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Old 07-01-16, 09:07 AM
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My Christmas present to myself. Still running them in but so far I am pleased with the result.
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Old 07-01-16, 09:40 AM
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your left speaker has apparently sprouted, no doubt for that natural, organic sound
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Old 07-01-16, 09:47 AM
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Can I please request that folk list the kit pictured? I'm quite the geek when it comes to this stuff but there is a lot on this thread already that I can't identify. It makes it more interesting to get to the detail too, e.g. discovering what carts or streaming solutions folk are using even if they are out of view.
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Old 07-01-16, 09:58 AM
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Good one davidavdavid!

Sorry Tony! These are home made speakers made by my fair hand. They use Scanspeak drive units. They are made from a lamination of 3mm Birch faced Plywood and 3mm MDF to a wall thickness of 27mm and then veneered using Maple veneer. The drive units are housed in a MDF front baffle that has been coated/covered in leather used for Land Rover seats. You do not want me to go on any further do you.......

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Old 07-01-16, 02:40 PM
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Can I please request that folk list the kit pictured? I'm quite the geek when it comes to this stuff but there is a lot on this thread already that I can't identify. It makes it more interesting to get to the detail too, e.g. discovering what carts or streaming solutions folk are using even if they are out of view.
Fixed mine for you Tony
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Old 07-01-16, 03:01 PM
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Sculpture is by a local guy called Alex simbi .. he makes em out of old washing machines, fridges etc etc
He has a whole band he has made...
The "tin man" cost me 100 quid!!!

So that's where Naim/Focal got the idea
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Old 07-01-16, 11:40 PM
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OK whats the gizmo
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Old 08-01-16, 01:18 AM
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Beautiful setup! I'm curious to know what type of plinth the lp12 sits in?

Thanks, john
Hi John. It's just a standard Linn LP12 walnut plinth. Purchased from Gaius of this parish.

It's what's underneath it that's really special (courtesy of the same man's company )
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Old 08-01-16, 06:27 AM
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http://s21.postimg.org/ykr81u2br/set.jpg
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My set, currently being a Well Tempered Classic turntable , Sonneteer Sedley phonostage, Restek Concrete II CD player used as transport only, Sonneteer Dryden DAC, Sonneteer Alabaster amplifier and ARS Acoustica Celera loudspeakers. All cabling between components is NVA, speaker cable is Gronenberg. The teak tables (although visually already quite an improvement over the black metal rack the components were stacked in earlier) are soon to be replaced with some DIY wood tables.
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Old 08-01-16, 01:43 PM
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Wow, very nice system you've got there, Magentawhale!

(too bad the pic's are so small. You don't have a picture of the system taken from the listening position ?)

You don't happend to live in the north of Holland, do ya ?
Why I'm asking ? Well, the Sonneteer dealer where I became acquainted with this wonderful brand also has his store in the north of Holland and he stocked most of the other (rare) brands in your system. (being ARS, Well-Tempered TT's, the open-frame speaker stands, and NVA)

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Old 09-01-16, 12:07 PM
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As every year, great rooms on show.

Here's my humble system.
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Old 09-01-16, 12:32 PM
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Is this a Naim Supernait 2?
BTW, nice system with the turntable!
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Old 09-01-16, 12:35 PM
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Is this a Naim Supernait 2?
BTW, nice system with the turntable!
Thanks and yes it is. Downsized over the past couple of years and very pleased with where I'm at.
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Old 10-01-16, 01:39 AM
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Finally worked out the pic thing
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