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10-01-15 02:33 PM
ambientcafe
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

"The Fast and the Furiosa" ...

10-01-15 02:29 PM
DqMcClain
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

Downstairs in my house right now.... needs a re-cone. Anyone have any leads?
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10-01-15 02:07 PM
Lumen
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

Not that anyone really cares any more about turntables, but for only $450, you might be able to buy this operational sculpture soon...

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05-11-15 03:59 AM
pratikvdoshi
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

funny it is
05-11-15 03:58 AM
pratikvdoshi
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

NICE
04-24-15 09:30 AM
Lumen
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

And from the world of automotive sound:

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02-27-15 06:45 PM
willis7469 But hey! If you are lucky enough to drive a dragster, who cares about turning. I'll take 7-8 g's of straight acceleration. ...wouldn't mind 75k for a system either....:-)
02-27-15 02:55 PM
bigsausagepizza
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

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BlueRockinLou wrote: View Post
Not sure about $100k+ systems, but my ~$75k monstrosity of ridiculousness plays only the two best types of music ...country AND western

Sorry, just couldn't resist. Seriously...
I spin/stream blues, rock, world, jazz, some classical, & some metal. Good and bad quality recordings in all formats, my system is an equal-opportunity UNSPOILER. I "voiced" her for my own enjoyment of a strong majority of my entire music collection at volumes faithful to the original performances. She may not perform like a dragster on top-notch tarmac; but then again, a dragster can't round corners on bumpy alley streets either.

Your turn--define "ridiculous"
Thanks for the reply! Glad to hear someone with a system of your caliber isn't a complete music and recording snob. My system is more in the $1-2k range, and might not be the best for all music, but my line arrays do a fantastic job at producing the mountains of feedback and distortion in the doom metal I primarily listen to. I couldn't ask for much bigger sound without a set of 4x12 guitar cabs in my living room. Maybe someday I can do the same on a $75k monstrosity like you!
02-27-15 02:23 PM
Lumen
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

Not sure about $100k+ systems, but my ~$75k monstrosity of ridiculousness plays only the two best types of music ...country AND western

Sorry, just couldn't resist. Seriously...
I spin/stream blues, rock, world, jazz, some classical, & some metal. Good and bad quality recordings in all formats, my system is an equal-opportunity UNSPOILER. I "voiced" her for my own enjoyment of a strong majority of my entire music collection at volumes faithful to the original performances. She may not perform like a dragster on top-notch tarmac; but then again, a dragster can't round corners on bumpy alley streets either.

Your turn--define "ridiculous"
02-11-15 01:49 PM
bigsausagepizza
Re: Rare, weird, unusual, amazing and/or interesting...

What kind of music do people with these ridiculous setups listen to? I know Linkwitz is all about live orchestral sorta stuff, is that what most of these people are listening to on $100k+ systems?
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