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Linn Keilidhs Compact Tower Speakers

Linn Keilidhs Compact Tower Speakers

Type: 2 way loudspeaker with crossover at 2.8kHz
Frequency response 50Hz – 20kHz +/-2dB, 1m on axis.
Input impedance: 4 Ohms nominal

Amplifier requirements: At least 60W per channel into 4 Ohms. For example, Linn LK140.

Features: Internal adjustment of treble level. Wiring options: Single-wiring, Bi-Wiring, Bi-amplification, Active Bi-Amplification, Active Tri-Amplification.

Size: 825mm (H) x 200mm (W) x 275mm (D) Weight 18kg each. read more…

Outlaw Audio RR 2150 Stereo Receiver

Outlaw Audio RR 2150 Stereo Receiver

Audio Section

Continuous Average Power:
100 watts per channel, 20 Hz – 20kHz,<0.03% THD, both channels driven into 8 ohms
160 watts per channel, 20 Hz – 20kHz,<0.03% THD, both channels driven into 4 ohms

Input Sensitivity/Impedance:
High Level: 200mV/47kohms
MM Phono: 3.3mV/47kohms
MC Phono: 0.6mV/47kohms
S/N Ratio: 96dB

Bass Management:
Adjustable 60/80/100/Bypass
High-Pass Slope 12 dB/octave (2nd order)
Low-Pass Slope 12 dB/octave (2nd order)

Tone Control:
Bass Center Frequency/Range: 50Hz ± 6.5dB
Treble Center Frequency/Range: 1KHz ± 6.5db read more…

Totem Dreamcatcher Speakers

Totem Dreamcatcher Speakers

Manufacturer: Totem Acoustics Saint-Leonard Quebec, Canada

Type: Compact 2-way bookshelf speaker, rear ported

Frequency Response: 57 Hz – 25kHz

Impedence: 4 Ohm

Power Handling: 100 watts max

Crossover: 2.5 kHz 1st order

New $430-470, Used pricing: $250-300 read more…

Polk Audio LSi9 Bookshelf Loudspeakers

Polk Audio LSi9 Bookshelf Loudspeakers

Setup:

The Polk Audio LSi9 Speakers were setup on makeshift (err…redneck) stands that placed the tweeter at ear level. My apologies for the cheesy stands, but I haven’t owned a standmounted bookshelf since 1992. Front baffles were approx 4′ from the rear wall, 5′ from side walls, 7′ apart, and 8′ from the listening position with about ½” of toe-in. The room is approx 23′ x 48′ (14′ vaulted ceiling) great room, the living room/dining room/kitchen are all in a single open space, with the living room (listening area) at the first 1/3 of the space. This means no wall for about 28′ from behind the listening position. Grilles were left off. There were no stock jumpers supplied, so we used 4″ lengths of 14awg copper wire to jump the binding post on the speakers. read more…

Cambridge Audio DAC 3

Cambridge Audio DAC 3

Searching for an opinion to get more out of my Onkyo CD-Player, I found the Cambridge Dac 3 to complete my hifi-setup. I want to be honest: I was not searching for the best sound available anywhere, I was searching for a low-cost-solution. read more…

TC Electronic Mastering 6000. Get even more out of the versatile System 6000

TC Electronic Mastering 6000. Get even more out of the versatile System 6000

For those of you doing surround work over the last few years, it’s pretty evident that the TC Electronic System 6000 has become the de facto standard hardware 5.1 processor, providing many flavors of multichannel reverb as well as EQ and dynamics. But the unit is capable of much, much more, and the latest version of the 6000 Mastering software proves that this is a box that can be used with great results at one of the most critical stages of production. read more…

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