Excellent post!!!! I currently have all that I want. It's not much to many people but as I was listening to music last night- I was quickly convinced that I don't need to get anything else. (However my multi-channel system doubles as my 2 channel system). I'd more than likely have more fun and gratification out of going the DIY route than just accumulating audio gear. Especially if I can fix it myself - (that's why I went the HTPC route - never have to worry about buying another prepro or receiver again). :whistling:Thank you. I know there are more expensive systems out there but for me better is a relative term. Audio has a law of diminishing return. The better your systems gets, the more money it takes to get noticeable improvement. So, yes there are better systems out there but for 10x or 100x the money, it isn't worth it to me. Every person must decide for themselves how good is good enough. Remember the only person who has to like your system is you. That and serenity comes not from what you have but knowing what you can live without.
Now go listen to some music, because that is what it's all about.
Simply on the audio gear that's pictured in that room, that'd be a top contender for my dream system. If I had a room like that to put it in which I don't (yet).Here is an ultimate dream system that belongs to one of my friends. I'm talking over a million dollars in this room.
I remember listening to a pair of those Infinity speakers in the late 1970s in Colorado Springs... Man they were great sounding!
Very nice setup!A local Atlanta investment banker sold me some his room treatments. While there I took a picture of his setup. I think this could do in a pinch.
how ya doing Callas01!!!! So you want to move up the dynaudio chainmy dream 2-ch system is one that i could actually have in the not so distant future. Dynaudio Focus 260s Naim Nait XS Integrated Amp Naim Stageline phono pre-amp VPI Traveler with Grado Reference Sonata or Dynavector 10x5 cart Eastern Electric Minimax Plus dac N.A.S. connected to a MacMini or laptop Oppo 103 as a cd transport.