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Today we received our new speaker cabinets. They are made of plywood. Overall finishing is excellent. Price is attractive, only $600 for the whole set. There are more than 20 colors to choose.
The woofers are in the front while the plate amps are at the back. Let's see how this pair will look like with the drivers.
PS: Another set of cabinets are made also for a customer. We will post some of their pictures later.
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Next will be a list of parts
The last ingredient needed for our video-integrated home system is speakers.
Klaus Reck (Reckhorn) of Germany has been developing some rather unique speaker drivers for a couple years now, and they're done. Good timing. Last time he passed through Hong Kong he invited me to the factory to listen to the result of these too-cheap drivers in their 'cabinets'.
He's put a patent on these as they embody some 'outside-the-box' concepts:
Q: Which Amplifier (Kit) is right for me?
A: A key determining factor is the efficiency of your Speakers.read more »
Enjoythemusic has just posted the world's first review of the Tram2.
This was a very well conducted review. The reviewer understood exactly the point of a DHT linestage its care and feeding. Please note the 'Fettling Guide'
Have a read here
We've finally sourced a compact remote control which we will program and make available as an option.read more »
Where's the pain?
buy an Asus EB1501 netop
connect it to our flatscreen TV with the HDMI cable
Install the drivers and connect the Cleo USB DAC
10 minutes of tweeking settings in W7
install J River Media center v15.xxx
point it to our media library
Can it be this easy and audio-good?
Audiophiles are used to pain, such as the kind only audiophiles know. And disappointment -- because it's never right the first time.
Instead all we get is easy. And convenience. And great looking user interface my wife and all the neighbors love and can use.
And understanding. I'm not sure I can get used to being understood...it's kind of an audiophile's private place.
And great sound (24/192 computer audio is The Great Leap Forward promised by digital so long ago).
Some questions that came way in recent times and some more observations of my own make me think that someone needs to give a short rundown that is easy to understand.
I hope I'll be able to keep this straight forward.
First, the combination of "Asynchronous", "USB" and "192KHz" seems to be the latest "must have", something we may not entirely innocent in, having announced probably the first shipping high end units.
At the same time there seems to be considerable confusion what "192KHz capable asynchronous USB DAC" really means.read more »