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Rajkumareswari
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My Hi End Audio Setup

Post by Rajkumareswari » Tue Sep 06, 2016 4:22 am

Main Music System details:Main Speaker Tannoy GRF Memory TWW, Main, Super Tweeter – Tannoy ST200, Amp MonoBlock x845 Push Bull Tube (Hand Made In Vietnam) Preamp Conrad-Johnson Premier 17 ls, CD player CEC TL1 Transport, Esoteric D30 DAC, Esoteric P30 CD Transport, CD Player Marantz CD7, Turntable: Kenwood L-07D, Sub Toner arm Fidelity Research-FR64, Audio Craft – AC400, Turntable Cartridge – Micro Benz – Glider, Smiko speaker cable: Kimber Kable – Monocle –XL, CD- interconnect cable Audio Quest - Sky, Audio Quest Colorado.
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Re: My Hi End Audio Setup

Post by admin » Tue Sep 06, 2016 4:26 am

Gorgeous setup, just beautiful. Great job of effectively organizing a ton of great equipment in a limited space. Those speakers also look amazing, I would love to listen to that setup. Again, congrats.
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Re: My Hi End Audio Setup

Post by Big Dog RJ » Thu Sep 15, 2016 12:51 am

Nice one indeed mate! Those Tannoy's always look great.

I remember back in the hay day, my chairman had the Tannoy Westminister's driven with McIntosh amplification. Good sound no doubt but when he tried my CJ premier 11A and PFR pre, he realised what he was missing on the big Westministers. Later the entire system was sold off, not sure what he has now, probably maggies I suppose. Anyway, some of that gear you have are real classics in every sense of the word. They're no longer in production nor do they make gear like this any more, for example that Marantz CD player is a superb classic. I once had the Marantz CD17 signature series, fantastic it was, and built like a tank. Those were definitely the good old days...
Cheers and enjoy your music, RJ

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Re: My Hi End Audio Setup

Post by Rajkumareswari » Fri Sep 16, 2016 5:20 am

Yes I love Marantz CD7 sound with Tannoy GRF listening to country songs of "Don Williams" I'm just A Country Boy", also I have another system in my bed room
speaker "Hedlund Horn" driven by LOWTHER PM6C driver
Tube main amp " DARED VP-10 Mono mini block
Pre amp Elekit TU-875
when I listening in my bed room above system CD "Gene Ammons" Album "Gentle Jug" Tenor Sax very beautiful.
Alternatively solid state main amp "Nakamich Pa7
Pre amp NAK CA7A
CD - NAK OMS-7EII
Thorens - Mono Amp TDA 2000, Pre- TTP 2000, CD TCP2000
I'm crazy with HiEnd music. Thanks Raj
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