This is my home office/study system that I listen to most of the time. Previously, I had the Harbeth P3esr's in this room which I liked very much. But the Harbeth M30.1 are something very very special. The midrange and reproduction of human voice is to die for. This is my go-to system when I'm in the mood to just chill with some jazz, blues, or vocals. As much as I love the Harbeth HL5+ in the main system, these 30.1s are the ones that allow me to make an emotional connection with the music better than any other speaker I've owned or listened to.
I had the walnut wood stands custom built by Z Audio. These are so much better looking in person and very unique looking.
The only problem with the set up is the bookshelf and the chair taking up space, due to which the right speaker doesn't have enough room to breathe. One of these days when I'm motivated enough, I might move the bookshelves further to the other side of the room to free up some space and move the right speaker out by another foot.
Thank you for checking out my system. And, as always, any advice or tips for further improvement are welcome :)
@gryphongryph Thank you for the compliments. Indeed, I count my blessings every time I listen to both systems, which is pretty much every day. I really like the Audio Mirror DAC. IMO, it strikes the right balance between details/resolution and musicality. Having said that, I realize that it might disappoint those seeking a hyper detailed presentation, or an overly romantic, euphonic sound. This DAC kind of splits the difference, which is what I was looking for. I have the basic version but seriously thinking of having the builder upgrade it to the SE version in a few months.
@jond -- Thank you for the kind words. I'm glad someone finally commented on my home office system, as the main system is getting most of the attention :)
Since this system is in my home office, I spend more time listening to it, and much more so lately since I've been working from home for almost 12 months now. For jazz, vocals, and light music, the smaller system works much better. For classical, rock, and blues, the main system has the edge.