I use Rotel RB-1090 With a Rotel RSP-1098 on å pair of Klipsch RF-82 With a pair of Klipsch SW-115. I use Abrahamsen v1up cdplayer and a Origen AE htpc. I have a Yamaha CX-A5000 for suuround preamp and full Klipsch cinema speakers with the same stereo. Panasonic dmp-bd900 UHD blurayplayer. Denon 1550cdplayer.Rotel 991cdplayer and Nad5000 cdplayer. Samsung UE78KS9405 78" tv and 2 sony 400 cdchangers. Playstation 2-3 and 4. Interconnects and speakercables from Cosmic Audio. And some other stuff.
Year 1994 Pink Floyd in Oslo Norway. It was the greatest show on Earth. Nothing can compere so far.
Pink Floyd Metallica Redhotchillipeppers And every other band you can think of.
It was when i was testing audio Equipment back in 1990, and the sound just canged and grabbed me by the popo for the first time. Changeing from a resiver to a Component hifi was the momet were it bacame Clear to me. Love the biggest bang for the buck.
Audio Passion in One Sentence
When Music comes alive and suck you in to a hole New universe, and everything becomes Clear and nutral and you cant stop playing a nother cd Youre in i for real. Thats how highend audio sould work and sound.
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