Hey Bro, the systems lookin’ great! Quite the journey we’ve both been on over the past year. I remember when we first started talking and you were were considering the wow1. The wow1 might be the best bargain I’ve come across with regards to driver cost vs selling price. Just off the charts with the wow1.
Anyhow, congrats on putting together a really nice system. I bet when you started this journey, you didn’t plan on having something like you’ve got now. I sure didn’t think my rig would be where it’s at now after just 1 year.
Not much else to do now except to enjoy the music and share the knowledge you’ve gained. Enjoy!
I'm just seeing the comments here on this page -- was viewing them on thread before.
Thanks to all for your nice comments. For the few questions, let me try to answer...
@jond The Salks are 14 inches deep: 20x14x9, overall.
@douglas I keep the speakers at a fairly wide separation -- 8-9 feet apart. They're only closer here so they can fit into the photo.
@fatdaddy2 Thanks -- there is really no first reflection with sidewalls with these Salks. The problem (if I can call it that) is the low ceiling.
@el34 I did a little research and cannot easily determine if they are transmission line speakers. They're front ported for sure -- maybe that implies they are transmission lines? Out of my depth here.
@toro3 Glad the playlist and diagram were good additions. It's quite hard for us to project ourselves into another's system with photos of gear; I was hoping that some additional elements might offer some insight into what I chose.
Can't imagine it could sound anything but great. Not familiar with the Salk speakers, is that a transmission line design? Quicksilver amp/preamp probably the best sound per dollar out there. I had a pair of V4 amps once upon a time in my audio journey and they were stunning. I've since simplified things, but I do miss them from time to time.