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Go on, anything that looks fantastic. It doesn't matter how it sounds.. it just has to look good.

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Jadis JD1 CDT for a kick off

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From the late 1990's the Sonic Frontiers (sadly no more)Transport 3 CD Turntable: more info can be found here http://www.anthemav.com/OldSitev1/frames/sfifr.html

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B E A UUUTIFUL :love::love::love::love::love::love::love::upgrade::upgrade::upgrade:

hp100_3v.jpghp100_5v.jpghp_feature.jpgorgasmic :note::note::note::note::note:

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woody wrote:

This to my mind is one of the most beautiful hifi components there is today. Apparently doesn't sound too shoddy either ;)

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Got to be one of the nicest looking decks Ive ever seen Woody, how makes/how much loolaa ?

I think ATCs 50 SCM ASL Ses @ £12,500 (3 amplifiers per speaker too FWIW) pretty lovely.

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Probably the nicest speakers Ive ever seen them produce. Lovely yew veeneer & grpahite baffle hhhhhm. Very nice.

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:love::love::love::love: what a pair
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Ashamed to admit I bought HFN on the basis of their review of those ATCs...

Gorgeous.

Heard the cooking version at a show - very, very impressive, the sort ofeerily smooth power that you can only compare with watching a whale pass under your boat... :love:

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earl of sodbury wrote:

Ashamed to admit I bought HFN on the basis of their review of those ATCs...

Gorgeous.

Heard the cooking version at a show - very, very impressive, the sort ofeerily smooth power that you can only compare with watching a whale pass under your boat... :love:

Wait till you hear what AK thinks of them Earl. :zip:

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Quite right Earl . I was reading the review on the train on the way home last night. Had to put the mag away a couple of stations early so when i stood up i didn't embarrass myself. Bootylicious baby bootylicious:upgrade::upgrade::upgrade::upgrade:

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posted over at choice what i thought CJ.

Salon had a pair in, like you guys I was impressed with the pics, however on closer inspection (and it wasn't at a show, i had plenty of time to examine them unhindered, they are not very well built, in fact given their cost the build is shocking, poorly applied veneer, poor "graphite paint finish" and very hollow and rattly when tapped, certainly can't see where they warrant the retail price, if I liked how they sounded I'd make do with a wooden finished ordinary pair, there was no difference in sound so far as I can tell, and you'd save around £4k into the bargain, and a lot more second hand.

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Duvet wrote:

Quite right Earl . I was reading the review on the train on the way home last night. Had to put the mag away a couple of stations early so when i stood up i didn't embarrass myself. Bootylicious baby bootylicious:upgrade::upgrade::upgrade::upgrade:

:lmao::raoflmfao::lmao:

and AK saith:

posted over at choice what i thought CJ.

Salon had a pair in, like you guys I was impressed with the pics, however on closer inspection (and it wasn't at a show, i had plenty of time to examine them unhindered, they are not very well built, in fact given their cost the build is shocking, poorly applied veneer, poor "graphite paint finish" and very hollow and rattly when tapped, certainly can't see where they warrant the retail price, if I liked how they sounded I'd make do with a wooden finished ordinary pair, there was no difference in sound so far as I can tell, and you'd save around £4k into the bargain, and a lot more second hand.

You are in the thrall of ART and are not to be trusted... :nup:

:lwink:

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