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    Re: Audio Memory

    You have the same ACS10 so your streaming should be pretty good. Are you using the Luxman as the DAC for the ACS10?

    You will be surprised at how easy it is playing LP's with low vision. My...
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    Re: Audio Memory

    I have to agree with you for the most part, just as multiple eye witnesses stories will vary when telling what they saw.

    I have forgotten some details of memories over years but to my knowledge...
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    Re: Audio Memory

    I know what you mean. I remember when Ifirst heard one of the local radio stations who began playing mp3, the familiar songs just didn't sound right, almost like some type of remix. I remember a...
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    Audio Memory

    I see people posted on forums that "audio memory" is short, only seconds and not reliable, etc. Most of this is from "all things sound the same" people or those selling DBT. But! let's not go...
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    Re: What are you listening to tonight ?

    Johnny Winter; Second Winter

    Seasons After; Through Tomorrow
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    Re: Hello all from Columbus, IN

    Hi Rachik and welcome.
  7. Re: Could you survive with streaming music only?

    Physical vs. streaming, this is rare so far but check this out. As I was doing some listening after installing my new amp. I was playing this song from America off the Greatest Hits album, I...
  8. Re: Could you survive with streaming music only?

    Joe, not making fun but you wanting to hear the music the way you remember it reminds me of a good friend of mine. I understand what you are saying, my friend is a bit to the extreme.

    My friend...
  9. Re: Could you survive with streaming music only?

    I could. The sound quality is good enough and selection vast enough.

    Only issue is on those rare occasions you might have internet disruption.
  10. Re: Help me choose speakers for a “HiFi bar” experience!

    I would highly recommend a look/listen to the JBL HDI series. I heard the 380's and the HDI can handle any type of music. In fact, they sounded more like the live symphony than a more audiophile...
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    Re: Greetings from NJ

    Hello & welcome
  12. Re: Deer deterrent alarm in neighbors yard - can hear it!

    Welcome.

    The range you show fully covers the midrange and beyond, I'd wonder how anyone could not hear it.

    My question would be how loud are they in decibels. I mean if you can hear them...
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    Re: RIP Jerry Jeff Walker

    Point man for calling out all those red neck mothers. "M" is for mud flap
  14. Re: Electrocompaniet ECI 3 vs Primare A30.1/I30

    I have not heard the ECI. I personally find Primare to sound a bit edgy for lack of a better word, however, it should drive them well. By reputation my guess is the ECI would be worth the...
  15. Re: I love to listen to eclectic music when ...

    I listen to a vary wide variety of music and listen more than watch TV. TV is mostly news and late night shows like Cobert. I listen whenever I have the time.

    I like some Dead Can Dance,...
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    Re: Amy Lee has an amazing voice

    I like her voice but not a big Evanesence fan. But I was into bands like Nightwish, Epica, Within Temptation, etc. before Evanesence hit the sceen. If Amy's voice is too operatic then the bands I...
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    Re: Amy Lee has an amazing voice

    She really does but seems to struggle how to apply it. Evanesence broke big with Bring Me To Life but didn't have much luck following up. She has some solo work that is more Electronica, I like...
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    Re: How do I find Unity Gain?

    If unity gain is -0- on your volume when bypass is on, then if you set the volume to -0- on any input the result is the same.
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    Re: Best vintage TT purchase option

    The AR was a good table. The poor man's LP12.
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    Re: How do I find Unity Gain?

    It would be the same.
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    Re: Best vintage TT purchase option

    The Garrard Engineering and Manufacturing Company of Swindon, Wiltshire, was a British company that was famous for producing high-quality gramophone turntables. It was formed by the jewellers Garrard...
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    Re: How do I find Unity Gain?

    what is leedh?

    Unity Gain is when the input and output voltage is the same between two devices. Used a lot for home theater bypass. Although to allow a signal to pass you wouldn't necessarily...
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    Re: Best vintage TT purchase option

    Welcome to AS.

    For performance I do think some of the current Rega and such would be the way to go.

    For vintage I'd choose a direct drive, there is a big following for vintage Japanese DD...
  24. Re: Martin Logan CLX ART and other Electrostatics

    Hi Tom, just curious if you feel air movement with SL with them being full range? ML are the only electrostats I've had in my room and I couldn't get over the fact I couldn't feel the music, I kept...
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    Re: Friend borrowed my AMP 8

    So how did your listening session go? I've heard good things on Ampzilla
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