The Tandberg bug

Tandberg always made good sounding gear. I miss my TCD-3014 Cassette deck. Earlier version from the "A" version. Does the TD20a Se work even though the record button is stuck. I want to g...

posted over 12 years ago

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SS and tube communication

I love that Pioneer RT-909, I have been a Reel to Reel follower for over 30 years. This one is very nice. Check out my system under Vincedog3. Nice to have another Reel to Reel fan out here at the ...

posted over 12 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: You can't keep a good name down. "Vincent" Audio keeps impressing me and now have added a preamplifier to boot. The Vincent SA-T1.

posted almost 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

The Vincent has allot going for it. Like the Rotel, it is very dynamic and detailed. I like the Vincent better in that it engages more than the Rb-1080 did. The Vincent doesn't have that hard sound...

posted over 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

Hi Bonger,the Cayin will work well, only with one caveat. Dynamics may be bit limited. I found that with the Primaluna. But if you are listening to small ensemble jazz or classical and not too dema...

posted over 13 years ago

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The Tandberg bug

You are my kind of guy. Love the Tandberg sound and especially the TCD3014(a). Makes me wonder why everyone fussed over the Nak Dragon. This deck was/is better in every way. When building my next s...

posted over 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: The new Vincent SP-331 Power Amplifier replaces my smoked Acurus A-250 amplifier. Wow, this amplifier has some great music in it. Will need the obligatory 300 or hours of break in, b...

posted over 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

The Cd player is great. Run it for about 300 hours and be ready for a great sound. Bass is rich if a bit lacking ultimate definition, but the treble and midrange really shine. Love the vocals and i...

posted over 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: Kiss the Acurus goodbye. Smoked is great for Kippers, not amps or speakers. Say hello soon to the Vincent Sp-331 amplifier. Anticipation is making me wait.

posted over 13 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: The Vincent CD-S6 is the newest to the music system here in a very simple solution to my vexing complex music needs.

posted over 13 years ago

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Albertporter Lenco project

Absolutely beautiful job on your Lenco. I always liked these turntables. Keep it happy. Very well done.

posted about 14 years ago

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Enjoyable Minimalist System & Wireless Convenience

Cool system. Computers make great music sources especially a Mac. I love mine. I use an Imac 24. I tunes makes organizing real easy. No viruses,spyware. Just music and creating what else does any o...

posted about 14 years ago

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A True Budget 2 Channel System Updated

Got to love the NAD. I still have my Monitor stuff, and an old 502 Cd player. They sound great, and never been in the shop. Nice system you have.

posted about 14 years ago

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Modest System

Very nicely balanced system. That JVC turntable is very good.No digital playback, not that has to be nice. Enjoy.

posted about 14 years ago

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Somwhere on the road

Love your setup. Those Ushers look great. I'll bet they image great too. The Clearaudio is great table too. Nice to see so many systems keeping vinyl sounding great.

posted about 14 years ago

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Beginner Audiophile on a Budget

I love your Computer server for your music. I am looking into building a hot swap genre music server system myself. Glad to see you did it well already. The Belari is great for your phono, but don'...

posted about 14 years ago

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Rega, Threshold, Joseph Audio

I love it. Good for you in your system. I thought I was the only one who thought so what about the looks. It is the sound that counts. Your Kenwood brings back cool memories for me. I love how you ...

posted about 14 years ago

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My 2 CH System

I like your system, curious with the right speaker being so close to the right wall corner, does the sound favor the right side due to boundary reinforcement?I think you got a very cool sys...

posted about 14 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: I love the Prima Luna, but gee whiz more power would be nice along with more control. So, yes I have gone to the dark side of the force and gone with this Solid State amplifier the A...

posted about 14 years ago

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The Old and New of it

System edited: Just got this Revox B-225. Wow, very smooth operator, gets the timbres nice, and does not fatigue like allot of digital I have heard. Big surprise. Goes well with my system. Not as r...

posted over 15 years ago

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The Old and New of it

Weakest links are the connections between components. This combo leads me to getting the most possible IMHO out my very simple combo. I hate complex solutions, and my integrated and Cd player here ...

posted almost 16 years ago

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The Old and New of it

Photofreak, thanks for the tips and the lead, I am experimenting with other isolation plats, and may make my own air or sand system. No decision yet on that though. Must be my laziness there. I jus...

posted about 16 years ago

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The Old and New of it

Mthieme, The Primaluna has plenty of power to get the MMGs to work very well. While I would not call it a power house,it has a fullness in its presentation, and balance that I don't find myself hav...

posted over 16 years ago

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The Old and New of it

That's a great question. I know I have plenty of fullness with the MMGs'. It wouldn't be too much of a stretch for the 12 or the 1.6 I think. depends on the room size too, and how loud you like. Bu...

posted over 16 years ago

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Levinson Reference

I love your choice analog reels. The Otaris' are amazing machines. Wished I kept mine. Oh well. Nice to see someone keeping analog alive and doing it nice. way cool

posted over 16 years ago

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