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Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
F107plus5 #178083 10/09/07 01:26 AM
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I hear ya, I use my SR60s for the computer.


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Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
Wid #178084 10/09/07 01:42 AM
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I've been across the board this evening....Ben Harper 'Diamonds On The Inside', The Black Keys 'Chulahoma' *and* 'The Rubber Factory' ( I *really* like these two guys) and Bob Dylan's 'Modern Times'.

Try as I might, I just can't do the multiple channel music stuff...two channel stereo gives me better depth, dynamics and sound stage than the multi-channel stuff does. Old school, I'm supposin' ;\)


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RickF #178090 10/09/07 02:03 AM
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 Originally Posted By: BrotherBob
I've been across the board this evening....Ben Harper 'Diamonds On The Inside', The Black Keys 'Chulahoma' *and* 'The Rubber Factory' ( I *really* like these two guys) and Bob Dylan's 'Modern Times'.

Try as I might, I just can't do the multiple channel music stuff...two channel stereo gives me better depth, dynamics and sound stage than the multi-channel stuff does. Old school, I'm supposin' ;\)


Old School works for me! In our old house I had great acoustics and the M3s did the real 3-D bit. I still use the stereo mode if I move the furniature around a bit and squeeze some accuracy outta my sucky room. Otherwise, we just leave it in surround most of the time. \:\(

If it were my choice though in an ideal situation, it would be stereo all the way! \:\)

....except maybe for the really big classical stuff! The M50s really like classical!! \:D

Re: So what are ya listening to tonight?
Wid #178115 10/09/07 12:22 PM
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 Originally Posted By: wid
Play it with more than a half a watt and it all changes


LOL.....


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 Originally Posted By: wid
Play it with more than a half a watt and it all changes


It does change actually. It sounds like Keb is singing 2" from my nose.


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Mojo #178208 10/10/07 12:00 AM
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Stevie Ray at the moment, 'May I have a talk with you' from his 'In Step' album ... a notch or two above a couple of watts on the 80s to satisfy my listening pleasure! \:\)
Sonia Dada's 'Test Pattern' a little earlier...I wonder if Tom knows of this band, they're from his area I believe. Good stuff!


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RickF #178810 10/12/07 10:38 PM
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SRV in Montreux.

....sorry Alessandro; you have met your match, and been found wanting.

Re: So what are ya listening to tonight (Tesla)
F107plus5 #178812 10/12/07 10:49 PM
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Listening to Tesla Reel to Reel Volumes 1 & 2. Both discs are recently recorded cover versions of Classic Rock songs. What, to me, makes these discs stand out is the sound. The sound on these discs is amazing! The band tried to recreate the classic seventies sound (tape hiss and all), so recorded to analog tape using vintage equipment. The sound is "thick," "full," and "rich." Even on my M3's with no sub, they sound great.

Excellent discs to show off the capabilities of the M3v2's. These speakers sound so much larger than their small size would indicate.

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RobH #178831 10/13/07 02:45 AM
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I have volume one (love it) and missed the show to be able to get the second disc \:\( .


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VH vol. II, the remastered series and it sounds really good on the M82's, no disconnecting the M22s from the M60s with this disk.


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