A happy audiophile? We hate people like you! Honestly, good for you,sounds like quite a "second " system.
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Congratulations! Job well done. Now a question: Are you going to sell off your main system or designate your newly assembled system as "main"?
BTW, I'm an audiophile who is also happy with my current system that is comprised of modern electronics and TT, with vintage speakers. In my case, the speakers are Infinity RS1.5's. I paid $264 for them and they have replaced a couple of pair of modern speakers that retailed for $2K-$3K.
Happy Listening and Happy Weekend!
Thank you for your support/comments. Re "reubent's" question about selling the main system (Krell/B&W). No, I will not be doing this, the main system is actually part of a 5.1 front projector HT system, which I am also very happy with. The only upgrade planned is a 4K projector. the HT and 2C stereo system are in different rooms.
mga... it will be very interesting to learn and find good vinyl source material as I get back into this "hobby" -- my brother still has my old LPs from the 70's - early eighties at his place in FL, not touch in decades, but I likely need to find new high quality pressings - even remasters after all this time in a box...............
I can't wait to get moved next month and get a place so I can put a setup in place..
I had 2 HT setups -- the second with projector -- I gave to my brother in July -- I will likely replace that setup in my bedroom -- so will shop for a new projector - screen to go with the Yamaha 5600 soundbar,, the main living room HT is a modest 65in Panasonic plasma with denon and NHT speakers with HSU subwoofer -- it works well and will be re-setup at the new place
@steventoney - My records, which had been in storage for many years, are just fine now that I've set up a vinyl rig and started playing them again. I have been cleaning them, as I pull them out to listen. Otherwise, they are fine. Many of them are from the late 70's and 80's. I have been buying some new records. But I fine more enjoyment searching our old originals in the used bin and on-line.