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Default 10-17-2015, 23:16 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

Have any one used a XLR Y spliter to connect a dac to powered speakers and a headphone amp without any issues. I asking as I planning on getting some, so i can plug my Gustard H10 back into the XLR while using XLR with my LSR 305's.


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The worst thing about my 308s is they are too "real"!!
How's that bad? They interfere with my watching movies experience.

Every distant sound(for example a movie indoor scene, some unimportant outdoor sound) no matter how faint, sounds like coming from outside of my house.
And me being somewhat of a local noise sheriff feel compelled to investigate.

There is no way of identifying these sounds as coming from my speakers.
I know the feeling, When I listen to music, I hear something that sound like a door knock. And i take my headphones off thinking some one is at my door, or called my name.

I have heard the same with the LSR 305's
   
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Default 11-02-2015, 18:47 | posts: 8,136 | Location: Netherlands

My sub has been bothering me for a while, the Z680 sub has nothing under it, it's just the bottom with wood no rubber or spikes.

This makes the sub way too boomy, and i'm thinking of getting 4 spikes to put under it.

I've found these for 14,99, do they look good enough?
   
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Default 11-02-2015, 20:06 | posts: 47 | Location: 192.168.0.1 South Africa

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My sub has been bothering me for a while, the Z680 sub has nothing under it, it's just the bottom with wood no rubber or spikes.

This makes the sub way too boomy, and i'm thinking of getting 4 spikes to put under it.

I've found these for 14,99, do they look good enough?
Yep, they seem pretty stud and stable to me. Great aesthetics too BTW
   
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Default 11-09-2015, 12:08 | posts: 181 | Location: Birmingham, England

Here's a tip that may be worth mentioning.

If you're not happy with your speakers, instead of spending a fortune on another set, cup your hands slightly around your ears, as to catch the sound from your speakers, do your speakers sound like a million bucks now? If so, your room is colouring the sound and most likely playing havoc with the low end response. Research "room acoustics"
   
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Default 11-10-2015, 03:34 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

I still gotta get around to getting speaker stands for my JBL LSR 305's so i can get them off my folding table desk. So I can have more room for my Gustard Stack and the Lycan.

Been trying to find some that's really affordable that will hold the speakers that isn't made out of glass.
   
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Default 11-13-2015, 03:47 | posts: 2,143 | Location: Babylon 5

Bought a pair of used Aurisonics ASG1+, I must say I like its sig sound, the Innear SD3 I have sounds a tad too dark for me to enjoy, I will be putting it up for sale soon.....in the local forums here. Meanwhile, I like how the ASG1+ looks as well....


Also ordered a pair of Dyson Audio HiFiman Balanced 4 pin XLR cable.....

It's a purchase that's well worthwhile as I can use it on these, one cable to rule them all! I have a choice of the 4 pin balanced cable, or the stock HE560 cable for SE use (attached to my Denon AH-D2000)

Enjoying it with my HE500 and Oppo HA1...

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Default 11-22-2015, 16:04 | posts: 3,772 | Location: Ohio

I have been rolling tubes like mad

I have found out quite a few things....pretty much all of the old tubes from the 40's - 60's....all sound pretty darn good.

An OTL amp & the HD800 is a wonderful combo.

This morning I have been listening to some old ZZ Top...the first few albums, the blues stuff.

Even though many insist the HD 800 is only good for classical and jazz....I just can't agree with that.

The instrument placement and detail and the bass is really wonderful.

This is all accomplished with less than $100 in this tube set-up


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Default 11-23-2015, 09:44 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

I been enjoying the burson's for quite some time now with my Gustard H10. The first time I feel like I will never change them out for any other op-amp. I just ordered some Velpads which also works with the HE-500 as the velour earpads is starting to get unconformable.

I found that I prefer the sound of my system without the gustard u12 in the mix plugged into my Gustard X12 I2s inputs. Could be the fact that the gustard U12 I have been modded with improved caps that the original user of it did.

I originally had the gustard U12 back when I had a non usb bifrost uber that it did it job for. Could just be the results of the mods the original user did that I don't like with the gustard X12. I know I will evidently get rid of the gustard U12 if I don't have any issues with playing back DSD with the X12's usb inputs.

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Default 11-23-2015, 21:24 | posts: 3,772 | Location: Ohio

The Burson's a big step up from stock op-amps.
   
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Default 11-23-2015, 21:46 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

aAll the op-amps i been rolling before and after the bursons. The bursons are my number 1's and the Two pairs OPA627BP with the Two AD797brzs are now my number 2.
   
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Default 11-23-2015, 21:48 | posts: 3,772 | Location: Ohio

Nice on the bursons, my buddy has this amp....I will mention them to him ....he may already know.
   
