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mozes

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  1. The Oyaide DC plug can handle a max of 14AWG so beyond that you need to go over the edge and get rid of the outer barrel connector and literally butcher the plug. I don’t recommend it as it is not safe and the cable doesn’t look neat as well. the largest experimental DC cable that I built is 10 AWG, I have cables that range from 10AWG all the way to 18AWG and I find that gauge comes first followed by conductor quality. JSSG 360 tweak takes DC cables to another level.
  2. I also have the same conclusion. The quality and the gauge of the conductor is very important. I have done many many comparisons over the last years and my favourite conductor for DC cables is OCC copper. I don’t have anything less than 13 or 14 AWG. Yes it matters even for 30cm cables!
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    ISO Regen performance Improvement Cheap!

    Yes I ordered a couple of female connectors as well
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    ISO Regen performance Improvement Cheap!

    I am using these plugs. Very good build quality and not expensive like Oyaide https://www.mouser.ca/access/?pn=502-762&sn=Switchcraft&utm_source=mouseriphoneapp&utm_medium=app&utm_campaign=502-762&utm_content=Switchcraft
  5. They need to pay for 5 years of R&D.
  6. mozes

    ISO Regen performance Improvement Cheap!

    I tried the Supra Cat8 and used 4 conductors for -ve and 4 for +ve and it sounds very good, but it doesn’t compete with top quality cables like the one I shared. If your bench mark is mainstream cables like Canare and Belden, then the Supra tweak is recommended. I am also responding to @Cornan quest for AC cable and not a DC cable. This FA-220 was used for AC cables if you don’t need a 3rd conductor for ground.
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    ISO Regen performance Improvement Cheap!

    If you can get your hand on Furutech FA-220 OCC copper (14Awg), you will be rewarded with great dynamics and natural tonality. It is expensive and not easy to find. Don’t buy from eBay as they are fake.
  8. Specify your budget then it becomes easier.
  9. I will try one of my 5A boards before the LPS-1.2 although I think this is counter intuitive, but the proof is in the listening
  10. Are you putting the HPULNs before or after the LPS-1.2?
  11. Congrats Cornan! I am happy that you plan worked. I already received my two HC-HPULNs and need to decide on where and how to use them. Too many choices!
  12. I really like this approach to reviews. Straight to the point, no bloating with unnecessary fluff, clear cut comparisons and rankings without diplomatic apologies. Welldone @austinpop! Thanks for your time and dedication.
  13. Thanks for the info, PCM is clearly less demanding than DSD. I only play music at native sampling rate but it’s always good to know what possibilities are out there.
  14. Are you comparing to upsampled PCM 384 or native 384? one more question, does upsampling to PCM 384 require similar processing power like upsampling to DSD512 does?
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