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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17115 on: June 20, 2024, 09:30:38 AM »
Pink Floyd

Title: Winterland 1972
Date: 23 September, 1972
Location: Winterland Auditorium, San Francisco, California
Source: TDK Tape 100 Master Reel>Sirene-046 Silver CDs
   Copy 77 of 300>EAC>WAV>SHN
Rating: VG+

Disc One (23 September):
    1. Speak To Me                 3:31
    2. Breathe In The Air                 2:42
    3. The Travel Section (On The Run)           5:33
    4. Time                    6:01
    5. Breathe In The Air (Reprise)           1:03
    6. The Mortality Squence (The Great Gig In The Sky)    4:27
    7. Money                    6:03
    8. Us And Them                 6:56
    9. Any Colour You Like              4:08
   10. Brain Damage                 3:43
   11. Eclipse                    1:53
   12. One Of These Days                10:09
   13. Careful With The Axe, Eugene           9:11
                     Total:   65:20
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17116 on: June 20, 2024, 10:45:03 AM »
Jimi Hendrix Experience - Concerts 1968 (8)

Artist: Jimi Hendrix Experience


11 August 1968 : Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, Iowa.

Source: Audience recording

Lineage: 4.8.68 Master > cassette x2 > Soundstudio >  Shorten > SHN
11.8.68 Master > cassette x3 > Soundstudio >  Shorten > SHN

11 August 1968 : Coliseum Ballroom, Davenport, Iowa.

08. Intro and tune up
09. Are You Experienced
10. Lover Man
11. Foxy Lady
12. Red House
13. I Don't Live Today
14. Fire
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17117 on: June 20, 2024, 11:41:21 AM »
moe.
October 4th, 1997
King Cat Theatre - Seattle, WA

Source: SBD > TEAC DAP-20 @ 48kHz
Transfer: Master > DA-20mkII > Delta DiO 2496 > Wavelab 5 > CDWave > FLAC
DSP: +2dB of gain applied, removed pre-emphasis, applied fades, and resampled
to 44.1 using Wavelab

Taped by John Ricker
Transfer by K.C. Cadwallader
Big Thanks to Dave Flaschner for providing the Master DAT's & patch deck for this tour!

== SET I ==

disc 1:
01. tuning
02. Spine Of A Dog
03. St. Augustine
04. Yodelittle
05. Don't F With Flo
06. Mexico
07. tuning
08. Letter Home
09. Akimbo

== SET II ==

disc 2:
01. tuning
02. Seat Of My Pants
03. Water
04. tuning
05. It
06. tuning
07. lylelovit.
08. tuning
09. Moth >
10. CalifornIA >
11. Moth

disc 3:
01. tuning
02. Happy Hour Hero
03. tuning
04. Four
05. Rebubula
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17118 on: June 21, 2024, 01:32:07 PM »
Echo & The Bunnymen
2023-09-27
?Celebrating 40 Years of Magical Songs?
Aula Magna, Lisboa, Portugal

Source:Zoom H2 (WAV - 48 kHz / 24 bit) Rear Mic Mid gain
Lineage: WAV 48 kHz / 24 bit>Audacity for light EQ and track cut>flac

Set list:

01. Going Up
02. Rescue
03. All That Jazz
04. Flowers
05. Bring On the Dancing Horses
06. All My Colours (Zimbo)
07. Seven Seas
08. Nothing Lasts Forever / Walk on the Wild Side
09. Over the Wall
10. Bedbugs and Ballyhoo
11. Never Stop
12. The Killing Moon
13. The Cutter

Encore:

14. Lips Like Sugar


Ian McCulloch - vocals
Will Sargent - guitar
Pete Reilly - guitar
Stephen Brannan - bass
Simon Finley - drums
Mike Smith - keyboards


