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Reply wajonaudio
7:21 PM on February 1, 2013 
Hello Chris,

That sounds like a great idea.

I could perhaps publish your 'review', if you don't mind. I'm sure my readers would be very interested in your awesome system, and how it came about. If you do write it up, please don't forget to elaborate on the sound of it, especially compared to those with the 'best' conventional types of speakers. In other words, how realistic are the Tannoys, compared to conventional types? And what sonic features (dynamism, tone, etc) make them as realistic as I'm sure they are. (i.e. if this is not too much to ask).

I'm sure your sub-woofed 'Double-Autograph' Tannoys would shame something like an X-2, for instance, so please let my readers know if I'm right.

Cheers,

Winston.
Reply Chris Templer
1:29 AM on January 30, 2013 
Hi Winston,
If you want me to I will write up my entire and rather mad system with pictures.

I have been very lucky in that my best friend was a very accomplished musician (played 18 instruments) and we both were involved in amateur theater with my involvement being in sound and lighting. This involved sometimes recording music and effects and playing them back during performances. Along the line my ears were "trained" by my friend and this has been of enormous help over the years. It's also been a pain from the point of always trying to improve my hi-fi. Another unfortunate
happenstance is my love of the pipe organ which meant a speaker system of extreme proportions.
Music is the end and very often lost to technology I think, and to reproduce it is one of the hardest things to do.

Regards

Chris