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Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

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basspig

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Post Mon Sep 06, 2010 12:25 am

Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

Pre-amp: Carver C-4000
Main EQ: Behringer DEQ2496
Crossovers: 2 Behringer DCX2496's
dbx 4bx Expander with Impact Restoration
dbx 500 Subharmonic Synthesizer

Power Amps, Mid-High: Dual Hafler 500's, bridged mono, with capacitor upgrades
Surround: Hafler 500, stereo mode, with modified input circuitry & capacitor upgrade
Center Channel: Hafler 500, bridged mono, with capacitor upgrade
Mid-bass: QSC Powerlight 6.0
Sub-bass: QSC Powerlight 6.0

Speakers, Mid-high: JBL E120 and JBL 2403 in custom-built dodecahedral enclosures
Center channel: JBL E120 and JBL 2403 in custom-built dodecahedral enclosure
Mid-bass: two Electro-Voice EVX180B in two custom built single driver cabinets
four Electro-Voice EVX180B in two custom built dual driver cabinets
Sub-bass: Four Bassmaxx ZR18 fiberglass/kevlar pistons in custom built Hemholtz resonators
Surround Speakers: MTX Thunder Pro 2

Sources:
Oppo BDP-83 Blu-ray player
Sony BDP-S301 Blu-ray player
Oppo 981HD DVD player
Switcher: Zektor MAS7.1
Denon DCD-590 CD player
Akai GX747dbx reel to reel deck
Nakamichi 430 FM Tuner
JVC L-A10 semi auto turntable

Computer workstation with Mark of the Unicorn 896 8-channel A/D-D/A converter
An assortment of Kurzweil and Yamaha samplers, ROMplers and synths
Mixing Desk: Behringer MX9000

Studio amplifier: Carver M500
Studio speakers: Modified AR-17 cabinets updated with Dynaudio Acoustics drivers

Decommissioned gear:
Technics SH-8020
Spectro-Acoustics 210R equalizer
ADC SS 525X Computerized equalizer
Custom built Linkwitz-Riley crossover (built in 1982)
Sony SL-HF1000 Super High Band Beta Editing Deck

Sold Equipment:
Phase-Linear D-500 (sold $3000)
Phase-Linear 1100 Parametric EQ (sold $545)
Marantz 2270 Stereo Receiver
Akai GX630DB Reel to Reel deck
SAE 5000A Impulse Noise Reduction System


The whole thing's powered by a 220 vac dedicated line. The power plug on the rack is a 50-amp dryer plug and matching socket at the end of a twin paralleled run of 6AWG copper wires.
Take care,

Mark & Mary Ann Weiss
http://www.basspig.com The Bass Pig's Lair - 16,500 watts of driving surround sound!

Business sites at:
http://www.ampexperts.com
http://www.mwhdvideo.com
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angelod307

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Post Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:48 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

yeah, what he said....oh my...me, oh my....
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Post Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:57 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

That's a pretty healthy list of toys !!!! :shock:
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Post Mon Sep 06, 2010 7:57 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

Nice list of gear
engtaz


Carver M4.0T in front channels to Caver AL VI's in SACD & 2 Channel setup
C 16, PT 2400, Slim Device, Carver TX-8, 490T and Rega TT w Grado Gold cart in the 2 channel setup
Bogen SRB20 is computer amp
Carver PM-350 donated for youth church use
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Scarabeo

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Post Mon Sep 06, 2010 3:21 pm

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

Yes it is a Healthy list - I hope he did not forget to list anything! :lol: THANKS for sharing.
BillD, You will be forever with us! RIP until we meet again on the other side...
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basspig

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Post Tue Sep 07, 2010 1:24 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

Well, I didn't list things like speaker cables and interconnects, like some of the 'voodoophile' forums do, but I think I pretty much covered it all.

Oh, wait... I DID forget something.. the projector! Add an InFocus IN82 to the equipment list, and a SeymourAV acoustically transparent screen in a custom-built frame/wall. :)
Take care,

Mark & Mary Ann Weiss
http://www.basspig.com The Bass Pig's Lair - 16,500 watts of driving surround sound!

Business sites at:
http://www.ampexperts.com
http://www.mwhdvideo.com
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Scarabeo

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Post Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:09 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

basspig wrote:
Oh, wait... I DID forget something.. the projector! Add an InFocus IN82 to the equipment list, and a SeymourAV acoustically transparent screen in a custom-built frame/wall. :)

I knew it!!! I did not see a Projector listed but the Equipment said "HE HAS A PROJECTOR" :lol: IN82 is nice - I got a 120" Electric screen if your screen is Electric it counts on the list [-X otherwise your good to go...
BillD, You will be forever with us! RIP until we meet again on the other side...
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basspig

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Post Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:38 am

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

My screen is a large, stationary acoustically transparent screen which covers a 16' wall of speakers. I custom built the frame and supporing wall for it.
Take care,

Mark & Mary Ann Weiss
http://www.basspig.com The Bass Pig's Lair - 16,500 watts of driving surround sound!

Business sites at:
http://www.ampexperts.com
http://www.mwhdvideo.com
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Terry F.

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Post Tue Sep 07, 2010 3:05 pm

Re: Bass Pig's System, as of August 2010

Nice starter system. :shock: j/k

That must sound incredible! Congrats.

BR,
Terry
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Original ALS, AL-III,
Sunfire TG5,
Sony 300 disc changer (yes, I am lazy), Blue-Ray player.

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