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Stereopal Featured System:   Bruce Mallory  (Canada)  Initial Visit:  Dec 19, 2005

Updated: Nov 30, 2006

                 " This hobby can be a killer on the pocket book but life to the listener!"

..............Bruce Malllory 

 

 

 

 

Bruce describes his system as "Open, Revealing, and Tactile", depending on the source equipment.  He enjoys all kinds of music from Blues to Ambient.

His favorite recordings include B-Tribe (all disc's) Cafe Del Mar Series 7 and 8 cd's, Soulular Energy LP, Dire Straits 1st LP.

I have not had the chance to listen to Bruce's system.   But from the looks of his setup, I am very much looking forward to a day at Bruce's house !

 

System Components:

 

Preamp: Copland 301 Preamp modded by Foundation Research
Power Amp: VTL ST-85 Mono configuration
CD Player: Musical Fidelity A3CD
Turntable: Oracle II
Tonearm: Sryinx Tonearm
Cartridge: Talisman Cartridge
Interconnects: Harmonic Tech Precision Link
Power Cords: CryoClear (Amps & CD Player)
  Blue Circle Power Cord (Preamp)
Tweaks: BDR Cones under components
  Golden Sound cones under transport
Room Treatments: Golden Sound
Amp Rack DIY Isolation rack for VTL Amps, sand filled.
Speakers: Wilson Benesch OActors

 

 

 

Nov 30, 2006 Setup

 

  

Wilson Benesch Actors replaced the Orators

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dec 3, 2005 Setup:

Room size is pretty idea, and it set up is very appealing.   I always like systems which sounds good, and looks good at the same time.

 

 

                           

       

                  Cool looking VTLs, with Mullard 12AU7, and EL34 tubes.

 

 

"C" shaped Wilson Benesch.  The "C" shape reduces resonance and looks cool at the same time.

           

                         

 

Bruce's old Ariston Turntable.  

 

               

                Talisman Cartridge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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