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Dr Morbius

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About Dr Morbius

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    Heritage Horndog
  • Birthday 02/11/1954

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    Astronomy, Classic Cars, HP Lovecraft, Star Trek, Beautiful women…….
  • My System
    Cornscalas (were Cornwalls circa 1983)

    HH Scott 272 Intergrated Amp (circa 1962)

    Empire 298 Turntable (circa 1963)

    Marantz CD6004 CD player (circa 2012)

    HH Scott 296 Intergrated Amp (circa 1964)

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  1. I can almost promise you that you will get them before Christmas this year.
  2. Where are you located? Steve
  3. It says message sent. but I can't find it. Steve
  4. Still looking for Cornscala crossovers? I have a slightly used pair in great condition (my back ups, slightly used means I tested them out in the speaker to make sure they work) that I don't need anymore. Let me know if interested. Cornscala's ROCK! Steve
  5. Your Bryston amp puts out what, 300 watts of power? My HH Scott 299C puts out 30 watts per channel and it could make your ears bleed with Cornwalls at the 7 position on the volume knob. But that's tubes for you!
  6. I'll stick with my Packard, No tickets for meeeeee!
  7. I would think setting it to stereo would be correct, but I'm wondering how it sounds, really?
  8. Your pick of a Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum II amp should be more than fine. An excellent pick in my opinion.
  9. Not the most attractive pair of speakers I ever saw.
  10. I'm another huge fan of the Bluesound Vault 2 system. Best thing since sliced bread with some cheese and a nice Chardonnay!
  11. That cabinet is the bee's knees! love it!
  12. I stand corrected, LK72 is the kit version of the 299C the LK72B is the kit version of the 299D!!!
  13. What Scott amp is that, if I may ask?
  14. The LK-72 is the kit version of the 299D, not the 299C. As such it would be most excellent with your Cornwalls as my son has the 299D and a pair of Cornscalas. Hard to beat with systems costing $30,000 and up.
  15. Use some Vaseline if you have to....................
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