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    Default Re: Photos of your beloved Harbeth Speakers & Setup

    Thanks for the lovely photos. You are using unison audio amp? I heard S6 int few yrs back. sound good.

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    Nice picture Jon!
    May I ask what kind of stand you use on the picture? Link?
    T.

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    they look like epos stands? they're very nice. you can still get new ones on the net.

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    They don't look like Epos stands...


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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwwk View Post
    Thanks for the lovely photos. You are using unison audio amp? I heard S6 int few yrs back. sound good.
    Hi , yes its a Unison s2k. Only 14 watts but it sounds superb with the Harbeths. I tend to listen at relatively low volumes, late at night etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagto View Post
    Nice picture Jon!
    May I ask what kind of stand you use on the picture? Link?
    T.
    The stands are by a UK company called Something Solid. They don't seem to have a web site but here is a dealer that sells their stands
    http://www.noteworthyaudio.co.uk/Speaker_Stands.html

    They came with my speakers as they were second hand.

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    Low vol listening without compromise detail and bass. Radial magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Palmer View Post
    The stands are by a UK company called Something Solid. They don't seem to have a web site but here is a dealer that sells their stands
    http://www.noteworthyaudio.co.uk/Speaker_Stands.html

    They came with my speakers as they were second hand.
    Thanks for your answer and link!

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    Default Photos of my rosewood M40.1s

    My New Harbeth M40.1





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    Quote Originally Posted by Hagto View Post
    Thanks for your answer and link!
    I tried the Something Solid stands recently with the P3's and I would recommend avoiding them - the finish really was unacceptable and the design has changed (significantly to the worse imvho). I now have the Music Tools Tool One stands at 67cm tall and they are perfect - at least for the P3 (in size, finish as well as the sound).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmohd View Post
    My New Harbeth M40.1





    Hi bro,
    You got the real sweet rosewood M40.1. Thanks for the photos!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmohd View Post
    My New Harbeth M40.1




    Congratulations on the new M40.1. That is a nice setup there in the dedicated room. May I know what is the turntable model behind the Classe amp? I can just imagine the smooth and grain-free sound from your analog setup coupled with the smooth Classe amp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithwwk View Post
    Hi bro,
    You got the real sweet rosewood M40.1. Thanks for the photos!
    I was there when the beautiful Rosewood M40.1 was unveiled.....truly a great sight to behold.

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    Default M40.1 - majestic

    Guys,

    Thanks for the kind words. The M40.1 ......so Majestic. Texture, micro-dymanics (unheard of with SHL5) , depth, mid, bass control.... organic, outstanding........ I have no bass problems at all in my small room. Even my sons can tell the difference.

    Recently, (Singapoare Annual Hi-fi show) heard megabuks systems (not to mention brand) with systems cost more than an apartment... nothing and nothing IMO, can come close to M40.1.


    Ryder,

    TT is from VPI Scout with standard arm. Phonostages: Graham Slee V and Jolida. Cables, standard that came with the TT.

    BTW, have not try with analogue yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmohd View Post
    Thanks for the kind words. The M40.1 ......so Majestic. Texture, micro-dymanics (unheard of with SHL5) , depth, mid, bass control.... organic, outstanding........ I have no bass problems at all in my small room. Even my sons can tell the difference.

    Recently, (Singapoare Annual Hi-fi show) heard megabuks systems (not to mention brand) with systems cost more than an apartment... nothing and nothing IMO, can come close to M40.1.
    Glad to know you do not have bass issue bro!

    Same thinking here: Nothing, IMO too, nothing can come close to Harbeth sound I heard so far..

    Wow...hope I can own M40.1 in future....

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    Default Re: Photos of my rosewood M40.1s

    Hi Jmohd,

    Very pretty, especially so in rosewood.
    Are the speaker stand custom made?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunshine View Post
    Hi Jmohd,

    Very pretty, especially so in rosewood.
    Are the speaker stand custom made?

    Cheers
    Hi Sunshine,

    The stands are from our local dealer. All welded steel construction. Top and bottom frames are fabricated from about 25mm thk. solid flat bar and pillars are of hollow sections (tubing) which are injected with "damping" compound.

    Really heavy...

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    Hi Jmohd, can't help but congratulate you on your new 40.1s - they're absolutely gorgeous in your beautiful listening room, and I'm sure they make equally stunning music with your Classe amp.

    Thanks for the pics and hope your heart isn't racing too fast!

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    Default Re: Photos of my rosewood M40.1s

    Quote Originally Posted by Jmohd View Post
    My New Harbeth M40.1




    Truly a nice set up. Should have ordered my 40.1 in rosewood. Do you have your set up in a dedicated room and what are the dimensions if I may ask? Have been entertaining thoughts of building a dedicated room but the following dimensions are the maximum I can squeeze - 11.5 feet width, 16-18 feet lenght and about 9 feet height. I have been told I need about 14 feet width for the 40.1 and the speakers may be too much for a room of the mentioned dimensions.

    Thanks

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    Hi kathylim,

    Yes, I do have a dedicated hifi room. My room is very small, about L 20ft x W 9ft x H 9ft. As you can see, there are sound treatments all around the room.

    IMO, your room size, will be ok. For ideal room size, please visit http://www.cardas.com/content.php?ar...ing=Room+Setup

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