AudioAficionado.org  

Go Back   AudioAficionado.org > Manufacturers Forums > Acoustic Sciences Corporation

Acoustic Sciences Corporation Refining the way we listen...

Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
  #21  
Old 02-11-2011, 08:28 PM
Michael TubeTrap's Avatar
Michael TubeTrap Michael TubeTrap is offline
Michael ASC-TubeTrap
 
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Eugene, OR
Posts: 22
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by chessman View Post
Dan ... I do not have the waterfall graphs to prove it, but by ear I am sure that the decay times have really evened out. The sudden "lock" into realistic sounding is what has me so jazzed about these tube traps. I think the first order harmonics of the bass notes were muddying up the mid-range, which is why 11's are working when theory says 24's. The subs are not on for music, which is another reason I am getting away with the 11's. Getting 24's would be wretched excess ... like that has ever stopped me.
Randy, you might be surprised at what your waterfall graphs shows you, or rather doesn't show you. TubeTraps were first invented based on sound science, but because the company took off so quickly, it took founder Art Noxon a while before he could do a lot of testing and experimentation. Being both an engineer and a physicist, his test results were puzzling. His invention clearly improved the playback in listening rooms, everyone agreed, A/B comparisons left no doubt. Yet, most tests showed very little change in the room's acoustics. For instance, the typical improvement in frequency response was usually a dB or two, not enough to account for the dramatic improvement listeners heard. It was almost as if this scientist's invention worked by magic! Wouldn't that have been ironic.

What we have since learned is this: most traditional acoustics are based on steady-state tones, in a room that is "fully pressurized". A musical note is made of an attack transient (and release), a sustain, then a decay. Testing is typically based on the sustain phase, or the decay of a note (such as RT60). No traditional room acoustics test deals with the attack transient/release, before the room is fully charged up with sound pressure.

The one standardized test that Art found that seemed to correlate with his invention's improvements was a test for articulation, from the speech pathology world. It is the basis for our Music Articulation or MATT test. This is a series of rapid tones, with silence between. It allows you to hear what your room does to the attack and release phase of musical-length notes.

If you listen on headphones, you hear a series of pulses with silence between, sweeping through bass and midrange frequencies. Headphones don't have acoustics issues. Listen to your sound system, and you'll hear where your room slurs together those same pulses. Your room may only slur part of the test range, and part may play well. For TubeTrap owners that report their music now sounds so much better, they can remove the Tubes from the room, run the test, and hear where slurring occurs. They can put the Tubes back in, run the test again, and hear how the slurring has been reduced or eliminated.

You can find the MATT test on the Stereophile Test CD2, or download it for free from our website here. We offer a service where we'll take your recorded test and analyze it, provide you a printout, etc, but the greatest value we have found is by having people just listen, for free.

Michael Adams
Reply With Quote
  #22  
Old 02-11-2011, 08:46 PM
hkval's Avatar
hkval hkval is offline
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: Naples, Florida
Posts: 1,703
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Michael TubeTrap View Post
Howard, we'll take care of you on your panels, don't worry. I'm curious, though, which way did the chrome buttons end up facing for the best sound?

For those who don't know, the front half of the Tube (where the chrome button is) is covered with a treble diffusing panel, while the back isn't. This makes the Tubes adjustable, either directing ambiance one or another, or simply absorbing everything. It can take some experimenting to hear where the best balance is, and that is what Howard worked on.

Michael Adams
Hi Michael,
I moved top only and then bottom only and then both and every variation I could come up with. One position - buttons aiming to listener's left and listner's right - dramatically increased the soundstage and detailed bass definition. Most important is the ability to adjust the traps almost infinitely to achieve your individual goals.
You are not getting them back and my wife loves the look.
Howard
__________________
Magicos S5 MKII, Audio Research Ref. 160M's, Pass XP-30 Pre, Esoteric K-01X SACD-DAC, Silenzio #1, PurePower 2000, Lumin D-02 DAC.

