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7ES3s at home in Japan

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  • 7ES3s at home in Japan

    Here are my 7es3's at home.
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    Wooden C7 stands (in Japan)

    nice setup. How is the wooden stand? I always wonder how can i buy those stands though i'm using a skylan stand? How much did u pay for e wooden stand?

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    • #3
      Nice amps!

      Originally posted by holden View Post
      Here are my 7es3's at home.
      Nice amps - a Leben AND a Luxman. . . the perks of living in Japan. Had to import a Luxman L-550 A II back home as we don't have a local Luxman distributor. Lux class A sound really suits the Compact 7.

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      • #4
        Nice stand. I have seen this wooden stand in Japan when I was visiting my in-law, as well as seeing these stand in Japanese HiFi magazine. I would like to know as well if this wood stand is compare to aluminum / metal stand, or compact wood of Skylan.

        {Moderator's comment: the stand is made by Harbeth Japan in Japan and is not available for export outside Japan.}

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        • #5
          Why not make stands?

          hi there

          I always wish those stands... seems to look very japanese...
          The bigest problem with Harbeth speakers are the stands.
          I read a lot, about of stands designs and try a few with diferent results and my conclution is that: Harbeth must design stands for own speakers!
          So why just for Japan?


          Harbeth: the most natural ...marketing

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          • #6
            Woden stands for C7ES2/C7ES3

            Originally posted by naim-c7 View Post
            Nice stand. I have seen this wooden stand in Japan when I was visiting my in-law, as well as seeing these stand in Japanese HiFi magazine. I would like to know as well if this wood stand is compare to aluminum / metal stand, or compact wood of Skylan.

            {Moderator's comment: the stand is made by Harbeth Japan in Japan and is not available for export outside Japan.}
            I don't really know how they compare to other stands but I did have a pair of wooden stands that were not open frame when I had the c7es2. I put the c7es2s on the open ones and they sounded noticeably better in my opinion - more spacious sounding with better bass detail. Then I put the c7es3s on and it was even better!

            The stands are very light but strong. It's a pity they aren't available in the UK. I'm sure lots of Harbeth owners would like the look.

            I'm hoping to get a turntable soon and start building a vinyl collection. Looking at a Yamaha GT2000.

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            • #7
              Nice setup with Leben + Harbeth

              hi holden,

              a really nice setup. the leben amplifier (cs-300 i think) looks really beautiful. i have the chance to hear the cs-300 and cs-600. really great in combination with harbeth loudspeakers..

              cheers,
              chris

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              • #8
                Luxman 550 A2 + C7ES3

                I own the luxman 550 A2 with C7es3, amazing synergy so musical that you can expend hrs listening alone. Love the combo.

                Hegel dac hd11 great match.

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