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Lyngdorf TDAI-2170

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P.S.: Some may not realize that when any speakers are placed in the corners of the room, the first-reflection points off the room surfaces of any part of the
Tom Mallin
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8:42 AM

What do you really want

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I think he probably knew all along that the floor dip was there, He used to measure a lot, He may have found it unbothersome or he may not have known how to
regtas43
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7:12 PM

New Stereo Room Set Up

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I figured this out after a while! The AR viewpoint was that power response was the main variable so they did not worry so much about uniformity of pattern near
regtas43
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Jul 29

Differences from live

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Didn't think you were being dismissive, Charlie. I appreciated the opportunity to prattle on. Indeed, many people are unaware of the hidden costs of any aspect
djanszen2525@att.net
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Jul 26

High resolution audio and listening

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Different, yes. The noise floor in my room is mostly very LF, under 40 Hz. It's traffic and refrigerator rumble conducted through the building structure. The
mike44402903
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Jul 25

replacement preamp

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Thanks, REG. He really was something. Perhaps adopting him as a small kitten helped strengthen the bonds. Yes, I still miss him. Our current cat was dropped
mike44402903
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Jul 24

TIDAL

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Should have said INexpensive set! from Bayreuth. Really inexpensive REG
regtas43
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Jul 22

Remastered CDs

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Started using the Classical Archives app. It's nicely done. Although missing liner notes, there's information well beyond what can go onto the usual liner
djanszen2525@att.net
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Jul 20

Spiritual values

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I use Naxos and that is well organised if not entirely comprehensive. A great way to explore new music and performers. Martin Sent from my iPhone
Martin Richards
31
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Jul 18

Stereophile August Issue's articles

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Monitoring in the sense of checking content. I do not think the BBC ever thought the LS3/5a was suitable for checking "balance". It does enable one to hear
regtas43
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Jul 17

photographic memory

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Some of the most remarkable eidetic memory feats for me are those performed by the autistic artist Stephen Wiltshire. After a brrief exposure to any scene, he
Edward Mast
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Jul 17

reality

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True about Starker's tone but not I think a matter of cellists of today being different as such. There were contemporaries of Starker and cellists before him
regtas43
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Jul 16

Comparng

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"Anyone who believes exponential growth can go on forever in a finite world is either a madman or an economist https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Economist."
jeffstakehifi
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Jul 13

A.S.'s additional info on M40.2 balance

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If one suppresses all reflections,, then a close miked image will tend to be almost in the head. This is what happens if one sits really close to the speakers
regtas43
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Jul 11

Happy Fourth of July!

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Robert, one of my neighbors has four rescue dogs who went unadopted. One, a Great Dane I call my girlfriend, named Mimi, pulls away so strongly when see sees
p.poareo
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Jul 5
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