Taken on a nice Spring day (today), with the old Quads playing especially well.
That's a heck of a view, Art. Your room has an air of balance and peace about it.
Thanks! We're lucky to live where we live -- and if I were to change the room, it would only be to make the window bigger (taller, actually), so I could see more from my seat. Damn the sonic consequences.
I forget what gear I was using when you were here in '03, but we had just moved in, and I don't think I had put in the cherry floor yet (or painted the walls blue). Color changes everything!
I love the rug. And the view.
Why does everyone have a better view than me??? I gotta get out of the basement!
Kind of like church with a view toward heaven and sound to match!!!!!
Just for curiousity, what are those wall of yours made of? Are they by any chance plasterboard?
Hi, Luciano. The construction is average for this area: half-inch sheetrock on wooden studs. Two walls are load-bearing, as the room is on a corner of the house. The ceiling is sheetrock, too, and the floor is three-quarter-inch hardwood (cherry) on a pywood subfloor.
Great view - I'm jealous (of amps as well) - thanks for sharing with us!
But how did you make the sheetrock rigid enough for not suffer the usual mid range suckout when we have not rigid enough membranes, like plasterboards glued to rigid walls?
What kind of stands are you using under your Quads? I want a pair for mine. andy weis
Hi Andy --
I apologize for taking a half a year to respond: That's beyond the pale, even by my standards...
Those are just old Linn Isobarik stands. They wor, though!
I've begun work on my own home-made (wood) stands, and if they come out okay I'll post something about them.
Thats it !!! Gratz Mr Art. And thanks for help in choosing the best equipments. Regards
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