Den System: Klipsch Forte III, Luxman L509X integrated amp, Marantz SA8004 SACD, Silenzio #2 PurePower 1500, PS Audio Junior DAC

Theater System: Dynaudio Excites for L&R, Dyn Contour SCX, Paradigm in-ceiling(2), Velodyne Subs, Marantz AV8801 Processor, Parasound A31 Amp, Panasonic Plasma 56
Reply With Quote
  #23  
Old 02-11-2011, 08:54 PM
Masterlu's Avatar
Masterlu Masterlu is online now
AA Founder, Legend AV Owner



 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: South FL & Cape Cod MA
Posts: 74,114
Default

I think everyone knows I am a huge fan of ASC products.





Attached Images
File Type: jpg DSC_0822.JPG (424.3 KB, 243 views)
File Type: jpg DSC_1031.JPG (564.2 KB, 244 views)
File Type: jpg DSC_1715.JPG (597.0 KB, 246 views)
__________________
Ivan
FLORIDA
MX136, MC1.2KW(10) MC2KW(2), MCD1100, MS750(2) MVP881, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, HT-2 SUBS(2) HT3F(2) WS350(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) XCS350(2) JL GOTHAM v2 SUBS(2) SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" MOTORIZED SCREEN, CINEMA-TECH SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: ACCUPHASE A250 AMPS, C3850 PRE-AMP, DP950 CD/SACD TRANSPORT, DC950 DIGITAL PROCESSOR, DG-58 DIGITAL EQUALIZER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, PS1230 POWER SUPPLY, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, WW PLATINUM CABLES
CAPE COD

MX150, MC501(2) MC1.2KW(10) MC2301(2) MR88, MVP881, MCD1100, MDA1000, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, ESOTERIC K-01X 30th ANNIVERSARY (BLACK) SACD/CD PLAYER, G02-X CLOCK, HT3F(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) JL GOTHAM SUBS(2) JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(4) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) KALEIDESCAPE STRATO & TERRA SERVERS 80-TB, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" SCREEN, SONUS FABER STRADIVARI, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, FORTRESS SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Analog Rig: CLEARAUDIO INNOVATION WOOD, UNIVERSAL ARM w/ Da VINCI' CART, 2nd UNIVERSAL ARM w/ GOLDFINGER STATEMENT CART, HRS-MXR REFERENCE RACK-GLOSS BLACK w/ M3X SHELVES, AESTHETIX RHEA SIG PHONO-PRE, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: BURMESTER 911MK3 AMP(3), 088 PRE-AMP, 089 CD PLAYER, 100 PHONO PRE-AMP, 948 POWER CONDITIONER, ACCUPHASE DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, AVID ACUTUS REFERENCE SP TT, GRAHAM PHANTOM II SUPREME ARM, BENZ MICRO LP-S CART, GRANDIOSO P1/D1 STACK, G1 RUBIDIUM MASTER CLOCK, N05 NETWORK PLAYER, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, SONUS FABER AIDA SPEAKERS, JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(2) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) WW PLATINUM CABLES

Library System: GRANDIOSO M1 MONOBLOCK AMPS, C1 LINESTAGE PRE-AMP, K1X CD/SACD PLAYER, G1 MASTER RUBIDIUM CLOCK, E02 PHONO-PRE, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, AERIAL ACOUSTICS 20T V2, AERIAL SW12 SUBS(2), CANTON REF K1s, VPI HRX TT w/ SDS POWER SUPPLY, ORTOFON CADENZA BLACK CART, KLAUDIO RCM, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2, SHUNYATA OMEGA QRs, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Esoteric/Bryston System: ESOTERIC C02-X PRE-AMP, P-02X TRANSPORT, D02-X DAC, G02-X CLOCK, BRYSTON 28B3 CUBED MONOBLOCK AMPS, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2(2) AMR-DP777-SE DAC, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, QUADRASPIRE RACK, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Accuphase/Canton System: ACCUPHASE E800 INTEGRATED, DP570 CD/SACD PLAYER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, PS530 POWER SUPPLY, CANTON REF K3s, CANTON REF K5s, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS MXR REFERENCE MAHOGHANY RACK w/ M3X2 SHELVES, WW GOLD CABLES
Bryston Active System: BP26 PRE-AMP, MPS2 POWER SUPPLY, BAX-1 CROSSOVER, BDA-3 DAC, BDP-3 PLAYER, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15(2), MODEL T ACTIVE SPEAKERS, 21B3 CUBED AMPS, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TARGET RACK, WW SILVER CABLES
Vintage System
: LUXMAN CL-38u SE PRE-AMP, JBL L300 SPEAKERS, BRYSTON BDA-3 DAC, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15, 3B3 CUBED AMP, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, WW SILVER CABLES

