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vintageperson's A Phoenix rises from the grave. System
IP Address: Last Update: August 17, 2007 at 17:44:37
Amplifier: McIntosh MAC 1900 receiver (McIntosh MAC 4100 receiver for backup NOS in box).

Preamplifier (or None if Integrated): None
Speakers: Epicure Model 10
CD Player/DAC: JVC XL-Z 444 CD Player (Mod Squad modified)
Turntable/Phono Stage: Technics SL-1600 turntable (much modified) with Stanton 681 EEE-S Mk II cartridge.
Other Source(s): Tascam CD-RW 750 CD Recorder, Pioneer RT 707 Open Reel deck, JVC KD-11 Cassette Deck, HH Scott 312 D Broadcast Monitor Tuner.
Other Accessories/Room/Misc.:
Speaker Cables/Interconnects: Signet Music Line, various decent stuff!
Other (Power Conditioner, Racks etc.): Computer Grade Surge Protector
Tweaks: Everything except for the CD Recorder has been personally reconditioned and tweaked by myself.
Room Size (LxWxH): 10 x 10 x 7
Room Comments/Treatments: None at the present time. Love those low ceilings and the room acoustics greatly.
Music Preferences and Comments:
Music Used (Genre/Selections): Everything but Muzak and (C)rap!
System Goals/Comments: I desired superb sound, reliability, and build quality with extended high-end performance and warm tendencies. Most gear was passed down to me.
System Strengths: Won't lose value for the most part. Great build quality. Sound that i won't get tired of. Great after i come home from school or work tired.
System Weaknesses: Parts can be a problem on most of these older pieces. Interconnects not in keeping with most of the system.
Video/HT System: None
Other Interests/Hobbies/Occupation: Too many to name! Physically Disabled person with many degrees! I use a wheelchair! I am a broadcast engineer and recording/remastering engineer

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