- Sep 15, 2008
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New cartridge - and having that “must listen to all my favourite records NOW” feeling
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Mine had a nice from far but far from nice peeling woodgrain contact paper fnish which I was going to replace so I helped it along its journey. Underneath that was a sticky layer of vinyl wrap which I also removed in order to reveal the wood underneath.Very cool! I've been wanting to upgrade my pioneer receiver from a sx-750 to something a little farther up the product line, if only to have an all wood cabinet - the vinyl covered cabinet on mine is kinda ratty, but functionally it's in great shape.
I was once invited to dinner by a friend of my ex wife (our kids went to school together so I had to play nice with Whatsherface). The husband had a couple of his weird friends there over and they started talking music. They all had tube amps (some bought, some built) and so they were droning on and on about their systems and the latest tweaks they did. Wanting to be 'one of the guys' I chimed in about my impressive collection of mp3s.Been wanting to upgrade my Pioneer sx-780. Thoughts on Bob Latino`s st-120 kit?
Gaia I's work up to 220lbs so should be fine. Gaia II's work for speakers/subs up to 120lbsHas anyone used any isolators other than the Gaia’s? I have a 3.1 setup for music (2.1 or 2.0) and movies and was thinking of getting them for my towers. My sub probably needs something too, but it’s 100+lbs.
I installed the Gaia IIs and love them.Has anyone used any isolators other than the Gaia’s? I have a 3.1 setup for music (2.1 or 2.0) and movies and was thinking of getting them for my towers. My sub probably needs something too, but it’s 100+lbs.
BTW, they are not the same. There's "magic" in the Gaia IIs, which is completely apparent from how the isolators / speakers move when installed. It's not mere absorption -- there's a fair amount of "play" on the isolators. That said, they're also expensive, so for a multi-channel set up and a sub, a less expensive but effective option may have considerably more appeal.