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  1. Wow, what a fantastic review Josh! Tears for Fears is one of the few groups everyone in my house will listen to. I hope you do more these. thank you
  2. I forgot to mention these can be diy'd for around $400. https://meniscusaudio.com/product/continuum-ii-full-kit-pair/
  3. I use these for desktop use and love them, nice warm sound and not too bass heavy despite being on the desk and close to rear wall. http://www.salksound.com/model.php?model=Bagby Continuum
  4. Seems about right, most of the smart people I know listen to shitty music. Somebody should do this for sense of humor, most of the funny people I know are of average intelligence, the super smart ones- not so funny.
  5. I'm not blaming anyone in particular, but I'm not sure there is anything that can be done. How do you creatively engage with the MQA trolls? It will be nice when all this MQA nonsense is in the rear view mirror.
  6. Most of the people who are against MQA don't participate much or at all in this thread because it is boring and repetitive.
  7. Don't call yourself a journalist, good journalist are skeptical and want to search for the facts. A real journalist would seek out critical analysis not parrot the party line. Real journalism is an often adversarial job.
  8. I wasn't trying to prove anything, just a data point. Why so aggressive?
  9. hmm.. just tried it and it worked fine.
  10. Ralf- sounds like he used the same "good" outboard DAC for both cd and laptop. I'd stick with the laptop, money is best spent on speakers and room setup.
  11. That's what all the cool kids do. I like racking and shelves but I have no friends, so....
  12. just a bump. Burning Amp this Sunday.
  13. Just thought you all should know that a great person and fantastic engineer has died. I met Mr. Linkwitz on several occasions and his generosity and enthusiasm for sound reproduction were contagious. He never stopped learning, and never stopped teaching. He lived a full life.
  14. I don't think any one has posted this yet. Burning amp September 30, 2018 at Fort Mason in San Francisco. This is a super fun event with lots of creative diy amps, electronics and speakers. It's not all high end but there are some gems and great guest speakers. This year there will be presentations by Wayne Colburn of Pass Labs, Roger Modjeski of ramlabs-musicreference, and of course Nelson Pass the patron saint of diy amp building and formerly of Pass Labs, First Watt, etc. These guys give fun and informative talks of which most goes right over my head. Please come and browse what people have done or bring a project completed or not for free admission. I've been going for 7 years and would not miss it! http://www.burningamp.org/ http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/clubs-and-events/323280-burning-amp-2018-a.html
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