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In Reply to: RE: Direct soldered connections? (nt) posted by mkuller on May 12, 2016 at 20:50:01
yes, continuous from amp transformer output directly to speaker terminals,n no x-over, full-range coaxial, crazy more efficient,I might start listening to vinyl again,I wax and wain, I am also have the PS-1 as input that I also insert once in a while.. what about a zoebel? Smooth the impedance that the amp feels?...I think, could use a sanity check here...thanks
I soldered all of the tube pins to the sockets of my Dynaco Preamp once. You're right, it's much better.
Why didn't I think of that?
Glad this forum exists, general folks don't understand, they just look at my white hair,bent back and cauliflowered ears and shake their heads, and then charge me double. Wish someone would answer the phone... the ringing is distracting...
I believe Marigo makes them and probably other companies as well. A friend of mine swears by them and has them all over his house and system.
I wish they worked on humans :-)
going to check the dots out, anyone know of a diy formula, or should I ask that in the tweak forum? Thanks again for the input....
You should ask that question over at Tweakers.
hhmm...no tuning dots,yet, but back in the day had plenty of micro dots, and was listening to the psychodots,....you are speaking of a quantum tuning?
Narigo dots are based on vibration control and I can see how they would probably work. For quantum dots, you'd have to check with our resident expert on all things quantum.
There are quantum dots, I.e., Super Intelligent Chip (blush) and most likely WA Quantum Chips, Harmonix dots, the ones with REDRUM printed on the inside, Marigo VTS dots for everything from electron tubes to capacitors to speakers to windows and walls. For the more adventurous, I even have Blue and Green dots for walls and ceiling which, just to clarify, are not vibration dampers. Herbies Audio Labs even has Grungebuster Dots.
No, but I've tried Dippin Dots, and they were horrible.
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