For me this was the first time at an Echo & the Bunnymen concert. Should have done that ages ago. I went with no high expectations about it and came out feeling the same... Everybody knows about Ian's vocal limitations these days and for my surprise the band works with that issue in a good way with those high and low variations and change of tone but it is impossible not to notice the flaws. Now that i am listening to this recording i feel that the concert was not as bad as i felt it there but i believe it is because i do not have the image of a bored Ian on stage. The posture killed it. He was talkative but couldn't understand a word he was mumbling. The band is great, some songs sound great but Will and Ian pass that sense that they would rather be anywhere else than there... All in all it was a warm/cold show for me and i will rather stick with the records and the 80's bootlegs.
As for the recording i think it came out good for that room and i say that because for me it was always difficult to record at that venue. I love the room i love the sound of it but it is hard to find a sweet spot. Still i hope you guys enjoy it.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17119 on: June 21, 2024, 02:55:15 PM »
Garcia & Grisman
Warfield Theatre
San Francisco, CA
5/11/92

**VIDEO**

Set 1:
The Thrill Is Gone (missing)
Rosalie McFall
Two Soldiers
Grateful Dawg
Louis Collins
Short Life Of Trouble
Oh, Wind and Rain
Milestones

Set 2:    
Walkin' Boss (1)
When First Unto This Country (1)
Sweet Sunny South (1) (2)
Shady Grove
Friend Of The Devil
Stealin'
Dawg's Waltz
Sitting Here In Limbo
Arabia
Encore:
I'm My Own Grandpa

Comments:
(1) Just Jerry and David.
(2) Garcia and Grisman both on banjo.
Setlist and information courtesy of The Jerry Site.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17120 on: June 22, 2024, 05:04:25 AM »
BB King
Bailey Hall, Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
1985-09-29

01. BB King Orchestra
02. BB King Introduction
03.
04. Sweet Little Angel
05. When It All Comes Down
06.
07. Better Not Look Down
08. I've Got a Mind to Give Up Living
09. Why I Sing the Blues
10. Caldonia
11. One of Those Nights
12. Ain't Nobody's Business
13. [band introduction]
14. Into the Night

Master Sony UCX-S Cassette
2 Nakamichi CM-100s with CP1 Cardiod Capsules and Sony TC-D5m
Front Row Balcony - Center

Transfer:
Cassette master playback on Sony TC-D5m to Marantz PMD-670

Notes:
- Some level adjustments during track 2
- There's a little more of the show that I can't find on another cassette
- Tape flip in track 8
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17121 on: June 22, 2024, 07:13:48 AM »
David Lindley
02/10/06
Mongos
Grover Beach, CA

Digital Soundboard; Sony TCD-D8
Master DAT Transferred: Tascam DA-P1 >S/PDIF >HHb CDR 800 PRO,
CD Masters >FLAC (Level 8) Via xACT 2.37
FLAC Tags Via xACT 2.51 By OldNeumanntapr (+ front cover artwork)

Recorded And Transferred By OldNeumanntapr

Disc I:
01. //Old Coot From Tennessee
02. Seminole Bingo
03. Copperhead Road
04. Brothers Under The Bridge
05. When A Guy Gets Boobs
06. 7/8th Suite
07. Oud Instrumental

Disc II:
O1. Sacajawea Soundtrack / Afindafindral
02. Johnson Boys
03. Catfood Sandwiches
04. Her Mind Is Gone
05. Soul Of A Man
06. The Indifference Of Heaven//

OldNeumanntapr Notes:
This is a show that has been under wraps since its inception. I was able to plug in without anyone at the club's knowledge, but I was told by my contact NOT to let this recording out... until Lindley had died. So I have honored that promise these last 17 years.

I just now received permission to share this so please enjoy and love this for what it is, a bit of lightening in a bottle from a long ago time. Please don't sell this! Share with kind, Lindley-loving fans.

Best version of Cat Food Sandwiches I've EVER heard! over 30 minutes! Unreal recording from a small club.
The beginning and ending of the show are clipped, unfortunately. This was done one a single 124minute professional tape.

