I stopped replacing my stuff 15 years ago, with the exception of digital players which have continually evolved. Right now my setup is:
- Logitech Media Player
- Technics SL-D202 Turntable
- Nakamichi Dragon Deck
- Nikko Beta III Preamp
- Adcom 535-2 Amp
- NHT Super Zeros paired with SW2P Subwoofer.
The only piece I'm not that happy with is the Logitech, but I'm not willing to spend audiophile money on a digital network player.
I would love to modify my room acoustically, but the lack of WAF for such changes has always trumped my wants.
... reload it regularly like a Windows gaming box.
Wow! The Windows install/update/drivers process is so painful that I am extremely careful in selecting what I install on my gaming machine. I can upgrade to a new version of Fedora in 15 minutes, give or take a minute or two, though. When it comes to my Windows installation, the ONLY thing I install is games I intend to play. Now if I need to experiment in a Windows environment I don't care about, I use VirtualBox and turn on snapshots.
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Go fuck yourself with a 10ft pole, my dear Mr. Cameron.
Just saving a lookup for some people.