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Perovan's Vintage Horn-System + Recording Room System
IP Address: Last Update: March 21, 2014 at 08:16:29
Amplifier: Klangfilm KL 32650 poweramps RE604 Single Ended
Klangfilm Zetton poweramps, Re604 PP
Klangfilm KL 502 poweramps, EL34 PP
Klangfilm KL 408a poweramps, EL34 PP
Preamplifier (or None if Integrated): EMT 139b mono
Neumann SMB-II phonoequalizer with BV33 step-up transformers
Neumann WV1 x 2 mono phonoequalizer with
Neumann BV27 step-up transformers
Maihak recording console with V41 tubepreamps
Speakers: Klangfilm Eurodyn
Neumann LK460 16" woofers (Neumann East-Germany) in open baffle, Zeiss-Ikon horn + driver on top.
Stenheim Alumine as nearfield monitor (for recording)
Geithain RI-900 monitor (for recording)
driven active
CD Player/DAC: EMT CD 981
Nagra CDC
Turntable/Phono Stage: EMT 927st with 12" Ortofon tonearm, Ortofon SPU classic, Ortofon SPU Gold, Brakemeier Living-Stereo (modified SPU Meister)
Other Source(s): Rohde & Schwarz Ballempfänger mono tubetuner
Rohde & Schwarz Meßdekoder (MPX)
Telefunken 15A
Nagra V
Studer A800
Neumann U47 for homerecording
(I am a musician and record myself)
Other Accessories/Room/Misc.:
Speaker Cables/Interconnects: Neumann interconnect
Klangfilm speakercable
Other (Power Conditioner, Racks etc.): RFT powerconditionier
Tweaks: Jecklin Float + Stax Lambda prof. headphones
for recording
Room Comments/Treatments: My recording studio is prof. dampened
Living room 1 with Klangfilm system only carpets, no extra treatments. Living room 2 with Zeiss Ikon speakers and KL amps similar
Music Preferences and Comments:
Music Used (Genre/Selections): classical, jazz, sometimes good popmusic,
System Goals/Comments: no more goals, that's it, but who knows
System Strengths: purest reproduction of vinyl records and open reel tape.
but also great on digital
System Weaknesses: none
Video/HT System: None
Other Interests/Hobbies/Occupation: music, music and more music

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