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Audiophiles! Let's talk about gear and great audio production!

 
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So, I'll kick it off with my gear:

2 Jolida 202a amps, Music hall 5.1SE Turntable, Jolida JD9a preamp. I have them bi-amped to a pair of Allison CD-9's.

In my living room, I'm running Marantz MM7055 w/ matching amp (too lazy to get the model, sorry!). This is a 5.1 system, I have a pair of Allison Ones up front, Allison Twos in the rear and an Infinity Beta for the center channel (I may replace this with an Allison Four I have soon).

I have the latest Oppo player (BDP95, I think). That thing just rocks!

Yesterday I was thinking about great production, as I switched from Donald Fagen's latest to Incubus' S.C.I.E.N.C.E.

Anything Steely Dan related, Alan Parsons...just such good production. Parsons' 4.0 Quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon is just amazing. Search the internet, it's out there in glorious 24/96, completely unauthorized and extracted by some brave soul at the studio!

I listened recently to Journey's Escape remaster (maybe the quietest vinyl I own), and Styx's Pieces of Eight. Blown away by these old recordings, they are both great remasters!

Too bad surround music died quickly after a brief resurgence. I really love that stuff. Only a few titles a year come out, thank god for Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree, they're trying their best to keep the format alive!

So, what are you listening to and what are you listening to it on?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


What are you using for cables?

Aural Symphonics is the gold standard in my opinion

www.auralsymphonics.com
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So, I'll kick it off with my gear:

2 Jolida 202a amps, Music hall 5.1SE Turntable, Jolida JD9a preamp. I have them bi-amped to a pair of Allison CD-9's.

In my living room, I'm running Marantz MM7055 w/ matching amp (too lazy to get the model, sorry!). This is a 5.1 system, I have a pair of Allison Ones up front, Allison Twos in the rear and an Infinity Beta for the center channel (I may replace this with an Allison Four I have soon).

I have the latest Oppo player (BDP95, I think). That thing just rocks!

Yesterday I was thinking about great production, as I switched from Donald Fagen's latest to Incubus' S.C.I.E.N.C.E.

Anything Steely Dan related, Alan Parsons...just such good production. Parsons' 4.0 Quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon is just amazing. Search the internet, it's out there in glorious 24/96, completely unauthorized and extracted by some brave soul at the studio!

I listened recently to Journey's Escape remaster (maybe the quietest vinyl I own), and Styx's Pieces of Eight. Blown away by these old recordings, they are both great remasters!

Too bad surround music died quickly after a brief resurgence. I really love that stuff. Only a few titles a year come out, thank god for Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree, they're trying their best to keep the format alive!

So, what are you listening to and what are you listening to it on?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


What are you using for cables?

Aural Symphonics is the gold standard in my opinion

www.auralsymphonics.com
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


Aw, I'm using Outlaw cables. I don't buy into the whole interconnect thing; I've yet to hear a difference, what do you say; is there a difference?
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The onlt good thing i have are some Rega speakers and they arnt even set up. Kind of a mid range make in price and quality, a UK firm. The amps they do are personally signed inside by an engineer of a small company abd supposidly made out of a material used in rockets.
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Thinking of piece mailing my vinyl collection on ebay this fall. The stuff just sits, I never spin records anymore.
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I hear ya - I have over 1300 record albums I've been lugging around from place to place for the last 30 years, but can't bear to get rid of them - they're priceless in my mind. My collection ranges from pop, classic rock, jazz, fusion and progressive rock to classical and folk, with at least half non-mainstream artists. I'll bet I couldn't find half of them digitally today.I haven't spun a record on a turntable in probably 5 years.
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So, I'll kick it off with my gear:

2 Jolida 202a amps, Music hall 5.1SE Turntable, Jolida JD9a preamp. I have them bi-amped to a pair of Allison CD-9's.

In my living room, I'm running Marantz MM7055 w/ matching amp (too lazy to get the model, sorry!). This is a 5.1 system, I have a pair of Allison Ones up front, Allison Twos in the rear and an Infinity Beta for the center channel (I may replace this with an Allison Four I have soon).

I have the latest Oppo player (BDP95, I think). That thing just rocks!

Yesterday I was thinking about great production, as I switched from Donald Fagen's latest to Incubus' S.C.I.E.N.C.E.

Anything Steely Dan related, Alan Parsons...just such good production. Parsons' 4.0 Quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon is just amazing. Search the internet, it's out there in glorious 24/96, completely unauthorized and extracted by some brave soul at the studio!

I listened recently to Journey's Escape remaster (maybe the quietest vinyl I own), and Styx's Pieces of Eight. Blown away by these old recordings, they are both great remasters!