It was with great sadness that I learned early this afternoon of Mr. Dave's passing. I had heard that he had been in frail health for a while and that he had suffered Long Covid, but I don't know if that is what lead to his death.

I was EXTREMELY Lucky to have seen and recorded him as many times as I did. The only show I EVER got thrown out of for taping was the David Lindley / Hani Naser show at Loco Ranchero in San Luis Obispo, CA in 1993. I was using my friend Gene's Sony D10 DAT and the internal NiCad battery wouldn't hold a charge so I was trying to record with the AC power cord plugged into the wall, near the plasma light. (The walls were painted black and I knew that there was an electrical outlet there for the light.)
I had the D10 with two Nakamichi CM 300s with CP1 cardioid capsules in a backpack, aimed at the left side speakers. Loco Ranchero (was) a tiny club , up on the hill overlooking highway 101, where KSBY TV channel 6 is now.

Little Jack, a dwarf soundman who I helped with sound at Blues shows, was the one to out me. He was drunk and spoke in a loud voice about me taping and Lindley's road manager heard and demanded the tape. I refused to give it because (at the time) DAT blanks were $10 each locally and they threatened to call the cops. 'Call 'em', I said and walked out.

It was no net loss because I only paid for the early set and at the set break I went to the men's room and hid in the stall, so I only tried recording the second set. ;)
I wish I had that recording. It was a great show.

I will always miss hearing his playing, and it cracked me up when he would 'channel' Jimmy Stewert!

I have 152 Lindley recordings and hope for more. :)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17122 on: June 22, 2024, 09:59:24 AM »
Rod Stewart and Ron Wood
1969-07-xx
B Harris living room, North Woodmere, L.I, New York

My additional Lineage: FLAC > TLH (fixed SBEs) > FLAC

From fortilix, the uploader:

Hi Gang
Here is the first offering of a batch of tapes offered by my friend Glimmerman to transfer and upload for your pleasure.

All the thanx go to him.
For digging deep in his vaults.
For sending me the tapes.
AND FOR TAPING THESE SHOWS!



This tape is a low gen. generation tape of a recording that took place in July 69 in a recording studio owned by B. HARRIS and recorded by the man.
So this is a UNRELEASED STUDIO TAPE! (It was not recorded by Glimmerman).

Well, I guess it was ? unreleasable!!!
The boys are having fun, bashing on some acoustic guitars and "singing" some "tunes"!


It's a piece of history and quite collectible.
There are two guitars sometimes, so who's the second guitarist? Rod?

You will find in the folder photos of the tape with the "tracklisting" handwritten on the box.
It was named "NOT NOT INSANE"
Well it's all in the title...

It was quite difficult to discern a song from another and to recognize them as they were quite in a jamming mood.
I tracked 14 tracks but I might have mastered it differently.



It's a raw transfer from the tape. No EQ, no Noise Reduction. No speed correction needed.
This version is CD friendly. 16/44100.

Anyway, enjoy this rarity and have fun.

Stay tuned, always more to come!

Info from Nico at http://www.nzentgraf.de/books/rw/rw1969.htm:

Jam-session. Incl.

                   - Sweet Georgia Brown (Maceo Pinkard/Ben Bernie/Kenneth Casey)
                   - unidentified folksong 1
                   - unidentified blues (jam?)
                   - Down By The Riverside (Trad.)
                   - The Ballad Of Bonnie & Clyde (Mitch Murray/Peter Callandar)
                   - jam
                   - unidentified folksong 2
                   - blues jam
                   - jam ("I Love My Pretty Baby")

                      Line-up: RW (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/& others (gtr, voc)



from Bonnieh1048, the taper:

I am the infamous "B Harris". This was recorded in my parents' living room in North Woodmere, L.I, New York in July 1969. We were fooling around with a Sony stereo reel to reel deck. Each channel was mic'ed separately. None of this was ever meant to see the light of day. The guys were indeed very drunk. I think that both Rod and Ronnie were on guitar.

