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    Default Finally, some time alone!

    Not sure how peoples significant others view their listening habits but mine, hates loud music. Since she works from home I finally had time to myself so... let the amps breathe. Yeah, I know they're monster power but hell.....these things put out some awesome power/sound!

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    Love the band selection!

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    ENjoy!

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    Me too! If you don't laugh at my Crown PB-1s...monster amps.
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    Me too! If you don't laugh at my Crown PB-1s...monster amps.
    Focus III is on the turntable
    2 Channel: Oppo DV-981HD->XDA-2 ->UDA-200 ->Monitor 7 or Grado model SR225i
    HT:Denon 1913 Hsu VTF-1 MK2 sub
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    Vintage: Pioneer SX-9000 Rotel TT (2) Crown Com-Tech 210 amps mono bridged
    Polk RT-7 or Altec 886a or Dynaco A25s

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    BTW your not doing yourself any favors by listening to MP3s.

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    Wife is headed out tomorrow for a long weekend with her girlfriends, so I have the whole weekend to listen to whatever I want at whatever volume I want! I can relate
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    Those Monster Amps are actually very nice and extremely well built. I had a 3250 and it was a very neutral sounding powerhouse. Richard Marsh actually designed those amps. I used to love to crank them up and watch the digital meters go crazy! Nice set-up. Enjoy the you time!
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    My wife goes out with our daughter every Sat. night to a small club called "The Living Room" This allows me to spin vinyl all night.

    .....and no I don't care if she stays out all night and she does
    Here by the sea and sand nothing ever goes as planned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pumpkinman View Post
    My wife goes out with our daughter every Sat. night to a small club called "The Living Room" This allows me to spin vinyl all night.

    .....and no I don't care if she stays out all night and she does
    Ohhhh.....the life.
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    SVS PB13 Ultra & PSW650
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    Monster Power HDP-2500 surge pro.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawgfish View Post
    Those Monster Amps are actually very nice and extremely well built. I had a 3250 and it was a very neutral sounding powerhouse. Richard Marsh actually designed those amps. I used to love to crank them up and watch the digital meters go crazy! Nice set-up. Enjoy the you time!
    I'm audio stupid ...I've never heard the name Richard Marsh. If he's got a hand in my amps...props. I've had them since around 2006/2007. I've never compared them to anything else(since they're my 1st) but my they ROCK!


    On a side not I PM'd Mantis to set up the SC-37 right and never heard back?
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    SVS PB13 Ultra & PSW650
    Monster Power 3250 amp
    Monster Power 2250 amp
    Monster Power HDP-2500 surge pro.



    Denon 3805,CS400i,RT25i's & FX500i's sitting in the basement collecting dust

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    Rock on!!!
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    Be like Rockman Rock and rock yo-self out. Is that display the Logitech Way-Bigger Than Touch?
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