Too bad surround music died quickly after a brief resurgence. I really love that stuff. Only a few titles a year come out, thank god for Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree, they're trying their best to keep the format alive!

So, what are you listening to and what are you listening to it on?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


What are you using for cables?

Aural Symphonics is the gold standard in my opinion

www.auralsymphonics.com
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


Aw, I'm using Outlaw cables. I don't buy into the whole interconnect thing; I've yet to hear a difference, what do you say; is there a difference?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


With the high end cables the difference is huge! In my mind it is a integral component of the entire system. Night and day in some cases

Go to the website and read some of the reviews - these are guys that are demoing $20-50K soundsystems.

[link to www.auralsymphonics.com]
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Thinking of piece mailing my vinyl collection on ebay this fall. The stuff just sits, I never spin records anymore.
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I hear ya - I have over 1300 record albums I've been lugging around from place to place for the last 30 years, but can't bear to get rid of them - they're priceless in my mind. My collection ranges from pop, classic rock, jazz, fusion and progressive rock to classical and folk, with at least half non-mainstream artists. I'll bet I couldn't find half of them digitally today.I haven't spun a record on a turntable in probably 5 years.
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The old pressings are the best - European trumps American (but Japanese is the best). You have a fortune there!
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What a bunch of nerds
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What a bunch of nerds
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Yup. We love good music. Musictards.
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So, I'll kick it off with my gear:

2 Jolida 202a amps, Music hall 5.1SE Turntable, Jolida JD9a preamp. I have them bi-amped to a pair of Allison CD-9's.

In my living room, I'm running Marantz MM7055 w/ matching amp (too lazy to get the model, sorry!). This is a 5.1 system, I have a pair of Allison Ones up front, Allison Twos in the rear and an Infinity Beta for the center channel (I may replace this with an Allison Four I have soon).

I have the latest Oppo player (BDP95, I think). That thing just rocks!

Yesterday I was thinking about great production, as I switched from Donald Fagen's latest to Incubus' S.C.I.E.N.C.E.

Anything Steely Dan related, Alan Parsons...just such good production. Parsons' 4.0 Quad mix of Dark Side of the Moon is just amazing. Search the internet, it's out there in glorious 24/96, completely unauthorized and extracted by some brave soul at the studio!

I listened recently to Journey's Escape remaster (maybe the quietest vinyl I own), and Styx's Pieces of Eight. Blown away by these old recordings, they are both great remasters!

Too bad surround music died quickly after a brief resurgence. I really love that stuff. Only a few titles a year come out, thank god for Steven Wilson and Porcupine Tree, they're trying their best to keep the format alive!

So, what are you listening to and what are you listening to it on?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


What are you using for cables?

Aural Symphonics is the gold standard in my opinion

www.auralsymphonics.com
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


Aw, I'm using Outlaw cables. I don't buy into the whole interconnect thing; I've yet to hear a difference, what do you say; is there a difference?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


With the high end cables the difference is huge! In my mind it is a integral component of the entire system. Night and day in some cases

Go to the website and read some of the reviews - these are guys that are demoing $20-50K soundsystems.

[link to www.auralsymphonics.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


I'd love to hear a difference, but I never have. Components make a difference, but interconnects don't IMO. What are you listening to this week, friend?
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Thinking of piece mailing my vinyl collection on ebay this fall. The stuff just sits, I never spin records anymore.
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I hear ya - I have over 1300 record albums I've been lugging around from place to place for the last 30 years, but can't bear to get rid of them - they're priceless in my mind. My collection ranges from pop, classic rock, jazz, fusion and progressive rock to classical and folk, with at least half non-mainstream artists. I'll bet I couldn't find half of them digitally today.I haven't spun a record on a turntable in probably 5 years.
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The old pressings are the best - European trumps American (but Japanese is the best). You have a fortune there!
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


Yeah, I have quite a few Japanese, German and U.K. imports in my collection. Mostly early Genesis, Gabriel, Hackett stuff, along with classic progressive groups. Lots of bootlegs too!
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Thinking of piece mailing my vinyl collection on ebay this fall. The stuff just sits, I never spin records anymore.
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I hear ya - I have over 1300 record albums I've been lugging around from place to place for the last 30 years, but can't bear to get rid of them - they're priceless in my mind. My collection ranges from pop, classic rock, jazz, fusion and progressive rock to classical and folk, with at least half non-mainstream artists. I'll bet I couldn't find half of them digitally today.I haven't spun a record on a turntable in probably 5 years.
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The old pressings are the best - European trumps American (but Japanese is the best). You have a fortune there!
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


Yeah, I have quite a few Japanese, German and U.K. imports in my collection. Mostly early Genesis, Gabriel, Hackett stuff, along with classic progressive groups. Lots of bootlegs too!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


I paid big money for a Jap pressing of Steely Dan's Royal Scam. Completely worth it!
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What are you using for cables?

