Re: Do you have a hifi bucket list?
Posted: Thu Jan 10, 2019 6:43 pm
hifinutt wrote:Attonine wrote:The list is too long and constantly changing.
Recently I’ve been thinking about second (and third and fourth...) systems.
Sugden a21 with some ProAc. Never heard either, forums say they are a match made in heaven. I’d like to find out.
Leben 300 or 600, not sure about speakers, thought about Harbeth (which I like anyway), forums say Devore, but I think that would be a real stretch in the U.K., but it’s a bucket list right?
I’ve never heard Bryston or Krell and very little MacIntosh, so would like to give them a whirl. Luxman I know I like but would really like the chance to have a proper go.
Wilson Puppy speakers. Magico.....I always have time for Magico.
Quad ESL 57 is an apprpriate space, and some of the all time classic electronics, (like the Sugden above), by Quad, Leak etc.
I think I’d like the chance to hear more equipment in my environment. Shows are all very well, and give us the chance to hear some of the ludicrous and exotic bits and pieces, but would be nice to have a go with some of this at home In your own chair.
I belong to the proac facebook group and recently had a pair of 125 which were marvellous , there are some super bargains about . i did struggle with the bass with the 125 but eventually sorted it . they would be fab with sugden
We had a leben cs600 here not too long ago with my rienzi speakers and while it was good it was slightly harsh at times
i am told the 300 is good with harbeth p3esr
just sold my harbeth shl5plus which sounded amazing at a friends house but try as i might i could not get them to work for me in my 2 rooms , they do not like walls and so a demo in your room is essential . there is HUGE +++++ love for harbeths on FB and i recently got a pair of p3esr which are rather super
Heard the magico A3 this time last year and they were superb , its a great game this
i’m obviously not on the right forum, i would have loved to have tried those harbeth hi plus 5 with my gear