I bought my Linn Axis turntable  in London during the late ‘90s and travelled around the world with it.  I also had a nice portable pair of Paradigm Atom speakers for about 15 years, which I passed on to a niece and replaced with some ELAC Debut 6.2s. My old trusty NAD 7020 gave up the ghost a couple of years ago and I replaced it with a Cambridge Audio Topaz SR20 receiver.  My wife and I decided on a drastic downsizing and I sold all my records and equipment over the holidays.

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    • Linn Axis Basik
    My old Linn Axis turntable with Basik Arm and Nagaoka MP-110 cartridge.

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Thanks for the comment.  The rooms acoustics are just fine, since the carpet controls the sound wave reflections.  This is my old system, and it was getting a bit cluttered.  By the time I sold all my records, they filled the entire space in Kallax shelves (about 2600 records total).  My new system is much more basic, with just a streamer, a couple of speakers and headphones.  I don’t sweat the acoustics too much because I tend to use my headphones (my wife works from  home for the moment).  


Looks great! And, how does the room sound? I bet having concrete walls makes the room less reverberant, though some say that concrete does resonate. Love the look of it!


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