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Default Let's see your desktop setups!

Just finished setting up my desk with some new components and was curious to see what everyone else here has audio wise. I'll use this for reference listening, gaming, and movies.

My current system consists of:
Samsung 40" 4k tv
Audioengine A5+ w/ isopads
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Earthquake 6.5" sub (t-line enclosure)
Sennheiser HD 598 headphones
Xbox one w/ Turtle Beach xo-one headset
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Just got it all hooked up yesterday so I haven't tested it too much. Initial impressions are pretty damn good though.

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When I'm home my "Desktop" setup is my MBP in my lap while I rest in my comfy chair. I have a rack mounted computer that handles the rest of the home duties.

My home stereo consists of some bookshelf speakers for the fronts and rears with SI 24's handling the bottom end.

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Default Re: Let's see your desktop setups!

DIY desktop with Creative Z Blaster sound card optical out to Monarchy 18B DAC to Fat Man tube hybrid amp to Infinity Primus 160v1 monitors & Klipsch powered sub.

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Default Re: Let's see your desktop setups!

Home Wifi set up through router and Apple Airport Utility. Just using a couple of JBL cubes in the corners of the office "barn" walls. Nothing HiFi for sure, but convenient using the iphone for streaming as well as the MacAir.




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Home Wifi set up through router and Apple Airport Utility. Just using a couple of JBL cubes in the corners of the office "barn" walls. Nothing HiFi for sure, but convenient using the iphone for streaming as well as the MacAir.



Wow, that's a nice diy setup you have there.

I recently tried cleaning things up on mine.



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Default Re: Let's see your desktop setups!

I'd love to hear those 24's sometime. I don't really have a car system worth showing at the moment but will be doing a new install soon, maybe some of us North Fort Worth / Denton people should get together sometime.

As far as my desktop goes I'm just using a set of the Klipsch Promedia 2.1's. They sound good for the price and I can't do anything too loud in my apartment so I've been reluctant to upgrade.




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When I'm home my "Desktop" setup is my MBP in my lap while I rest in my comfy chair. I have a rack mounted computer that handles the rest of the home duties.

My home stereo consists of some bookshelf speakers for the fronts and rears with SI 24's handling the bottom end.
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Default Re: Let's see your desktop setups!

Using Paradigm Shift A2 Powered speakers fed by a Cambridge Audio DACMagic Plus connected to a home brew desktop computer. Lower hertz are fed to a Martin Logan Dynamo 500 sub.

Sounds great!
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DIY desktop, Asus Essence XTX sound card feeding a pair of Beyerdynamic DT-1350s. This $300 combo sounds better than my car and main home system which are considerably more expensive. Highly recommended.

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