Post Your Home Stereo Rig Here

Discussion in 'Home Audio (Stereo Systems)' started by spence, Dec 11, 2016.


  1. Moby Dick

    Moby Dick Member

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    Pioneer cs77.
    They are not particularly highly regarded but I tend to listen with my eyes.

    That’s what I love about vintage hi-fi.

    Still looking for a nice pair of sansui lattice grille speakers.
     
  2. marktweedy

    marktweedy Equal opportunity baconist Gold Supporting Member

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    I have replaced my vintage system with all new gear. I now have a Rega Brio integrated amp, a Rega P2 turntable, and Bowers & Wilkins 685's. I am very pleased with my modest (by the standards set in this thread) set up.

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  3. joeh77

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    Just received an Audio Technica LP120 for Christmas. I ordered a set of Klipsch R-15PM speakers off Amazon for $249, which I thought was a steal! Should be here New's Years Eve.
     
  4. charley

    charley Supporting Member

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    Well, the, you’ll hate what I’m about to say....

    2-3 weeks ago I had about 5 minutes to kill. I walked past an estate sale. In the back yard, was the “free” pile. Amongst the pile, 2 floorstanding, all original Sansui speakers. Looked brand new after 40 years. If I had enough time to go and get my truck, I would have loaded them up. Still bummed about it.
     
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  5. totoro

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    Squeezebox touch into
    Mytek Brooklyn dac into
    A pair of rhythmik audio f12 se subs and a
    Nord One 500 watt class D Hypex amp into
    Audiokonesis Planetarium deltas which are two way floorstanders with 15” midwolfers
    And horn tweeters for constant directivity. They don’t go deep but are really efficient and dynamic.

    A little oddball compare to my old Thorens/McCormick/Audio Physik setup but I think a lot better.
     

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