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I received a burned-in GTX-D (R) from DaveC113 yesterday. I installed it pronto and I couldn't help but listen; got close to 3 hours in front of my stereo last night. It is premature for conclusions even with the burn-in provided, but I will say I liked what I heard. A lot.I also received a GTX-D (G) yesterday from Cable Co. but haven't installed it yet.
Blah, I meant to say where I installed it, but the command from my brain didn't make it to my fingers...I installed it in the wall, replacing a Maestro outlet. That outlet feeds my whole system: amps (Decware SE84CKCS and two Rythmik plate amps) via UberBUSS and front end (Baetis Revolution II and Schiit Gungnir) via a CyberPower UPS. By the way, my speakers are Hawthorne Sterling Silver Iris Trios (whew, mouthful), with 15" drivers. The Rythmiks drive two bass augmentation drivers per channel, and the Decware drives the center-mounted 15" coaxial. Efficiency is 97db.Tonight I will temporarily install the GTX-D Gold into the UberBUSS, and let it settle in while it powers the plate amps (which I can safely leave on all day). When I am comfortable with the sound of the Rhodium and the Gold has some of the newness rubbed off, I will switch the Gold into the wall. Timing is probably in a couple weeks until this happens.Rob
Thanks Dave. I already swapped one P&S for a Maestro on Sunday. I have my amp plugged into that outlet. It sounds better, a little more open and mids slightly more forward. Very nice. Especially on my OBs which are more "laid back."I was just thinking that since I only use 3 out of my 4 outlets on the UberBUSS, could I borrow a final filter and install it on the wall outlet? Any benefit there, you think?
I installed the GTX R in the wall and one in the Uberbuss , so far I love what I am hearing
I've found the rhodium GTX takes a good long time to show what it can really do and changes from normal to closed-in and dark sounding and back again many times during the break in period so definitely give them some time.
Hi Dave and everyone ,I recently installed two Rhodium GTX's and found the Grip Factor to be poor in my opinion.The In-wall Cable is a 10 Gauge Stranded Cable from JPS Labs and the Power Cables from the wall to Conditioner are from Audio Magic. They are loose; if I held the outlet upside down with a plug inserted and shook it just a bit the cable would fall out.I tightened the In-Wall cable very tight, do you think that could have damaged the outlets?Had to twist the prongs on the plugs to form some type decent hold.Appreciate any feed back. Complained to the company I purchased from and kinda got blown off, saying its is what it is. They said they would let the distributor know and I sent them an email prior.Have not heard back. Disappointed to say the least.Thanks.....MikePS...Wish I had known I could have purchased them from Dave, he has the integrity to stand by the products he builds and sells.
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