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    Ceiling?

    Correction: i think you have the Multifusers on your ceiling, right?
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    Serious room acoustics

    I understand! Have to admit that because of the windows nothing is possible on the walls. On closer inspection i saw a tiny bit of the Poly Wood on the fourth picture (i know the stuff, my Vicoustic...
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    Why.... behind the speakers?

    May I ask why you made most efforts to tame the rooms acoustics on the least important area, behind the speakers (apart form the bass traps in the corners, which seem to be quite right)?

    Ceiling,...
  4. Adequacy of power

    Among most Harbeth users in this group it is consensus (against the usual audiophile mainstream) that amplifiers *should* sound the same. Only necessity is enough power for the volume-level desired. ...
  5. Stands for under Eur. 100

    I bought some stands on german eBay (new!) for 50,- Euros (you could type BOXEN STANDFUSS SCHWARZ onto german eBay) an the ones with four columns are the ones.

    They send them to France for a...
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    Extreme audio systems and their owners

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30onoWXjYSA

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZHjRe-hm_s

    This youtube-channel leaves you with disbelieve. Very nice: search for "phantic phile"
    ....everything...
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    Temperature very. humidity

    The lower the temperature the HIGHER the relative humidity of the air in the room.
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    Mirroring

    If you use the google picture-search you will see that it seems they usually were mirrored.

    So your assumption, besides sounding logic, is not taking us nearer to the truth.

    Maybe an expert...
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    Beyond reason

    That is really unusual.

    A person that knows it is all BS (or at least very very debatable) deliberately chasing for someone to take away his money!!?? You cannot argue with that.

    Once again a...
  10. Should I?

    Very true.

    I am struggling a little with the invitation. I am a little shy in the end when it comes to visiting people whom I have only spoken to for some minutes (allthough they were incredibly...
  11. Mixing with real English speakers!

    I remember seeing a television programme with James May & Oz Clarke (in search of THE british drink), where they once sat down to eat a traditional english meal. It was a curry.

    And: I (sadly)...
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    Big speakers ...

    I only once went to the Highend many years ago. It was still in Frankfurt and I remember it as being a little disappointing. Maybe I had false expectations. I went there to see some of the finest...
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    Real music in the normal room

    Once again a very cosy looking home and a very practical aproach without the usual audiophile blabla of pushing speakers around a few millimetres and such.

    Music matters!

    And quite possibly it...
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    Perfect execution of an idea

    @manfred:
    You are right. Sorry for capturing the thread with the digital-discussion.

    To stay with the real topic of this thread, I have to say that this Bel Canto-setup is also very much to my...
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    Digital is digital

    @manfred:
    Well, those who compared digital blind had problems in finding differences in any digital, may it be cheap or expensive at all.
    So I doubt that this is possible.

    Besides: if digital...
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    User preferences

    Which could mean that you simply like the sound a tube-amp makes when its clipping. That is the opposite of everything hifi and true fidelity stands for, more exactly: it is a changed and degraded...
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    It's a ..... what?

    It has already been revealed that it is a speaker.

    The SHL5 is the oldest....so...
    The super-tweeter theory is something I also had...but how should I know?

    We will see, and in the meantime my...
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    Real music, here

    I have a dedicated listening room and simply love sitting there, being surrounded by music in its physical (old school) form. Have to admit I never really considered streaming yet.

    It just does...
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    The folly of small amps

    Over the years I went up with the amount of power in my amplification and can now say:
    If you believe the Leben or the Sugden are powerful enough you would be suprised how much you are missing.
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    Someone pays

    Just my thoughts about the 100% consumer-satisfaction return policy.

    I believe this is not really something a company starts to ensure satisfaction.
    It is pure marketing which can only be...
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    Have a look at the Harbeth-newsletter, there is a...

    Have a look at the Harbeth-newsletter, there is a new release from Harbeth to be shown in Munich soon. Could be the thing you are waiting for...?
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    The power of silence

    Mr Shaw stated this on comparable questions numerous times. If you as a manufacturer would say that you are planing to make a new version of an existing speaker in your lineup the sales of the...
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    The Harbeth legacy

    I believe that the whole lineup is good enough not be outdated when something new arrives. I assume that people would need some time to hear the difference between M30 and an M30.1. Not because the...
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    It's a male thing

    Do not think 'wiser' is correct. The two sexes simply deal slightly different with things. And men tend to have more hobbies in which they love to dig deep into the details. At least this is my...
  25. 'Natural sound' is meaningless for pop music

    I have to disagree.

    Surely there are differing recording-qualities, but even a less good production is listenable and not fatiguing at all. It just does not sound very good, but still the music...
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