Shunyata Power/Digital cables, HRS Damping Plates, Stillpoints throughout all systems
Reply With Quote
  #24  
Old 05-10-2011, 10:01 PM
stump stump is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Posts: 38
Default Im ready for room treatments...

Im ready for room treatments
Going by the ASC Tube narrow long room recommendation I would be looking at $17,000 plus postage to deck out my room. Short term that is a lot of money to spend but in the long term given the way house capital gains jumps would make it a good investment if it works as well as some of the reviews I've read.Given the high cost of Tubes ,have you seen comparisons with other products like Realtraps-Primacoustic or other Bass Trap companies where you spend the same amount of money and have compared the results...
Im in Australia and we have no dealers here.So shipping cost will add to the price.
My room is 10ft wide 30ft long and 9ft high.The window next to speakers will be blanked off and the Turntable in the back corner can be moved.
Eamonn Australia




Reply With Quote
  #25  
Old 05-10-2011, 11:08 PM
Masterlu's Avatar
Masterlu Masterlu is online now
AA Founder, Legend AV Owner



 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: South FL & Cape Cod MA
Posts: 74,114
Default

Welcome stump!

ASC products truly are the best, and I have tried many others.
__________________
Ivan
FLORIDA
MX136, MC1.2KW(10) MC2KW(2), MCD1100, MS750(2) MVP881, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, HT-2 SUBS(2) HT3F(2) WS350(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) XCS350(2) JL GOTHAM v2 SUBS(2) SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" MOTORIZED SCREEN, CINEMA-TECH SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: ACCUPHASE A250 AMPS, C3850 PRE-AMP, DP950 CD/SACD TRANSPORT, DC950 DIGITAL PROCESSOR, DG-58 DIGITAL EQUALIZER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, PS1230 POWER SUPPLY, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, WW PLATINUM CABLES
CAPE COD

MX150, MC501(2) MC1.2KW(10) MC2301(2) MR88, MVP881, MCD1100, MDA1000, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, ESOTERIC K-01X 30th ANNIVERSARY (BLACK) SACD/CD PLAYER, G02-X CLOCK, HT3F(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) JL GOTHAM SUBS(2) JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(4) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) KALEIDESCAPE STRATO & TERRA SERVERS 80-TB, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" SCREEN, SONUS FABER STRADIVARI, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, FORTRESS SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Analog Rig: CLEARAUDIO INNOVATION WOOD, UNIVERSAL ARM w/ Da VINCI' CART, 2nd UNIVERSAL ARM w/ GOLDFINGER STATEMENT CART, HRS-MXR REFERENCE RACK-GLOSS BLACK w/ M3X SHELVES, AESTHETIX RHEA SIG PHONO-PRE, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: BURMESTER 911MK3 AMP(3), 088 PRE-AMP, 089 CD PLAYER, 100 PHONO PRE-AMP, 948 POWER CONDITIONER, ACCUPHASE DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, AVID ACUTUS REFERENCE SP TT, GRAHAM PHANTOM II SUPREME ARM, BENZ MICRO LP-S CART, GRANDIOSO P1/D1 STACK, G1 RUBIDIUM MASTER CLOCK, N05 NETWORK PLAYER, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, SONUS FABER AIDA SPEAKERS, JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(2) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) WW PLATINUM CABLES

