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CORNWALL IV, an integrated amp and a streamer

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2 hours ago, Shakeydeal said:

I had it a few months ago. The only way to sort the recordings was by date added. 

You may be right about that. Spotify is even worse as for user interface. 

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FWIW, I recently had a new McIntosh MA5300 in my system (driving Danley SH50) and thought it sounded really good. My impression was the MA5300 would be an excellent fit with small basic system like the new Cornwall IV, a turntable, and external streamer/DAC like Bluesound Node 2i, CD player and maybe a tuner or tape deck if you like. The main downside for me was the absence of outputs, digital or analog. And forget about connecting subwoofers to it unless you're able to put up with the sub outs from the Node2i.

 

Also, FWIW, back in the 80's when Klipsch started showing up at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show I was surprised to see them using Mark Levinson ML-2 and LMP-2 preamps along with a Linn LP12 turntable with (of course) Klipsch phono pickup. Anyone remember those?

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On 10/7/2020 at 10:57 PM, dwilawyer said:

Help, what's NAS drive?

Network Area Storage (unit). Hard drive storage that connects directly to your home network without a "computer".

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