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We don't really know if this is an improvement. All we know is that you prefer it. It is completely subjective.
The un-modified unit was compared to the modified unit before completing all four. All I had to do was swap speakers between the amps.
No I have not asked Bruno; to ask that question you would want to be supported by measurements of the modified amp.
I am in New Zealand, and this is not very economical to take that action, also my listening enjoyment would be gone.
But you did the swapping yourself, so you knew which was which?I've done many changes over the years and had many components. you know when you get a better sounding product right?I went from a MK1 PS Audio DAC to a MK11 the SQ was a good upgrade this change to the NC400 is easily as good a contribution to better SQI'm just curious if his reaction would have been "Ah yes, good idea, we did cut some corners there!" or "That is a really bad idea, because...".
Understood. If anyone in the USA has done the same I'll extend it to you.
it may measure the same perhaps but sound different to the EAR Hmm
So what is your view - why would it sound different if there are no measurable differences?
So what is your view - why would it sound different if there are no measurable differences
I can't think of any reason, so that is why I asked. I am not saying there can't be differences, but I would have to see verified results of a double-blind ABX before I would start to look for new ways to measure hitherto unmeasurable differences.
Their listeners could detect when turned on and off the "solution" used in their "hyper stream" modulator design.
So, here we have a group of engineers using a listening test to improve their DAC design, and then confirming these results through a new measurement protocol.
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