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RE: My Hifi and Home Cinema Set Up

Enjoying the blog El Hefe :).

Sony 808 ES Amplifer, PSB imagine B bookshelf speakers, Pro-ject debut carbon turntable, Audiolab 8200 CD player, Pioneer N-50 streamer, Revox B77 1/2 reel to reel player, Sennheiser Momentun headphones and some Atlas cables.

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Enjoying the blog El Hefe :).

 

Thanks man... sharing is caring Smile

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I have finalised my 2014 home theater upgrade:

 

1. TV: Samsung UA55 7 Series ---> UA65HU9000 UHD Curve

2. Front speakers: Mission M34i ------> PMC Twenty 23

3. Center speaker: Infinity Primus ------> PMC Twenty Center

4. Subwoofer: Wharfedale SW15 --------> SVS SB12-NSD

5. Rear speakars: Wharfedale Dipole...... maintaning these.... with the plan to replace it with PMC Twenty 21

 

Feeling very satisfied.....

 

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El Hefe wrote:

I have finalised my 2014 home theater upgrade:

 

1. TV: Samsung UA55 7 Series ---> UA65HU9000 UHD Curve

2. Front speakers: Mission M34i ------> PMC Twenty 23

3. Center speaker: Infinity Primus ------> PMC Twenty Center

4. Subwoofer: Wharfedale SW15 --------> SVS SB12-NSD

5. Rear speakars: Wharfedale Dipole...... maintaning these.... with the plan to replace it with PMC Twenty 21

 

Feeling very satisfied.....

 

Very nice  :).

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RE: My Hifi and Home Cinema Set Up

More beautiful pictures of the scenes on the TV...

 

 

 

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More beautiful pictures of the scenes on the TV...

 

 

 

 

 

TV pictures look excellent! Is the TV calibrated?  What camera did you use to take the pictures?

Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV,  Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

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A few more pictures...

http://notanotherhifiblog.blogspot.com/2014/05/sexy-and-curvacious-samsung-ua65hu9000.html

 

 

They look amazing!  I like the Pirates of the Caribbean one.   :clap:

Home cinema system: LG 55EA980W OLED TV,  Pioneer Bdp-lx71, Pioneer Vsx-lx70, B&W FPM Series, B&W PV1.

Gadgets: iPad 2 and iPhone 4s. Dab radio: Roberts Dreamtime. 

 

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Gel,

 

Believe it or not... I was only using my Galaxy Note 3 to take the pictures.. and the curve made it look like its bigger than 65 inches..

Have not done the calibration...will have to get around that soon.

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Gel,

 

Believe it or not... I was only using my Galaxy Note 3 to take the pictures.. and the curve made it look like its bigger than 65 inches..

Have not done the calibration...will have to get around that soon.

 

:cheers:

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Hi all,

Hi all,

I have put up a review on the PMC 23s since Sunday in the hifi section, but till today, the posting have not appeared on the forum eventhough it said that the post was successful.

So, I am putting a link here with the hope to share the review.

PMC twenty 23 Review

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Link doesn't work for me....

Link doesn't work for me....

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grdunn123 wrote:

Link doesn't work for me....

 

Should work now.... sorry about that...

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PMC twenty 26 Review

Hi all,

I kind of given up posting a new thread especially in the Hi Fi section as non of my new posting appears on the page. Notifying the admin also did not work as no reply from them nor I have been put on the trusted list.

I guess I just update this thread for any future reviews.

http://notanotherhifiblog.blogspot.com/2014/11/pmc-twenty-26-punchy-musical-consistent.html

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Incorporated the Oppo HA-1

Incorporated the Oppo HA-1 into my home cinema system to act as the 'main' DAC for this system. A big step up from feeding the Sony CDP XB930E digitally to the Yamaha AVR.

 

 

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El Hefe wrote:

El Hefe wrote:

I have finalised my 2014 home theater upgrade:

 

1. TV: Samsung UA55 7 Series ---> UA65HU9000 UHD Curve

2. Front speakers: Mission M34i ------> PMC Twenty 23

3. Center speaker: Infinity Primus ------> PMC Twenty Center

4. Subwoofer: Wharfedale SW15 --------> SVS SB12-NSD

5. Rear speakars: Wharfedale Dipole...... maintaning these.... with the plan to replace it with PMC Twenty 21

 

Feeling very satisfied.....

 

 

I cant help but think you would benefit hugely from removing the huge wooden pieces of furniture that sit next to your speakers - either side of them

You are in a quandry with them there - where they are the speaker sound will reflect off the furntiure, Having furniture that size is equivalent of havng them right next to a wall or in a corner.  This will mess with your bass as well

If you pull them infront of the furniture then that will be better but its still like having the speaker right in a corner.

Remove the cabinets altogether and I would bet your system will sound much more open with better imaging and stereo image and be much better overall.  Just my advice to help you get much more from your investment

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