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  posted on 1/21/2010 at 09:42 PM
Saw someone post a pic of their stereo equip. in the "whats in your stereo right now" thread & thought it might be interesting to see some pics of everyones music rooms and stereo equipment..

mine is in the living room & as I have stated before, really running out of storage real fast..

Polk speakers, Sony cd player, Panasonic Receiver, Akai cassette player, ADC equalizer..minus the Sony turntable my son took to college..







[Edited on 1/22/2010 by DREWALEX]

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 05:28 PM
what kind of cassete player is that ??

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 05:31 PM
Is that a Miller Lite coaster I see? WTF?

Honestly, nice music room DREWALEX...very nice.

I'd post a picture of mine, 'cept I'm sure ya'll have seen an iPod before, or the interior of a Silverado....

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 05:49 PM
Very nice, Drew! My stereo equipment is in the living room with my albums and commercial cds. All the live shows, Yamaha keyboard and music memorabilia is in the computer room. I have a Denon receiver, a Sony blu ray dvd/cd player, an Onkyo turntable, Panasonic dual deck cassette player and psb speakers. No pics of it, though.

Here's a pic (a little blurry) of my brother and his new custom made AVL JBL sub. He owns Audio-Video Logic in Des Moines, IA.

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 05:52 PM
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what kind of cassete player is that ??


Whats a cassette player?

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 05:58 PM
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Whats a cassette player?


it was around when rollerblades was hip

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 06:23 PM
Ya' all are lucky there is not an 8-track hooked up to that, with a matchbook under the tape to take away some of the wobble & yes that is a miller lite coaster, best i could do at the time

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 07:10 PM
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looks like a akai......

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 07:13 PM
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looks like a akai......


you are correct.. have not used it in a long time, wonder if it still works.

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 07:17 PM
This makes me think of my days as a teen. My first stereo was a pioneer receiver. One of those silver front models. Had a tuner knob you barely spun and it when from one end of the spectrum to the other. My speakers were pretty cool, Omega Z1000's. Made of pecan wood, they sounded awesome. Then I started adding more speakers, splicing speaker wires running them all over the place. Even had a small set in the bathroom.
 

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This makes me think of my days as a teen. My first stereo was a pioneer receiver. One of those silver front models. Had a tuner knob you barely spun and it when from one end of the spectrum to the other. My speakers were pretty cool, Omega Z1000's. Made of pecan wood, they sounded awesome. Then I started adding more speakers, splicing speaker wires running them all over the place. Even had a small set in the bathroom.


i prob. that same receiver.. i loved that thing.. little red light on the top of the dial needle.. wooden top & sides, oh yea.. still wish i had my old dual wooden turntable, another blast from the past..


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Front speakers are Bose Acoustimass cubes with a hidden subwoofer, and a Yamaha center speaker.

Back speakers (hanging from ceiling) are Bose 201's and a Yamaha center speaker.

Receiver is a Yamaha RX-V663 with everything hooked into it, including cable
Panasonic BD60 BluRay player
Pioneer DV563A DVD player - plays SACD and DVD-Audio
TEAC tape deck
Sony 5 Disc CD turntable

Grado SR-80 headphones

For Moogis I plug my laptop into the front inputs on the receiver - handles video and audio

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 08:24 PM
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This makes me think of my days as a teen. My first stereo was a pioneer receiver. One of those silver front models. Had a tuner knob you barely spun and it when from one end of the spectrum to the other. My speakers were pretty cool, Omega Z1000's. Made of pecan wood, they sounded awesome. Then I started adding more speakers, splicing speaker wires running them all over the place. Even had a small set in the bathroom.


Hey John, I had one too, a Pioneer 737. Cost me $320 in 1975, which was a lot of money when I was earning $1.90/hr at McDonalds! Actually, I still have it. It crapped out only a few years ago and I did not have the heart to toss it. It looks like this:


 

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This makes me think of my days as a teen. My first stereo was a pioneer receiver. One of those silver front models. Had a tuner knob you barely spun and it when from one end of the spectrum to the other. My speakers were pretty cool, Omega Z1000's. Made of pecan wood, they sounded awesome. Then I started adding more speakers, splicing speaker wires running them all over the place. Even had a small set in the bathroom.


