier is the motor- mine was converted to battery operation, but still.
I would imagine, that with a state of the art motor and controller, it would have been a better TT, but I never gotten around to actually doing it.
Genius of Verdier is the simplicity of the design.
Anyhow, Hanss T-60 is very well made, and overall is probably somewhat better, than Verdier, that now is sold for $15 K with an MDF plinth (mine was with the more expensive Granito)
Speed stability is very good, it has huge, partially magnetically-suspended platter, provisions for two tonearms, magnetic suspension, that is also adjustable and two motors. It isn't tweaky neither.
For the asking price, it's a pretty good deal.
To get much better, one would need to shop in at least $15-30 K price range

maril555

222222&text=je
System is looking great. Can you tell us the difference between this new table and your last one?

jeff1225

Center
Very nice system! You put some real thought into it.

lloydc

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