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Old 16th August 2004, 02:09 AM   #1
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Default A perfectly nice budget high-end hi-fi...

I decided to rearrange my listening room, and I moved the equipment outside while I did it. Since I had it all outside anyways, I decided to take a pic.

Pictured is my main stereo for music listening.

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Old 16th August 2004, 04:22 AM   #2
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Nice diffusion treatment in the background!
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What is that stack of 3 receivers? Are they 70's Lux or HK?

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Did you listen to it outside? Often you don't realise what a difference your listening room makes until it isn't there.
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The receivers are harman/kardon, models 330c, 430, and 930 (from top to bottom). I normally do not listen to it outside, but I do do sometimes take the 330c and the little Wharfedales out when I am puttering in the garden or visiting on the patio.
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