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Old 03-13-2015, 07:11 PM
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You're all welcome anytime. It sure would!

Not sure we would agree on much, but I'm sure we would have a great time. And as a good friend of mine is fond of saying: " if we're not careful, we might just learn something".
Carlos, where are you in Texas? I am in Austin for the Winter. In Austin residence I have the 500 series Soulution and Raidho D3 speakers. I head back to Chicago in late May for the summer. I'd love to have you over to Austin or come over to hear your excellent system.

Let me know what your thoughts are.

Le Roy

PS to Ken: You'll have to fly in for this!
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Carlos, where are you in Texas? I am in Austin for the Winter. In Austin residence I have the 500 series Soulution and Raidho D3 speakers. I head back to Chicago in late May for the summer. I'd love to have you over to Austin or come over to hear your excellent system.

Let me know what your thoughts are.

Le Roy

PS to Ken: You'll have to fly in for this!
LOL, Le Roy, it's a deal!

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Old 03-13-2015, 07:23 PM
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Ken,

What I also find fascinating about the Q7s is how they can reach even higher levels of performance when you thought it couldn't get better.

Of course not every component change results in increased performance much less a significant improvement, but the ability of the Q7 to continue to increase performance above perceived thresholds is a tribute to its transparency to upstream components and its available performance headroom.
Hi Carlos,

The Q7 is definitely an amazing speaker. What impresses me most is its ability to look back upstream and delineate changes to everything from components and signal cables to power cords and outlets. Very few speakers have this level of resolution and transparency. And with the Soulution 725/711, it must be crazy good!

Ken
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Old 03-14-2015, 03:28 AM
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Carlos, where are you in Texas? I am in Austin for the Winter. In Austin residence I have the 500 series Soulution and Raidho D3 speakers. I head back to Chicago in late May for the summer. I'd love to have you over to Austin or come over to hear your excellent system. Let me know what your thoughts are. Le Roy PS to Ken: You'll have to fly in for this!
Le Roy,

I'm in South Texas near South Padre Island. That would be great. I'd love to hear the Raidhos at your place and it would be my pleasure to have you as our guest at our house. As we like to say, "Mi Casa, es su Casa".

In fact my daughter just moved to Austin from NY. So a visit would would easily work.

I'll send you a PM to coordinate. As Ken put it so eloquently: It's a plan!
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LOL, Le Roy, it's a deal! Best, Ken
Tried to send you guys a PM but it failed
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Hi Carlos, The Q7 is definitely an amazing speaker. What impresses me most is its ability to look back upstream and delineate changes to everything from components and signal cables to power cords and outlets. Very few speakers have this level of resolution and transparency. And with the Soulution 725/711, it must be crazy good! Ken
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Le Roy,

I'm in South Texas near South Padre Island. That would be great. I'd love to hear the Raidhos at your place and it would be my pleasure to have you as our guest at our house. As we like to say, "Mi Casa, es su Casa".

In fact my daughter just moved to Austin from NY. So a visit would would easily work.

I'll send you a PM to coordinate. As Ken put it so eloquently: It's a plan!
Hey Carlos, I can't quite figure out the PM either. I would love to get in touch with you and at least compare notes. I'd love to have you over when you are in Austin. Love to hear your Q7's too! I just got back from Chicago late tonite where I have another system. I hope we can find a way of connecting.

Le Roy
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Hey Carlos, I can't quite figure out the PM either. I would love to get in touch with you and at least compare notes. I'd love to have you over when you are in Austin. Love to hear your Q7's too! I just got back from Chicago late tonite where I have another system. I hope we can find a way of connecting. Le Roy
Le Roy,

You have to subscribe to AA to be able to send or receive PMs.

It's a worthwhile investment.

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