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In Reply to: RE: Ok posted by E-Stat on March 17, 2017 at 13:59:32
"I chose from Sonore's recommended list as of last summer when I purchased the uRendu. BTW, you can learn a great deal about an inmate's system, room and musical tastes if you click on their moniker. Many like me post details and even pics of their systems."
: I see. Will look around later. Would be nice if there's audiophiles using good CD sources from Esoteric/Emm Labs/dCS/Wadia/Weiss too. I couldn't find matching power supply for Nimitra to recommend because I couldn't ones with designs I prefer. So, I ended up building Nikola myself so it can sound similar to highend CD transports I've known so far.
"Since you missed the first time around, I'll repeat:
I don't have any plan to replace the current unit because I am getting exceptionally good sound from my system. :)"
: Reading again. You're right. You used past tense and I didn't notice that before. I thought you're considering to upgrade with LPS-1.
Well, if you like current sound then it's OK. Be careful about using 7V from 15-20V too since it tends to be hotter on lower voltage, especially with 100VA transformer like that.
Be careful about using 7V from 15-20V too since it tends to be hotter on lower voltage, especially with 100VA transformer like that.
Using my digital infrared thermometer, the case and heat sink temperature measure 71.2 and 71.4 degrees F, respectively. By comparison, the front panel of the preamp which isn't even turned on is 69 degrees which happens to be room temperature. :)
I see. That's good then. Do you also use air conditioner? In Thailand, weather is very hot so I'll need to be extra careful about temperature.
Do you also use air conditioner?
When necessary. I live in the southern US where it does tend to be both hot and humid during the spring and summer. I get vastly more heat, however, from the sixteen 6550C output tubes than a power supply barely operating above idle while doing its job.
Then it's time to jump in the pool!
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