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  1. I recently got a TEAC AI-501DA in addition to KEF LS50s. I am using the AudioQuest USB A->B Carbon cable connecting to my iMac streaming FLAC through the TEAC HR Audio Player to the TEAC AI-501DA. Using the best gauge speaker wire you can get from Monoprice. I notice that the right speaker gets more volume. This is especially noticeable when I turn the volume way down to the point where I can only hear the right speaker (faintly) and the left is silent. The dB gauges indicate that the left speaker indeed is performing slightly lower. I made sure all of the wiring is perfect. This is the only hiccup I have. Can anyone help me out? I am also waiting for TEAC to respond to my ticket. You can view a recording here: https://vimeo.com/107862881