Hey John, I had one too, a Pioneer 737. Cost me $320 in 1975, which was a lot of money when I was earning $1.90/hr at McDonalds! Actually, I still have it. It crapped out only a few years ago and I did not have the heart to toss it. It looks like this:



I had the exact same one, and one of these:


 

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This makes me think of my days as a teen. My first stereo was a pioneer receiver. One of those silver front models. Had a tuner knob you barely spun and it when from one end of the spectrum to the other. My speakers were pretty cool, Omega Z1000's. Made of pecan wood, they sounded awesome. Then I started adding more speakers, splicing speaker wires running them all over the place. Even had a small set in the bathroom.


Hey John, I had one too, a Pioneer 737. Cost me $320 in 1975, which was a lot of money when I was earning $1.90/hr at McDonalds! Actually, I still have it. It crapped out only a few years ago and I did not have the heart to toss it. It looks like this:



I had the exact same one, and one of these:






Woooo flash in the past. Thats it Brock. Loved that receiver. I couldn't finish my other post got called to the dinner table. All this was when I lived at home. I had small holes drilled thru the walls into the den. I had this switch where I could change the speaker locations. It seemed every set of speakers I added would cut down on the quality of sound. Added a graphic equalizer for some fine tuning. 8 track, cassette, Teac X10 Reel to Reel. I had it going on. Most of my stuff was everyday stuff, but always had big dreams for the Bang and Olufson stuff. I always had a couple quarters on the turntable. Some of that old vinyl I didn't take care of too good back then. Every time you opened a double jacket album cover you had to be careful a bunch of stuff didn't roll out......lol.

Now I am pretty simple. Sony Home Theater receiver Sony 400 CD changer, 160 gb ipod, laptop, played thru home theater speaker. The two front speakers are Klipsch 4footers. Cant remember the model right now. 300 watt subwoofer. Sounds pretty good.

Not much to picture, but this topic brought back a lot of cool memories.......

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 09:59 PM
Thats the same receiver i had as well, man that brings back memories.

the dual turntable i had, had more of a teak wood finish.. damn i wish i still had that..

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:00 PM
My '75 turntable was a PE that looked like Bob's. Replaced in '79 w/ this Optonica (Sharp), and this is part of my current setup (brought it out of mothballs last yr):


 

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My '75 turntable was a PE that looked like Bob's. Replaced in '79 w/ this Optonica (Sharp), and this is part of my current setup (brought it out of mothballs last yr):




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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:06 PM
I had a Dual turntable also at one time - might still be here somewhere.......

 

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My '75 turntable was a PE that looked like Bob's. Replaced in '79 w/ this Optonica (Sharp), and this is part of my current setup (brought it out of mothballs last yr):




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Real nice...

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:13 PM
This is not my reel to reel for sale but this is just like the one I still have. Needs a little work. But that would play for hours non stop.

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:15 PM
Sang your stuff there looks awesome. I bet your neighbors like it too........
 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:25 PM
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Sang your stuff there looks awesome. I bet your neighbors like it too........


who's that knockin on my wall??

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:29 PM
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Very nice, Drew! My stereo equipment is in the living room with my albums and commercial cds. All the live shows, Yamaha keyboard and music memorabilia is in the computer room. I have a Denon receiver, a Sony blu ray dvd/cd player, an Onkyo turntable, Panasonic dual deck cassette player and psb speakers. No pics of it, though.

Here's a pic (a little blurry) of my brother and his new custom made AVL JBL sub. He owns Audio-Video Logic in Des Moines, IA.







Huge sub.................does he live in a castle??????

 

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  posted on 1/22/2010 at 10:44 PM
I use my bonus room above the garage as a listening space -






Equipment:

Speakers: Green Mountain Callisto's
Amp: Cary SLI-80 (integrated)
Turntable: VPI SuperScout Master w/Shelter 901 cartridge
Phonostage: Sutherland PHD
CD Player: Raysonic 128

Not pictured: Loricraft PRC-3 record cleaner

 

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