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Prince and The Revolution - Purple Rain (Live in Syracuse

 

Hamilton Joe Frank & Reynolds - Fallin' In Love

 

True - Spandau Ballet

 

Grover Washington JR - "Soulful Strut"

 

TEMPTATIONS - STAY

 

Gladys Knight Midnight Train to Georgia

 

Christopher Cross - Sailing

 

Roberta Flack: Killing Me Softly (LP Record)

 

Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes (HD

 

Blue Öyster Cult ft. Moe. - "Don't Fear the Reaper"

 

 

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1 hour ago, wain71 said:

there's some classics there, Midnight train to georgia, True, killing me softly, purple rain.....great mix...you a DJ in your spare time?

Not a DJ Wayne, I just love music so I sit around and think to much and stuff pops into my head of something comes up on YT that I forgot about. I built my own HiFi speaker cabinet in the mid 50 before stereo then build a second one for stereo. Plus I built my own Heathkit amp and preamp and bought a Electrovoice 12in woofer, mid-range and high frequency hornes. Then I went big time and bought a pair of Altec Lansing cabinets weighing 250lbs each with 15in woofers,mid and high frequency drivers and a McIntosh Receiver to go with them.

 

 

 

 

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I have Sennheiser over the ear noise - canceling wireless HQ headphones Rodger, nice well balanced sound with deep bass you can feel in your toes without being to overly done.

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Nice one Adam, looks good... music is such an important part of life, for me it will bring back memories... for example, early 80s there was a song 99 Red Balloons, after 2 weeks final exercise in my army training we got on a coach to come home, that was on the radio, reminds me of that point, Dire Straits takes me back to when me and the wife met, one song reminds me of when I was based in Gibraltar... my mum and dad played Elvis a lot, his songs remind me of Sunday morning at home as a kid... now though I listen to anything that makes my foot tap, though I do like the latest dance and a bit of drum and bass....also you posted a Teddy Swims video, never heard of him, I have now, what a voice....

Sorry I'm rambling now but you get the point, life is better with music..

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2 hours ago, wain71 said:

Nice one Adam, looks good... music is such an important part of life, for me it will bring back memories... for example, early 80s there was a song 99 Red Balloons, after 2 weeks final exercise in my army training we got on a coach to come home, that was on the radio, reminds me of that point, Dire Straits takes me back to when me and the wife met, one song reminds me of when I was based in Gibraltar... my mum and dad played Elvis a lot, his songs remind me of Sunday morning at home as a kid... now though I listen to anything that makes my foot tap, though I do like the latest dance and a bit of drum and bass....also you posted a Teddy Swims video, never heard of him, I have now, what a voice....

Sorry I'm rambling now but you get the point, life is better with music..

 

Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing (1978) [REMASTERED HD]

 

Al Stewart - Year Of The Cat (Remastered Version)

 

The Temptations - Just My Imagination

 

 

 

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On 5/10/2024 at 9:54 AM, Rodger Pettichord said:

Nice tunes and nice system, Adam. Got good headphones?

That system was then this is now, a pair of M&K satellite speakers with a 12in subwoofer powered by my vintage Bob Carver receiver.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, adambar said:

That system was then this is now, a pair of M&K satellite speakers with a 12in subwoofer powered by my vintage Bob Carver receiver.

 

 

 

Do you have this system in a dedicated man cave? 

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9 hours ago, Rodger Pettichord said:

Do you have this system in a dedicated man cave? 

When I had the Altec Lansing speakers they were down in the family room. With the M&K satellite speakers they are on a stand on either side of my flat screen tv in the living room. The sub woofer is wireless so I can put it anywhere out of the way.

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