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Digital Source

Oppo105D

Analog Source

Carver TX-2

Other Sources

Turntable: Marantz 6170

Signal Processors

Ashley XR4001, dbx 2215

Pre Amp

Carver C1

Power Amp

Carver M-1.0T     (R&L Tweeter D-28) damping >9

Carver M-1 .0T    (R&L Mid D-52) damping >9

Hafler P3000       (R&L Dual 10” 8561C & 8562 Low Mid) damping 400 to 1khz

Crown K2 (2)       (R&L Subs REVO-12) damping 3000

Speakers

2 Custom Towers: DynAudio – Scan Speak, Enclosure Analysis chamber volumes & port sizes designed for 6 db Quasi 3rd Butwrt (Accurate West Coast/Studio sound vs HiFi East Coast or mushy Euro sound profile). 14 coats piano black lacquer, CA Claro Walnut bases

Subwoofer

Audio Pulse – (2) REVO 12DVC  4th order Butterworth Enclosures

Speaker Cables

12g

Interconnects

Hosa XLR (in rack), Monster :105D to C1, Wire & Spade to Speaker Terminal Block

Power Cables

AC

Headphones/Amp

N/A

System Rack

Middle Atlantic 22U, Pro Cool fans

Power Conditioning

Surgex SX1115-RT& Furman PL-8 Series II

Tuning and Tweaks

Ivie IE-33 RTA, SONY Setup DVD for Pink Noise

Step 1: Set 4 crossover frequencies based on each drivers best/flat range, Set 4 crossover damping factors, Set equal dB level (contribution) for each speaker @ 1m (Individually, mute all other speakers), EQ each tower @1m then EQ system at seated ear level. Step 2: Based on step 1 resulting EQ settings; adjust db level of 4 crossover frequency segments to minimize EQ + or -. Adjust damping to attempt to influence system design and room acoustics.

Reference: http://www.crownaudio.com/media/pdf/amps/damping_factor.pdf

Other Components

HiFi System: Pioneer SX950, JBL S312’s, Rane ME-15 EQ, BIC Turntable, Sony DVP-7700 CD/DVD

Surround Sound System: Oppo 103D, Marantz SR7002, Panamax, Boston Acoustics F (RL) R (RL) B (RL) , Definitive Technology ©

Other: Rotel, NAD, Magnapan, Velodyne FSX-12, Onkyo TX-SR706, Nikko NR-1015, Technics SA-500, ohm2, Image Acoustics RT_3, Strathearn MHRF

 
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Welcome, looks like you've been tweaking your music passion for some time. What got you hooked?
 
I started playing guitar in High School (60's), swapped parts in Philco B&W TV's to keep one going, built my own speakers for college (70's), always had a stereo, haven't won the lottery, don't want to listen to the Mother-In-Law  Anxious

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I'm working on the red mercury temporally tuned and Higgs modified voice coils for time, space, and gravity adjustment which will require less single malt consumption for the same effect ! emdgust.gif

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I'm working on the red mercury temporally tuned and Higgs modified voice coils for time, space, and gravity adjustment which will require less single malt consumption for the same effect ! emdgust.gif
 
 
Sounds like quite a hassle when simple methods are usually the best choice: Greater single malt consumption! 

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You owe me a keyboard. I just ruined mine with drool. =)
 
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