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About YashN

Basic Information

Audio System
Music Server(s):
iMac
Music Server Operating System:
Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB
Digital to Analog Converter(s):
iFi iDSD Nano Latest Firmware
Preamplifier:
Internal pre-amp section of the Nano
Amplifier(s):
DIY Single-Ended Triode Tube Amp (Tubelab Simple SE), Panasonic SA-HE100
Loudspeakers:
Totem Mite
Interconnects:
Generic
Loudspeaker Cables:
Custom Cat5 braided cables.
Power Cables:
Custom Power cable for the amplifier based on a Chris Venhaus design.
Remote Control(s):
iPad, iPhone, Android phone or tablet.
Remote Control Apps:
Apple's Remote
Miscellaneous:
DIY Low-Noise USB connection and DIY Low-Noise Linear Power Supply.

DIY AC Filter Box.

DIY Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps.

DIY Stands for Bookshelf Speakers or Monitors and for the Subwoofer.

DIY Seismic vibration isolation.
Dream System:
Lampizator Big 7 or Golden Gate or Trinity DAC, Merging DACs, good ribbon tweeters, multi-channel active multi-amping tubed setup :P
Headphones:
Philips
Headphone Amplifier(s):
iDSD Nano
Portable Player(s):
iPhone, iPad, iFi iDSD Nano.
About Me
Location:
Canada
Occupation:
Computer Engineer.

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Dedicated Line DSD/DXD | Audirvana+ | iFi iDSD Nano | SET Tube Amp | Totem Mites
Surround: VLC | M-Audio FastTrack Pro | Mac Opt | Panasonic SA-HE100 | Logitech Z623
DIY: SET Tube Amp | Low-Noise Linear Regulated Power Supply | USB, Power, Speaker Cables | Speaker Stands | Acoustic Panels

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Audio System
Music Server(s):
iMac
Music Server Operating System:
Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB
Digital to Analog Converter(s):
iFi iDSD Nano Latest Firmware
Preamplifier:
Internal pre-amp section of the Nano
Amplifier(s):
DIY Single-Ended Triode Tube Amp (Tubelab Simple SE), Panasonic SA-HE100
Loudspeakers:
Totem Mite
Interconnects:
Generic
Loudspeaker Cables:
Custom Cat5 braided cables.
Power Cables:
Custom Power cable for the amplifier based on a Chris Venhaus design.
Remote Control(s):
iPad, iPhone, Android phone or tablet.
Remote Control Apps:
Apple's Remote
Miscellaneous:
DIY Low-Noise USB connection and DIY Low-Noise Linear Power Supply.

DIY AC Filter Box.

DIY Acoustic Panels and Bass Traps.

DIY Stands for Bookshelf Speakers or Monitors and for the Subwoofer.

DIY Seismic vibration isolation.
Dream System:
Lampizator Big 7 or Golden Gate or Trinity DAC, Merging DACs, good ribbon tweeters, multi-channel active multi-amping tubed setup :P
Headphones:
Philips
Headphone Amplifier(s):
iDSD Nano
Portable Player(s):
iPhone, iPad, iFi iDSD Nano.

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Recent Entries

How To Explore Computer Audiophilia.

by YashN on 03-22-2016 at 06:57 PM
This was actually a reply to a forum thread, but I thought it should have its own blog entry. These are a list of things to try to explore for better sound within the context of computer audiophilia and documents some findings along my journey.

1. Studying and researching computer audiophilia with the following viewpoints:



a. There must be a way to make digital sound at least as good as analogue


b. Just as we used to do with Hi-Fi analogue systems,

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Reviving my DIY USB cable and finding Wow! again

by YashN on 06-07-2015 at 04:09 PM
It is too long, unwieldy and looks ugly. That's my DIY USB cable.

After Alex and John posted about the enhancements of their Regen Amber device, I wanted to try modifying my USB cable by adding some small resistance to the ground.

In the meantime, the cable was lying unused since the time I tested a USB 3.0 cable to connect the computer to the DAC (Mac to iFi iDSD Nano). The original idea came from a couple of commercial designs, namely the LightHarmonic USB cable with

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