Shiny brand new second hand things in my system today


#3814

Not so very bad for a first effort. Didn’t expect the software to make its own crop.

Still trying.


#3815

Now that’s betterer :slight_smile:


#3816

Thankyouyer. :slightly_smiling_face:


#3817

Nice. Do like small-box kit :+1:


#3818

and i like the chopping board stand , i use loads of them to make stands etc


#3819

Dug out the Meridian M3s, still prefer these to any other Meridian speaker. They are sat on top of the M20s, with soft silicone feet.


#3820

silicone


#3821

No, it is silicon, a special type of foo isolation feet, and not cheap either…


#3822

I bow to your pedantry. :roll_eyes:


#3823

/pedant on
Silicon = rigid, brittle
Silicone = soft, rubbery (or oil)
Cost of either depends mainly on foo factor (and/or gullibility)
/pedant off


#3824

In my case pennies as they are drawer bumps.


#3825

I’m disappointed - suggest you sell them on as Magic Blobs (guaranteed to improve sound) - say £10 each


#3826

Clearly no ambition. They are cryogenically treated and then demagnstised before being treated with mpingo oil.

A snip at £700 a foot.

Or in my case £1.99 posted from China for 200.


#3827

Why does the R/H speaker need a chimney, not an NVA in disguise is it?


#3828

Ed wired it up?


#3829

As usual Bob is very on trend with the latest must have - The Barbie-fi


#3830

That my son, is the latest in air cooling systems for the re-designed type 45 valve amps now installed in that speaker. No more transistor’y class A/B for me and my M3s, no sir’ee, we now have right channel 2.5W valve power.


#3831

I bow to your intimate knowledge of the foo market :grin:


#3832

#3833

Be careful the feet don’t mark the top of the M20’s. Sadly got that badge many years ago although on a much light wood.