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In Reply to: RE: Simaudio 700i posted by raingerz on June 20, 2017 at 13:03:49:
To recap, the Simaudio 600i has just one fuse. Moreover, it is externally located, right next to the rear panel On/Off rocker switch. Thus, you don't have to open the chassis, in order to access the fuse. All you need is a small flathead screwdriver.
My 600i is a few years old. It utilizes a large, 32mm, fast-blow, 5.0A fuse. Current-production 600is may use a 6.0A fuse, so check the manual and the OEM fuse itself.
Off on a tangent, I'm currently reviewing Simaudio's 820S outboard power supply, which uses two fuses. I just finished reviewing its "F1" fuse. Those are the small 20mm types, but you can get an idea, about what some of the brands/models do.
Because the Simaudio gear has enough resolution, things like fuses do have an influence. But only you should decide if those sonic changes are for better, worse, or quid pro quo.
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Topic - What, me worry? - raingerz 16:34:52 06/19/17 (15)
- RE: What, me worry? - Dave_K 07:38:55 06/22/17 (1)
- RE: What, me worry? - raingerz 20:17:04 06/22/17 (0)
- RE: What, me worry? - AbeCollins 17:26:07 06/20/17 (0)
- Clarification - raingerz 20:15:21 06/19/17 (0)
- That doesn't sound right - Luminator 19:41:48 06/19/17 (8)
- Nice rack by the way - raingerz 20:22:33 06/19/17 (5)
- Simaudio 700i - Luminator 20:48:04 06/19/17 (4)
- You just jogged my mind - raingerz 20:18:04 06/19/17 (1)
- Mine Does Reset - Luminator 20:27:10 06/19/17 (0)
- RE: What, me worry? - airtime 18:40:35 06/19/17 (1)
- RE: What, me worry? - pictureguy 13:20:28 06/20/17 (0)
- 600i's Fuse - Luminator 20:49:21 06/20/17 (1)
- RE: 600i's Fuse - fantja 04:01:12 06/22/17 (0)