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I'm running the Klipsh RF-7's w/ the Denon 3806 and the neighbors (and wife) don't like.
Thanks to you guyz, I just started buying the stuff for a stereo, music-only, system. Since it has to co-exist with my surround sound stuff, it can't be too massive. I just got a Klipsch RB-81 II delivered, haven't plugged it in yet. If I like it, I'll buy a second, and the Klipsch RW12D sub. Amp will be http://shop.emotiva.com/collections/amplifiers/products/xpa200 Emotiva XPA200.Preamp will be http://shop.emotiva.com/collections/processors/products/usp1 Emotiva USP-1Digital player Oppo BDP-103Turntable - SWMBO will have to buy that - she has about 900-1000 vinyl albums. I'm gonna make a shelf unit to hold it all, will cast 150 pound cement top for the turntable.finally - a touch-screen pad or something for streaming stuff on-line or off hard drive.
Nola......emotiva is good stuff. At Rocky Mountain Audio Fest they always have some hot babes in their room! If you decide to get a turn table give me a shout. There are a bunch of good TT's out there these days. Turn Tables are expensive. So you need might some guidance through the mine fields.The Oppo will serve you well. The Oppo is a very good player, actually an over achiever, for the money. New Orleans was once filled with good HiFi stores but since Katrina it seems most have gone out of business. There are still a couple of shops there but none(as far as I know) really specialize in Turn Tables. And it is a specialty as they have to be tuned like musical instruments. Congrats and good listening......
cazzy said: Lowflyer said: I'm running the Klipsh RF-7's w/ the Denon 3806 and the neighbors (and wife) don't like.
Lowflyer said: I'm running the Klipsh RF-7's w/ the Denon 3806 and the neighbors (and wife) don't like.