Looking to update to some Sanders Sound Systems monoblocks for the three front panels.
I wish I had taken pictures of my Krell set up before I sold it all. Thanks, I'm using a stack of Sunfires, 12 channels worth.
But those Sunfires drive these ESLs just fine, even direct drive (no crossover between ESL panel and amp) is no problem for those amps.
Thanks, I'm using a stack of Sunfires, 12 channels worth.
This is a cool aerial shot of I really got a kick out of reading this thread.
Even though I don't have a RL, it's threads like this that prove my point that this is one of the best auto enthusiast forums.
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
Here's the system I benchmark all others to, it's in a custom designed room, with completely customized speakers and audio gear. But those Sunfires drive these ESLs just fine, even direct drive (no crossover between ESL panel and amp) is no problem for those amps.
The gear is in an adjacent room with it's own AC so it stays cool and keeps the noise out of the listening area. I tried some Krells a decade ago, not enough difference between them and the Sunfires to justify the costs IMHO.
This is a full-boat Multichannel setup, designed to maximize the enjoyment of 5.1 recordings from Steven Wilson/Porcupine Tree. The Sanders are designed for ESL speakers, and I've auditioned them and they are worth it for us ESL owners.
Every channel is actively crossed over and biamped, the room is treated with a mix of commercial and custom acoustic treatments which I spent years optimizing using acoustic measurements. Thanks guys, the adoption pattern is full But if you want some fun Neuronbob, head down I-75 and we can go play at AMP, which is only 15 minutes from my place, and then go watch an F1 race or catch a flick in the home theater.
Here's a panoramic pic of the front of the room, where you can see the six foot tall Martin Logan Monoliths flanking an acoustically transparent screen: And this is a pic of one my proudest achievements, my custom center channel an Infinite Baffle subwoofer. I wish I had taken pictures of my Krell set up before I sold it all. Would be interesting to see what the CTS-V can do on the track.