Post by Ballyroebuck on Nov 28, 2017 0:12:57 GMT -5
I'm new to the board and a recent buyer of the ERC-3 CD player. I also talked my neighbor into buying a Emotiva amp and pre-amp. While we're from the pacific northwest, my son lives on the west side of Nashville. And we've visited the fine people at Emotiva in beautiful Franklin a few times.
Anyway, my system is compromised with older pieces, maybe much older pieces. But its all good stuff and point to the excellence and value of the ERC-3.
Welcome to the Lounge! And congrats on your new ERC-3. It's a fine CD player, for sure.
XMC-1 DIRAC Full; Oppo 105/Roku Ultra to Panny AE4000 w/106" screen; UltraRendu to LH Labs Geek Pulse X-Infinity; nCore nc400's or Prima Luna Premium Prologue to Maggie 1.7's; Rythmik F25; XPA-5 to CC-470v3 Center/ERD-1's; Thorens TD166 MkII/Denon DL207/XPS-1; 5-zone Sonos w/Def Tech AW5500's @ deck/pool/master bath & Sony SS-MB105/Polk R10 @ great room & kitchen. Two headphone setups: Hifiberry/BasX A100 and Allo BOSS/Schiit Asgard 2 (each to Senn 600's). PC w/Airmotiv 3b's. Roon user.
Post by macromicroman on Nov 28, 2017 8:34:19 GMT -5
Welcome to the Lounge. You got yourself a fine CD player.
Klipsch RF-7 ii Left and Right Klipsch RC-64 Center Klipsch RW-12 Subwoofer Klipsch RW-12d Subwoofer Klipsch RS-52ii Surrounds LG 60PX950 60 inch 3-D Plasma LG BD-580 Blu-Ray Player Marantz AV7005 processor Emotiva ERC-2 CD Emotiva XPA-5
Love the look! Welcome! What do you think of the BWs?
Last Edit: Nov 28, 2017 14:56:47 GMT -5 by garbulky
Transport: Sony UBP-X700 UHD-Blu ray player spdif PC using Musiland Digital Times WASAPI via BNC connection - DAC: DC-1->XLR XPA-1 , RCA->Basx A-100 CD: Denon DCD 600 PCM 61 DAC. RCA Amp: XPA-1 gen 2 using XLR connections. Speakers: Axiom Audio m80 V3, Sennheisser HD700 headphones. two pairs 12 guage each bi-wire speaker cables per monoblock Headphone amp: Basx A-100 (INCREDIBLE VALUE!!)
Post by Ballyroebuck on Nov 29, 2017 15:20:46 GMT -5
The B&Ws are really fantastic speakers. Of course they are efficient compared to the Magnepans and that as well as their overall sound make them great for rock. I do prefer the Magnepans for most all else. In particular Jazz and acoustic music.