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    Default 100 Most Important Audio Components

    Hello,
    Since the last couple of audio related lists seemed to generate some interesting comments and opinions from quite a few members, I thought I would bring up another. This was a listing done by Stereophile in November of 2002, they asked the reviewing staff to list the 100 audio components that they felt were most significant, in their opinion.
    Here goes in descending order:
    100). Polk Cobra Cable
    99). Advent 201 cassette deck
    98). Nakamichi Dragon
    97). AR 3A speakers
    96). Crown DC300A power amp
    95). Magnum Dynalab FT-101A tuner
    94). Nagra IV-S open reel deck
    93). ReVox A77
    92). Dahlquist DQ-10 speakers
    91). Yamaha NS1000 speakers
    90). The Advent Speaker
    89). Supex SD900 MC phono cartridge
    88). Acoustic Energy AE1 speakers
    87). Acoustat 2+2 speakers
    86). Rowland Concentra Integrated Amp
    85). Vendetta Research SCP-2 pre-preamp
    84). Audio Alchemy Digital Transmission Interface
    83). Janis W-1 sub
    82). MBL 101d speakers
    81). PSB Alpha
    80). Digital Audio Labs Card Deluxe
    79). Thorens TD124
    78). Quick Silver MX-190 amp
    77). Dynavector Karat DV-17D MC cartridge
    76). Hafler DH-200
    75). Spica TC50 speakers
    74). Advent 300 receiver
    73). Sony CDP-101
    72). Philips CD-100
    71). Shahinian Obelisk
    70). Sennheiser HD-414
    69). Shure V-15
    68). Grado Original
    67). McIntosh MR78 tuner
    66). Sequerra Model 1
    65). Avant Garde Uno
    64). Sonus Faber Guarneri Homage
    63). Pas Labs Aleph amp
    62). DNM Solid Core speaker wire
    61). Musical Fidelity Digilog
    60). Arcam Delta
    59). PS Audio Link D/A
    58). Audio Alchemy Digital Decoding Engine
    57). Oracle Delphi turntable
    56). SOTA Star Sapphire turntable
    55). VPI HW-19 turntable
    54). Well Tempered turntable
    53). Roksan Xerxes turntable
    52). Audio Power Industries Power Wedge 1
    51). PS Audio P300 Power Plant
    50). KEF Reference 107
    49). Apogee Scintilla speakers
    48). KLH 9 speakers
    47). CAT SL-1 preamp
    46). Musical Fidelity Nu-Vista CD player
    45). Nagra D
    44). Graham Tonearm
    43). SME 3009
    42). Meridian D600
    41). Celestion SL-600
    40). Cello Palette EQ
    39). TacT R2.0 digital EQ
    38). Cary CAD805
    37). Halcro dm58 amp
    36). Meridian MCD
    35). Sony SCD-1 SACD player
    34). Levinson No.30 D/A
    33). GAS Ampzilla
    32). Niam NAP250
    31). Audible Illusions Modulus preamp
    30). Rega Planar 3 turntable
    29). Adcom GFA-555 amp
    28). Mod Squad Tip Toes
    27). Spendor BC-1 speakers
    26). Thiel CS3.6 speakers
    25). BBC LS3/5a speakers
    24). Wilson WATT
    23). Martin Logan CLS
    22). ARC D-150 amp
    21). Levinson LNP-2 preamp
    20). Monster Original speaker wire
    19). NAD 3020
    18). ARC SP10 preamp
    17). Krell KSA-100
    16). Levinson ML-2
    15). Dynaco ST70
    14). Boulder 2008
    13). Conrad Johnson ART preamp
    12). Levinson No. 33
    11). Rockport System III turntable
    10). B&W Nautilus
    9). Infinity IRS
    8). Wilson WAMM
    7). B&W 801
    6). Magnapan Timpani
    5). AR XA turntable
    4). Koetsu Rosewood
    3). Vandersteen 2 speakers
    2). Quad ESL-63 speakers
    1). Linn LP12 turntable

    I hope this is helpful when looking for classic gear; as I go upstairs and listen to my #93 playing through #83 and #23, maybe the #69 will show up so I can put it on #5. Hopefully!
    Enjoy, Ken
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    A local Polkie gave me his collection of Stereophile mags.
    I really don't need any more info/lists. I need more $$$$!!!
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    What is the Polk Cobra Cable ????

