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kevinmi

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About kevinmi

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    analog junkie

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Burton,MI
  • Interests
    Corvette restoration, winemaking, a little home remodeling
  • My System
    Main system- Modified K-Horns. Cary SLP98P-F1 preamp, Dennis Had Inspire Hot Rod amp, Shanling T-100 tube output cd player, Ampex ATR 700 RTR, Oracle Premiere Turntable w/Jelco TK-950 arm, Koetsu Black cart. All tube equipment populated with expensive vintage tubes! Second system- Frazier 7 speakers, Oracle Delphi Turntable wJelco SA-750 arm and Ortofon 2M Black cart. Pioneer TD-1050 RTR, Pioneer Elite universal disc player, Latino ST-120 amp with vintage Tung-Sol 6550 tubes. Also have another Pioneer RTR and another Ampex RTR, a pair of RF-5 speakers, a bunch of cd players , a cassette deck, receivers, Oppo Blu-ray, boxes and boxes of tubes, and a pair of Epik Empire subwoofers just in case

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  1. Gimme first crack at scalas, 'member were nabors.
  2. Are you planning on keeping the LaScalas or flipping?
  3. kevinmi

    What I Got Today!

    Looks like a Jelco tonearm on the table?
  4. See if he will throw in the chrome alternator
  5. Bottom left are 2 Decware 84SE kit monoblock amps not being used. Bottom right is a Yamaha cassette deck
  6. Oracle Premiere Turntable W/Jelco TK-950 arm/ Koetsu Black cart, Ampex ATR-700 RTR 2-track, Oppo DVD player, Shanling T-100 CD player, Cary Audio SLP98P-FI preamplifier, Dennis Had Inspire Hot Rod SE amp, Tanberg CD burner, Monster surge protector, DBX switcher,
  7. Update, I'm now running mids at -12 and tweets at -3. I'm done tweaking. No, really!
  8. I originally came up with that idea because the mids are so tall that it would have put the tweets way over my head at listening level. This way the tweets are at ear level, and those mids are adjustable, so they're pointing downward a bit.
  9. I'll have to remember that for next year when I play it again!
  10. I think you would benefit the most by just enclosing the backs like the new K-Horns. I have mine toed out quite a bit and have as much bass as if they were in the corner. Plus it might be easier to sell when you get to that point
  11. I think you should sell me those decorators and build yourself a nice set of Cornscalas
  12. I do with mine! I only use it about once a year, and I usually have to smack the top of the unit to get it open!
  13. I really enjoyed the article. For someone like me who isn't an EE, this explained a lot of technical jargon in easy to understand layman's terms. Thanks
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