|I have made a number of changes in the last year or so, and I am very happy with my system. If I was informed that I would never be able to change anything in the system, I would not lose much sleep over it. So far, I have not received this message, although I think my wife is getting close to issuing it.|
Anyway I am curious what other think would be a good upgrade of what I own now.
The entire system is run off of two dedicated circuits and employs PS Audio outlets, whatever they're called. I know Porter Ports are better but I've had these longer than I've known Albert. Actually I moved them out of my old house.
My cables are all Purist. One pair of ICs are Museaus, the rest are Venustus. The speaker cables are single terminated but bi-wire runs (or two sets of cable) in a single jacket. Don't ask!
My TT is a Sota Star w/ Rega RB 900 and Benz Glider cartridge. The CDP is a Sony SCD 777es. Pre-amp is a new/upgraded to the latest release 7 LX 357, the phono is an upgraded Pass Labs Ono, that is now close to the Xono but still a single chassis. My amp is the Krell FPB 700cx, and the speakers are Kharma Ceramique 1.0.
The room has been moderately treated with a number of things to prevent unwanted reflections, but could still be better.
If a fuller look at the system would be helpful use this link. http://cgim.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/vs_user.pl?vstrt&1026696824&viewmine&publ
My own inclination would be to upgrade the front end. IMO the Sony is the weakest link, but it is a lower priority than the TT/arm/cartridge. I appreciate any good advice.