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    I have suscribed to them for years and that is quite a list Ken and picking 100 things is of course as subjective as the BCS poll of college teams. One thing or caveat, if you dont or haven't used stereophile as a marketing technique your gear is left out. There are several companies not noted because of this, but its certainly something to dig our teeth into......audio rocks.

    I might present that the work of Henry Wolcott is not noted, his amplifier circuit is noted as particular genius within the industry. Perhaps not considered "vintage" enough. Nothing from Carver noted....

    Pretty cool seeing the Cobra's, when we were invited to Matt's he talked a bit about cable and how he wished he might of pursued them more.
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    Can't say I'd agree with the list 100%, and I'm sure there would be some significant changes if it were published today (especially with respect to the digital equipment), but it is definitely a list of products that have had a significant impact on the market. Some were long lasting products that went through many iterations; some were short lived but influential.

    I've had direct experience with about 2 dozen of products listed, but only one has managed to become a permanent part of my collection (#55).

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    Nothing from Bob C, only a cable mentioned from Polk... and no Bose on the list. Looks like BS if you ask me.:tongue:
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    November of 20002??? Is this a futuristic opinion???

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    Yep! Everything will be dinosaur and vintage by then. Everything will be museum piece. I am keeping the time on my time capsule to 20003 to see what the 2002 looks like. :tongue:

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    Sorry about the extra "0" in the date, digital error I guess. Actually, all things considered I think it's a pretty good list. Sure, everyone's favorites might not be included, but then it would be "your" list not their's.
    Maybe a list of the best little known components? I think the Hegeman HAP I preamp would be on it.
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    Pretty good list! It gets some additional validity by not having anything from Bob Carver included. I'm proud to say there's a few components on the list I have owned, most notably the Magnepan Timpani's. I've got a couple of Dynaco ST70's, well kits really, in cardboard boxes waiting for me to have time to mess with them. I've owned DQ10's and the original Large Advent speakers. Thanks Ken, that's an interesting list!

    Marantz must not have been a good Stereophile advertiser because I would of thought some of the early Marantz stuff might of made the list.
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    I agree, now that you mention it, the Marantz 10B and 7C should be included in any list.

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    I wonder if monster wire would still be at 20 if asked in 2010? Corporate Politics aside Lee did try to set some sort of baseline.

    Of course I am not very objective but I would say the Polk Monitor 10/7 should be there, even the RTA line, look at how many speakers today employ it, Polk was ahead of its time.

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    Subs-Twin Polk CSW200
    HTS5000


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    VTL MB-450 Signature monoblock
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    Acoustech Phono-Pre
    Sound Lab Millenium ELS
    BillyBags Rack
    MIT S1/3 cables
    Shunyata/PS Audio/Virtual Dynamics Power Cords


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    I believe the Fulton Gold speaker wire should have taken Monster's place. Anybody use DMN Solid Core wire? Any of our UK friends?

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    I was just kidding about an extra 0 but it's fun.

    I humbly think there are best little known components left out there.

    For instance, there is :

    Onkyo Grand Integra M-510 Amp
    Denon POA-8000 Class A Monobloc amps
    Denon PRA-6000 Class A preamp
    Yamaha Centennial MX-10000 amp
    Yamaha Centennial CX-10000 preamp
    Hegeman Preamp (you mentioned it)
    Stax Ear Speakers / Headphones
    Definitely Carver Amazings Loudspeaker (but Mr. Carver is Stereophile arch enemy so it's understandable) :D
    Kenwood L-07D Turntable
    Mcintosh MC275 Tube Amps
    Not last but at least the newer MaC MC2KW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkg999 View Post
    Pretty good list! It gets some additional validity by not having anything from Bob Carver included.

    The Carver Silver Seven Vacuum Tube Monoblocks should be on the list.
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    A noted omission is the lack of Threshold gear. It was pretty ground breaking at the time. Certainly NP could be considered among the fore fathers of solid state design. Nice to see the Pass Aleph series mentioned as that was a turning point for more affordable high end SS gear.

