Main Floor - Sonos Connect - Genelec 8050A
Basement - Sony PS3 - Sony STR-DN1040 - LG 60PN6500 - Polk Audio RC-65i in-walls - CSI A6 centre
Not in the least bit frustrating... Try again.
Noticed the "Your System" post for the first time yesterday and I hope you don't mind, but I've been snooping thru your houses.
Thought I'd post where I'm up to... Here goes, from the main floor.
From the basement
Not high end by any means, but pretty much the whole house is fed from the 3 outputs on 1 Sonos Connect.
In time I'll have a specific listening room, but the main priority (this year) was to carry out the basement conversion.
Not having too much luck here.
Previewed about 5 times on the PC and it kept wiping it clean.
Sent a copy to the tablet and the links were all highlighted in blue.
Pasted onto the post and now the highlights have gone... Any ideas how to put this right
[FIXED BY MODS UP THERE ^^]
Musical fidelity M6i Roksan caspian M2 cdp Atc scm 40s Tellurium Q black speaker cable chord chamelian xlr graham slee novo sennheiser hd598
Probably been over a year in researching, then I just needed 30 minutes to decide that these were the one's
For goodness sake - use REPLY NOT QUOTE. So very annoying.
Nice pix thanks.
Mordaunt Short Mezzo System C - 8,5,1,9.Yamaha V2065. SonyS570. Panasonic TX-P42G20B., Sky HD 1TB. Garrard 86SB. PF30. Wii. WDTV Live. Harmony One. STAX300. QED cabling. Galaxy Tab 10.1
System Photos - http://s1051.photobucket.com/user/robinkidderminster/library/?sort=3&page=1
Base trap Project - http://www.whathifi.com/forum/home-cinema/corner-base-trap-completed-project?page=1
Love the look of the Genelecs. Those curved cabinets look nice. Bet they sound great too.
Observe the signature in its natural habitat.
Very nice nice system and listenig space as well!
I've put a little more detail in the "active setup" post.
Very revealing, but not as harsh as some would say, very listenable
I LOVE your ideas for outside and I intend to do something similiar now that I have seen it.
The rest of it don't look too shabby either.
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