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Default 11-27-2015, 18:51 | posts: 8,136 | Location: Netherlands

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Yep, they seem pretty stud and stable to me. Great aesthetics too BTW
Sorry for not replying back, i haven't invested in them yet, i actually placed my sub a bit more to the middle of my room and the bass seems to have more punch now instead of being so boomy.

It could be my new and more modern motherboard not sure.
   
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Default 11-27-2015, 18:54 | posts: 8,136 | Location: Netherlands

It's insane how sub placement can make the sub sound sooo bad it sounds like 20 bucks speakers.

This actually made me back in the day return my Z-5500's wich i bought for 350 euros back then.

I tried the exact same place of my Z680 sub and it sounded horrible, i moved it a bit to the left and kaboom it sounds amazing and punchy.

I moved it away from the corner, cause it made it sound too boomy.
   
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Default 12-02-2015, 09:01 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

I been using the DT770 pro-80 with my Burson lycan with the Bursons V5 OPA-D which worked really well with them, They had a big sound stage that was 3Dish, over all sound wonderful, of course not like my HE-500. But the OPA-D made them sound a tad too much harsh. The bass was controlled.

I took out the V5-OPA-D and pop in Two OPA627AU's which smoothed out the highs, the sound stage isn't as big like it was with the OPA-D's but it still 3Dish through. The bass hits a little harder but that's it for now, I had the DT770 pro-80s for almost two days, i hoping this week they will improved as I been burning them in. its a good thing my Gustard X12 has RCa output's on it so i can hook the Lycan to the X12 while I have the H10 to the X12 with Two XLR splitter's as I also have my JBL 305 plugged in thru XLR too.
   
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Default 12-06-2015, 20:47 | posts: 11,485 | Location: Finland

Headphones for metal/rock music, available soon.
http://www.maidenaudio.com/about/

Other news:
Been thinking about upgrading my Genelec 8030's to 8040's or 8050's...
   
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Default 12-12-2015, 05:51 | posts: 762 | Location: Canada

Well, I made the leap..and got myself a set of B&W 804D's. wow. talk about another level of sound/quality. The one thing I find very anticlimactic to this speaker aquisition, is that going speakers shopping now is pretty much moot now, of course, unless I go above the $10k~ level and MAYBE then, there would be a minimal change in quality, but who's to say I would even HEAR it, and these speakers arent' even broken in yet as it hasn't even been 12 hours since I plugged them in for the first time. You always dream of reaching this level, but its a lot different when you actually 'GET' here, Im super excited but at the same time, it's a bummer too, now to start looking for decent amps I figure a neoMoon or something along that line, just preliminary ideas at this point.
Currently running it off my Onkyo THX/Atmos receiver, so yes, I know I have some upgrading to do there, but one massively major upgrade at a time right?
   
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Well, I made the leap..and got myself a set of B&W 804D's. wow. talk about another level of sound/quality. The one thing I find very anticlimactic to this speaker aquisition, is that going speakers shopping now is pretty much moot now, of course, unless I go above the $10k~ level and MAYBE then, there would be a minimal change in quality, but who's to say I would even HEAR it, and these speakers arent' even broken in yet as it hasn't even been 12 hours since I plugged them in for the first time. You always dream of reaching this level, but its a lot different when you actually 'GET' here, Im super excited but at the same time, it's a bummer too, now to start looking for decent amps I figure a neoMoon or something along that line, just preliminary ideas at this point.
Currently running it off my Onkyo THX/Atmos receiver, so yes, I know I have some upgrading to do there, but one massively major upgrade at a time right?
Congrats! Awesome purchase! Your right, you need to upgrade amp/preamp to something much better then an reciever to get the full potential from those babies. It would be like putting drag tires on a normal car, but to get the full benefit you would need more then normal.
   
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Default 12-12-2015, 12:51 | posts: 4,509 | Location: Australia

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Well, I made the leap..and got myself a set of B&W 804D's. wow. talk about another level of sound/quality. The one thing I find very anticlimactic to this speaker aquisition, is that going speakers shopping now is pretty much moot now, of course, unless I go above the $10k~ level and MAYBE then, there would be a minimal change in quality, but who's to say I would even HEAR it, and these speakers arent' even broken in yet as it hasn't even been 12 hours since I plugged them in for the first time. You always dream of reaching this level, but its a lot different when you actually 'GET' here, Im super excited but at the same time, it's a bummer too, now to start looking for decent amps I figure a neoMoon or something along that line, just preliminary ideas at this point.
Currently running it off my Onkyo THX/Atmos receiver, so yes, I know I have some upgrading to do there, but one massively major upgrade at a time right?
Nice Purchase and no need for a sub with them :-) Noticed they go down to 20hz and right up to 38khz with those diamond tweeters... AMP, I would go the Rotel amp direction, plenty of power and quality blocks to boot :-)

