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October 01, 2009

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keith carlsen

My stereo is about the only really nice thing I own. I got a financial windfall about 8 years ago so built the stereo I always wanted: Muse CD/DVD transport and DAC, Levinson pre and power amp, Merlin VSM speakers, REL sub. Power to the low level signal equip (CD stuff and the pre) comes from a JPS Labs power conditioner, power cables are JPS and Power Snakes. Cardas XLR interconnects and bi-wire speaker cables. I could probably completely re-cable with Radio Shack and notice very little sacrifice in sound, but that would still be sacrilege.

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