... and some copperwire...
Decenia apart but still going strong. The Quad 303 basically takes any load (including car headlights for the real party-effect ) and seems rather unimpressed by the new-born Squeezebox.
Unfortunately you cannot hear the setup, :-P
I listen to music, I'm cool.
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2008-02-25, 15:01 #1
A SB3, a Quad 303, and the left-hand ESL
2008-03-12, 02:08 #2
- Join Date
- Apr 2006
Very nice setup - A beautiful blend of a Legend and maybe a Legend in the making. ! Gotta love those ESL's. Had a pair of 57's myself and although I don't have them now, I'm still a Quadite. Bought a Quad 909 late last year which I'm thoroughly enjoying. Makes some nice music using an SB3 as source.
2009-05-11, 00:10 #3
- Join Date
- May 2009
It seem cool
It seem cool, nice setup.
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2010-09-29, 02:55 #4
Ahhh minimalist setups!
I have an SB3, a Harmon-Kardon Citation II and a pair of ESL-57's. Mine are the "bronze" color that make them look more like room heaters for a 1962 Swedish prototype moon base. Gotta love them Quads! I have a small room, too, so I get pretty good bass extension (though not REAL earth-shaking stuff, of course.)
I ended up complicating my minimalist setup by building a "passive pre" (Alps volume pots and a source selector) and I am now using an outboard DAC (Cambridge DAC MAGIC )- I can hear deeper bass from the DAC magic than the SB3 on headphones (separate heaphone amp-) but on the Quads I am hard pressed to detect any difference.
I also use a modified Forte 4a power amp sometimes, instead of the H-K.
I love the Quad ESLs.
2010-10-06, 12:16 #5
Well if we're showing off SB3s and ESLs...
Sitting in the fireplace is the SB3, atop a couple of boxes containing a DIY Paradise Charlize II and a decent PSU. The Quads are fully rebuilt by One Thing Audio, and have a black textile cover. They have custom legs a la Quad Germany, niceSB3, Dac-in-the-Box, Sony VFET, Snell Type Cs
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