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EC Af + Verité silkwood: yum Aug 17, 2019 at 6:47 PM

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    1. earnmyturns
      earnmyturns
      EC Af + Verité silkwood: yum
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        earnmyturns
        Verité pads on, now the question is whether 1) 44.1/16 digital, 2) 48/24 rip of the vinyl, or 3) Qobuz 192/24... Doing 3), I hear it!
        Aug 17, 2019 at 8:58 PM
      4. earnmyturns
        earnmyturns
        #[email protected]%!!! This setup brings CotB to a different plane, the interplay between bass, cymbals, flute in "Q&A" never came so alive!
        Aug 17, 2019 at 9:06 PM
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      5. ChaChaRealSmooth
        ChaChaRealSmooth
        Screw you dude; here I am trying to patiently wait for my own Verite...luckily the Auteur is here to keep me sane-ish.
        Aug 17, 2019 at 9:50 PM
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      earnmyturns
      "There Is No Other", Rhiannon Giddens and Francesco Turrisi: can't stop listening
      1. bixby and Jinxy245 like this.
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      earnmyturns
      Verité silkood, Universe suede pads. Best jazz bass & drums.
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      earnmyturns
      Rajna Swaminathan "Of Agency and Abstraction"
    5. earnmyturns
      earnmyturns
      Myra Melford's "City of Illusion" in "Other Side of Air" through Phonitor XE: raw, shiver-inducing
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      2. Lou Casadonte
        Lou Casadonte
        Curious how you like the phonitor xe? Are you using the internal dac? Travel Safe!
        Apr 28, 2019
      3. earnmyturns
        earnmyturns
        Best headphone amp I've used (for the music I listen to). Metrum Onyx DAC.
        Apr 28, 2019
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      4. Lou Casadonte
        Lou Casadonte
        I heard good things about the onyx. Would love to hear it sometime. Thanks,
        Apr 28, 2019
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      earnmyturns
      James Brandon Lewis's "An UnRuly Manifesto" is what the times demand
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      earnmyturns
      Chris Potter's "Circuits" matches his live sessions!
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      earnmyturns
      Metrum Onyx>Apex Peak+Psvane 6SN7-SE: magic from jazz piano, bass, drums
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      3. m17xr2b
        m17xr2b
        The Peak is great, no faults whatsoever but it doesn't have the technicalities of proper SET/OTL amps nor the smoothness so it doesn't belong with the big boys. Massdrop and many <1K are low-fi IMO.
        Feb 24, 2019
      4. m17xr2b
        m17xr2b
        @earnmyturns, I'm saying the peak is mid-fi because I'm currently listening to it with the K1000 and it's a great experience, but earlier in the day I was using the Teton...and the difference between the two is not small to put it lightly. Using ECC32 btw.
        Feb 24, 2019
      5. earnmyturns
        earnmyturns
        I listen to a lot of live modern jazz, and one thing I can't fault the Peak for, relative to the live sound, is smoothness. If anything, live performances, even in the best venues acoustic-wise, sound somewhat rougher. But you are tempting me to find what I'm missing ;)
        Feb 24, 2019
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      earnmyturns
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        Jinxy245
        Damn that's beautiful. Thank you (for all of the stuff you share)
        Sep 14, 2018
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      earnmyturns
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      2. Wilson
        Wilson
        How's the Bill Frisell?
        Aug 12, 2018
      3. earnmyturns
        earnmyturns
        1984 Frisell with Paul Motian, Kenny Wheeler, Jerome Harris (electric bass) and Bob Stewart (tuba!) is as zany as you could expect from those cats back then ;) Not the mellower, Americana-inflected Frisell of 2000+
        Aug 12, 2018
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        earnmyturns
        There's quite a traveling circus feeling to it
        Aug 12, 2018
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      earnmyturns
      Lyr 3 with burned-in Ken-Rad VT-231: what beautiful tone!
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      2. RiddleyWalker
        RiddleyWalker
        Love this tube with the Saga
        May 18, 2018
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      earnmyturns
      Taxes were not as bad as expected: QP2R to replace travel QP1R, Ken-Rad VT-231 for Lyr-3
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      earnmyturns
      Lyr 3 is the best amp I've heard for small-ensemble jazz.