The cassette tape in the photo is NOT first gen, but a copy off of the reel to reel tape. I have no idea when I copied it, but I can guess for whom. The handwriting on the tape is mine. The copy that glimmerman has is god-knows-what-gen, but it sounds pretty good considering.

and then more:

Peter Grant, the Jeff Beck Group's manager, was stingy with their expenses (except for Jeff). My parents were conveniently away in Europe. They had a nice big house with a swimming pool on Long Island, where I put Rod, Ronnie and Tony Newman up for a couple of weeks. My friends and I had been hanging out with the band for about a year, so it was like a party atmosphere the whole time. Did I say that there was a fully stocked bar in the basement? Even stodgy old Jeff would come over sometimes. Incredibly, the cops came by only once.

I had a Sony stereo reel to reel deck and two mics...

I really admire your work, Jerseyboy! Yes, I am a lifelong taper.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17123 on: June 22, 2024, 10:38:21 AM »
** Peter Tosh - My Fathers Place, New York, NY   March, 15th 1979  **   showid 47367
 


Probably the my favorite Tosh shows are the ones from 79, and this is a nice FM broadcast.

Recording source: FM

Transfer source: my cassette to pc from sony D3 through SB X-Fi Audio 2400 sound card

Transfer: Sony D3 > Jet Audio (>PCM 44,1000 kHz, 16 Bit, Stereo) > CDWav > Flac Level 8

Taper:   unknown

Flac Ffp or Md5: Yes see below

*******************************************
*******************************************



Setlist:

01.  400s.flac
02.   pick myself up.flac
03.    African.flac
04. Burial - ketch shubby.flac
05.   soon come.flac
06.   the toughest.flac
07.    bush doctor.flac
08. dont look back.flac
09.  get up stand up.flac
10. announcer.flac
11.  legalize it.flac
12.  rastafari is.flac
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17124 on: June 22, 2024, 01:22:21 PM »
moe.
October 6th, 1997
The Rev - Edmonton, Alberta, CA

Source: SBD > TEAC DAP-20 @ 48kHz
Transfer: Master > clone > DA-20mkII > Delta DiO 2496 > Wavelab 5 > CDWave > FLAC
DSP: Removed pre-emphasis, EQ(bass), applied fades, and resampled to 44.1 using Wavelab 5
and the Waves Q10 plug-in

Taped by John Ricker
Transfer by K.C. Cadwallader
Big Thanks to Dave Flaschner for providing the DAT's & patch deck for this tour!


== ONE SET ==

disc 1:
01. Stranger Than Fiction
02. Spaz Medicine
03. Mexico
04. YOY
05. Threw It All Away
06. tuning
07. Plane Crash
08. tuning
09. St. Augustine
10. Four

disc 2:
01. Rebubula
02. Waiting For The Punchline >
03. Seat of My Pants

disc 3:
01. tuning/banter
02. E: Salt Creek
03. Buster
04. I Wanna' Be Sedated


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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17125 on: June 23, 2024, 03:07:46 PM »
Melanie - Live Collection 1971/1975

A FogOnTheTyne Production
Proshot PAL DVD

Menus: Menu with song selection
Video Quality: 10
Audio Quality: 10

Menu 1:
BBC In Concert
BBC London, England
Recorded on 14th July 1971
First broadcast BBC2 8th January 1972
BBC Programme Number: CHVG382J

01. Close To It All
02. Tuning My Guitar
03. The Nickel Song
04. Beautiful People
05. What Have They Done To My Song Ma
06. Peace Will Come (According To Plan)

Note: Only ever broadcast twice, this recording is taken from the second broadcast in 2006
Source: BBC4 DVB-S, 12th May 2006, logo free.
Format: 4:3 PAL DVD, 720x576, 25 fps, 3276 kbps
Audio: mp2 48khz/256kbps stereo
Length: 26:39
Lineage: DVB-S -> SkyStar SS2/DVBViewer -> VideoRedo -> DVDLab
Recorded by Joefish

