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Start off with a warmer outlet, sonic euphoria

Posted by mattcecil1@yahoo.com on March 15, 2007 at 11:50:43:

i have a P&S 5262 cryo'd, its SO bright and harsh sounding.

If you ever decide to upgrade just a bit, get a warmer sounding audio designed outlet and install a new male plug (from same mfgr as new outlet) onto the power strip which feeds all your gear.

there are still steps to go, baby steps from here though.