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i30krab 03-01-2008 01:35 PM

This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
I still like to listen to 2 channel cd's so I use different components but the speakers are the main L&R Mirage M5-si's

Equipment list

Rotel RHB10 200 WPC amplifier

Rotel RHA10 preamp

Rotel RHT10 tuner 16 pre-sets with remote Modified and realigned by Joseph Chow at Component Plus, USA New Albion Dr Gold River, CA 95670

Music Hall 25 CD player Modified and updated by Wally at underwood Electronics

Richard Gray RGP 400 & Substation,

Mirage M5si speakers with the LCY Components Model LCY-100K super tweeters.
I switch speaker cables between home theater and 2 channel.

Audioquest CV-6 speaker cable

Vibration control all the same brands as the home theater.

Pic of Music Hall 25 CD player and Rotel RHA10 preamp
http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g2...b/124_2480.jpg
Pics of Rotel preamp, tuner ,and cd player, and Richard gray model 400
http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g2...b/124_2494.jpg
Pics of Rotel RHB10 amp
http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g2...b/124_2492.jpg
Pic of my 500 HP 1996 Infiniti daily driver, oops, how did this get in here?
http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g2...DSCN0793-1.jpg

Fancypants 03-04-2008 12:41 PM

Re: This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
What are all of the brass looking weights and what are they for that sit on top of most of your equipment?

When did you decide to place them there? and why?

Robinson_A 03-04-2008 01:18 PM

Re: This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
love the Mapleshade isolation components. Are those their brass footers and weights I see? I've been a Mapleshade fan/customer for years. Nice to see a fellow Maple head.

i30krab 03-04-2008 03:05 PM

Re: This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
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"What are all of the brass looking weights and what are they for that sit on top of most of your equipment?

When did you decide to place them there? and why?"

The brass objects are called heavyhat vibration controllers. These along with the maple platforms, vibrapod isolators and cones, and mapleshade isoblocks help keep down any enclosure vibrations from the a/v components that could possibly affect the audio especially at high volume. I listen to movies very loud and being in an enclosed 12 x 14 room everything is subject to vibration. As you see I'm using (2) 200/wpc amps for surround and 250/wpc x (3) for the front L R C speakers.

Believe me when I tell you I can turn up the volume to 80 db and the sound is perfectly clean with no extraneous noise or clipping!

i30krab 03-04-2008 06:06 PM

Re: This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Robinson_A (Post 12487)
love the Mapleshade isolation components. Are those their brass footers and weights I see? I've been a Mapleshade fan/customer for years. Nice to see a fellow Maple head.

I'm definitly a maplehead but they're getting too expensive!

deacongreg 03-05-2008 11:48 AM

Re: This is the 2 channel system in my home theater room
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Robinson_A (Post 12487)
love the Mapleshade isolation components. Are those their brass footers and weights I see? I've been a Mapleshade fan/customer for years. Nice to see a fellow Maple head.

This inquiry is for both you Andrew, and i30krab,

I have received some of the MapleShade catalogs. And was impressed with how they make their cds, recording techniques, etc. I have yet to purchase any of the music. Can you guys speak of the quality of their cd recordings, equipment and accessories, and why it seems many do not know the name "MapleShade?"


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