That sounds great but I'm very shy.
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I hear you on that.
I plan to be behind the camera the whole time just talking and displaying my system and playing a few demo tracks.
I did one other video on my car and at first it was really weird, just talking about the car but then I kind of got into it. Once again, just behind the camera.
But anyways, thanks for your input.
Check out this long running thread on Audiogon
The OP has recently started a YouTube channel reviewing equipment on his system. Here's a link the that channel.
I understand what you are saying but the YouTube video channel I referenced has several videos that compare components or speakers against each other playing music on his system. I know it's almost impossible to hear the difference over computer speakers but I thought it might be a step in the right direction for jay73.....at least to get some ideas from.
Well I did it, ha.
Here is a link to my video: https://youtu.be/_3lAR3OgQtU
It's my first one on my Stereo System so don't flame too hard, lol.
It's a bit cheesy but you'll get the gist.
If I continue, especially just playing different track as I have seen other users do, then I might invest in a good microphone to produce higher res quality sound.
The imaging of my system seems fine to me but I'm sure can be improved.
The problem is that space you see if the only space I have available for my system (Living Room). I wish I had a dedicated listening room.
So that cabinet has to hold all my gear and my home theater gear.
But I hear you what your saying.
Also, I did definitely have checked our the Virtual Systems, I have my system listed their also.