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In Reply to: RE: A long time ago, I thought things like this were important posted by Chip647 on July 08, 2017 at 07:40:17
If an audio system is really playing the music, and you are
playing excellent music, then nearly everyone who enters upon that
scene will be lifted up by it.
It will be obvious to most there that the system is working
musically-- nothing more is needed.
Of course, there will be those who didn't like it-- or maybe
the music. They are the people who will require lots of time
to adjust whatever their own personal diffrugalties happen to be
(they probably can't or won't admit it) -- it isn't about the
equipment or the music..
What was once said about the best among us being the more
adaptable to GOOD change?
Ok guys, so how do you know when the amp is "really playing the music" if not by comparing different amps in real time?
Nothing at all wrong with doing that...
Have at it!
Listen, and share the fun; listen with a few friends. Have them bring a few things to drop in and compare...it is worth the effort...:)
Friend, I would not hurt thee for the world...but thou art standing where I am about to shoot.
My favorite and most reliable friend for keeping me "grounded" is my wife, and she has surprised me several times in the past with her sensitive and discerning listening ability. She could hear no difference between the amps either. So the quest for a plausible explanation continues.
one explanation is distortion on all three amps. post schematics of all three amps with voltages.
I would guess that the odds of the distortion of each of three different amps being of such a nature as make them all sound the same are pretty close to astronomical. I think I have better odds of winning the lottery.
it is actually the most likely scenario. I seem to remember the 813 amp op points were found to be falling off the curve chart. just post the 813 schematic with voltages.
It's good advice, Vinnie!
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