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The plug-in rectifiers are interesting and will work with the way my amplifiers are biased. One option we presently have is switchable tube/solid state rectification. The tube rectifier can remain in the socket yet be bypassed to solid state rectifiers with the flip of a switch.
How would you describe the difference between the sound of the two?
Blair, I've noticed that integrateds can have a buffer option. Could you elaborate a bit on that?Steve
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