the many gifts of music… and
of sound with sight… enjoyed
by all, all of the time
through innovative, knowledgeable, high value, high-fidelity A/V system designs.
Discovering the Many Gifts of Music... for the First Time
remember clearly that night that I heard my music for the first time, years
after I started listening to music. It was the first time I heard a real
you get your first high-fidelity music reproduction system, I have assembled a
list of those components I would recommend you get. And I'll be giving you
a few pointers how to set it up.
first and only rule-of-thumb for any audio system, be it stereo or
odd-point-whatever A/V system: spend 75% of your budget on the speaker systems.
Yeah, most of you won't and mine doesn't either because there is so much
ancillary equipment in today's A/V systems.
fans: Rogue Audio Chronos Magnum, $2,195 - may need tube rings becasue of
state fans: Parasound Halo P 5 preamplifier and Parasound Halo A 23 power
amplifier, about $2,150.
speaker system: GoldenEar Triton Two, $2,998 per pair - use the rule of thirds
to place them.
Rega RP3 with Elys 2 cartridge, $1,095 - level it using index cards
player: Oppo BDP-103, $499
wire: KimberKable 4PR, $78 per 8-foot pair, bare leads - tin the leads.
Audio The Link RCA Interconnects, $90, one meter pair - clean the terminals with
Use a solid stand (cinder
block and plywood worked for me).
P.S. We are not a dealer
for any other the above brands except Parasound, but we use every brand in our
Rutten, Senior System Designer
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Last updated: December 24, 2013 .