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System pics 2017

Discussion in 'audio' started by Tony L, Jan 1, 2017.

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  1. Thetiminator

    Thetiminator Painfully virile

    I love Triangle speakers! Had various models for 20 years ending up with the Quators. In a moment of madness I changed them for B&W 800D2’s because their bass was so much deeper. Worst move I ever made.....I ditched the B&W’s quick sharp for Revel Salon 2’s which are stunning, but I still miss what the Triangles do...I’d say it won’t be too long before there’s a pair of Concertos in the room.
  2. bossjw

    bossjw pfm Member

    Another thumbs up for Triangle speakers- Gaias sound wonderful on the end of a Trigon amp
  3. Dougie2404

    Dougie2404 pfm Member

    Yeh , me too I had Antal Es's, never had a problem with them but fancied a change.
  4. sls4321

    sls4321 pfm Member

    Lovely system. Quad Vena is a great little unit and Clearaudio are superb turntables. I had a great one, but I did have an issue with their Unity unipivot arm.

    You might find a second level of vibration insulation between the turntable and the table may assist, perhaps just a plinth with sorbothane feet, shouldn’t cost more than £100.
  5. DrBallMD

    DrBallMD Member

    Thanks for the tip, ill see if I can swing it in a room friendly way!
    The Quad vena is fantastic and works really well through spotify + bluetooth, for my partner/parties or just stuff im checking out, it really is not too bad at all!
    The Clearaudio is also brilliant as I am a music first kind of hifi nut, and am not down for the endless tweaks (yet), the noise floor is very low considering the floor and the "rack".

    The Antals also deal with the floor really well thanks to the plinths that also keep me from The Fear when nephews come round to check how stable everything is.

    Thankyou for the kind comments folks, not been a member of a forum for more than 10 years (I was 16 now 28).
  6. darrenyeats

    darrenyeats pfm Member

    Good to see some young blood.
  7. sls4321

    sls4321 pfm Member

    Oscars Audio does nice handmade plinths, natural wood finishes, but I’m sure he would paint one black if that’s what you want. He does them with sorbothane feet.

    There’s one on eBay for £25
  8. sunbeamgls

    sunbeamgls pfm Member

    Lovely looking system. Any way you can get the speakers out of the bay though? I can imagine they're a little boomy in there.
  9. DrBallMD

    DrBallMD Member


    Sadly not an option at all, I haven't even tried them for fear of it being better!

    Between the front ports and the curtains being at least mostly closed a lot of the time, I haven't found them boomy so far. But my old speakers were Eltax Symphonies (I think) so this is an entirely different ball game. I need some experts to help me spend more money and take over the living room more, hopefully there are some on hand
  10. halvis

    halvis pfm Member

  11. scottcarpenter

    scottcarpenter pfm Member

    That's a lovely system Halvis.

    The Thorens and JBLs are fabulous..
  12. Dinovector

    Dinovector pfm Member

    Not much changed since I last posted a picture other than the AV2 and NAP150 have gone and we got a Q Sound soundbar instead (fine for the telly)

  13. vln

    vln Hail the sulking behemoths!


    Why the soundbar though? Why didn't you just connect the TV to your system?
  14. Dinovector

    Dinovector pfm Member

    I really hate the sound from the TV, even with the main system hooked up it sounds awful.
  15. radine

    radine hermit

    A NOS Luxman EQ-88 valve mm phono stage and OPEQ-88 power supply arrived today to go with my Luxman SUT.

  16. misterdog

    misterdog Not the canine kind

    Play mine through MDAC and Quad 989 ESL's, with well recorded TV sounds great.
    Better than my 5.1 set up.
  17. Anh

    Anh Naim ghetto blaster


    Now running on my temporary cart (Denon DL-103)

  18. sunbeamgls

    sunbeamgls pfm Member

    Is that a Sondek with Aro feeding a Mu-So?
  19. abbydog

    abbydog pfm Member

    Sad end for the LP12 in many ways but guess it was inevitable...
  20. Jono_13

    Jono_13 Duffer

    Not really abbydog, see my Avatar...

    This is a delightful way to enjoy music.
    Dinovector likes this.
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