Post pictures of your listening space

Try1256

Very Special Member
In my thread introducing my new Maggies, @Shakeydeal suggested posting more pics of my listening space. I figured it deserved its own thread so everyone could particpate. I'll start. Here are a few of the current set up. BTW, I am flipping the room so my speakers won't be in the door but everthing will just be mirror imaged. tempImagetk4eNn.pngtempImageqmzfwy.pngtempImageETe3wK.png
 

Audionut

Next Round Is On Me
I always wanted a system thread, looking forward to seeing many more posts! I’ll have to tidy my room up before posting.
@TEA FOR ONE are those harbeths in the top pic? Curious about your tube amps too.
 
I always wanted a system thread, looking forward to seeing many more posts! I’ll have to tidy my room up before posting.
@TEA FOR ONE are those harbeths in the top pic? Curious about your tube amps too.
They are Graham Chartwell LS3/5’s(not the a’s). The tubes you see are an AricAudio Motherlode II pre amp. I’ve had that in place for about a month. I am so happy with that pre. Aric builds some top notch gear.
 

MikeO

Active Member
My current main system as of today. Pulled a lot of gear out of the main system and put together the simplest all streaming system I could. A Fleawatt TPA3116 amp, Sonos Connect streamer and Micca RB42 speakers. Sounds great. If I don't get all anxious about its low cost or its inability to play multiple sources that I rarely ever play, it might just free up some cash in gear sales.
 

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JoeThePop

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This is my primary listening listening space at the moment as I work from home and we are preparing our house for sale. Ways to improve the sound? Looking at designs for desktop stands to get the tweeters closer to ear level, as well as potential benefit of eliminating reflections from the hard desktop surface. Maybe incorporate a computer monitor riser also?

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If it is temporary I don't know that I'd worry about it. If you want a solution that costs nothing, try some wash rags under the speakers. I'm much more into coupling but that costs $$$.
 

JoeThePop

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If it is temporary I don't know that I'd worry about it. If you want a solution that costs nothing, try some wash rags under the speakers. I'm much more into coupling but that costs $$$.
Well, not so temporary. After I finally go back to the office sometime in 2022, it will be a hybrid schedule of 70% from home and 30% in the office. First step will be raising them up with something nicer than the books I used when experimenting with the height. Decoupling? Not sure I’m going to spend too much $$$ on my desktop system. We’ll see.
 

Thermionics

Post Whore In Training
This is my primary listening listening space at the moment as I work from home and we are preparing our house for sale. Ways to improve the sound? Looking at designs for desktop stands to get the tweeters closer to ear level, as well as potential benefit of eliminating reflections from the hard desktop surface. Maybe incorporate a computer monitor riser also?

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I built these speaker stands for my office setup:
 

JoeThePop

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Note: that's not me in the video. ;)

Here's a photo in-situ w/ Linaeum LFX:

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Nice. I see you went with the black top and base. I like that look. Did a little research on your desktop speakers there because I was wondering if that thing on the top was a tweeter or some kind of strange magnetic flux capacitor or something. Sure enough, tweeter. Interesting speakers.
 
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