PS: Is wall-mounting (on extended, adjustable brackets) not an option?
This would remove the need to isolate the speakers from the desktop and give you flexible positioning options (raised to ear height and toed-in).
Who is the singer on the first link, can't remember who it is?
Rickie Lee Jones
Enjoy the music!
Of course, thanks.
I find Bjork to be very well produced, as indeed Radiohead. Not the most accessible of musicians though
Marantz CD63 KI - Onkyo TX-8050 - Ruark Talisman II/Ruark Icon/Mission 752F/Wharfedale 9.1/JPW Sonata/Tannoy DC4
Rotel RCD865 - RTC850L/RB850 (pre/power)
Yes Exodus is meant to be pretty good sound wise.
...even better if you've got the Barry Diament and Rob Fraboni mastered version! They did the whole roster of Marley albums. Sound great with all the Diament trademarks - clear open sound, good bass, the lot.
As to the OP's question, it's whatever good music and good sound means to you. No other justification needed.
Onkyo TX-NR818 / Tannoy Revolution DC4 (bi-amped)
AVI Laboratory Series CD Player
Yes I have the Barry Diament and Rob Fraboni mastered version, which are on Tuff Gong I believe.
Got my IsoAcoustics today (just about 1 hour ago) and de do have a more clear,open sound and the bass is better, next month i wanna but this dac http://epiphany-acoustics.co.uk/ http://epiphany-acoustics.co.uk/products-page/dacs/e-dac-24bit-miniature-usb-dac/ and i wanna try this van damm speaker cable everybody is talking about.
Heard amazing things about van damm speaker cable http://www.whathifi.com/forum/accessories/van-damme-cables
Presonus 22vsl soundcard, Tc electronic level pilot and Yamaha HS8 with 40 mm foam between the speakers and my desk
Looks pretty good that DAC.
VD cable as you will only need about 2m, has to be worth a punt for about £10.
Yes the sound and price seems to good to be try, so that's gonna be my first entrance to a real dac other then the cheap sound card dac's i only have used a very few times for a short periode
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