Library System: GRANDIOSO M1 MONOBLOCK AMPS, C1 LINESTAGE PRE-AMP, K1X CD/SACD PLAYER, G1 MASTER RUBIDIUM CLOCK, E02 PHONO-PRE, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, AERIAL ACOUSTICS 20T V2, AERIAL SW12 SUBS(2), CANTON REF K1s, VPI HRX TT w/ SDS POWER SUPPLY, ORTOFON CADENZA BLACK CART, KLAUDIO RCM, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2, SHUNYATA OMEGA QRs, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Esoteric/Bryston System: ESOTERIC C02-X PRE-AMP, P-02X TRANSPORT, D02-X DAC, G02-X CLOCK, BRYSTON 28B3 CUBED MONOBLOCK AMPS, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2(2) AMR-DP777-SE DAC, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, QUADRASPIRE RACK, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Accuphase/Canton System: ACCUPHASE E800 INTEGRATED, DP570 CD/SACD PLAYER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, PS530 POWER SUPPLY, CANTON REF K3s, CANTON REF K5s, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS MXR REFERENCE MAHOGHANY RACK w/ M3X2 SHELVES, WW GOLD CABLES
Bryston Active System: BP26 PRE-AMP, MPS2 POWER SUPPLY, BAX-1 CROSSOVER, BDA-3 DAC, BDP-3 PLAYER, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15(2), MODEL T ACTIVE SPEAKERS, 21B3 CUBED AMPS, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TARGET RACK, WW SILVER CABLES
Vintage System
: LUXMAN CL-38u SE PRE-AMP, JBL L300 SPEAKERS, BRYSTON BDA-3 DAC, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15, 3B3 CUBED AMP, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, WW SILVER CABLES

Shunyata Power/Digital cables, HRS Damping Plates, Stillpoints throughout all systems
Reply With Quote
  #26  
Old 05-11-2011, 07:34 PM
Michael TubeTrap's Avatar
Michael TubeTrap Michael TubeTrap is offline
Michael ASC-TubeTrap
 
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Eugene, OR
Posts: 22
Default

Stump,
When one looks up "long skinny room" in the encyclopedia, it should be your room we all see! I'll answer this in stages, since you have brought forth some excellent points and I want to do them all justice.

"Postage" to Australia is steep, as we manufacture Tubes full of air. Light fluffy things pay top freight, since they fill cargo space quickly. There are a couple shipping strategies, though. A single pallet of (4) 16x4 Tubes can cost almost as much to ship as a small container with 50-100 Tubes, so sometimes it pays to think big. Combining with someone, especially someone that wants to ship amplifiers (small heavy dense) can work, both end up enjoying lower costs. And oddly enough, we have found that folks on the west side of the Pacific seem to get cheaper shipping rates than we can on the east side, even though the destinations are the same. More in the next post.

Michael Adams
michael@acousticsciences.com
Reply With Quote
  #27  
Old 05-11-2011, 08:13 PM
Michael TubeTrap's Avatar
Michael TubeTrap Michael TubeTrap is offline
Michael ASC-TubeTrap
 
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Eugene, OR
Posts: 22
Default

I just had a quick chat with Art Noxon (the TubeTrap inventor) about your room, and here is what he suggested:

"As much as you may like those speakers, please switch them out for a pair of Magnepans or Martin-Logans, or some other good dipole."

The noise (signal masking early reflections) generated by lateral (side-to-side) and vertical buildup is 12-15dB louder than the direct sound off the front of your speaker. Let me say that again: the sideways and vertical dispersion from your speaker will mask the direct sound you want to hear by 12-15dB!!!! That is why there are so many Tubes clustered around the speaker on our diagram. We are trying to absorb 12-15dB in the attack phase (first 16th of a second) of each note.

Planar speakers don't stimulate vertical or lateral buildup the way all box speakers do.

This advice also means we are saying "don't spend $17k with us". Now, you're always welcome to get a large pile of acoustics from ASC, but we'd prefer to start with advice for good sound, whatever that might be. Sometimes it means we ask people to turn their rooms 90 degrees. Sometimes we ask to move a speaker or chair. And sometimes we suggest a different approach entirely.

There are lots of reasons why you chose your speakers, and we respect that. We have that design posted because others have thanked us for our advice and then asked "if I DON'T get Maggies, what are my options?".

And for those who don't know exactly what is being discussed, I'm attaching the room drawing that I believe Stump has referred to. We have a number of room layouts posted on our website here.

