Current state of my 'small' setup.

I love the simple style of that turntable.
It started life as an AR ES-1 but there’s only a few parts of that left. Also there’s a separate speed controller down to the left of the Luxman. It’s an incredible table. It competes with big-buck tables without looking like one.
 
Absolutely stunning set up - I’m not familiar with those specific components of course - wish I knew more about Luxman - but the listening zone is superbly implemented. More Modernica pieces there than cited and their addition into a home with 6 over 1 windows is a nice touch. Our first house was a 1940’s one with those same windows. When I designed the new, and still current, one I took that style and had windows and single panel doors milled in 1 3/4 mahogany- bronze weatherstripping and spring balances on windows.
 
Absolutely stunning set up - I’m not familiar with those specific components of course - wish I knew more about Luxman - but the listening zone is superbly implemented. More Modernica pieces there than cited and their addition into a home with 6 over 1 windows is a nice touch. Our first house was a 1940’s one with those same windows. When I designed the new, and still current, one I took that style and had windows and single panel doors milled in 1 3/4 mahogany- bronze weatherstripping and spring balances on windows.
Looking at it …yeah, there’s a lot of Modernica! The Nelson Half-Moon lamp, the big planter, in addition to the cabinet, sofa, and coffee table. About 22 years ago I was on a commercial shoot location next door to Modernica’s original store in LA and I wondered in during a break …and just kind of got hooked on them. It’s maybe not the most obvious fit for a 1916 building but it works.
 
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