Tendaberry

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About Tendaberry

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    Hamburg

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  • Turn Table
    LinnSondek LP12 Keel
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    Ekos 2/Akiva
  • SUT / Phono Stage
    Radikal/Urika
  • Digital Source 1
    Linn Akurate DSM Kat
  • Power Amp/s
    2 x Linn Majik 6100
  • My Speakers
    Linn Akubarik (act.)
  • Headphones
    Grado PS500e
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    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. At first I ran my Ninkas (bi-amped) active with a 5125, which was nice indeed. But when the CHakra poweramps were released, I traded the 5125 for a C6100 and ran the Ninkas triamped active, which was a major improvement. I don't remember any overbearing bass, nor any exaggerated brightness.
  2. I have a friend, who biamped his Kan II with two Klouts, no lack of bass there...
  3. As far as I know, you can select in Konfig for the Majik DSM whether the phono signal should be digitised or not. For Akurate and Klimax DSM models with Katalyst this is no longer possible. @ Stalaktite: It looks like you have a few very deep cuts in your Space Optimisation 1, have you tried modifying the gain and width?
  4. Or none of the above. My previous dealer forgot to do the mod inside my Akubariks, when he converted the bass to active. He did install the active cards in the amp though. It just sounded a bit weird... Can't really tell about Exakt + active cards though....
  5. DB1328 might be able to tell you about the upgrade from Akurate to Klimax Radikal shortly
  6. Please do try to remove the sorbothane and see what impact that has. I have had some bad experience with sorbothane. Do try putting some Gunstig pads - as advocated by Paul - under them instead. The effect depends a lot on what kind of furniture your DSM and Radikal are sitting on currently.
  7. Tendaberry

    Disable Spotify Connect

    I don't have Spotify, so I can't tell if this works, but if you have a Linn account, you can - under sources - change the visibility of Spotify. Worth trying maybe?
  8. Sentimental Hygiene is also one of his strongest, I think. And yes, The Wind is terrific!
  9. Good one! It kinda depends on my mood, which one I prefer. Then again, there are also Christmas And The Beads Of Sweat and Gonna Take A Miracle to consider...
  10. I found it very difficult to limit myself to 20, so there might be a few more... Marvin Gaye – What’s Going On Laura Nyro – Eli And The Thirteenth Confession Bruce Springsteen – Darkness On The Edge Of Town Bob Dylan – Blood On The Tracks Joni Mitchell – Hejira The Weather Station – The Weather Station (2017) Miles Davis – Kind Of Blue John Coltrane – A Love Supreme R.E.M. – Automatic For The People Elis Regina – Elis (1974) James Carr – You Got My Mind Messed Up Al Green – Call Me Neil Young – After The Goldrush Chris Stapleton – Traveller Steely Dan – Katy Lied Martha Wainwright ‎– Martha Wainwright Tom Waits – Swordfishtrombones Van Morrison – His Band And The Street Choir Wilco- Sky Blue Sky Lucinda Williams – Car Wheels On A Gravel Road Caetano Veloso – Caetano Veloso (1967) Dusty Springfield – Dusty In Memphis Aretha Franklin – Spirit In The Dark Lou Reed – New York Rickie Lee Jones ‎– Rickie Lee Jones Vanessa da Mata – Sim Frank Zappa– Apostrophe (') Frank Sinatra ‎– Songs For Swingin' Lovers! O’Jays – Back Stabbers Bob Marley & The Wailers ‎– Catch A Fire The Beatles – Revolver
  11. Now that's a very nice list I'll have to think a bit about mine...
  12. Tendaberry

    Prog 1969-1973

    Swedish Prog anyone? Here are two tracks from PughRogefeldt's debut from 1969. https://youtu.be/fDbLzHm9kOo https://youtu.be/pkOMDvtVhZ4
  13. Tendaberry

    Prog 1969-1973

    Blinded By The Light is actually a Springsteen-song...
  14. It's the first one I've experienced in a long time. A bit annoying, wanted to hear the "new" Neil Young album.