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Old 02-24-2013, 07:52 PM
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Impressive looks nice and a lot of records too!

I see it gets to be used, that is the best part of a nice system, listening to it.

You have a nice collection to be proud of, thanks for sharing
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C500C C500T preamp and a MX150 control center, (3)McIntosh 601 mono block amps, (1)7270 McIntosh amp driving rears in 7.1 (1)Halo A23 amp for side surround, & (1)452 McIntosh amp for main towers part of a bi-amp setup with 601's, Esoteric K-03 JL F212 sub all glued together with mostly all WireWorld & Moon Audio Black Dragon cables.

Headphone Rig
Audeze LCD-X Sennheiser hd 800 & Sennheiser hd 700 cans, Woo Audio WA-6SE with Sophia Princess & matched pair of 6GL7/6EM tubes Black Dragon Cable upgrades on the HD700s!

Streaming Dac Gear
includes K03, high-end custom built Toshiba core i7 16 gigs Wireworld Platinum USB cable, Ipad mini & Itouch driving media center 20 for full remote control anywhere on property and even via web to have music on when I get home Also can remote control MX150 via web too.

Analog Rig
VPI Classic II running with a Dynavector 20X2-H MC Phono Cartridge

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For living room and outside rear deck is connected to MX150 with (1)Parasound 5250 amp. Oppo 205 , Sony ES777, (1)PPP, and a DirectStream P15 Power Plant

Speaker system
Builder of custom very high end Dynaudio's 2 Main towers, 1 super tweeter Dynaudio built system above each tower, 4 surrounds all Dynaudio Esoteric drivers 6.5 mids, esoteric dome tweeters, 2 rear surrounds, and a custom 5 speaker 2 7" drivers, 2 3" domes, and a d21 tweeter in the center channel to compliment my 2 300lb custom subs and a JL F212

Misc Build Features
AC Power Electrical overview is 4 20 amp 120 circuits all 10-3 wiring extra shielding with walls custom modded with cross bracing 2x6s over a 14" thick concrete with R19 and weather barrier
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:08 PM
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I love it! Tell me about the cartridge on the 401. A wood bodied 103?
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:47 PM
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Jeremy - Nicely done. The system and room look great. Also, nice vinyl collection!
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Old 02-24-2013, 09:29 PM
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I love it! Tell me about the cartridge on the 401. A wood bodied 103?
The cartridge is a Denon dl103R, I sent it off to soundsmith and got their midlevel retip with the ruby cantilever. I also had them mount the cartridge in a cocobolo body I purchased online. Many recommend replaceing the plastic body on the dl series cartridges with a wood or aluminum body. I love the cocobolo, it gives the cart a nice warm natural tone, a perfect complement to the detail of the soundsmith ruby retip. I plan to get an aluminum body to mount another dl103 I have in. I'd like to compare the retipped dl103 and 103R.
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:48 AM
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Also excellent eye Chops, the right side of the rack is indeed higher then the left. I have an affinity for all things old, be it audio gear, cars or houses. As with all old houses in New Orleans we have a bit of a lean, we are built on a swamp after all. The flexirack allows me to level each self. Also the cd player is about an inch higher then the preamp, adding to the optical illusion.

again thanks for all the kind words
At least you have a good excuse. When I mounted our plasma on the wall in the new apartment, I kind of measured wrong so the left side is up about a 1/2" higher than the right.

Did I just admit to that in public?!
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Old 02-25-2013, 01:26 AM
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Jeremy....That is a beautiful system.
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Old 02-27-2013, 06:38 PM
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Great..kick back, relax and listen to some tunes. Handsome set up. Enjoy.
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Old 02-27-2013, 07:37 PM
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Jeremy...love your system, installation and vinyl. Nice 'tables you've got...

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