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System pics 2012 #2

Discussion in 'reference' started by Tw99, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. peter bj

    peter bj pfm Member

    Are you using talk cable 3 , just got some of this last week , amazingly good for the money and better than most of my more expensive cables !
  2. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    I am, well-spotted Peter - and you're right it's great cable. Works very well indeed with old Exposure gear as I found out. No surprise I guess as Kevin Edwards used to work for Exposure in the JF days. Domestically friendly too as it sits flat and straight. And at £4/m there's nothing to dislike. :)
  3. djdstone

    djdstone pfm Member

    Would you ever consider parting with them?
  4. ecknertz

    ecknertz pfm Member

    Very nice sound system!
  5. RoDa

    RoDa Member

    My modest gear

    Rega RP3 w/Elys2
    Graham Slee Amp2 Communicator
    Squeezebox Touch
    Rega DAC
    Audionet SAM V2
    Vienna Acoustics Mozart Grand Symphony Edition





  6. Suffolk Tony

    Suffolk Tony pfm Member

    My Naim active system -DBLs, 500s, LP12, 555cd player and DIY Buffalo II DAC-

  7. tomytoons

    tomytoons New Member

    Gee RoDa that system looks very familiar.
    Nice !

  8. tomytoons

    tomytoons New Member



    A couple of shots.

    Pathos Classic One MKII, Rega P5 totally blown out , Marantz SA15S2 Ltd., Monolithic Sound Phono Pre, Usher CP6371,
    Brick Wall Line filter, all WyWires.
  9. Mike Reed

    Mike Reed pfm Member

    What's with the monochrome? A room and kit like that desrves techniclour; cinemascope, even. ;)

    What part of Suffolk do you inhabit, Tony, and what happened to the pre. (552?)?
  10. louballoo

    louballoo Banned

    Tony, you win.

    I am flying over to Suffolk so I can hang out in your man cave, listen to your system and drink your whiskey. Is there a direct flight from Calgary to Suffolk?

    Your Pal from the frozen Alberta foothills

  11. dudywoxer

    dudywoxer pfm Member

    is lakenheath still open?
  12. Suffolk Tony

    Suffolk Tony pfm Member

    I'm just outside Stowmarket Mike. 552's fine and benefitting from its recent DR upgrade.

    Louballoo, you'd be very welcome! I'm deeply religous though and regard whisky as the drink of demons and corruptors.

    (OK, made the last bit up...)
  13. Mike Reed

    Mike Reed pfm Member

    Ah, but he said 'whiskey' (And being from North America, he would). Different kettle of fish. Nice to know you're religious about scotch, though; my faith is in wine. :)

    You don't hang about, Tony; 552 DRed already (at great cost and inconvenience); not sure I'll get mine done. We're relative neighbours, my being in Norwich.

    My friend has the full Naim amplification monty and is considering the DR treatment, too.
  14. muzzer

    muzzer Numb Nut

    :eek: Are you hooked up to your own mini substation?
  15. deltaunit

    deltaunit volume reveals detail

    Looks good Gromit, do you know what stands those are? They look like a good fit for the narrow Tablettes.
  16. Mike Reed

    Mike Reed pfm Member

    For that kit, multiple radial circuits with all the trimmings are de rigeur, i.m.o.
  17. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Hi - these are in fact the Target stands designed for the Tablette which is why they fit perfectly. They came in either a 4-pillar version (the R4 I think they were called, which many folk will be familiar with) or this one. When I bough the Tabs first time round I auditioned them on both versions of the stand, and preferred the 2-pillar (they were a fair bit cheaper too!). They're about 2/3 full of a mixture of builder's sand and Atabites and are damn heavy.

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