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Simon's system
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After having owned several systems I decided to upgrade. 

In 2015 my system was: QNAP Nas —> Linn Klimax DS1 —> Cardas Golden Reference XLR interlink cable —> Krell KAV 300i —> Cardas Neutral Reference speaker cable —> Kef Reference 205 + Rel Strata 5 subwoofer.

I am quite happy with my system now. It is a lot better then my old system in every respect.

   
   
   
   
   

Aurender X100L  ~  Audioquest Diamond USB cable  ~  Devialet 200  ~  Nordost Tyr speaker cable  ~  Raidho X2.           Ansuz Mainz P power cables
The Netherlands

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#2
Wow! So spacious and tidy with a view of the outside.
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#3
Welcome to Devialet Chat, Simon. That's a very nice looking system, but more importantly, I bet it sounds good too. What do you think of the Rhaidos?
Project Eperience X Pack with Ortofon Rondo Red MC, Oppo BDP 105D, Sonos Connect, QNAP HS251+ NAS running JRiver, Mutec MC-3+USB, Devialet 440 Pro, Denon AH-D5000, Sennheiser HD600 and HD800 with Cardas cable, Rupert Neve Designs headphone amp., Proac Response D20R, Van Den Hul The First Ultimate interconnects, GSP Audio Spatia speaker cable.
South Coast England
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#4
Great looking setup!

Did you buy that tv unit, or is it custom made? Looks really clean and i love how the screen looks like it floats above the unit.
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#5
Wow, great photos, very nice looking, clean looking setup. I too like the "floating" TV stand.

Welcome!
Roon | Intel NUC6i5SYH/AIR3/Ethernet | Technics SL-5 | Devialet 440 Pro | Vivid Audio Giya G3 
Synology NAS | DH Labs  D-110 & Q10 Signature Bi-Wire |  Silver Circle Audio Pure Power One 5.0 | Stillpoint Apertures
West of the Rockies, US
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(13-Nov-2016, 03:03)Axel Wrote: Welcome to Devialet Chat, Simon. That's a very nice looking system, but more importantly, I bet it sounds good too. What do you think of the Rhaidos?

Thank you for your kind words Axel,

The Raidhos are very good. These speakers were a complete surprise to me when I heard them. I wasn’t looking for these speakers, but they were playing in a shop when I was paying a visit. Later I and went back to the shop and auditioned the Raidhos with my D200. To my ears they were the best of the speakers I auditioned. The Raidhos sound very detailed, neutral, and despite the modest dimensions they are capable of producing a clean and solid low end. I really like them a lot.

Aurender X100L  ~  Audioquest Diamond USB cable  ~  Devialet 200  ~  Nordost Tyr speaker cable  ~  Raidho X2.           Ansuz Mainz P power cables
The Netherlands

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(13-Nov-2016, 03:18)wikeeboy Wrote: Great looking setup!

Did you buy that tv unit, or is it custom made? Looks really clean and i love how the screen looks like it floats above the unit.

Thanks wikeeboy.

the tv was connected to a tv bench by two aluminium tubes.
So, (partly) custom made.

Aurender X100L  ~  Audioquest Diamond USB cable  ~  Devialet 200  ~  Nordost Tyr speaker cable  ~  Raidho X2.           Ansuz Mainz P power cables
The Netherlands

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(13-Nov-2016, 03:21)baddog Wrote: Wow, great photos, very nice looking, clean looking setup. I too like the "floating" TV stand.

Welcome!

Thank you!

Aurender X100L  ~  Audioquest Diamond USB cable  ~  Devialet 200  ~  Nordost Tyr speaker cable  ~  Raidho X2.           Ansuz Mainz P power cables
The Netherlands

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#9
Lovely looking system, like the clean/uncluttered look. Did you try the XT-2 before deciding on the X2?

(PS. I'm sure you've probably changed them, but in your picture your right channel speaker connections are out of phase.)
Oracle Delphi Mk V(VI) - SME Series V - Lyra Delos - Furutech AG-12
 aurender N10 - Transparent Reference AES/EBU
   Expert 1000 Pro - Chord Signature Digital Tuned ARAY Tellurium Q Black - Raidho X-1
 x2 Silver Phantom & Dialog
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#10
Hello, Simon. Which Ansuz power cord are you using? I think it is a natural decision to use Ansuz PC if using Raidho loudspeakers.

P.S. Just noted that it is a Ansuz P power cord.
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