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    Inveterate Box-Swapper smegger68's Avatar
    Join Date
     Jan 2006
    Posts
     2,210
    Location
     Bridgend
    Real Name
     James
    Turn Table
     STD 305S / Rega 3
    T/Arm & Cart
     LAD/Decca/Tarm/Excel
    SUT/Phono
     Lentek / Croft RIAA
    Digital Source 1
     Micromega Minium CD
    Digital Source 2
     HTPC
    DAC
     Theta DS Pro Prime
    Speakers
     SD Acoustics SD-5
    Pre Amp
     Ming Da MC-7R
    Power Amp
     Audion / Shearne
    Headphones
     
    In the Hi-Fi industry?
     No

    Funky open baffle speakers

    "Faster, Faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death." - Hunter S. Thompson

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    Super Wammer bencat's Avatar
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     Feb 2010
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    Location
     Liverpool
    Real Name
     Andrew
    Turn Table
     Logic DM101
    Digital Source 1
     SBT/Theta/PT
    Integrated Amp
     Concordant / Krell
    Speakers
     Harbeth Compact
    In the Hi-Fi industry?
     No
    I am not sure they will sound that great but I have to say they do look really different . Sadly by the look of the value of the pledges in place I doubt they will make the $20,000 mark that they are looking for.
    System - Theta Data Basic II Transport - Squeezebox Touch Toolbox 3.0 Dynobot Mods - Antimode 2.0 Digital Room Equaliser - Concordant Exhilliarant Pre - Krell KSA 50 Amp - Harbeth Compact Monitors II

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    Super Wammer SMEagol's Avatar
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     Aug 2008
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    Location
     Lancashire
    Real Name
     Chris
    Turn Table
     Oxford Crystal Ref.
    T/Arm & Cart
     Helius/Koetsu
    SUT/Phono
     Trilogy 907
    Digital Source 1
     Wadipod
    Digital Source 2
     Macbook
    DAC
     Dunc_DAC
    Speakers
     Diapason Adamantes 3
    Pre Amp
     Peter Sanhen SP1.5
    Power Amp
     Trilogy 958 triodes
    Headphones
     
    In the Hi-Fi industry?
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    The Herman Lee's are the most domestically acceptable.
    "Before you play two notes learn how to play one note - and don't play one note unless you've got a reason to play it."
    - Mark Hollis (1998)

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