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DanR

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Almost 20 years in evolution to get to this point, it’s been a great ride!

Logan Odyssey speakers
Amp: Krell KSA 100MKII completely recapped and serviced to factory specs 2021
Preamp Backet Labs Rhumba 1.2 with 1.3 upgrades by Bob Backert
Phono preamp: Allnic H-1201
Turntable: Rega RP-8 DIY base Paducah wood
Cartridge: Dynavector 17D3
CD: Oppo BDP-83 Special Edition with Modright tube mod and power supply
Streamer: Blue Sound Node 2i
DAC: Benchmark DAC-3 HGC
Subwoofers: 1) SVS 12” powered 2) diy 18” passive powered by a Behringer EP-4000 bridged mono 2ohm load 2400 watts. 3) diy 15” passive powered by another Behringer EP-4000 bridged mono 4 ohm load 950 watts
Subwoofer controller: Behringer DCX 2496
configured using REW Wizard/Behringer EC-8000 mic
Frequency response from 20hZ-110hZ is dead flat +/- 0db (Earl Geddes multi sub principal)
In the lower right side of the rack is the home theater electronics but those are a separate system and do not use the logan speakers as I am far more into the 2 channel music, had to have some fom of home theater though. ( Pioneer receiver 7.1 dolby atmos/Behringer NX-3000 for the 2 diy 15” subs with passive radiator enclosures tuned down to 17 hZ. TV 56” Panasonic plasmaView attachment 22656
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Robert D

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Do you have the Krell slid back under there while using it,, and just pulled it out for the picture? Im wondering about heat dissipation and if thats a problem with it tucked in there.
 

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Nope it stays out of the rack right where it’s at all the time, it wouldn’t fit in the rack anyways it’s too tall that space is blocked off with acoustic foam and the speaker, power, and interconnects are fed thru the foam to the amp.And yes these amps need to breath, but I will say this, it does put out heat but nowhere near what I thought it would, all the things I’ve read about them heating up a room well not this one and that’s a very pleasant surprise.
 
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