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System pics 2014 part II

Discussion in 'audio' started by Gromit, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. dixie chicken

    dixie chicken pfm Member

    yes,i agree,and sounds good to..
     
  2. mark.king

    mark.king pfm Member

    What od you think of the Blue Point? I have the same cartridge,

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    Thought i would try another HO mc again.
    Last one i had was a 10x5 over 30 years ago[/QUOTE]
     
  3. pil

    pil pfm Member

    Very good.
    Slightly brighter than the koetsu but not harsh, I can easily see me using it a lot.
     
  4. mark.king

    mark.king pfm Member

    Agreed. It almost has, Dare I say, A CD sound to it. Saying that it doesn't have the harshness of CD so I can play much louder. It Tracks really well in my ClearAudio Unify arm. I don't play much vinyl anymore but I go to car boot sales and buy the odd record, clean it up and then sit back and enjoy :)
     
  5. Mike Reed

    Mike Reed pfm Member

    Am a bit bemused here. Are you comparing a h.o. Kiseki with a Koetsu?

    Kiseki has been recommended by Mark of this parish, but I thought they were all l.o. cart's and I think they share some history with Koetsu. All Koetsus are low output, although the Black, Red T and Red K Sig. have much higher outputs at 0.6 mV (but still l.o.).
     
  6. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Blue Point No.2 (which is what Mark has above) is a Sumiko. :)
     
  7. Mike Reed

    Mike Reed pfm Member

    Ta ! Must change those pills (or summat else?). So a h.o. Sumiko sounds a bit like a Koetsu? Well well !:)
     
  8. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Spinning some choons...and playing with a new lens. :)

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  9. mrlamonta

    mrlamonta pfm Member

    That Sonneteer amp looks great, Gromit.

    Is it me or do you have quite a lot of amps in your collection?
     
  10. nap90

    nap90 pfm Member

    Here is my little setup (sorry for the poor quality pics, was late at night!)
    Cambridge Audio DacMagic, Naim 72, hicap, 180 powering Kudos Super 20s

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    Room not yet finished, thus no curtains or blinds and looking a bit sparse!
     
  11. Clay B

    Clay B pfm Member

    Nap

    Very nice matching of components. First rate and looks elegant as well.
     
  12. nap90

    nap90 pfm Member

    Thanks!
     
  13. auric

    auric pfm Member

    nap90,
    What is that rainbow coloured something that appears to be resting atop of you swish colour coordinated work top / surface? I was thinking it might be a section of some exotic fan less cpu cooler coloured and transformed into a work of art or not:)
     
  14. Daniel Quinn

    Daniel Quinn Banned

    nice listening room . I dream of such an uncluttered space .
     
  15. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Thanks - it's a superb little amp. :)

    I've had quite a lot of amps, but only this one in the collection at present. Another photo of it...

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  16. Alco

    Alco pfm Member

    Wow, that's the most beautiful picture of any Sonneteer product I've seen so far, Gromit! :)
    (Haider should hire you to take future promo-pics of their products)

    I love the clean lines, the symmetry, the sober brushed aluminum fascia, the massive knobs, the build-to-last-a-lifetime feel.
    (apart from the wonderful sound it produces)

    The only product currently still missing is a DAC imho.
    They once had one (Sonneteer Dryden) which was more or less the DAC of the Byron CD-player, but it was/is as rare as hen's teeth.
     
  17. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Thanks Alco - was just having a brief play around with a new lens this afternoon. :)

    I'd agree re the Campion's quality feel - it's so simple, uncluttered and feels like it'll last a lifetime. Since you mentioned the Dryden a while back I've done some searching the www but can find very, very little info about it.
     
  18. Cjm75

    Cjm75 pfm Member

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    My system, please excuse the poor quality photos, done with iphone and tapatalk. And I really need to do something about the cables.... Far too many cables :(

    Would love to get a dedicated listening room and declutter a bit, but this is as good as it gets. Sounds extremely good though and more room than it looks like in the pics.
     
  19. Silver Surfer

    Silver Surfer pfm Member

    REGA Elicit R and JBL L100... great combination!

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  20. Clay B

    Clay B pfm Member

    Not an intuitive choice to say the least but when you think about it makes real sense. Combine the warmth and timbre of the Elicit with the punch and dynamics of the JBL.
     

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