•   daoming_eli How does bose speakers sound for a vinyl? @garytsl 4d
  •   garytsl @daoming_eli Perfect. I used to have vinyl set up to Bose AM5 series 1 in 1989 when they first came out. The sound is still unbeatable for the price you pay. Deep Bass and Very Clean Highs but a little lacking in mid range unless you turn the volume UP 4d
  •   daoming_eli Indeed, bose is quite expensive.. btw your setup is in stereo or 5.1/7.1 system? @garytsl 4d
  •   garytsl @daoming_eli go secondhand on Bose AM5. Which country are you in? Probably US$200-300 can land you one in nice shape. The Harman Kardon amp is a 7.1 4d
  •   daoming_eli Sorry to bug you some questions..hahaha coz usually vinyl plays on a stereo setup..but 7.1 system how's the separation of sound? @garytsl 4d
  •   garytsl @daoming_eli haha. I don't use all the channels. Just the front speakers. So the centre, rear and surround are just on standby. Of course you can hook up all 7 speakers but no sense in doing that for vinyl 4d
  •   daoming_eli Haha confusion just sank into me..anyway thanks for the tips.. 4d
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garytsl The old block of the Bank of China Building was built in 1954 with a total of 18 floors. It was designed by P & T Architects & Engineers Ltd (otherwise known as Palmer and Turner) of Hong Kong

The pair of lions guarding the entrance is a work by Rudolfo Nolli. The block was the tallest building in the central business district of Singapore, Raffles Place from 1954 till 1974, when it was overtaken by UOB Plaza Two.

The additional new block was completed in 2000. With 36 floors and a height of 168 metres it is built immediately adjacent to the old block and shares a common podium
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