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Default 12-12-2015, 16:20 | posts: 3,772 | Location: Ohio

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Well, I made the leap..and got myself a set of B&W 804D's. wow. talk about another level of sound/quality. The one thing I find very anticlimactic to this speaker aquisition, is that going speakers shopping now is pretty much moot now, of course, unless I go above the $10k~ level and MAYBE then, there would be a minimal change in quality, but who's to say I would even HEAR it, and these speakers arent' even broken in yet as it hasn't even been 12 hours since I plugged them in for the first time. You always dream of reaching this level, but its a lot different when you actually 'GET' here, Im super excited but at the same time, it's a bummer too, now to start looking for decent amps I figure a neoMoon or something along that line, just preliminary ideas at this point.
Currently running it off my Onkyo THX/Atmos receiver, so yes, I know I have some upgrading to do there, but one massively major upgrade at a time right?
Congrats....very nice....I feel your happiness

I know this is not a tube thread.....but I feel the need to post some toob pron









I know not many people want to go down the tube rolling hole.....but I am here to say.....it is a heck of a lot of fun.
   
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Default 12-12-2015, 16:43 | posts: 762 | Location: Canada

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Congrats....very nice....I feel your happiness

I know this is not a tube thread.....but I feel the need to post some toob pron









I know not many people want to go down the tube rolling hole.....but I am here to say.....it is a heck of a lot of fun.
any amp Ive ever had has been SS, tubes are a bit of a mystery to me...I know you can change em out and get different kinds but, again, a mystery...
   
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Nice Purchase and no need for a sub with them :-) Noticed they go down to 20hz and right up to 38khz with those diamond tweeters... AMP, I would go the Rotel amp direction, plenty of power and quality blocks to boot :-)

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the funny thing is, last week on a whim, i picked up a Martin Logan Dynamo 300 on a super awesome price, so even if i dont need it, i still have a decent one
   
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Default 12-17-2015, 08:45 | posts: 5,894 | Location: Southfield,MI

I got my replacement V5-OPA-S in to replace the one that died they have such a good service and even when it was a review sample they originally sent me. I started to burning them in for a couple of days now.

in my Gustard H10 I have the V5-OPA-D's together with the V5-OPA-S, interesting thing is the DT770 pro-80 works wonderful with the two when I using it with the gustard H10. But if I try one V5-OPA-D in the lycan it doesn't and I perfer 2x OPA627 with the DT770 pro-80 when i have it plugged lycan.
   
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Default 01-02-2016, 14:50 | posts: 2,143 | Location: Babylon 5

Bought a quasi-DAP in the Sony Z5 Premium (can even play DSD tracks natively) and a used Noble Audio Savant UIEM to complement it. The Savant is truly spectacular, makes me wonder what the K10 sounds like since the Savant has been described as a baby K10.
   
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Default 01-04-2016, 16:56 | posts: 8,136 | Location: Netherlands

Would a Beyerdynamic DTX 910 sound good through an MP3 player?
   
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Default 01-05-2016, 14:18 | posts: 587

I spent 21k this year to get my dream stereo.

I stack shelves at a supermarket at night and go to uni full time. I took every shift I could, came in early, stayed late and lived off $50 a week over and above my expenses and slummed it for 9 months to make it happen. Of course having a gf who is a lawyer and pays most of the bills doesn't hurt my hoarding attempts.

If I had spent less I would have been thinking about uprading in a few years so I got more than what was needed so if I move into a room twice the size it won't strain the speakers or amps.

I will be getting a Yamaha CX-A5100 surround processor for a sound improvement and also so I can make use of my power amps xlr inputs, and also for 4k/hdr compatability. But a new TV comes first I think.


Parts are

Speakers

Monitor Audio Gold 2015 series;
All speakers toleranced are less than -3db, as per many industry reviews.

Monitor Audio Gold 300 Fronts
3 way 30hz-60khz, 27.2kg

Monitor Audio Gold C350 Centre
3 way 40-60khz 18.9kg

Monitor Audio Gold 100 Surrounds x2 pairs
2 way 42hz-60khz 9.9kg

Monitor Audio Gold W15 Sub
15" sealed 18-120hz 35.3kg

Electronics

Rotel RB 1585 5 channel power amp 200x5, class AB, balanced and unbalanced inputs
Rotel RB 1582 2 channel power amp 130x2, class AB, balanced and unbalanced inputs
Yamaha RX-V3071 receiver 9.2, pre outs for 11.2
Yamaha blu ray/sacd player


Pics, I hope there aren't more than allowed








Some reviews

http://hometheaterreview.com/monitor...kers-reviewed/

http://www.blu-raydefinition.com/har..._switcher=true

I hope it is speaker porn worthy of viewing, it is for me.

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