Aural Symphonics is the gold standard in my opinion

www.auralsymphonics.com
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


Aw, I'm using Outlaw cables. I don't buy into the whole interconnect thing; I've yet to hear a difference, what do you say; is there a difference?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


With the high end cables the difference is huge! In my mind it is a integral component of the entire system. Night and day in some cases

Go to the website and read some of the reviews - these are guys that are demoing $20-50K soundsystems.

[link to www.auralsymphonics.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2941214


I'd love to hear a difference, but I never have. Components make a difference, but interconnects don't IMO. What are you listening to this week, friend?
 Quoting: Fret Wiz


Mark Knopfler - The Ragpicker's Dream (masterful songwriting and playing)
John Scofield - Uberjam Deux (funky soulful bluesy jazz)
Frank Gambale, Stuart Hamm, Steve Smith - GHS3 (Balls to the wall fusion)
Sound of Contact (Phil Collins son Simon's group)
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Mark Knopfler - The Ragpicker's Dream (masterful songwriting and playing)
John Scofield - Uberjam Deux (funky soulful bluesy jazz)
Frank Gambale, Stuart Hamm, Steve Smith - GHS3 (Balls to the wall fusion)
Sound of Contact (Phil Collins son Simon's group)
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Wow, really? Uberjam was frickin awesome, didn't even know this existed, thanks!
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Mark Knopfler - The Ragpicker's Dream (masterful songwriting and playing)
John Scofield - Uberjam Deux (funky soulful bluesy jazz)
Frank Gambale, Stuart Hamm, Steve Smith - GHS3 (Balls to the wall fusion)
Sound of Contact (Phil Collins son Simon's group)
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Damn, so good! Thank you!
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Wow...not my usual fare, but music and audio stuff is a big part of our lives. We have to have music in all parts of our little house we restored. Through the years we've had vintage tube gear, as well as monster transistor stuff driving Martin Logan electrostatics. These days due to springy floors and space we've gone mostly digital. A 500 gig hard drive fed to squeezeboxes for easy access, and also the crazy good MOG service where I feel like I have the worlds largest music library at my fingertips. The living room system has been downsized to a chic but awesome sub sat 5.1 from orb audio, and our newly redone screened back porch has a well reviewed and surprisingly satisfying Vizio soundbars/subwoofer that is Bluetooth and can be directed to MOG via my iPad!!
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What a bunch of nerds
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Yup. We love good music. Musictards.
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banana2banana2banana2
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cool thread. Couple m-audio controllers, Ableton, Waves,and a ton of other plugs, mackie monitors, decent pc. I run two m-audio audiophile 192 cards. Gibson sg, ibanez artcore, 90s jackson japan model, shitty peavey bass, line 6 podhd500, and a ton of pedals. Feels good, now I just need to buy some talent. Holding my piss for bitwig.
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Wow...not my usual fare, but music and audio stuff is a big part of our lives. We have to have music in all parts of our little house we restored. Through the years we've had vintage tube gear, as well as monster transistor stuff driving Martin Logan electrostatics. These days due to springy floors and space we've gone mostly digital. A 500 gig hard drive fed to squeezeboxes for easy access, and also the crazy good MOG service where I feel like I have the worlds largest music library at my fingertips. The living room system has been downsized to a chic but awesome sub sat 5.1 from orb audio, and our newly redone screened back porch has a well reviewed and surprisingly satisfying Vizio soundbars/subwoofer that is Bluetooth and can be directed to MOG via my iPad!!
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Hey, lady! There's truth in analog, but music transcends everything. As long as you're feeling the vibe, it's all good!

