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Yes, I guess it must, I just bought a Premium 17LS fresh from a visit to the factory for a tune up.The previous owner found it to be too SS sounding for his tastes, he wanted that tube golden glow sound for classical music.We'll see how it goes, I'm going to use either this or the deHavilland UltraVerve3 with the Magnepan 3.7 system and the loser of the great tube preamp shoot out of the century wil get used with the spare 1.7s.I have my suspicions as to how it's going to go but I won't know for certain until next week.I did talk to another ex-Joule owner and he said pretty much the same thing, tends toward the ARC end of the spectrum and that's pretty much the deHavilland.I already have a Sonic Frontiers and an AVA (both of which I really like) but a little variety never hurt things.
lazydays,Which Sonic Frontiers?I was looking for the 3 but none to be had.
JakeJ, I feel your pain. I needed a knee replacement last year but had to wait due to COVID. I am now scheduled for October. I just had emergency arthroscopy on my knee last week as the loose cartilage got stuck in the joint and locked my knee for 4 freaking days.
i have had prem 17ls2, still have my prem 16ls2 as well as newer gen et5 and current et7-2...and yes, tube rolling does absolutely lead to discernable differences in the sound of the unit
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