Menu 2:
Musikladen
Radio Bremen, Germany
November 1975

07. What Have They Done To My Song Ma
08. You're Not A Bad Ghost, Just An Old Song
09. Virgin Mary (Pretty Little Baby)
10. Here We Go Again
11. Beautiful people
12. Hallelujah #1
13. Penny Evens/Peace Will Come (According To Plan)
14. Hallelujah #2
15. Brand New Key
16. The Sun and The Moon
17. I'm Back In Town

Supersonic
London Weekend Television
Broadcast November/December 1975

18. Almost Like Being In Love
19. What Have They Done To My Song Ma

Source: Unknown
Format: 4:3 PAL DVD, 720x576, 25 fps, 9090 kbps
Audio: AC3 48khz/256kbps stereo
Length: 49:44
Lineage: analog TV -> VHS -> Trade DVD -> VideoRedo -> DVDLab

http://www.melaniesafka.com/home.cfm

Artwork included.

Support the artists! Buy their official releases, go to their concerts!
Trade freely! Do not buy or sell! Keep it lossless!

Originally uploaded to TTD by propylaen2001 in October 2013.
This re-upload by propylaen2001 in May 2018.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17126 on: June 23, 2024, 04:43:19 PM »
"If you Ever Film in Phoenix, You Better Walk Right" (DVD)

Bob Dylan & his Band
Veteran's Memorial Coliseum - AZ State Fair, Phoenix, AZ 2009.10.17

Main Program (AZ State Fair Show)
01. Intro
02. Cat's in the Well
03. Lay, Lady, Lay
04. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
05. Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
06. Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again
07. Love Sick
08. If You Ever Go to Houston
09. Highway 61 Revisited
10. Outro

TRT: 0:42:04 NTSC
16:9 Aspect Ratio
Separate Menu's for Chapter Selection's & Bonus Selections
Custom Motion Menu's
Filming, Audio/Video Editing, Authoring: HH
3.19 GB
Disk Artwork Included

Sony Cam 720P H.264 Master's>Avid Media Composer>MPEG-2>DVD Studio Pro>DVD

Bonus (Available from Separate Menu)
01. Things Have Changed (0:04:26)
02. Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (0:04:24)
03. My Wife's Hometown (0:04:42)
04. Sugar Baby (0:05:48)
"Things Have Changed from AFI Tribute Show, other three bonus songs from Portland show on 2009.10.07, with upgraded audio from previous sources


I shot this show back in October and shared it with a few friends that were at the show and some Dylan fans from ER and youtube, just a few though and never got around to submitting it to DVDylan. Basically, you get just over half of the AZ State Fair Show, and then I threw one some bonus stuff from that same tour (from the earlier show in Portland with upgraded audio) and the Things Have Changed from the AFI tribute to help fill out the DVD, and help it more fully represent the overall Fall 2009 Dylan show. You also get small bits of "Workingman's Blues #2," "Jolene," and "Ballad of a Thin Man" from the AZ show for the DVD's motion menu's/audio. Would have loved to have gotten the whole AZ show, but local security was a bit (understatement) of a pain (not just for me, but many others) as the title's play on words represents. Enjoy!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17127 on: June 24, 2024, 05:08:54 AM »
Quicksilver Messenger Service
Winterland, San Francisco, CA
1967-12-31 (Sunday)

MAR>?>R @ 7.5 ips.(Will Boswell) > FLAC(24/96)..

