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Sk1Bum

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  1. Just sum it up with one word, "decrepit."
  2. Wow. Thanks Charlie! She really has a great voice. Haunting, awesome!
  3. Fourplay, Energy is a great album for Sonic Holography. Guitar front and center, bass off to stage left, piano at stage right, and drums center back. Very well done. Listening on the main 2 channel rig.
  4. Sophie Kay, Turbulent Blues was released on November 27, 2020. "Sophie Kay recorded this album over several years. From 2017 to 2020 she laid down on Protools with the precious help of her favorite sound engineer Denis Goltser, songs hidden in the back of a drawer written decades ago (Welcome Sweet Little Angel, a half English and French song lyrics)) years ago (The low down way you do, a feminist song) and more recently songs composed in reaction to the news reported by the media, a news that is always more mortifying. Are we so insignificant to deserve this, could appear as a con
  5. The Sokratis Votskos Quartet, Sketching the Unknown was released on November 14, 2019. "Much of Sokratis Votskos’s music has been defined by his desire to use it as a means of exploring his own past and his own heritage while intertwining it with contemporary styles and compositions seeking to carve his own new path as a result." You can read the rest of the review here...
  6. I got the notice that it's been shipped. It should arrive tomorrow.
  7. Whoever told Bob Dylan he could sing...
  8. This is one man's opinion, and not necessarily mine. I'm only familiar with two of the artists mentioned, and I do agree with his #1 pick, Axel Rose. I would have added Michael Jackson and Gary Glitter to the list. https://brettwatts.blogspot.com/2008/05/top-4-assholes-in-rock_19.html Mark, if you hadn't started this thread, I might have picked up the Mount Rushmore... topic again.
  9. Hello 347Tony, and welcome to thecarversite.com. We're glad you're hear. There is a lot of information here, much technical know how, and a pretty good bunch of folks that are happy to help. Nice list of gear. I have a C-1 in a bedroom system with an M1.0t, and I have M1.0t's in my home theater. I am very happy with them. Once you get to Novice status, you'll be able to upload some pics of your gear. Start a new thread in the Members Systems area. We all like pics of all kinds of audio gear. In the meantime, kick your shoes off, turn up the music, and welcome aboa
  10. Oh, and there's a chat box for real time discussion.
  11. Hi Bill, The most recent posts scroll in a feed across the main page. All you have to do is click (or tap) on one of them to read that topic. You can jump to the most recent post in that thread by clicking (or tapping) on the time/date link on the right hand side, just below the poster's name. Please read this, and make an introduction there. Create a new topic, such as Hello from (where ever you're from, no need to be specific). Tell us a bit about yourself, your introduction to Carver gear, and your current setup. https://thecarversite.com/topic/10134-from-t
  12. Does this work for ya Brian? I didn't find a black cat.
  13. Have you tried the NHTs with the EQ bypassed? Another thing on the NHTs, speaker placement is important. The manual for the 3.3s states 3" from the back wall, parallel with each other. I had mine within an inch of perfect, and once I got their placement nailed down, the image is incredible. Wider than the speakers, and depth that I've not experienced before.
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