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My system has been a million things over the years and this is my current set up. I think I’m done for a year or two. I’m happy with this.
All comments, questions or suggestions are appreciated. 
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    • Northstar Supremo Dac
    • Bluesound Node 2
    • Jan Allaerts MC-1 Boron mkII
    • Kuzma Stabi with 4point 11 inch arm
    • Accuphase amp P something
    • Accuphase pre amp C-2150
    • Kharma s7 Speakers
    • Siltech Cables Classic Anniversary 330i cables
    • Cardas Clear RCA
    • Foundation Research LC-10
    • All Sorts Power everything and vibration stuff

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Aniwolf,

Next time I’ll go sockless. 

jamiek

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Owner
Jond,

I have been trying different positions and I find that Kharmas over other speakers I’ve owned and tried demand placement precision. I’m really struggling with optimization. Nonetheless, my Kharma speakers blow my mind wherever they they are. I will keep trying to nail it and keep you updated! 

jamiek

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Owner
https://systems.audiogon.com/users/waddallen

You raise a point about which I’ve often though. Thank you for the suggestion. I’m going to try that and met you know how it goes. 

jamiek

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Do those socks help with early reflections?

aniwolfe

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Jamie it's likely the wide angle shot is making it look further than you are. But certainly fool around with speaker positioning it's a great, and free, way to better sound.

jond

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Set up suggestion. If possible don't stack the pre on the power amp. If you can't put the amp on the floor, stack your dac on top of the pre. Nice job on selection of components,

waddallen

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Owner
Jond, that’s a great question. I believe I took that photo with the wide angle lens on my iPhone. My goal was to make an equilateral triangle between myself and the speakers. Otherwise you may be correct that I’m too far away.

jamiek

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Nice system and that amp is a P-4500 btw says right on the faceplate. :p May I ask how far away you sit? Might be a trick of the photo but your speakers look very far away.

jond

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