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Opus last won the day on January 19 2017

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  • Location
    The Land of Klipsch
  • My System
    Pioneer SX-1250 Receiver
    Pioneer SX-850 Receiver
    Pioneer SA-9500 Integrated Amplifier
    Sony STR-DG500 A/V Receiver
    Pioneer PL-115D Turntable
    Nakamichi BX-1 Cassette Deck
    Schiit Audio Modi 2 DAC
    Klipsch LaScala (1989, FB TG)
    Klipsch Heresy (1978, HWO)
    Klipsch Heresy (1980? HIP)
    Klipsch KG-4
    Klipsch AW650
    Klipsch Icon(?) bookshelf speakers
    Klipsch KSW-12 subwoofer (dead)
    Klipsch SPL-150 subwoofer
    Klipsch R-120SW subwoofer
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  1. This is no longer for sale, I have decided to keep it.
  2. I appreciate everyone's comments. I ordered a Modi3+.
  3. There are several good reviews of the Modius and the Modi3+. From what I have read, the Modius and the Modi3+ sound similar. The biggest difference seems to be the balanced output the Modius has. I don't need the balanced output, so I"m still leaning towards the Modi3+.
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    I hate to see you go Dave. Stop back in to say "hello" every once in a while.
  5. Thanks, it's nice to hear from someone who has experience with both the multibit and the modi 2. I'm leaning towards the Modi 3+.
  6. Is there a performance difference between the Modi 3 and the Modi Multibit that justifies the price difference?
  7. My Schiit Modi 2 DAC died on Christmas day. I have used it for several years, and have been pleased with it. I think it would be hard to find a better DAC for what I paid for the Modi ($99). But now I'm in the market for a replacement. I'm looking at the Schiit Modi Multbit ($250). I'm interested in thoughts, comments, and recommendations regarding that or other DACs. I want to keep the cost below $300.
  8. I"m not sure how I missed this thread. I love vintage receivers. My primary system is a Pioneer SX-1250 powering my 1989 La Scalas and I have a Pioneer SX-850 powering vintage Heresys. I also have a Pioneer SA-9500 integrated amp; I know, not a receiver, but it is a nice vintage Pioneer unit. It powers another par of Heresys and sometimes a pair of KG4s. I like the vintage Sansui and Marantz stuff too, I just don't currently own any of them. All of my vintage Pioneer units have been completely restored. The restoration work is beyond my skills/abilities, so I take them to Paul Hovenga of Many Moons Audio: http://manymoonsaudio.com/ Paul does great work!
  9. Pick a weekend,and we'll make it happen. Although, fair warning, we are getting ready to start some projects; Windows, siding, deck, and a new septic system.
  10. They are at my cabin. It's only 1100 sq. ft., so there's not much room. But, don't worry, I take them out on the deck and let them breathe every once in a while!.
  11. Thanks Rockhound. They are in their new home and sounding great; and looking good too!
  12. One more: Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean Boulevard $5
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