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    Have to agree with Duvet,

    Can I change my mind ;)

    Full marks for lookin outside the box !!!
    BORED FUCKING SHITLESS !!!

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    Biscuit wrote:
    Want that one too

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    Duvet wrote:
    A dedicated and properly set up listening room. In my mind it is a piece of kit now;)
    Yep - i agree 100% - i'd love a bigger room that i could just disappear into whenever i wanted without having to wait til the missus has stopped watching the telly.
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    Papa Lazarou wrote:
    Duvet wrote:
    A dedicated and properly set up listening room. In my mind it is a piece of kit now;)
    Yep - i agree 100% - i'd love a bigger room that i could just disappear into whenever i wanted without having to wait til the missus has stopped watching the telly.
    until then, what about a headphone amp?

    I'm fortunate that I've got a semi-dedicated listening room - it's got the PC and fishtanks in as well, but it is a garage conversion...

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    A detatched house, so I didnt have to wait till next door had gone out to crank it up


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    A pair of decent speakers, with bass to lower than 13Hz!



    Proper coffins..

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    kennyk wrote:
    Papa Lazarou wrote:
    Duvet wrote:
    A dedicated and properly set up listening room. In my mind it is a piece of kit now;)
    Yep - i agree 100% - i'd love a bigger room that i could just disappear into whenever i wanted without having to wait til the missus has stopped watching the telly.
    until then, what about a headphone amp?

    I'm fortunate that I've got a semi-dedicated listening room - it's got the PC and fishtanks in as well, but it is a garage conversion...
    I already have one thanks - not the same as listening to the speakers though.
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    and





    Are on the real world list to achieve in the next 12-14 months if everything goes well
    The saddest day of your life isn't when you decide to sell out. The saddest day of your life is when you decide to sell out and nobody wants to buy.

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    Leonard Smalls wrote:
    A pair of decent speakers, with bass to lower than 13Hz!



    Proper coffins..
    Seen these things before.

    £72K

    The claimed frequency responce not only goes lower than 13Hz but also well beyond 24Khz. So when the human ear can only hear frequencies from 20Hz - 20 Khz (even less for adults) Whats the point ??????????????????????????????????????????

    http://www.ee.washington.edu/consele...audio/95x3.htm
    BORED FUCKING SHITLESS !!!

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    yes please.

    I got an email from the national lottery yesterday.... advising me to look at my online account as there was importantnews onmy ticket. Can you imagine what my heartrate went up to?

    £10... oh well. Its a start I suppose.

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    Biscuit wrote:





    Good call Biccie


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    My current speakers

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    Either:

    1) A meatier Clearaudio than my Evolution, like the Maximum Solution or Master Solution with TQ-I arm.

    2) An Esoteric X-01

    3) A Pair of VAC 211 monoblocks

    4)a pair of Sonus Faber Stradavari or Amati Homage loudspeakers.



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    Having lived with Baby Krell for some months, I have to say I would love to have a shot with Big Daddy Krell: the full-monty Evolution set-up! However, that needs its own power station...oh, and suitable source & speakers...

    More real world: Shahinian Diapasons - absolutely ace speakers, best I've heard!

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    Dynamic Turtle wrote:
    Either:

    1) A meatier Clearaudio than my Evolution, like the Maximum Solution or Master Solution with TQ-I arm.
    I had master ref with tangent arm, is a fcuking pig to set up all tangent arms are

    dont get me wrong, sounds great,but if your sight is bad and you have a tremor in your arm get something else its not going to work



    I went for the soloution with an arm thats built like a tank



    Also good buy is the weight worth every penny

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    musicbox wrote:


    yes please.

    I got an email from the national lottery yesterday.... advising me to look at my online account as there was importantnews onmy ticket. Can you imagine what my heartrate went up to?

    £10... oh well. Its a start I suppose.
    very nice how much ?

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    Matt J wrote:
    A detatched house, so I didnt have to wait till next door had gone out to crank it up

    I have a detatched House, I use a 16 x 12 x x 11' tall room as the listening room,
    down side is it has a bleedin archway into the same size dining room, plus 2 french windows, so its not ideal. The other down side is the bills that come with place this size means I can not afford the kit it deserves. (One day the mortgage will be paid, then ohhhhhhh then)
    Music is an outburst of the soul

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    Borats Baby wrote:
    A pair of these would be nice. Never heard a pair but you got to love that design !

    No!

    It looks like the devil's diseased inner ear!
    I don't like stuff that sucks.

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