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Re: The new shop heater.

Postby comnoz » Sun Mar 19, 2017 3:38 pm

For speakers I use two on each channel

One Carver AL3 plus and one Infinity Quantum 3

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There are also a pair of planar loaded horns with ribbon supertweeters in the rafters that I don't have a picture of.

And here is my turntable. Milled from solid glass re-enforced Teflon. It weighs about 80 lbs. It uses Norton valve springs for suspension....

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And Mr Kossof sounds excellent.
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Re: The new shop heater.

Postby ashman » Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:20 pm

Love that turn table, but where is the handly bars :D

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Re: The new shop heater.

Postby comnoz » Sun Mar 19, 2017 6:49 pm

gtsun wrote:I just re tubed and went through my old Sansui 1000A for my vinyl listening pleasure. Nothing beats good to sound for music or a guitar amp.


At one time I really wanted a Sansui 1000. Great unit. Just never could afford one.

Of course I even drooled more over the 3300. They bring ridiculous prices today. Jim
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