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cool thread. Couple m-audio controllers, Ableton, Waves,and a ton of other plugs, mackie monitors, decent pc. I run two m-audio audiophile 192 cards. Gibson sg, ibanez artcore, 90s jackson japan model, shitty peavey bass, line 6 podhd500, and a ton of pedals. Feels good, now I just need to buy some talent. Holding my piss for bitwig.
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You fucking rock! What ya listening to?
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cool thread. Couple m-audio controllers, Ableton, Waves,and a ton of other plugs, mackie monitors, decent pc. I run two m-audio audiophile 192 cards. Gibson sg, ibanez artcore, 90s jackson japan model, shitty peavey bass, line 6 podhd500, and a ton of pedals. Feels good, now I just need to buy some talent. Holding my piss for bitwig.
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You fucking rock! What ya listening to?
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Me, at the moment Dire Straits!
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... And not one mention of a 6L6, 12AX7 or EL84.
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Van Alstine all the way. Magnepan 1.7 Tuba THT. My theater is another story. You are wasting your time with CD. Vinyl all the way. Best production [link to www.youtube.com]
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Love records too, and have over 1000 in storage. But, there's a lot to be said for the convenience of digital done right. A zillion FLAC rips on the hard drive, and the Mog service for jukebox convenience and new music exploration are pretty hard to beat. Love the video with the audio and currently amassing a decent concert video collection. Hard to imagine life without quality music on a good system!!
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cool thread. Couple m-audio controllers, Ableton, Waves,and a ton of other plugs, mackie monitors, decent pc. I run two m-audio audiophile 192 cards. Gibson sg, ibanez artcore, 90s jackson japan model, shitty peavey bass, line 6 podhd500, and a ton of pedals. Feels good, now I just need to buy some talent. Holding my piss for bitwig.
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You fucking rock! What ya listening to?
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Me, at the moment Dire Straits!
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Down to the Waterline. So damn good! Knopfler is a guitar God!
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... And not one mention of a 6L6, 12AX7 or EL84.
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I have those in my Jolida amps! Russian tubes are king!
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Van Alstine all the way. Magnepan 1.7 Tuba THT. My theater is another story. You are wasting your time with CD. Vinyl all the way. Best production [link to www.youtube.com]
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Love records too, and have over 1000 in storage. But, there's a lot to be said for the convenience of digital done right. A zillion FLAC rips on the hard drive, and the Mog service for jukebox convenience and new music exploration are pretty hard to beat. Love the video with the audio and currently amassing a decent concert video collection. Hard to imagine life without quality music on a good system!!
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Aw, rip those records at a high bitrate, then enjoy them over your digital system...so much better than cds/youtube!
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cool thread. Couple m-audio controllers, Ableton, Waves,and a ton of other plugs, mackie monitors, decent pc. I run two m-audio audiophile 192 cards. Gibson sg, ibanez artcore, 90s jackson japan model, shitty peavey bass, line 6 podhd500, and a ton of pedals. Feels good, now I just need to buy some talent. Holding my piss for bitwig.
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You fucking rock! What ya listening to?
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Me, at the moment Dire Straits!
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Down to the Waterline. So damn good! Knopfler is a guitar God!
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Love that gorgeous steel guitar he plays!
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Lord, that Scofield Uberjam Deux is good!
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Davidson Roth Day Sequerra FM broadcast monitor (tuner).
Bryston 1b preamp
Adcom GFA585 dual mono-blocks with the caps and high current upgrades (Amps)
Apogee Centaur Major electrostatic hybrids (Speakers)
and JUST replaced my old Ohm Contra Bombarde (sub) for a new Velodyne 18.

And just for "shiggles", leading all the above is a Sota Sapphire (Turntable) with an Ortofon Concord MC (Moving Coil) pickup Cartridge, with their stock pre- and a Sony ES 5 disc changer, and sadly missed and sitting off in the lonely corner a Nakamichi Dragon (<---for those who know what that is...)

That's the master bedroom set.

There are HUGE benefits of having the "Stereo Trading Outlet" just a few towns over! It allows not only the old gear I used to salivate over, but terribly inexpensive prices too!!!

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So, I guess GLP lives on Apple's earbuds? Are you all tone deaf? rockon
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LMFAO! Broke rank and actually bought a pair of Shure E4Cs...Couldn't justify the extra loot for the 5s!
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Davidson Roth Day Sequerra FM broadcast monitor.
Bryston 1b preamp
Adcom GFA585 dual mono-blocks with the caps and high current upgrades
Apogee Centaur Major electrostatic hybrids
and JUST replaced my old Ohm Contra Bombarde sub for a new Velodyne 18.

And just for "shiggles", leading all the above is a Sota Sapphire with an Ortofon Concord MC pickup, with their stock pre- and a Sony ES 5 disc changer, and sadly missed and sitting off in the lonely corner a Nak Dragon (<---for those who know what that is...)

That's the master bedroom set.

There are HUGE benefits of having the "Stereo Trading Outlet" just a few towns over! It allows not only the old gear I used to salivate over, but terribly inexpensive prices too!!!
 Quoting: St3v3


Damn, dude! Impressive! NAK Dragon - best tape player ever?? You know your shit & I'm awed by your gear...wow, that's your MBR setup? Geez!
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