Room Details

Dimensions: 14’ × 12’  Small
Ceiling: 14’


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    • Vandersteen 1Model 1ci on Sound Anchor Stands
    • Denon DP-35F
    Servo tracer DD semi auto table, remarkable speed stability....a true relic....
    • McIntosh MX-110 Z
    Inherited from Dad vintage 1965, this started the addiction
    since rebuilt twice by two of the best Richard Modaferi ( RIMO) filter fame and Randy Vikan most recently
    • McIntosh MC-240
    Circa 1961 bought as a demo in 1965 from Music Unlimited in Cleveland, Ohio
    has been gone thru 3 times, twice by Randy Vikan ( Elite Audio Tech ), and Mike Samra in Saginaw who brought power supply up to date. Tubes by Andy at Vintage Tube services
    this is a sweet and holographic 240
    • Isotek Polaris
    Front End Power for TT. Preamp, CD player
    dedicated circuit, ISOtek power cord
    • McIntosh MCD-205
    MC quality with Nakamichi Music Bank technology.....not yet vintage..but like me..getting long in the tooth....
    • Furman PF-15i
    Power cleanup and a cheater on/off switch for the MC-240.... on a dedicated circuit
    • Nagaoka MP-110
    incredible value......wow....

Comments 6

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Nics is to easy to say ... Your system is spectacular.  Great speakers and love your Nagaoaka cartridge choice.  As said before don't change a thing except I'm looking to install a Nagaoka MP500 which shares many of the MP110 properties.  In my opinion there are few cartridges as neutral and dynamic as the MM Nagaokas.  Your system may be vintage but I'm sure it would compete with many of the more modern systems and not lose a lick!

Best,

Sam

samuelb

Center
Owner
Thanks all !
Much credit to my Dad
The tube Mac gear was his
My first stereo memory was its arrival in 1965
Hooked since

tomic601

Center
Fantastic setup with classic vintage gear that is affordable and punches far above its weight. You clearly know what you are doing!

shadorne

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Don't change a thing.

gpgr4blu

Center
Love the vintage McIntosh... bet it sounds sweet!

pdreher

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I really love what you're doing with your system. Keep it simple and enjoy.
Kenny

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