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OK my system is now posted in the systems area.
everything else in your system may be upgraded since the system keeps sounding better and better. Anand.
phono pre. It appears that most of us owners while impressed with Earls system using the receiver, have gone the separates route. While my CJ was out being
. Be that as it may, Earl's system at his house makes you just sit back, relax and not worry about what the other guy have in his/her system.Anand.
This simple statement makes me wonder why everyone seems to have taken one step, believing and purchasing Gedlee speakers, without taking the other steps such as receiver, cables, BP subs....I personally can't really fault much in the way of Earl's logic as it's based in good research.
I agree goskers, but you know what? DIY is such a gas! Anand.
They are not the bottleneck and everything else in your system may be upgraded since the system keeps sounding better and better.
I believe you also said the Class D sounded better then what you are using. Right?
You're killin' me. Here I was thinking my front end is good.
Yup. And that still counts as DIY. Boy is this a fast moving thread. You turn around, and suddenly there are a gazillion replies.Anand.
I've had my preamp and amp for longer than I've had my GedLee speakers.I've done some testing since then, and I'm not sure that at this point I would buy an amp and preamp. I might very well buy something like a Pioneer receiver. Or I might not. Frank builds very durable equipment and it doesn't seem to be uncommon for it to run 25+ years with no issues.
TomS, dwr, TRADERXFAN, & any other GedLee speaker owners: what amp/ receivers are you using?
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