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  1. Thanks Darren Thats indeed a mighty one... However I would assume even the best DACs can not correct the imperfections of the room? Anything else you did to fix the room itself apart from acoustic treatments?
  2. Out of curiosity, what did you replace your DEQX with?
  3. Only if you could have a matched pair...😨
  4. Item: RCA VT-231 6SN7 tubes Price Range: Market rate Item Condition: New or Used Extra Info: looking for a matched pair of RCA VT-231 6SN7 tubes. Let me know if you would like to part with yours. Cheers. Please don't forget to report your post as FOUND when possible. (You can now delete this text).
  5. Yep, I hate lifeless and dull sound too! I’m lucky my wife is very understanding and tolerant. She is actually suggesting I should get a projector with transparent screen so that I can move the TV and rack out from in between the speakers.
  6. Sorry mate, my bad. I thought they were Vicoustics products. Care to share more details about them? Cheers
  7. Thanks mate for the advise. This is much much appreciated. I will try out your suggestion in the next few days and report back. Cheers.
  8. @Yamaha_man Thanks mate. I used to use Vicoustic products as well. I replaced them with GIK products and experienced a nice jump in SQ. Looking at your room and the HK room I’m thinking maybe I should also use more diffusers on the ceilings.
  9. Thanks @2Brix @petetherock Im not sure if these are diffusers as the wells seem to have the same depth. The photo was taken at a Hong Kong Hi-Fi shop while I was travelling in HK last year. The room didn’t seem like heavily treated but the sound was truly astounding. These Rockport speakers produced some most uncanny imaging and holographic soundstage I had ever heard. The singer was so palpable, occupying a real human size space in the air. The experience was truly jaw dropping. Ever since then I acquired a pair of Audio Physic speakers which are also known for their imaging and soundstaging. I have been trying to duplicate the same experience in my room but I’m still not quite there after a whole years effort. My current set up has bass traps in the corners, absorption panels at the primary reflection points on the walls and ceiling. See picture attached below. Some panels are sitting on the chairs temporarily : ). Once I decide on their final placement I will fix them on the walls. Still trying to place some additional panels here and there but I’m not getting much depth not to mention a holographic soundstage. It’s getting a bit frustrating. Any input is appreciated. Cheers.
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