Where I do most of my shopping, HT is non-existant and SS and digital is few and far between.DTB300 said:I agree that the High End shops are really pushing 5.1 and HT setups, as they are the "hot" sellers right now. With the creation of the mainstream HT Receivers, small good performing speakers, and the 5.1 DVD movies, all at a price that does not make the non-audio person faint, this makes the purchase of such a system possible. But in the stores that I visit, there are still the nice 2 Channel setups available to listen to.
San Jose..................all the luck, a little out of the way.jjqiv said:
Oh, if I had money, I would not have it for long.Wavestream Kinetics Triode V8 Stereo amps ($16,000)
I'm sure they could drive a pair of ML's. Maybe some day I'll get to bring the V8's home for the weekend. Brian told me that he and Scott Franklin voiced the V8's using a pair of Sound Labs. B.T.W., They are also available as mono's.kach22i said:San Jose..................all the luck, a little out of the way.
That shop has great stands and racks along with great gear.
Something caught my eye...........could they drive M/L's?
Oh, if I had money, I would not have it for long.