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430cruz's Keeping it Simple System
IP Address: 98.225.200.110 Last Update: May 13, 2015 at 14:09:56
Amplifier: SoundQuest SQ-84v2...6V6GT 15 wpc. integrated which is also a great headphone amp.
Preamplifier (or None if Integrated): none
Speakers: Vandersteen 1Ci

Sennheiser HD-598
Sources:
CD Player/DAC: Rega Apollo

PS Audio DigiLink II, just for really harsh recordings.
Turntable/Phono Stage: Technics SL-1210 M5G
Cambridge Audio 640P
Shure M97xe
Other Accessories/Room/Misc.:
Speaker Cables/Interconnects: Audio Art IC-3SE IC's
Audio Art SC-5SE SC's
Nordost Vishnu PC's

Other (Power Conditioner, Racks etc.): API PowerWedge 116 for front end only.
Two 20 amp dedicated duplex outlets.
Room Size (LxWxH): 19 x 13 x 8
Music Preferences and Comments:
Music Used (Genre/Selections): Jazz (old and new), Big Band, Swing, Classical, Rock and some New Age.
System Goals/Comments: Cost effective good sound now that I'm off the high end ($$$) merry-go-round.
System Strengths: great timbre of instruments,, top to bottom coherency. easy to listen for hours.
System Weaknesses: not much wrong here just not enough time to enjoy it.
Video/HT System: Separate
TV/Projector: Panasonic 55" plasma
Processor/Receiver/Amplifiers: Jungson JA88D integrated amp
Speakers (Center, Surrounds, Sub): Usher S520 L&R only, I'm a two channel guy.
Sources (DVD/VCR): Panasonic DMP-BD60 bluray
Comcast X1 DVR
Pure i20 digital dock with dac
Comments on HT System: Sound is fantastic for TV viewing, streaming music sounds great as well.

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