Striking system! Especially the centre - really mean!
Lots of quality wood finish in deep colours also works for me every time.
System here http://www.whathifi.com/forum/your-system/my-dream-system-oh-maybe-one-day
Lovely system, by the way
"Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again." André Gide
Yes that centre gives amazing clarity and detail for films.
The References are certainly finished to a high standard, which suits my old house.
Sorry if I missed it, but what rears do you have?
Amp: Leema Pulse; Source: Naim CD5i-2, Denon 260MKII, Pro-ject XP I; Speakers: PMC TB2i
Formerly known as plastic penguin
PP, the rears are the previous generation Kef Ref 206 DS, which I picked up (new) on ebay for a fraction of their original cost. It takes a high ceiling to house them, which is probably why the current ones are much more room friendly.
Nice. When I saw the photo they looked similar to Spendor's dedicated wall speakers.
One day I missed the forum and so much has happened >)
Cno.. this is excellent and definetly surpassed my imagination of your set up based on your description in the past. Very well implemented and very cleanly kept. Though I am aware of some of the components earlier, the big surprises for me are the center and the sub.
Which rack is it? It looks quite good. Thank you for posting the pics!
Now I have a little more conviction to get a larger center speaker in future
And thanks a lot Ben!
Nice system Cno. I like what youve done with the grammas. Can you do the same for my subdudes?
And thanks a lot Ben!...
You and Ben are like Batman and Robin!
It's not always that clean, a bit of pre-photo dusting was in order.
The Rack is an Atacama AV one, though if I'd known about them, I'd have gone with a Hi-Fi Rack Podium, as I prefer wood.
Thanks for the kind words
Thank you Soupafly....maybe I should start selling "Subdude/Gramma Kits!"
I think he's photoshopped out the dust and clutter
HiFi / A/V / Bedroom
Holy mackerel, Batman. Mines due on tomorrow... (where's the brandy)
So you're that Penguin! (didn't know he was plastic)
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