Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night

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tparm

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Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« on: 21 May 2023, 01:08 am »
Just sharing my evening with Graham Nash with my Odyssey friends. And it’s National Whisky Day!






GentleBender

Re: Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« Reply #1 on: 2 Jun 2023, 06:54 pm »
Are you still using the Naim to drive the Liquids?

qdrone

Re: Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« Reply #2 on: 18 Jun 2023, 06:55 pm »
What kind of cables you running to them. Best bang for the buck.

tparm

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Re: Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« Reply #3 on: 21 Jun 2023, 12:10 am »
Are you still using the Naim to drive the Liquids?

Sorry, hadn’t checked in for a bit, was on vacation last week.
Currently using a Mola Mola Kula with Tambaqui DAC. And I’m still intrigued to try a stand alone Tambaqui with loaded Kismets, but man this thing is magical. The control, speed, liquidity (see what I did there) and silent background of the Kula is inspirational. 

tparm

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Re: Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« Reply #4 on: 21 Jun 2023, 12:11 am »
What kind of cables you running to them. Best bang for the buck.

Since I went down to one box I upgraded my cables. Using Audio Art Cables Statement AC and speaker cables. I love the Furutech terminations on the speaker cables. Power cord is Rhodium and speaker cable terminations are gold.

qdrone

Re: Liquids sounding lovely on a Saturday night
« Reply #5 on: 29 Dec 2023, 07:21 am »
I was using Morrow SP-7 which really sounds great with my Liquids then I sent them in and moved up to the their flagship Morrow 2023 Anniversary.  The SP-7 are great speaker cables but The Anniversary  are just more of everything. I burned them in on a cooker for 21 days yet it took 500 hours of music to settle in. Very happy.