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Old 03-31-2013, 11:42 AM
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Jerome... Everything looks great!!! Glad to see see you back posting. How would the Klipsch speakers sound with the Manley's on them?

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I use 2 different systems in parallel.

Speakers are Wilson WP8 in Topaz.
Serious listening : Shindo Giscours and Corton Charlemagne Q monoblocks with digital or LP.
Ambiance / Sports / HT : Manley 300 B Neo Classic and Snappers monoblocks, with digital only.

Analog source are the REGA P9 with DL103 Expert Stylus Company cart and A23 SUT and the McIntosh MR77 tuner.
Digital transports are either Squeeze Box Touch or Musical Fidelity V Link 192 with Mac Book Pro.
Speaker cables and ICs are WireWorld Silver Eclipse 6.
Isolation : Giscours is on a Pro Audio Bono Basic AVP. Same ordered for the CCQ.
P9 is on a Gingko platform and a maple board, on Atacama rack.

Only possible change in the main system in the future : replace the P9 by the P10 when it will be available. And maybe an Hommage A23 SUT for the 103 when I will get bored !



















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Old 03-31-2013, 11:50 AM
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Jerome... Everything looks great!!! Glad to see see you back posting. How would the Klipsch speakers sound with the Manley's on them?
Thanks a lot Jeff.
Well they would sound great. The Manleys are very close to McIntosh. They are clearly on the warm side.
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Jérôme.......Looking at the photos of your main system upstairs, I am reminded of the drawings I provided you for the location and quantity of acoustic panels. Although you selected pillows rather than panels, I am impressed to see how close to my original drawings you placed your acoustic treatment in the room.
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don't mix me up with bart.

that guy is from flesh, I am - from iron.
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Jérôme.......Looking at the photos of your main system upstairs, I am reminded of the drawings I provided you for the location and quantity of acoustic panels. Although you selected pillows rather than panels, I am impressed to see how close to my original drawings you placed your acoustic treatment in the room.
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Jérôme
Your latest photos of the main set-up look great.
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