Umm, isn't $4800 a bit beyond your budget?this looks interesting Modwright KWI 200, 200W Integrated with built in DAC and Phono - Canuck Audio Mart
but what Hi Fi doesnt review it. Maybe its too obscure?
Dam! I got excited and read that $480. No wonder it sounded so good.Umm, isn't $4800 a bit beyond your budget?
As for the Outlaw, what's the issue with ordering from the site?
UPdATE:Depends on what your definition of 'loud' is.
My office is roughly 14x9 and the D3020 is certainly loud enough but my setup is geared towards near field listening and not max SPL. I also have a sub so that helps greatly.
I think if you're interested in listening (vs pounding at reference levels) it would certainly work but 10x20 is a lot of space to fill... are you sitting close to the speakers or far away? Room setup will play a role too of course.
Yah, the Walnut veneered speakers are the LCR. The screen is a fixed 2.35:1 acoustically transparent screen that hangs via its frame on the top and side black bars. The rest of the space on that "faux" wall is covered in Black velvet fabric panels so that the room looks it ends at the screen.so the brown towers on the stage are L C and R ?
the screen drops down in front of them ?
I built the room knowing I wanted a good room for 2 channel stuff. The horn loaded L+R speakers are perfect for classical and jazz which is what I listen to the most. I've tried some surround concert stuff in here also which is just phenomenal... the rear speakers really add ambiance.I'm not much of a movie guy, how does music sound on it?
Have you tried any dvd concert stuff?
Website specs state:So quick question, if I'm streaming via bluetooth and file quality is 320 in iTunes, will that sound decent on the NAD D3020? Am I going to want to upgrade all my files to FLAC or higher quality?
D 3020 Hybrid Digital™ Amplifier
2 x 30W @ ≤0.005% THD, >100W Dynamic Power @ 4 Ohms
aptX Bluetooth Music Streaming
Supports bit rate/sample rate up to - 24/192 (via Digital Audio input) up to 24/96 (via Computer/Type B USB input)
Optical and Coaxial Digital Inputs, analog inputs
Bass EQ setting
Separate Headphone Amplifier
fuck, that's huge. what's the dimensions, corner to corner ?Yah, the Walnut veneered speakers are the LCR. The screen is a fixed 2.35:1 acoustically transparent screen that hangs via its frame on the top and side black bars. The rest of the space on that "faux" wall is covered in Black velvet fabric panels so that the room looks it ends at the screen.