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BCarnaval's system

Post by BCarnaval » Sun Jan 02, 2011 4:15 pm

DAR
BC99 x2
BC92
BC62
BC86PC x2
PLCFX2
BC jumper

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Réjean

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Post by esoxhntr » Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:16 pm

Simple, elegant, and well-positioned... bet that sounds good.

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Post by BCarnaval » Sun Jan 02, 2011 5:23 pm

The sound is super,thanks to you George.

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Post by BlueKnight » Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:48 am

esoxhntr wrote:Simple, elegant, and well-positioned... bet that sounds good.
And I will add 'classy' with a minimalistic soupçon for full flavor without all the electronic haze. Image

( I think I just gave myself an ice cream headache with this last one...)
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Post by BCarnaval » Mon Jan 03, 2011 12:01 pm

Thank you Mike,always a pleasure to hear from you :)

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Post by masluck » Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:11 pm

Nice BC setup, BCarnaval!!! :lol:

I noticed that you are using BC jumpers on your speakers. You may wish to consider in the future a bi-wire configuration with another set of the BC92's - it did wonders on my rig (BC26 MKI to Paradigm Studio 100 v2's). I currently have 2 runs of BC91's for the low end and 1 run of BC92's for highs and it is just awesome. It really opened up the presentation, bass control and detail allot.

Have fun!!

Mark

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Post by BCarnaval » Mon Jan 03, 2011 2:33 pm

Hey Mark,thanks for your advice,i know where i can borrow an extra pair of 92's, i'll give it a spin and let you know what i think 8)

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Post by esoxhntr » Wed Jan 12, 2011 10:23 am

BlueKnight wrote:
esoxhntr wrote:Simple, elegant, and well-positioned... bet that sounds good.
And I will add 'classy' with a minimalistic soupçon for full flavor without all the electronic haze. Image

( I think I just gave myself an ice cream headache with this last one...)
Hee hee hee hee... you said soupcon... only the second time I've ever seen that one in a sentence.

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Post by esoxhntr » Wed Jan 12, 2011 5:25 pm

BCarnaval wrote:Hey Mark,thanks for your advice,i know where i can borrow an extra pair of 92's, i'll give it a spin and let you know what i think 8)
Hey Rejean,

If you do borrow a pair of BC92, let us know what it does for your Totems. I'm a BIG fan of "shotgun bi-wiring".

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Post by BCarnaval » Wed Jan 12, 2011 7:57 pm

Hey George,

I have tried bi-wiring on my arros,sure there is more of everything,too much maybe.
I think those little speakers are pushed to their limit,one click too much on the shallco and the woofer are going to fall on the floor.
Arros are great little speakers but surely no match for the monster hiden in my DAR.
Speakers are the next toys on my list.
Meanwhile, today i could not resist the call of a md102t







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and i also replaced the BC62 for a BC68 8)

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Post by BlueKnight » Sat Jan 15, 2011 11:54 am

BCarnaval wrote: Meanwhile, today i could not resist the call of a md102t
It's a beauty! Good choice.Image
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Post by BCarnaval » Sat Jan 15, 2011 1:16 pm

Thanks Mike

It sound like there is a cd playing,dead quiet.
I have forgotten how important the source is,suddenly my arros are not so bad on the lower bass

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Réjean

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Post by BlueKnight » Sun Jan 16, 2011 8:31 am

BCarnaval wrote:

I think those little speakers are pushed to their limit,one click too much on the shallco and the woofer are going to fall on the floor.
Size does matter in some cases. When I replaced my former speakers in 2007 with their bigger brothers, it made a world of difference.

( http://www.bluecircle.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=725 )

Now, those smaller speakers reside in my analog/vintage/video room. They are wired off the high level outputs of my Mirage BPSi powered sub woofer and are electronically crossed at 80 Hz where the sub takes over. Now they can handle the most dynamic noise artifacts of any movie.
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Post by BCarnaval » Sun Feb 13, 2011 1:35 pm

Here is a few mods to my system
Now installed on the long wall,it make the stage a lot bigger

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For you folks out there wondering how the plc fx2 compare to the bc6000....night and day.
Everything in my sound went up a major notch

I hope this mod doesn't void the warranty




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Post by BlueKnight » Sun Feb 13, 2011 3:18 pm

Very neat Réjean! I suggest you place your BC6000 under the shelf of your DAR or empty middle shelf for a better aesthetic and integrated look.

From the picture, we can't see you listening position. Maybe a 5° to 10° toe-in for tighter stereo image? Just my $0.02.
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