I know this guy who has a problem...


#1

http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/58124-my-system/



I just had to share it.


#2

one has to join to see the content


#3

Ah, ok, I’ll try to post some photos copied…

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#4

The real problem with those pictures, as I see it, is that there is a chair for one person only. Apart from the conspicuous consumption, of which we are all guilty to an extent, is there not something a bit peculiar, and perhaps a bit depressing, if all that gear serves one set of ears only?


#5

An interesting question. Audio is, on the whole, a solitary pursuit.



It is also, almost by definition, conspicuous consumption - but may not if you engage in it as a solitary experience. :slight_smile:


#6

Good points. It is rare that I listen seriously to my system with others. However, my system is in a living room, with quite a few lounge seats. It serves a dual purpose.



This guy (US based) obviously has no need to compromise. What made me stop and think is why so many different pieces of equipment. I generally prefer 1 system with all my favourites bits in it… I’m not sure if this guy can decide what he prefers best. Nice problem to have!



#7

I do not enjoy playing with equipment enough to have all of these alternates available. I am certain I would end up listening to one or two system variations and the others would collect dust.



I would like to be a member of Component of the Month however so when I am curious about something, I could have it delivered for a couple of days trial.


#8

Hey guys how did you get pictures of my office. Lol. I have a couch. Even though it is only my grandson who ever sits there besides me…


#9

Love it, we have the same chair. Will post some pics of my system soon, in the midst of an upgrade on sources.


#10

A little late to the party … This guy is probably a home dealer, it sure looks like a showroom to me. I wouldn’t doubt there are “enthusiasts” who own this much equipment, but any audiophile worth his interconnects wouldn’t keep it all in the listening room. It is very neat though, nicely done!