What a stupid question. My god man, go put on some music.
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I'll go with the Teres Model 360, a Schroeder reference tonearm, and ZYX UNIverse cartridge. I'll go with the Aesthetix Callisto and Io Signature versions w/ dual power supplies. Lamm ML 2.1 monoblocks amplifiers. Von Schweikert VR-11SE speakers. I'd save money on digital and just get the new dCS P8i CD/SACD player. Purist Audio Dominus cables and a Day Sequerra Broadcast Standard tuner.
That should help 'tide' me over for a while.
Ummm.....yeah....I guess I'd look pretty stupid with all of that gear and no power......
Albert, what if they're both disagreeable? I'd be afraid of being stuck, and having to listen to her screaching "We're never gonna get off of this f**king island! It's all your fault, putting your yacht on cruise control! Don't just lay there, do something! Build a fire! Build a raft! Signal for help!"
Ahh...the horror.....the horror.......the horror............the horror...............................
Albert, NICE answer.
However Jmcgrogan2 brings up a very good point as well.
I think the best answer would be natalie portman with a mute button. How perfect would that be?
As for audio gear, something that requires no power and can stand up to a monsoon. ROFL
And a vollyball with a blood stain called wilson.
I took a $400,000 system to an isolated Indonesian Island to avoid the IRS . The set worked great until the salty humid air rotted the rubber belt on the Walker Proscenium (I should have taken an idler drive), the Altec speaker cones got fungus/dry rot(I should have lacquered them) and the output transistors on the Boulder amps shorted (I should have taken my Harmon Kardon Push Pull 6l6 amp). The lp's warped from the heat. But the RCA 1917 wind up Victrola KEPT ON GOING the 78's did not warp and I had an endless supply of NEW UNUSED cactus needles.