Why Don’t You Post Your System on Your Profile?

Many of you ask others to advise you, but the answer to so many questions is system dependent.  Why don’t you post your system on your profile prior to requesting help?


To be sure, this chat room is truly wonderful, as it's filled with highly intelligent folks caught up in the madness of wanting to listen to their music with the best possible fidelity. I spend a ridiculous amount of time on it, too. I got to concur, though, that if you have any urge to transact business or look at pictures, it's the proverbial riddle caught up in an enigma.

coralkong -- thanks for the correction!!! I knew I had the cliche wrong, but when I went into google in an attempt to get the proper wording, I discovered that google ain't the best place to receive grammatical advice. Blame it on Saturday Morning brain freeze.


Nice system. Clearly well chosen. I have a Prima Luna integrated and think it sounds great. I don’t think you need be hesitant at all to show it. Pride of ownership comes from the passion and effort you put in carefully choosing and integrating your system.


One of the principles that Robert Harley points out in The Complete guide to High End Audio is that you need not spend a fortune to put together a great system. The comparison is really to what is typical… which I guess is tv speakers… or PC speakers. I am sure yours sounds hugely better and can serve to help other folks building modest systems or starting out,

@milpai, like a few others mentioned--maybe more than a few?-- it was just so non-intuitive and I hadn't read that it was a thing before now. Since a few folks provided some simple steps, I took the plunge as I'm sure some others did, too.