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      2. Vtory
        Vtory
        Totally agreed. But to me it does more magics for big bands and symphonies.
        Apr 26, 2018
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      earnmyturns
      Descending from 6 days climbing and skiing in the Berner Oberland. Smelly, tired, humbled, renewed.
    17. Gruss Gott
      Gruss Gott
      wow, thanks for the Aruán Ortiz Trio link on the Lyr 3 page ... loving it. Any similar recommendations / list for a Bay Area brother? I'm too noob to jazz to know what I like, but that was fantastic.
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        earnmyturns
        On my way back from 2 1/2 weeks in Europe, only music news was an outstanding live performance in Zurich by the "Blue Maqams" (available from ECM) quartet: Anouar Brahem, Django Bates, Dave Holland, Jack DeJohnette. Very different from the Ortiz trio, covering different dimensions of the genre. I'll post soon my 2018 faves so far in the Jazz Nuts thread.
        Apr 21, 2018
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      earnmyturns
      Lyr 3 + Tung-Sol in the house. What a lovely little amp!
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      earnmyturns
      2h+ of great jazz at SFJAZZ with Abdullah Ibrahim, his band, the kind, inimitable Wadada Leo Smith
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      2. Dino
        Dino
        Started getting 'Dollar Brand' LPs in the cut-out/remaindered bins back in the 70s. My intro to 'Highlife'! Your post reminds me that I should see what Abdullah Ibrahim has been up to lately. (83 years old and still doing concerts - too cool.)
        Feb 25, 2018
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      earnmyturns
      Magical discovery: Aleyson Scopel on Almeida Prado's "Cartas Celestes"
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    Gender:
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    Birthday:
    May 12, 1952 (Age: 67)
    Home Page:
    https://sites.google.com/site/fernandopereira/
    Location:
    Palo Alto
    Occupation:
    computer scientist
    Gear List:
    Allo USBridge+DietPi > Schiit Yggdrasil A2
    Raspberry Pi+Pi2 Design 502DAC+piCorePlayer >Soekris dac1541
    Metrum Ambre > Metrum Onyx
    Neurochrome HP-1
    Phonitor XE
    Schiit Lyr 3 + {Psvane ..., Ken-Rad VT231, Reliatron D-getter, ...}
    Apex Peak + Volcano + {some of the above}
    Questyle QP2R
    ZMF Verité silkwood
    MrSpeakers Ether C Flow 1.1
    MrSpeakers Æon C
    InEar ProPhile 8
    Linn Klimax System
    I listen mostly to contemporary jazz (Dave Holland, Eric Harland, Brad Mehldau, Jason Moran, David Virelles, Charles Lloyd, Mark Turner, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Vijay Iyer, Wadada Leo Smith, Chris Potter, Brian Blade, John Scofield, Julian Lage, Bill Frisell, John Abercrombie, Ami Elsaffar, Warren Wolf, Dave Douglas, John Taylor, Craig Taborn, sadly late Charlie Haden, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Ralph Towner, Joshua Redman, John Surman, Danilo Pérez, Brad Shepik, Antoni Sanchez, Ethan Iverson, The Bad Plus, Marc Ribot, Lionel Loueke, Billy Hart, Joe Lovano, ...) recorded and live (thanks SFJAZZ, Yoshi's, Kuumba!), West African (Toumani Diabaté, Ballaké Sissoko, Rokia Traoré, Nuru Kane, Orchestra Baobab, ...), North African (Anouar Brahem, ...), Persian (Kayhan Kalhor, ...), early/baroque/Iberian/Mediterranean (Jordi Savall, ...), classical baroque (Bach interpreters like András Schiff, Richard Egarr, Midori, Pierre Fournier, Helmut Walcha, ...), late 19th-20th-21st century classical (Debussy, Bartók, Stravinsky, Berg, Ligeti, Boulez, Glass, Adams, Saariaho, ...).

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    jazz and powder snow