Tomorrow I'll go deeper into the other questions Stump raised. But I'll leave this game-changer on the table overnight.

Michael Adams
michael@acousticsciences.com
Reply With Quote
  #28  
Old 05-11-2011, 08:55 PM
stump stump is offline
Member
 
Join Date: Jul 2010
Posts: 38
Default

Thanks Mike
I do have a local importer who imports cars from Los Angeles.I have been using him to import heavy machine parts and will see him regards the Tubes.Given your experience in setting up different size rooms what would you suggest for me to do my room .My main aim is to get a better sound stage .From what I have read the more Tubes the better.With this info I was considering doing it in 2-3 stages.Although the ceilings are 9foot ,to fit under the widow curtain rail I was going to use tubes 7foot high.
In my mud map I put 7foot 24inch Tubes in the back corners -7 foot 13inch tubes at the first reflection point (light switch corner end of window) 7 foot 13inch tubes at second reflection point (next to front door)
As mentioned before I will blank off the big window with insulation and wood panels,corner turntable rack can be removed and also plan to build a 7foot tall 10 inch wide cabinet opposite side of the window light switch to balance the step out in the wall.
While writing this your last post just popped up.Your advice regards Planar speakers would be more suitable to my type of room makes a lot of sense and thanks for your honest input.Not being familiar which these speakers gives me a bit more reading to do.Cheers
Eamonn
Reply With Quote
  #29  
Old 05-12-2011, 09:22 PM
Michael TubeTrap's Avatar
Michael TubeTrap Michael TubeTrap is offline
Michael ASC-TubeTrap
 
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Eugene, OR
Posts: 22
Default

Ah, a friend that ships heavy things! He could become our newest BFF soon.

We spend a lot of time working through all the "what goes where" questions with drawings, photos, and a fair amount of dialogue. Every room and person's constraints are different, and we have to respect all those. Anyone can contact me directly or go to our website and fill out a contact form.

But, this is a forum, and I wanted to provide useful information for all. I took the drawing from our website and marked up brief descriptions of why each set of Tubes is where it is. If I did things right, it is attached to this post.

Michael Adams
michael@acousticsciences.com
Attached Files
File Type: pdf Playing Down a Long Narrow Room.pdf (55.9 KB, 39 views)
Reply With Quote
  #30  
Old 05-12-2011, 10:41 PM
Masterlu's Avatar
Masterlu Masterlu is online now
AA Founder, Legend AV Owner



 
Join Date: Apr 2009
Location: South FL & Cape Cod MA
Posts: 74,114
Default

Great advice Michael, thanks!
__________________
Ivan
FLORIDA
MX136, MC1.2KW(10) MC2KW(2), MCD1100, MS750(2) MVP881, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, HT-2 SUBS(2) HT3F(2) WS350(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) XCS350(2) JL GOTHAM v2 SUBS(2) SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" MOTORIZED SCREEN, CINEMA-TECH SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: ACCUPHASE A250 AMPS, C3850 PRE-AMP, DP950 CD/SACD TRANSPORT, DC950 DIGITAL PROCESSOR, DG-58 DIGITAL EQUALIZER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, PS1230 POWER SUPPLY, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, WW PLATINUM CABLES
CAPE COD

