Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes

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floresjc

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #120 on: 15 Oct 2009, 09:42 pm »
finally upgraded my system with photos on audiogon

http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/fr.pl?vevol&994629402&read

here's three classics   2006 salk 1961 Wurlitzer 1953 Kay Upright Bass



What finish are these HT3's?
Very nice.
Thanks,
Bill

Bill -

I am 99% sure those are waterfall bubinga with the hand rubbed high gloss finish. I've seen a lot of bubinga (since I ordered one of my systems in the same wood) and judging by Jim's photos and the forum here, is probably the most popular non-standard veneer he makes.

vintagebob

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #121 on: 18 Oct 2009, 06:08 pm »
SoundScape 10s eucalyptus
HT2-Center and HT-1s with Honey Oak finish and black satin baffles.







« Last Edit: 12 Dec 2011, 06:18 am by vintagebob »

Mr_Superstar

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Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #122 on: 19 Dec 2009, 02:34 pm »
This is a terrible quality picture, but I thought I'd post it anyway. My speakers are cat approved: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=logo#/photo.php?pid=55708999&id=6825153

AlexG

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Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #123 on: 26 Dec 2009, 09:06 pm »
I promised myself to catch-up with pending “to do” prior to year end. This post was on the list…These HT3’s are finished in Ambrosia Maple and were Jim’s personal pair for a while. I have my eyes on them when the original sale did not go through earlier this year. Called Jim and told him to hold them for me – drove up to Livonia, MI for the AKFEST this past May, attended the show, had a great time and brought these speakers back home with me (no FedEx truck here)!
As for how they sound…all I can say is that they are one of the best sounding speakers that I have heard at any price for a long time. This includes reproducing both digital and vinyl sourced material! I asked Jim to build me a second pair of bottom plinth as I wanted the speakers to seat a little higher. 
More pictures in my gallery.

Alex –

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Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #124 on: 16 Jan 2010, 01:19 pm »
Pro Packaging!!!!



Ahh- Fresh Air!!!


Temporary Setup ---  Got alot of "rearranging" to do!!!

evan1

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #125 on: 16 Jan 2010, 01:30 pm »
Pro Packaging!!!!



Ahh- Fresh Air!!!


Temporary Setup ---  Got alot of "rearranging" to do!!!




 :thumb:

martyo

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #126 on: 16 Jan 2010, 01:34 pm »


Apparently I never did post here. I think I was going to take better pics and never did.  8)

Big Red Machine

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« Reply #127 on: 16 Jan 2010, 01:58 pm »





evan1

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« Reply #128 on: 16 Jan 2010, 02:09 pm »



martyo

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #129 on: 16 Jan 2010, 02:22 pm »

evan1

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #130 on: 16 Jan 2010, 02:23 pm »
Ohhh, there they are Pete, nice. :thumb:

Hey Pete how about a comparison between these and the HT 3's ?

taoggniklat

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Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #131 on: 20 Jan 2010, 06:19 pm »
Love my Song Series!



I was lucky enough to see and hear this system in person and it is nice. As said before, pictures just don't capture the workmanship and finish of these.

Kinger

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #132 on: 27 Jan 2010, 01:54 am »
My new ST/RT's from the listening position.  Bad picture..........


Stylus

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #133 on: 5 Mar 2010, 03:00 am »
I finally got around to taking some pictures of my system since moving everything to there new room.  The room started as a two-room add-on to the house we bought a couple of years ago.  I removed a couple walls and turned it into a dedicated music/entertainment room.  The room is roughly 15' 9" x 22' x 8' but narrrows for a bit in the middle due to the fireplace on the other side of the wall and a built-in cabinet.

It is still a work-in-process as I have more room treatments to due and  still working on furniture, art, etc.  It will get there someday!















Meicheng

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Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #134 on: 5 Mar 2010, 03:09 am »
Stylus, that is a wicked nice, comfortable looking room.  When can I move in!  SWEET.

Kinger

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #135 on: 5 Mar 2010, 03:21 am »
That is one really nice looking room.

ctouhey

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #136 on: 5 Mar 2010, 03:27 am »
Thanks for the recent pictures!  I am way live and echo-y and will need treatment, more rugs, etc.

I look at these treated environments and I am envious!

Chris

charmerci

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #137 on: 5 Mar 2010, 08:19 am »
When you post the pics, it would be nice if you would also mention the veneer....    :thumb:

low.pfile

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #138 on: 5 Mar 2010, 08:55 am »
@Stylus

Very sweet room! The TT/Amp shelf unit is very nice. Did you design/build that?

cheers,
ed


Stylus

Re: Members Gallery, Pictures of Salk speakers in members homes
« Reply #139 on: 5 Mar 2010, 02:36 pm »
Thanks for all of the comments.  :D

The ST's are in the standard Cherry veneer.  The stand that the equipment is on is actually a coffee table  :icon_surprised:  I bought it quite a few years ago during a blow out sale with the purpose of it being a AV stand, it has done well.  The biggest weakness is it doesn't hold much gear.