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jtwrace

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  1. jtwrace

    Nearfield Powered Small Speakers

    Designed by Charles Sprinkle who worked at Harman for years. I'd give them a shot for the $300! https://www.kaliaudio.com/lp6-detail
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    SOtM smS-200 unveiled at Munich Hi-End

    Now that I've got that done (wasn't able to use the stock SD Card) is there a list of all the release notes? I'm not able to find that.
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    SOtM smS-200 unveiled at Munich Hi-End

    Does anyone know how to re-burn the SD card with the latest software? I was updating a friends unit and it seems to have bricked the unit.
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    Mark Waldrep In Trouble Again?

    That's being kind. 😂
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    Mark Waldrep In Trouble Again?

    Anyone know what manufacturers cables are in discussion?
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    PS Audio

    I have a PS Audio DirecStream with the Bridge II and really like it. Through all the extreme marketing they do their products seem like the real deal with proper engineering behind them. I actually have a P15 coming too...so curious I had to try it.
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    Physical CD's

    Is that really all that's allowed by law?
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    Power Conditioning, Regenerators, and Cables

    More than anything I'd like to see a dac and amp connected to the P1x and see the measurements of those devices with and without the P1x. That's really all that matters. Like so many in this industry there is rarely any objective data to backup any claims though.
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    Power Conditioning, Regenerators, and Cables

    Oh really? I haven't seen them and am really thinking about a P12 or P15.
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    Surge Protector

    Zero Surge will disagree with you... https://zerosurge.com/faqs/ https://zerosurge.com/normal-mode-v-common-mode/ I have a “whole building” protector, am I adequately protected? + Show Answer A “whole building” protector generally means protection at the powerline service entrance. A review of the clamping levels for most main panel protectors show their clamp levels to be so high as to be ineffective for sensitive electronics. Whole building protector manufacturers, therefore, recommend supplemental point-of-use protection. Plug-in, point of use protectors with low let-through levels are necessary since they should be the first line of defense for sensitive electronics.
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    Physical CD's

    This is an interesting concept. Anyone have experience? https://www.murfie.com/
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    Surge Protector

    I recommend the Zero Surge as they are the inventor of the technology that Brick Wall and other use. If you want the best they have to offer call Donna and get the TSC with Isolation. It's not on their website. $330 with eight outlets. https://zerosurge.com/plug-in-products-solutions/
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    Wireworld Electra 7 Power Cord

    Are you saying that instead of? I'm confused as to your exact point.
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    Wireworld Electra 7 Power Cord

    As in the power conditioner?
  15. I'm in need of some power cords and thought I'd try these out. I've read so many thoughts on these including David's @Cable Guru theory on these and while it makes sense, I'm very skeptical. I'm such a proponent of buying well designed and simple cables. I just question whether these (3) cables in my case are really money well spent. I really prefer objective data but I'm sure there's nothing available on them.
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