February 20, 2018 § Leave a comment
“It operated better than advertised, actually, because I’ve never experienced sound like this from my system, other than during those occasional midnight listening sessions. Admittedly, what I consider “excessive volume” might be a bit too loud for many listeners. That being said, I think that only a few listeners might have problems using the S2500 for their high wattage power amplifiers. Those with large systems and especially those with large home theater setups would most likely be better off using the Stromtank S5000. If I had a choice, I would, too, so I didn’t have to worry about the unit shutting down. This is a first world problem if I’ve ever heard one.”
February 19, 2018 § Leave a comment
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February 13, 2018 § Leave a comment
“Oreas are available in two versions, depending on the weight of the component supported: the standard model, suitable for most amps, and a heavy-duty version for massive monoblocks. Morrison brought me eight Oreas intended for the M700’s weight class.
January 20, 2018 § Leave a comment
“”The decoupling materials have been sourced from AcoustiGuard via their Toronto, Ontario, Canada distributor – Wilrep Ltd. I’m using their Iso-Sep PM as the under lay on the floor and high quality vinyl roll flooring on top of the underlay. Sound Channel Acoustic Wall Fabric is glued to the side walls for diffusion and the Art Diffusor Model D that it will be used on the rear wall. Those are sourced through Acoustics First.com. Their site provides 2D and 3D plots showing the dispersion characteristics of all of their diffusion panels – the only company site I know of that does this.”