    As much as I personally think Carver gear is very blah...........it, as well as Bob, certainly deserved a mention for all the "tricks" he experimented with. While, IMO, some of his designs are novel, they were well received at the time and people still continue to like them.

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    If the list were compiled today...8 years later...I bet it would be substantially different.
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    What do you think would be different?

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    I think the audio landscape has changed drastically in the last 8 years. Much like technology in general, audio technology is increasing at an accelerating pace. While that may not be the case for some of us old farts...when talking to audio "media" types a couple of years ago they were raving about the pace of change in the audio world. So I think the list would include a lot of "significant" items brought on by the onslaught of digitial advances of the last few years...and some of the stuff that fostered change or was significant in the past would be viewed as less so now. I might be wrong...but it is just my impression that is how the compilers of the list would see things.
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    I would think the Logitech SqueezeBox or some other representation of digital music streaming would make the list if it was revised for 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkg999
    I would think the Logitech SqueezeBox or some other representation of digital music streaming would make the list if it was revised for 2010
    I think the iPod would be very high on the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    I think the iPod would be very high on the list.
    Most definitely.

    I would submit that the Emotiva XPA-2 amp has got to be there too.
    So would my favorite bookshelf speaker, the Polk Audio LSi7.
    Oppo 83 Bluray player and a Sony PS3 as well.

    An ICE amp from any one of several manufacturers should be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    The Carver Silver Seven Vacuum Tube Monoblocks should be on the list.
    I am going to have to disagree on this. While I am a carver fan, and I do have a sunfire amp and carver amazing speakers, the silver 7 tube amps were great but, as far as ground breaking, or the first one out there to make a high power tube amp, he was not. So I can see why it did not make the list.

    To me, to be on a important list, it should be a innovator of a design or idea. I could see his down converting power supply on the list before a tube amp.



    That goes for the "I would submit that the Emotiva XPA-2 amp has got to be there too" that was an expansion of a older design.

    Shack "I think the iPod would be very high on the list. " YES i 100% agree that was a 1st of a design.

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    I would submit that the Emotiva XPA-2 amp has got to be there too.
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    Emotiva is there with a good representative product from an Internet company (a new relatively new development) with a ridiculously low price point for quality electronic equipment.

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    There is nothing important about anything emo...certainly no where near top 100...might break into the top 10,000.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shack View Post
    There is nothing important about anything emo...certainly no where near top 100...might break into the top 10,000.
    Emo tops my list of 100(things NOT to buy):tongue:
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    Quote Originally Posted by xcapri79 View Post
    Emotiva is there with a good representative product from an Internet company (a new relatively new development) with a ridiculously low price point for quality electronic equipment.
    That's been done before and a lot better execution and design as well. Nothing even remotely about Emotiva should be on a list of the "Top 100" anything. That doesn't mean the gear doesn't fit a niche, but that's like putting the Ford Pinto on a list of top 100 cars.

    Seriously, are you just trolling? You can't possibly think Emo deserves inclusion on this list..........I mean come on really?????????

    Did you read where they stated "significant"?



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    As far as ground breaking invention goes, there is no mentioning of

    1. Western Electric Consoles / RCA Consoles
    2. No Altec and JBL speakers (you know what I am talking about).
    3. No Heil Air Motion Tweeter / No Plasma (Ion charge) Tweeters.

    And definitely some nice Pioneer RTR and 8 Tracks Players....

    But I guess these didn't make sense to Stereophile, huh?

    On a side note, I like Agent X to know Emotiva has a loud talking cult like fans group and should be on the top 100 of fan group list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    That's been done before and a lot better execution and design as well. Nothing even remotely about Emotiva should be on a list of the "Top 100" anything. That doesn't mean the gear doesn't fit a niche, but that's like putting the Ford Pinto on a list of top 100 cars.

    Seriously, are you just trolling? You can't possibly think Emo deserves inclusion on this list..........I mean come on really?????????

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    Absolutely not, the Pinto has no redeeming qualities whereas the XPA-2 has several. It is truly a fine amp and remarkable at it's price point achievable by being engineered in the USA, manufactured in China and sold by an excellent US Internet direct company.
    Your mischaracterization is completely off base. The Pinto was a safety hazard and an embarrassment to Ford.
    The XPA-2 is a source of pride and a monument to success.
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