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What album are you listening tonight?
#21
   

Jean Philippe Rameau
Une Symphonie Imaginaire
Marc Minkowski & Les Musiciens Du Louvre

on Vinyl
Linn LP12 - Melco  N1A - Devialet 200 - Kef LS50 - DSpeaker Antimode 8033s-II - Linn Melodik Subwoofer

Bavaria
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#22
   

Roy Orbison and Friends
A Black and White Night Live

on Vinyl
Linn LP12 - Melco  N1A - Devialet 200 - Kef LS50 - DSpeaker Antimode 8033s-II - Linn Melodik Subwoofer

Bavaria
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#23
Today have been listening to BBC4's (TV) rerun series "Top of the Pops 1979", medium; recorded on a Humax tellybox thing. The program appears to be recorded on not very good 70's spec video tape, not remastered in any way at all, with sound transmitted via highly compressed mp3, with a far too long optical cable to the Dev. Sound quality is sub-optimal. Quite good fun though, enjoyed Gary Numan's "Are friends Electric?" (no, they are not, by the way), also enjoyed David "Kid" Jenson announcing that ELO's new album "Out of the Blue" is out next week. (Horary!)

Must get back to the sofa..... Legs and Co are coming on.......
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#24
   

Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan:
Ballad of the Broken Seas (2006)
Genre: Alternative Folk Rock
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#25
[Image: NitsInTheDutchMountains.jpg]
The Nits - In the Dutch Mountains
Genre: Pop
Medium: Vinyl
Devialet 200 <> Bowers & Wilkins 805 Diamond <> Aurender N100 <> Clearaudio Concept MC <> Audioquest Rocket 44/Coffee USB

The Netherlands
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#26
Brad Mehldau - Taming The Dragon
MacBook Pro Retina OS X 10.12.6 / Linn LP12 / Devialet 200 Wilson Benesch Discovery. 
Qobuz Desktop Latest Version / Audirvana Plus 3.1.7 / A+ Remote / iTunes 12.6 / AIR 3.0.4 / Wi-Fi / FW 8.1.0 / SAM 50%
Cambridge, UK (Updated 1st November, 2017)
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#27
[Image: Tron_Legacy_Soundtrack.jpg]
Daft Punk - Tron Legacy soundtrack
Stream
Devialet 200 <> Bowers & Wilkins 805 Diamond <> Aurender N100 <> Clearaudio Concept MC <> Audioquest Rocket 44/Coffee USB

The Netherlands
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#28
(13-Jul-2014, 18:55)Eddye Wrote: [Image: NitsInTheDutchMountains.jpg]
The Nits - In the Dutch Mountains
Genre: Pop
Medium: Vinyl

The Nits! Haven't listened to them for ages. Loved the music but always had a bit of a problem with the lead singer's voice. Bit harsh on the ears. Just out of interest because I'm looking at auditioning the 805's; how does he sound through them?
Lifetime Roon, Mac mini, int. SSD, ext. HDD, tv as monitor, key board and track pad on bean bag as remote,Devialet 200, O d'A #097, Blue jeans speaker cable, Dynaudio C1 MkII.
Jim Smith's GBS.
Northern NSW Australia.
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#29
(15-Jul-2014, 15:56)Pim van Vliet Wrote:
(13-Jul-2014, 18:55)Eddye Wrote: [Image: NitsInTheDutchMountains.jpg]
The Nits - In the Dutch Mountains
Genre: Pop
Medium: Vinyl

The Nits! Haven't listened to them for ages. Loved the music but always had a bit of a problem with the lead singer's voice. Bit harsh on the ears. Just out of interest because I'm looking at auditioning the 805's; how does he sound through them?
The leadsingers voice doesn't sound harsh (in tone) to me. It's not really a good singing voice, but it's passable and authentic. It's just a terrific album. Interesting music and good recording.
Devialet 200 <> Bowers & Wilkins 805 Diamond <> Aurender N100 <> Clearaudio Concept MC <> Audioquest Rocket 44/Coffee USB

The Netherlands
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#30
(13-Jul-2014, 18:55)Eddye Wrote: [Image: NitsInTheDutchMountains.jpg]
The Nits - In the Dutch Mountains
Genre: Pop
Medium: Vinyl

Intrigued by this one.... Just splashed out £6 for a copy off Amazon
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