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« on: May 16, 2018, 06:11:33 pm »

Just bought a (used) pair of Tune Audio Marvel speakers for my office system. Got them for <1/3 of their retail price, which is just ridiculous! I've had loads of speakers in this system, and irrespective of the speakers, the SQ has never gotten anywhere near that of my main system. But with these Marvels, my office system is now knocking on the door.

Of course, having a NOS1 and BD mono amps in my office helps!

(Forgive me if the tone of this post comes across as a bit self-congratulatory... but I just had to share my joy.)

Mani.


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XXHighEnd: 2.10 / Minimize OS / Engine#4 Adaptive / DB=4096 / *trying*: Q1=30 / xQ1=40 / Q3,4,5=1 / SFS=5.19 / XTweaks = 52, 10, 0, 0, 1 / Straight Contiguous / Clock Resolution = 15ms / Scheme 3-5 (low/realtime) / 8x Arc Prediction (switch #5 'up/off') / Unattended
Main System: mobo USB3 port -> Lush -> Phasure NOS1a B75 G3 -> First Watt F5-cloned mono amps -> Tune Audio Anima horn speakers
Office System: Lush -> Phasure NOS1a G3 -> BD-Design BD30-SPR mono amps -> Tune Audio Marvel horn speakers
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« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2018, 06:35:14 pm »

I saw a pair, when I went to pick up the Orello's. I was wondering if they were the same ones ?

I have to say they look very nice  Happy
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« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2018, 07:28:03 pm »

Mani,

They look good.  As also your white NOS1a!!

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« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2018, 08:48:27 pm »

I saw a pair, when I went to pick up the Orello's. I was wondering if they were the same ones ?

They may well be - they were Jack's demo pair. The guy I bought them off bought them about a year ago.

I'm totally bowled over by the sound I'm getting, for the money I paid.

Mani.
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XXHighEnd: 2.10 / Minimize OS / Engine#4 Adaptive / DB=4096 / *trying*: Q1=30 / xQ1=40 / Q3,4,5=1 / SFS=5.19 / XTweaks = 52, 10, 0, 0, 1 / Straight Contiguous / Clock Resolution = 15ms / Scheme 3-5 (low/realtime) / 8x Arc Prediction (switch #5 'up/off') / Unattended
Main System: mobo USB3 port -> Lush -> Phasure NOS1a B75 G3 -> First Watt F5-cloned mono amps -> Tune Audio Anima horn speakers
Office System: Lush -> Phasure NOS1a G3 -> BD-Design BD30-SPR mono amps -> Tune Audio Marvel horn speakers
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« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2018, 08:54:45 pm »

They look good.  As also your white NOS1a!!

Finally my poor 'white sheep' (the name Peter and I gave to my NOS1) has a couple of friends - two white horns... which I guess makes them rams Happy.

Mani.
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Audio PC: Phasure Mach II *with clock upgrade* / Win 14393.0 on RAM-OS / controlled by RDC, no GPU card installed / connected directly to music server
XXHighEnd: 2.10 / Minimize OS / Engine#4 Adaptive / DB=4096 / *trying*: Q1=30 / xQ1=40 / Q3,4,5=1 / SFS=5.19 / XTweaks = 52, 10, 0, 0, 1 / Straight Contiguous / Clock Resolution = 15ms / Scheme 3-5 (low/realtime) / 8x Arc Prediction (switch #5 'up/off') / Unattended
Main System: mobo USB3 port -> Lush -> Phasure NOS1a B75 G3 -> First Watt F5-cloned mono amps -> Tune Audio Anima horn speakers
Office System: Lush -> Phasure NOS1a G3 -> BD-Design BD30-SPR mono amps -> Tune Audio Marvel horn speakers
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