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Here's my prediction: veils will be lifted, the soundstage will fill the room, and he will stay up all night playing his entire music collection, hearing things he has never heard before....
The most "predictable" thing is what you guys always say. Its always the same.
except those that listen....they are the only ones that know.
Modding the caps on an nc400. Isn't that a bit like trying wooden carriage wheels on an F1 car?
No, it's like bringing the F1 car to the local tire store for tires after "the team" has handed you a track ready car.
No, its like taking a stock BMW to your local hot rod place and making it do 50 more horsepower and put on better tires and fix the suspension and remove the steering wheel with air bag and use a tiny steering wheel and put a Recaro seat in it.
That's not it. We're saying it's far more likely with this tech that it's the design here that is not fundamentally reliant on caps, such as an older technology. The NC1200 might sound better for a variety of reasons but I highly highly doubt that caps chosen are a main factor at all.
No, it's like bringing the engine from the F1 car to the local mechanic for a tune up after the engine building team has just finished tuning it....
WRONG: the NC-400 modules are mass produced parts, not finely honed, totally custom, F1 engines. NC-400 modules incorporate many compromises in parts quality, design, and manufacture in order to make them cost effective in the marketplace for consumers.
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