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About AndreG.

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    Berlin, Germany
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    Often listen to music while doing one of the following:
    • Reading
    • Tending and watching my fish tanks (nano-size, fresh water).
    • Model building & miniature painting (SciFi, mostly)
  • My System
    Everyday use: 2012 Sandybridge Hackin´Tosh, Yamaha A-S201, KG1.5

    Livingroom: RF3, RC3, RS3 & KSW15, Marantz SR6008,Marantz DV7001; Heresy E (planed for music when rebuild done.)

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  1. According to Wikipedia: No. "Kobato loved Japanese enka music when she was a child, and Tokyo Jihen led her to rock.[52] She attended a vocal school around 2012, but started playing guitar with the formation of Band-Maid the following year.[53] Atsumi started singing when she was 14 and Band-Maid is her first band. Tōno is a big fan of Carlos Santana, has played classical piano since she was a child, and began playing guitar when she joined her high school band club. Hirose is a fan of Deep Purple and Maximum the Hormone, particularly the latter's female drummer Nao Kawakita, and also played trombone and piano. Misa likes Paz Lenchantin,[52] The Smashing Pumpkins and Jimi Hendrix; she started playing piano at around 3 or 4 years of age, and also played trumpet, alto horn, and guitar."
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    The Other Discs

    Queensryche are still around. After some trouble and legal disputes it looks like they replaced their lead-vocalist. I own some CDs myself but haven´t listened to their latest stuff. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queensrÿche
  3. "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" - I try to see it every time when it airs on TV.
  4. Welcome to the forum! Some basic information would make it easier for us to help You. For example, how much money do You plan on spending, do you want to buy new, or maybe used speakers or fine as well? (Saves budget for other things, AVR maybe?) What space do You have? Right now You say you own bookshelvers, would you consider floorstanders for mains as well? Bigger is better, most of the times. As for the center, i would say, go for the RC62II, again, bigger is better. Wait until @wuzzzer chimes in, he is more knowledgeable than me. Just my two cents, for starters and enjoy Your quest with Klipsch!
  5. Hello, i own RF3s, the complete set, in my HT and i'm very happy with them. You won't go wrong if You buy that set.
  6. If the OP considers to get pre-owned speakers, i can certainly recommend the KG line. Have set up my KG1.5s as my music-output for my Mac. My screen is 22" for size and the speakers are paired to a small Yamaha amp. I don´t feel like adding a sub at this time.
  7. Or he could make some himself. I made mine, for my KG1.5s and i am no carpenter. Will save him quite a few bucks.
  8. Yes, and it´s mentioned in the review as well, high quality parts are desirable but un-economical in mass-production.
  9. Am i to understand that You can not (are not allowed to) drill a hole in the wall? There is a mounting bracket on the back of the cabinet.
  10. Thanks, i´m using the downloader all the time too ^^. I was just asking, since he was offering the service as stated on his channel.
  11. @MicroMara Have You bought any of his CDs yet? This guy running R&UT, i mean.
  12. @Full Range 😄
  13. Congratulations on Your purchase! Now let´s see how long until You´ll buy some Heritage speakers to match that Fisher! You read lot´s of praise here on the combination of Fishers and Heresys, for example. Don´t want to lessen the RF610fs in any way, but that´s the way it goes, more often than not, on this Forum. Enjoy!
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