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In Reply to: RE: I've been a Maggie fan since '74 posted by E-Stat on April 03, 2017 at 06:53:41
All kidding aside, hearing Tympani IIIs tri-amped with Audio Research electronics when I was 17 was a pivotal turning point in my frame of reference as to how realistic an audio system could sound.
'hearing Tympani IIIs tri-amped with Audio Research electronics when I was 17 was a pivotal turning point in my frame of reference as to how realistic an audio system could sound.'
Having experienced a pair of restored Tympani IIIA at ARC in 2012 I would say not much has changed in the intervening years. A reference for how realistic an audio system can sound? Absolutely.
At Victor in Chicago, but the subs looked different.
when I worked at Garland Audio way back when. Impressive as they could sound in certain respects, I never thought that, as configured and installed in two different locations (one of them John Garland's own house), the Hartley woofers integrated that well with the modified Quads.
Another stellar system, but at the time I preferred JWC's Dayton-Wright XG8 stats-which were what made me an enthusiast. :)
Severius! Supremus Invictus
Sorry!--I meant SHF gas escaping from the XG's Perforated Mylar--an all too frequent occurrence sadly in a flawed but brave concept.
Sheesh! I even stacked pairs--the gullibility of Audio Lunatic fringe
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