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Aftermarket speaker kits = not worth it


By mtbpinball

10 months ago



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#47 9 months ago

I am an audiophile. I have multiple stereo systems and home theater systems in my home that if sold could easily fund multiple NIB pin purchases. My main stereo includes a hot-rodded Garrard 301 turntable, italian 35wpc tube amp, and super-efficient British speakers.... it sounds heavenly. When listening to music I like to dedicate myself to it, I want to be able to tell where the musicians are standing and appreciate each instrument. I cannot really appreciate music with screaming kids/background TV noise/etc so getting picky about the quality of music my pinball machine makes while pop bumpers are firing/flippers are smashing/shaker motor is vibrating seems pointless. I find myself turning the volume down on my IMDN Prem just so the entire house is not deafened. I only have one pin (for now) but I cannot imagine being concerned about the quality of sound when I have multiple machines on at once...

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