curry49

GUIDE TO THE BEST HI-FI STEREO SYSTEM - AT THE LEAST COST

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The link said not available in my country.

Curious as to what country that might be.

According to amazon, it's available in all of the following:

Marketplace

Currency

Amazon.com

USD

Amazon.co.uk

GBP

Amazon.de

EUR

Amazon.fr

EUR

Amazon.es

EUR

Amazon.it

EUR

Amazon.nl

EUR

Amazon.co.jp

JPY

Amazon.in

INR

Amazon.ca

CAD

Amazon.com.br

BRL

Amazon.com.mx

MXN

Amazon.com.au

AUD

 

 

 

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Thanks. I got exactly 2 copies 

help me out!

paper?

Good to know you got your copies. But..."paper"...eludes me. If you're asking if a paperback version is available, I'd have to say 'no,' not just yet. (The book is full of links to other resources and so I'd need to figure out how to address those in a printed version - or not. Perhaps later).

Cheers.

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The link said not available in my country.
Curious as to what country that might be.
According to amazon, it's available in all of the following:
Marketplace

Currency

Amazon.com

USD

Amazon.co.uk

GBP

Amazon.de

EUR

Amazon.fr

EUR

Amazon.es

EUR

Amazon.it

EUR

Amazon.nl

EUR

Amazon.co.jp

JPY

Amazon.in

INR

Amazon.ca

CAD

Amazon.com.br

BRL

Amazon.com.mx

MXN

Amazon.com.au

AUD

 

 

 

The link was the US website it won't let UK users buy the item possibly copyright reasons?

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Cheers. I just changed .com to .co.uk in the original URL link and got it straight away to my Kindle app on iPad.

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Great! Good to know everyone's good-to-go.

Hoping the book's direct approach in 'calling a spade a spade' presents a welcome alternative to mags and books which refuse to be clearly definitive.

Cheers! 

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5 minutes ago, curry49 said:

Great! Good to know everyone's good-to-go.

Hoping the book's direct approach in 'calling a spade a spade' presents a welcome alternative to mags and books which refuse to be clearly definitive.

Cheers! 

Thanks for the heads up :)

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Thanks for the heads up :)

Regarding the free offer? No prob. Happy to oblige!
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Thank you for the generous offer, download wasn’t an issue, straight to my kindle via amazon.co.uk

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Got this, so thanks very much for the tip :^

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Thank you for the generous offer, download wasn’t an issue

You're welcome, of course.

Got this, so thanks very much for the tip :^

Ditto!

Curious though as to whether anyone has found it interesting, so far (a bit like the anxious chef). Hopefully, it presents food for thought, at least. (Pardon the pun).

Cheers :D

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Got it, but not started yet. I did read the 'look inside' bit on Amazon and I am highly gratified to learn that I am not the only one who thinks the LS3/5 is nowhere near as good as the larger versions and was far more a marketing 'sell' than based on actual performance. But that's me, I frankly never saw what the fuss was about them and I still don't.

Anyway, that's a topic for another thread. Based on that bit, however, I'm looking forward to the rest!

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Highly gratified…? Same here, on that score. Still, I do like the LS3/5 and others like it (believe it or not). There’ll always be a place for close-monitors, but I also do believe they were pushed way outside their ‘comfort-zone’ and taken way out of context. Nevertheless, I absolutely respect the views of others who may see things differently on this or any other issue.

Thanks for the feedback!

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The LS3/5 was a voice speaker for small studios and outside broadcast vans. It wasn’t ever really designed for music and that was never a secret. But I do find it interesting that so many people try to use very small speakers of any design to listen across a relatively large room. And by LS3/5 standards the average U.K. sitting room is large. If you want the best from such a speaker you sit, up close and personal, in its sound field. 

Note that not being designed for music is not a slur. What matters with this speaker is less what you listen to, more how.

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Well said!

My thanks go out to all who participated. Great site – amazing and welcoming atmosphere. Thanks again.

Cheers! :^

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