MX150, MC501(2) MC1.2KW(10) MC2301(2) MR88, MVP881, MCD1100, MDA1000, C1000C/P/T, MPC1500, ESOTERIC K-01X 30th ANNIVERSARY (BLACK) SACD/CD PLAYER, G02-X CLOCK, HT3F(2) XRT2K, XCS2K, XR27(2) JL GOTHAM SUBS(2) JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(4) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) KALEIDESCAPE STRATO & TERRA SERVERS 80-TB, LUMAGEN RADIANCE SCALER, SONY VPH-G90U 4K PROJECTOR, STEWART 120" SCREEN, SONUS FABER STRADIVARI, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, FORTRESS SEATING, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Analog Rig: CLEARAUDIO INNOVATION WOOD, UNIVERSAL ARM w/ Da VINCI' CART, 2nd UNIVERSAL ARM w/ GOLDFINGER STATEMENT CART, HRS-MXR REFERENCE RACK-GLOSS BLACK w/ M3X SHELVES, AESTHETIX RHEA SIG PHONO-PRE, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Reference System: BURMESTER 911MK3 AMP(3), 088 PRE-AMP, 089 CD PLAYER, 100 PHONO PRE-AMP, 948 POWER CONDITIONER, ACCUPHASE DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, AVID ACUTUS REFERENCE SP TT, GRAHAM PHANTOM II SUPREME ARM, BENZ MICRO LP-S CART, GRANDIOSO P1/D1 STACK, G1 RUBIDIUM MASTER CLOCK, N05 NETWORK PLAYER, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS-SXR CUSTOM RACK w/ M3X SHELVES, SONUS FABER AIDA SPEAKERS, JL FATHOM F113v2 SUBS(2) SOUND ANCHOR STANDS(2) WW PLATINUM CABLES

Library System: GRANDIOSO M1 MONOBLOCK AMPS, C1 LINESTAGE PRE-AMP, K1X CD/SACD PLAYER, G1 MASTER RUBIDIUM CLOCK, E02 PHONO-PRE, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, AERIAL ACOUSTICS 20T V2, AERIAL SW12 SUBS(2), CANTON REF K1s, VPI HRX TT w/ SDS POWER SUPPLY, ORTOFON CADENZA BLACK CART, KLAUDIO RCM, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2, SHUNYATA OMEGA QRs, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Esoteric/Bryston System: ESOTERIC C02-X PRE-AMP, P-02X TRANSPORT, D02-X DAC, G02-X CLOCK, BRYSTON 28B3 CUBED MONOBLOCK AMPS, SHUNYATA DENALI 6000/S v2(2) AMR-DP777-SE DAC, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TAD REFERENCE ONE MK2 LOUDSPEAKERS, QUADRASPIRE RACK, WW PLATINUM CABLES
Accuphase/Canton System: ACCUPHASE E800 INTEGRATED, DP570 CD/SACD PLAYER, T1200 FM STEREO TUNER, DG-68 VOICING EQUALIZER, PS530 POWER SUPPLY, CANTON REF K3s, CANTON REF K5s, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, HRS MXR REFERENCE MAHOGHANY RACK w/ M3X2 SHELVES, WW GOLD CABLES
Bryston Active System: BP26 PRE-AMP, MPS2 POWER SUPPLY, BAX-1 CROSSOVER, BDA-3 DAC, BDP-3 PLAYER, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15(2), MODEL T ACTIVE SPEAKERS, 21B3 CUBED AMPS, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, TARGET RACK, WW SILVER CABLES
Vintage System
: LUXMAN CL-38u SE PRE-AMP, JBL L300 SPEAKERS, BRYSTON BDA-3 DAC, BCD-3 CD PLAYER, BIT15, 3B3 CUBED AMP, SILENZIO MUSIC SERVER, WW SILVER CABLES

Shunyata Power/Digital cables, HRS Damping Plates, Stillpoints throughout all systems
Reply With Quote
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

Audioaficionado.org tested by Norton Internet Security

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 07:54 PM.



Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.10
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
Copyright 2009-2021 AudioAficionado.org.Privately owned, All Rights Reserved.
Audio Aficionado Sponsors
AudioAficionado Subscriber
AudioAficionado Subscriber
Inspire By Dennis Had
Inspire By Dennis Had
Harmonic Resolution Systems
Harmonic Resolution Systems
Wyred4Sound
Wyred4Sound
Dragonfire Acoustics
Dragonfire Acoustics
GIK Acoustics
GIK Acoustics
Esoteric
Esoteric
AC Infinity
AC Infinity
JL Audio
JL Audio
Add Powr
Add Powr
Legend Audio & Video
Legend Audio & Video
Audio by E
Audio by E
Canton
Canton
Bryston
Bryston
WireWorld Cables
WireWorld Cables
Stillpoints
Stillpoints
Bricasti Design
Bricasti Design
Furutech
Furutech
Shunyata Research
Shunyata Research
Accuphase
Accuphase