Transfered by Matt Smith 6/11

24 bit


Disk 1   
1. //Instrumental (7:25)   
2. Pride of Man (3:56)   
3. Who Do You Love   (9:58)
4. If You Live (4:19)   
5. Too Long (3:24)
6. Smokestack Lightning (10:38)
7. Babe, I'm Gonna Leave You (4:37)   
8. Gold & Silver (11:14)   
9. Dino's Song (3:05)
10.Back Door Man (4:10)
11.Mona (9:05)

Disk 2 - The Final Jam (incomplete) (10:31)
12. peepin & hidin > ride this train > you don't remember me ?
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17128 on: June 24, 2024, 07:27:13 AM »
The Band
1976-09-17
Spectrum Theater,
Philadelphia, PA

source: aud cassette master
taped by Rich Petrunis
sony recorder

nakamichi dragon > benchmark adc1 24/96 >
pc > adobe audition cs6 > cd wave > flac
transfer & seed by Rob Berger april 2013

disc one: 40:20
01 - Ophelia
02 - The Shape I'm In
03 - It Makes No Difference
04 - The Weight
05 - King Harvest
06 - Twilight
07 - Ring Your Bell
08 - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down >
09 - Across The Great Divide
10 - Stage Fright

disc two: 41:19
01 - Forbidden Fruit
02 - Acadian Driftwood
03 - The Genetic Method >
04 - Chest Fever
05 - This Wheel's On Fire
06 - Don't Do It
07 - Up On Cripple Creek
08 - Life Is A Carnival
09 - W.S. Walcott Medicine Show

notes: Thanks to Rich and his son John for sharing this rarity with us.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?
« Reply #17129 on: June 24, 2024, 12:20:41 PM »
CARLOS SANTANA - WAYNE SHORTER BAND
Great Woods Performing Arts Center
Mansfield, MA, USA
June 25, 1988  (1988-06-25)

Another Goody Speed/Pitch-adjusted Audio Upgrade / Reconstruction

Lineage:
-Recording
Sbd -> cassette? -> cassette (low generation?) -> DAT
-Mastering:
DAT transferred on December 22, 2010
Sony PCM-R500 (extremely low error rates) -> RME Fireface -> Sony VGN-SZ330P Laptop -> Cubase 3 -> Adobe Audition 3, minor front and tail edits etc.,
UV22 dither -> Trader's Little Helper (FLAC=8) >

Goody's additional lineage:
foobar2000 (WAV) > Audition (Pitch Bender, various amounts; Tracking updated; patches and fills from alternate glasnostrd19 source*) >
Alt. source tracks only: iZotope RX8 Advanced (azimuth & phase adjustments; wow & flutter repair) >
TLH (FLAC Level 8; Align sector boundaries; .ffp) > foobar2000 (tags)


Musicians
Carlos Santana ? guitar, percussion
Wayne Shorter ? tenor & soprano saxophones
Patrice Rushen ? keyboards
Chester D. Thompson ? keyboards
Alphonso Johnson ? bass guitar
Leon "Ndugu" Chancler ? drums
Armando Peraza ? bongos, congas, percussion
Jos? "Chepito" Areas ? timbales, percussion

Set List
Disc 1
101 /Spiritual > Peraza 8:11
102 Wayne II (Kinesis) 5:05
103 Wayne I 9:40
104 Incident At Neshabur 15:41
105 Shhh.../ (incomplete) 7:20
106 Fireball 2000 (*patched) > 4:51
107 Armando Peraza solo 3:57
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Runtime: 54:45

Disc 2
201 Goodness And Mercy 4:14
202 Band Introduction 1:39
203 Sanctuary > 7:36
204 For Those Who Chant 5:13
205 The Healer 6:46
206 Mandela 6:47
207 Elegant People (incomplete) 1:42*
208 Ballroom In The Sky 7:25* (flaws in beginning)
209 Once It's Gotcha 6:42*

----------------------------------------------------
Runtime: 48:04

Total Runtime: 1:42:49
GoldenEar Triton Reference (pair), Musical Fidelity M6si, Schiit Yggdrasil-OG-B, Oppo UDP-205, Emotiva ERC-3, LG OLED65C9PUA, Salamander Synergy Triple Unit SL20, Audeze LCD-X, GIK acoustic paneling
http://halr.x10.mx/other.html