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  1. I have heard these briefly and really enjoyed the way they flowed. They look fantastic too, the pictures don’t do the polished concrete finish justice.
  2. I think the T series might be about to be replaced. There may be some new models coming, or discounts in the current stuff.
  3. One is volume, the other is channel selection. I was referring more to the valves and transformers in my comment though - power on the left side, and two channels of amplification on the right. that’s the amplification right in front of you, it’s all functional.
  4. I do like a form follows function aesthetic, and that’s what you’re getting with an amp like this. Everything you can see has a purpose.
  5. A few months down the track, and the problem is mostly solved. My wife found these plastic boxes in Big W that are perfectly sized for CDs. We’ve loaded two side boards and the boxes are easy to slide out and look through. There are still more CDs to find a home for, but at least a reasonable number are out of sight, and easily accessible. Next step is to put them in some kind of order!
  6. I’m also thinking that may help, but have not tried anything yet. Not sure if I can use Gaia with my sub as it’s a Rel on rails, but I could use some of their orea pucks
  7. Wondering which isolation platforms are recommended? I have mine on a HiFi racks oak rack with their isolation platform. This has always worked well, on my timber floor. I recently added a subwoofer which appears to be feeding back with the turntable (fine with CD player), and it has been suggested that I may need to improve isolation. I have Isoacoustics Gaia on my speakers which I have found to be one of the best upgrades I have done. Therefore I’m thinking of trying one of their Delos platforms, but before I do, thought I’d post here for thoughts. I’ve not found much info on the Delos in
  8. Many thanks for your thoughtful and detailed response, I suspect I’ll come back to this as a resource throughout the implementation. I’m starting with a single sub, but may add another down the track. This does seem to be the way to get the best out of them. I have really enjoyed my WLM speakers, this little sub does need to do some work to make them sound bigger. There is a WLM bass module that would be interesting in this scenario, but I do not have it. I run them conventionally, like any other speaker. I would pick up a module if one came up for sale separately, but they
  9. I’ve had a sub in my system for the first time today, a very generous member has left it with me on trial. Looking for a few tips on set up, I’ve got it blended fairly well in that I can’t hear the sub itself and my speakers have a little more weight, though it’s fairly subtle. I’ve been watching Paul McGowans videos on YouTube recently, and he talks regularly about subs revealing hidden octaves, I would not say I’ve achieved that. The sub is a Rel T3, and I am running it with a Weston Time Machine 300b amp, and a pair of WLM Diva monitors. The room is long but fairly narrow, with
  10. That looks quite neat. Thanks for the links
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