Bikes, Watches and Hi Fi.

Questions about bike hire abroad and everything light bike related. No off-topic chat please

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kgt
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by kgt

I have a relevant 1000euros dilemma. Build a steel hardtail bike or buy a second hand Audio Research CD3 ? :?

audiojan
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by audiojan

It depends... if it's a CD3 MKII, then yes, get that! If it's the MK I... not a bad CD player, but you can do better, i.e. get the hardtail steel bike
"Suddenly the thought struck me; my floor is someone elses ceiling" - Nils Ferlin

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ticou
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by ticou

Wot a cultured lot you are, lurking behind yer Campy's and Shims. I'm probably about to delve into a decent Hi Fi. I've got the bike ride music system sorted, so the home is next. Mown down on me M/bike pay out so it won't hurt. Fancy watches? Nah.

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by veganeric

skiezo, audiojan, all those components listed and not a single weight??

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kgt
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by kgt

Hi-end is the exact opposite of ww. The heaviest the better! :D

My system:
Source:Cairn Fog 2
Preamplifier:Audio Research LS7
Amplifier:Audio Research VS110
Speakers:Harbeth Compact 7ES-2
Cables: VdH interconnects / Kimber speaker cables
Bought everything used or NOS for a fraction of their original price.

ticou
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by ticou

Heavy hi fi; better sound durability and emotion. Some sim's with the modern steels?

audiojan
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by audiojan

My scale only goes so far, so the weight for all my audio stuff reads "Err". :-)
"Suddenly the thought struck me; my floor is someone elses ceiling" - Nils Ferlin

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