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Audiophiles

Posted on April 13, 2009 at 4:03pm 0 Comments

This is a plea to any audiophiles out there- I have just acquired a NAD 3130 amp and a cheap(ish) turntable- with a view to upgrading the turntable, getting a cd player and tuner etc.



The tuner and cd player are no great shakes as i roughly know what i want.



Its more the speakers.



If there is anyone out there who would be able to help me choose some decent starter speakers that can take the amps output without crackling (like the ones i currently am using)- I am… Continue

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At 1:29pm on May 2, 2009, thehuhman said…
Ben, I don't remember if I invited you to my photo group, or not, but I noticed you uploaded some photos to the site. If you're into photography at all, there is an AoM Photography Group. And its' membership is growing all the time. If you want to join, the only requirement is that you like photography. Here's the link: AoM PhotoGroup

 
 
 

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