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Hari Iyer

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that's sorcery.. I do not see a single dangling cable near the speakers.. any secret project on making it wireless.
I think you are grossly mistaken, there is a thick 1/2" cable that goes to the cable from the behind. Also there are many cables behind the source, amplifiers which make a cable mess over there.
 
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Well compared to a lot of set up showcased here mine is not worth mentioning. The best i could do was set up a HT on my master bedroom as there is no luxury of a dedicated room.Denon 2400 paired with Dali Zensor3,Zensor1,Zensor Vokal and Bic PL200-ii. 3d blu ray player Sony BDP-4500 and tv is Sony KDL-43W950C. On ceiling using small yamaha satellite speakers that came along with yht 299 for testing atmos. Will be upgrading to some good speakers soon.View attachment 32688View attachment 32689
New member to my HT setup sitting in the us. Will be getting it next month when my friend visits. Can’t wait
 

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Source : RPi + Allo BOSS DAC , CCA
Buffer : FX-Audio Tube (Voshkod 6ZH1P-EV) buffer
Amp : Norge 1000 Gold
Speakers : Leron MKII (Dayton RS-100 FR drivers)
Subwoofer: MJ Acoustics Reference 100
same question here too - are the ears at same height as the dayton drivers at listening position ?

or maybe you have arrived at this after experimenting..

tried the sub parallel to the speakers or ahead of them ??

sometimes its the house considerations that come in play

but a nice rig overall and looks very nice too

no need to change anything as long as the music is flowing and the feet are tapping..and the hands are free to move
( except to scratch the audio itch :) )

regards
 

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same question here too - are the ears at same height as the dayton drivers at listening position ?

or maybe you have arrived at this after experimenting..

tried the sub parallel to the speakers or ahead of them ??
They are at ear level. Picture shows they are higher than ear level but they are not.

Integrating sub is complex. Have been trying with different placement for an year now. My observations are:

Placement 1: Centre to speakers (behind TV Stand) - Look wise, it is good as it completely disappears behind the TV stand. Bass was boomy. Sound wise -Very bad
Placement 2: Centre to speakers (front to TV stand) - Sounds great, tight punch. 'No-No' from wife as it sits right at center of the living room.
Placement 3: Right Corner - Not good as placement #2 but not bad as placement #1. Compromise. Small & cheap arrangements like yoga mat and Carom coin:) under the spikes helped to improve the Sub's performance.
 

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clean simple and cool.

are those 30.1 placed higher than they should be ?

cannot get a listening height perspective from the pic - so asking

regards
The stands are taller than standard 30.1 stands.but the tweeters are 90 cm from the floor which is same as my ears at my listening position.
 

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^ Hi.. Have heard that those Harbeth are really something special. How do they sound ?
 

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^ Hi.. Have heard that those Harbeth are really something special. How do they sound ?
For me they are detailed,not analytical,open sounding but non fatiguing, great natural midrange with presence,holographic feel on some recordings,while some recording are very flat.they are true to recording.but forgiving on low quality.I haven't heard any other harbeths.so can't compare.infact I have only heard other hifi systems only couple of times.
 

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Harbeths have a non fatiguing sound, totally centered around the midrange. May not sound good for Rock music.
 

Shinto

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For me they are detailed,not analytical,open sounding but non fatiguing, great natural midrange with presence,holographic feel on some recordings,while some recording are very flat.they are true to recording.but forgiving on low quality.I haven't heard any other harbeths.so can't compare.infact I have only heard other hifi systems only couple of times.
Missed this one:They are very very good at low volumes.
 
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