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« on: May 21, 2012, 01:52:07 AM »

Since the quality of music is not only made by the production itself, but also by the system you play it on, I would like to know what do you use.

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Front:   B&W 685 /Infinity Kappa 8.2ii
Center: B&W HTM 61
Rear:    B&W 685
Amplification: Yamaha RX-V 1800
Subwoofer Amps: 600W Laney and 2KW Trace Elliot Tube Amps for Bassguitar
Subs: 4x10" Boom-Box, 1x15" Boom-Box (assigned to the laney) + Warwick Boxes I can't remember yet... (assigned to the trace Elliot)

It took some time to get this stuff together, but now I can listen to music and movies silent or loud including somewhat of consistent quality. And if i want to listen to Artillery impacts in original db-rates, well that's possible, too.

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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2012, 06:51:19 PM »

In my car I just use the factory Land Rover speakers that came with the car back in 96. It works very well for its age and bass wise it's no 12" or 14" sub, but the two 8's in the back really hit nicely for the type of music I listen to which doesn't really have a huge amount of bass in it. I also forgot to mention in my car I have 8 factory speakers in it.

If I could have my way I would upgrade to a new Range Rover which from what I've seen and herd have amazing logitec speakers in them which rival a good number of the after market there is 11 speakers in the car so it really is surround sound.

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« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2012, 11:12:56 PM »

When I listen to music with headphone I use The t.bone HD 800 headphones.
the t.bone HD 800 Deluxe Stereo
Headphones - dynamic, 32 Ohms
impedance, 20Hz-20kHz, 110dB
sensitivity, 50mW max input, 3m cable
with 1/4" stereo jack connector and
mini-jack adapter. Weight with cable:
They're pretty good and they cost less than 20$.

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« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2012, 08:06:23 PM »

 I only know the specifics of the soundsystem in my Mustang.  Its a Sony Xplod.

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