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morphsci

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morphsci last won the day on February 20

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About morphsci

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    Simply does not deserve the perfect headphone
  • Birthday 09/24/1956

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    Port (non)Orange, FL
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    Male

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  • Website URL
    http://www.ux1.eiu.edu/~jmnovak/

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  • Biography
    Married with child
  • Location
    Port Orange, FL
  • Interests
    Making fun of people on the internet
  • Occupation
    Ecological Geneticist
  • Hobbies
    Making fun of people who make fun of people on the internet
  • Headphones
    AKG: K340 (Headphile Balanced x2; APS Balanced), K701 (ALO Balanced) _ Denon: AH-D2000 (aPureSound Balanced+) _ Grado/Alessandro: MS1, MSPro, HF-2, HF-1 _ Sennheiser: PX-200, HD-205, HD-25-1-II, HD-650, HE-60 _ Stax: SR-001, SR-404LE, Omega I, Omega II _ Westone: 3
  • Headphone Amps
    Main: Singlepower ES-1, Eddie Current Balancing Act (307A) _ Desk (Home): AA HPA v. 1.0 w σ22 PSU _ Desk (Work): HeadAmp GSX, Stax SRM-001 (modded) _ Bedroom: Headroom Coda _ Transportable: Headamp Pico _ Portable: Headamp Pico Slim (incoming)
  • Sources
    Main: Metric Halo ULN-2, SlimDevices Duet _ Desk (Home): SlimDevices SB3 with Wellborne PSU, Musiland SRC10 Upsampler, Cambridge Audio DACMagic_ Desk (Work): Mac Mini, optical output, Cambridge Audio Azur 840c _ HT: Denon 3910, Rotel RT-1080, Dish VPI-722, Dual CS721 (Parasound pph-100), Slimdevices Duet, Apple TV _ Bedroom: SlimDevices SB3, Headroom Overture, Philips DVD963A, Dish VPI-622 _ Lab: Dell Dimension 9150, Sony DVP-NS500V _ Workshop: SlimDevices Boom _ Transportable: EeePC 1000Ha, Headamp Pico _ Portable: iPod Touch
  • Other Audio Gear
    Main: PS Audio UPC-200 (x2) _ Desk (Home): APC UPS, PS Audio UO _ Desk (Work): Audioengine A5, BPT Custom, APC UPS _ HT: Outlaw M200 (5), Energy Veritas 2.3i, Wharfedale Anniversary 7.2 (2), Polk CC-300, Monster HTS-5100 MkII, HTS-3000 _ Bedroom: Dell SmartUPS 750, 350 _ Lab: Denon DRA-395, Wharfedale 7.2 (2), Monster HTS-2500 _ Home: 5 TB NAS, 2 TB Distributed

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  1. Belated Happy Birthday, Dan!
  2. I initially went with WD Red drives in my original Synology NAS. They worked OK. But over the course of 5 years I had three drive failures. No data loss and they were all replaced free under warranty. When I bought my new Synology NAS I decided to switch to Seagate Ironwolf drives. No failures or even bad sector reports in over 3 years of use. I have started replacing the drives in my older NAS (the backup for the backups) with Seagate drives.
  3. Happy Birthday, Steve!
  4. A “What’s Playin Now” unit
  5. I think Elusive Disc is above board. It did say backordered so I am not sure what that will actually mean tomorrow.
  6. Happy Birthday, Jeff!
  7. Use spades for the Moths and for the amp side of the REL. I have never been a huge fan of banana connectors, though I have used them at times.
  8. Yes, that is how I have it connected. That is their high-level input. It connects to the Parasound power amp speaker outputs so the the Moths and the REL see exactly the same acoustic signal. Seems to work as the integration sounds good and the set-up was quick and easy.
  9. I am using the REL T/7i, which is in the middle range of their T series. It is a nice small sub that produces very controlled bass. It also integrates very well with the Moths using the high level REL input. IMO REL is the top of the heap with the technology of their subs for integration into stereo audio systems. That being said, I would not use it in an HT setup as it does not have enough "punchiness" for that. That is probably why REL makes separate lines for HT use.
  10. I love my REL, though mine is definitely for stereo playback in my small room. I believe Al has a REL HT subwoofer.
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