Maggie LRS+ Schiit Vidar, a Two-channel Audio System by steve k

Maggie LRS
Room Size
System Overview
Detailed with good soundstaging. Sound is well integrated and tone is spot on.
Music Preferences
Jazz, classical, world, rock, bluegrass, or just about anything but rap.
Room Description
One end of finished basement. Drywall walls and ceiling, padded carpeting over concrete slab.
Acoustic Treatment
DIY wood quadratic diffusor on front wall, corner traps and fabric wall hangings on rear wall.
Listening Impressions
My system has evolved from biamped with all VTL tube amps to Class D amps and back to Class AB. I've now downsized from modded Maggie IIIA's to LRS+ driven by the Schiit Vidar. I loved the sound of the Goldmund Job 225 but it just couldn't push the LRS+ hard enough. As much as I liked the IIIA's, I think the LRS+ are more seamless and tonally more correct. I was looking to simplify my system from biamping and active crossovers to an amp and speakers. It worked! The only weakness of the LRS is they're light on bass but with a HSU sub, that's no longer an issue as it integrates really well with the LRS+ from 60Hz down.
Digital Source
Rega Planet CD player as transport with Museatex Bitstream DAC with latest mods by John Wright
Analog Source
VPI HW19 with TNT 3.3 platter with Audiomods Series 4 arm and Musickraft Lithium cartridge (a Denon 103R MC cartridge re-engineered, VPI SDS Speed Controller and IFI Black Label Phono preamp
Herron VTSP-3A preamp
Power Amp
Schiit Vidar power amp
Magnepan LRS+
Speaker Cable
Shunyata Zitron Anaconda
Audioquest Golden Gate Cables
Power Cables
Shunyata Black Mambas
VTI racks
Power Cond
Shunyata Hydra 4 with combination of Shunyata Taipan Helixes, Shunyata Black Mambas and Shunyata Python Helix from the wall.
Tuning and Tweaks
HiFi Tuning Premium Fuses in speakers, Preamp and Power Amps/DIY Quadratic Diffusor centered behind speakers/corner traps and Fabric wallhangings on back wall