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My 2.1 setup

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Rotel RA-1570 integrated amp

Project Debut Carbon Esprit TT

Ortofon Blue Cart

Very old Kenwood CD Player

Klipsch Epic CF-2s Crites Xovers

Klipsch R10SWi Subwoofer

Repurposed 55" Entertainment center 

Not top of line by any means but sure gets the job done. 

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Awesome... enjoy!

 

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It's hard to beat a pair of CF-3's, for sure. I bet they sound awesome. Good looking setup!

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15 hours ago, avguytx said:

It's hard to beat a pair of CF-3's, for sure. I bet they sound awesome. Good looking setup!

Thanks. The 2s need the sub since I changed amps. The Rotel is much brighter than the old Kenwood separates I had that used to drive them. 

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Oops. CF-2's. My bad. 

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Great setup! I like the entertainment center, excellent idea.

 

On 4/4/2019 at 12:43 AM, Harleywood said:

sure gets the job done.

More than most people have in their homes these days. Enjoy!

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Nice setup I just love the EPIC's they are my favorite line of the extended heritage models. How does that lil sub perform?

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I am fond of the EPIC series as well. That looks like a great setup and I do wonder if you have trouble with those figurines "walking around"? Thanks for the picture.

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Very nice system. It must sound great...

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On 4/5/2019 at 11:18 AM, Rivernuggets said:

Great setup! I like the entertainment center, excellent idea.

Thanks! I couldn't see just throwing it out after the rear projection tv went out. We upgraded to a 60" led tv in the den and moved the hutch into the formal living area and turned it into a music room. Very happy with the way it turned out. 

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On 4/5/2019 at 11:30 AM, rockhound said:

Nice setup I just love the EPIC's they are my favorite line of the extended heritage models. How does that lil sub perform?

The 10" sub is perfect for the CF 2s. Took some fiddling to get the gain and frequency adjusted just right. 

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@Harleywood

 

What is the make/model of the stand you are using for your gear?

 

Thanks

JJ

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On 4/5/2019 at 9:28 PM, Ole Dollar said:

I do wonder if you have trouble with those figurines "walking around"? Thanks for the picture.

Not at all. It's a solid cherrywood hutch. Very sturdy and the 120wpc amp has seen 80 percent on the volume scale more than once. :)

I have the sub set to front fire so the rack gets very little feedback as well. 

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5 minutes ago, DoubleJ said:

@Harleywood

 

What is the make/model of the stand you are using for your gear?

 

Thanks

JJ

It's a Pangea Vulcan Rack. I bought it online at Audio Advisor. They sell the saucers for the spiked feet as well. 

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I mounted an led light bar under the middle shelf to make cueing up easier when playing LPs 

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