I’ve neglected this blog a bit of late. It’s all been rather busy and I just haven’t really had much to post about. Coupla things though…
The Z-5400’s are absolutely brilliant speakers! There is a bit of noise (I’m guessing from the analogue inputs, it doesn’t seem to be there when I use the SPDIF input) but you only really notice it when the volume is up and there’s nothing playing, and let’s face it that’s not going to be often is it! They have a really nice balance to the sound, no frequency range seems overpowering (although the sub certainly can rumble!) and are very clear.
I have also finally got some pictures of my new drums up too.
The Z-5400’s arrived yesterday, and I managed to find a bit of time to set them up and have a quick listen. First impressions are good, the sound is balanced and the sub integrates well with the satellites and does not overpower them.
My only concern is that the analogue inputs seem to be a little noisy. Although I haven’t tried the digital inputs yet.
I seem to be going a bit speaker mad of late. I’ve recently bought a Kef Q6C centre speaker for my HT system, and a pair of Kef Cresta 10’s for the back room (music and digital piano).
I also shifted the back room about quite a bit and decided in the process that it’s about time I replaced my faithful Yamaha YST-M40’s with something a bit newer, and a bit more surroundy, if you get what I mean.
So, at some point soon, I fully indend to get myself some of these.
I just bought some speakers for my digital piano. I seem to have forgotten how to play everything though!
I just found all my old ScreamTracker files from years and years ago (well, we’re talking 12 or more years ago). It’s quite a nostalgia trip listening back to them, and it made me realise how far trackers have come. I’m currently getting the hang of Renoise, which is going quite well so far.
I was going to try and upload a couple, but WordPress.com only accepts images and a few document types. I’ll have to host them elsewhere and link me thinks.