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Re: Musicraft in Derby

cheers cd, i was a bit worried that the brilliant silver would be over the top as chords own pictures of the finish are a bit ropey.  i basically went with ricks recommendation, as he'd seen it in the flesh and said that chords pics didn't do it justice (not that mine do either), glad i listened to him 'cos i love it!  and it sounds amazing, never heard another source like it, suddenly i can listen to stuff like "kind of blue" without getting bored (i prefer rock), and as for piano, wow, the hard edge i'd always associated with listening to a piano on cd has totally gone, and in it's place is a wonderful body and reverberation as well as a real sense of the attack and decay of notes.

but then you knew that already Wink

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lets see if this works....

QBD76 white paper

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Hello all,

I am very tired today and sleepy and must go home to my little cousin.... i can barely keep awake i am sure i knockout on the train then i got to derby and i woke up. End of story....

Well not quite whilst that all maybe true (Emphasis on "maybe") as we all know Rick truly lives up
to his title 'dealer of the finest music and cinema systems' and believe me today was no exception Rick just had to go out and prove it again.

Friends witness the ultimate in home cinema.....


http://www.flickr.com/photos/47706577@N08

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Weird, did you shoot that through a pair of THX glasses or something?

I might be missing something here as well, but there doesn't appear to be anything plugged into it?

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It's wireless.


 

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really? from what?

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ultimate schmultimate, no HD audio according to Chord's website...

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the_lhc:really? from what?


From everything  Smile


 

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brolly727:

Hello all,


I am very tired today and sleepy and must go home to my little cousin.... i can barely keep awake i am sure i knockout on the train then i got to derby and i woke up. End of story....


Well not quite whilst that all maybe true (Emphasis on "maybe") as we all know Rick truly lives up to his title 'dealer of the finest music and cinema systems' and believe me today was no exception Rick just had to go out and prove it again.


Friends witness the ultimate in home cinema.....



http://www.flickr.com/photos/47706577@N08



now thats what i call humongous pre/power.Chord electronics state of the art Multichannel power amp and processor.


SPM3005/DSP8000 hmmmm!!!

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benharlley:Chord electronics state of the art Multichannel ... processor.

I refer the honourable gentleman to the answer I gave previously...

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the_lhc:
benharlley:Chord electronics state of the art Multichannel ... processor.


I refer the honourable gentleman to the answer I gave previously...



all you need is your blu ray player  to do the HD crunching!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Geez its why does it have to have something connected??

Just for your information Rick got the package about 10 mins before I turned up and I saw it and took pics of it..... Yeah maybe Frank can do 'Make' it wireless for you seeing as they are soo smart.... Don't be a hater friend. As for the shot the pic was taken on my fone and I had just hacked it so the settings weren't correct.

Incase others are interested I have some new pic....

More elegance and Chord Lightslights then some central midlands shops

  Chord Lights

 

and lastly...

 

 

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brolly727: Geez its why does it have to have something connected??

Just for your information Rick got the package about 10 mins before I turned up and I saw it and took pics of it..... Yeah maybe Frank can do 'Make' it wireless for you seeing as they are soo smart.... Don't be a hater friend.


Please do elaborate on this.....or translate to English.


 

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I'm sure your not that naive as for translating to english its pretty straight forward or do 'central midlands' people speak a different dialect?

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Sorry, Babelfish is a language translator, not one that corrects grammar.


In answer to your question, there are many different dialects in the Midlands.


And I'm sure you're not naive enough to have missed the fact that the wireless comment was a joke. Lighten up pal.


 

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