Bill Posted June 2, 2021 Share Posted June 2, 2021 These are my Quatro Wood CT's in Walnut. They are upgrades from my Sig 3As that I had for 20yrs+ (Starting back when they were just 3's) I originally got the 3s because they had the best full range / natural sound of anything else I was looking at in that price range. Everything else in the late 90s sounded bright or had a sibilant quality. I also loved how the main driver array was up at ear level. Everything else had me looking down at the soundstage. The Quatros sound incredible. I think this speaker will be recognized as a milestone in speaker design. Other Equipment. Sources: Analog: A Linn LP-12 that's too far off to the side to see. Digital: The LG-V30 with the quad DAC and Hi-Res audio capability. (Bluetooth and RCA wired) Preamp: An Emotiva PT-100. This started as a interim purchase to replace my flaky Linn Majik until I could research a better choice, but it sounds so good it's been really hard to replace. All the 5 star reviews seem to have been earned. Amplifiers: Twin Monoblock Mosfet Amps that I built, based on a Randy Slone topology. They'll do ~250 watts/per with <.005% THD at 1khz. Freq Response 3hz to 120khz. The power devices were matched by Randy. (RIP) It was a fun project though. They're about 15yrs old with some minor upgrades for soft starts and adjustable led brightness. Cabling: My speaker cables a mid grade bi-wire (Linn K400 I think) They're 30+ years old. All the interconnects are Linn or Audio Quest. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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