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Congrats on the new system! Sounds delightful!What is this Kootenay 120? Please post a picture of when you get a chance.Thanks!
AsgharPaul has changed his position on the going directly from the DAC to the amp once the BHK preamp was created. I would stick with using the DS-2 between the DAC and the amp. The two Nuprime units have separate Analog preamp circuits unlike the DirectStream.
The Kootenay 120 is the KT88 amp that Don Sachs has recently begun selling. Pics coming....
Michael,What a stunning sight! Did the Psvane TII (middle tube) add a level of clarity over the CV 181? Let me know what you
Michael,What a stunning sight! Did the Psvane TII (middle tube) add a level of clarity over the CV 181? Let me know what you think of those triode switches especially with very efficient and wonderful sounding loudspeakers after some time has passed.Thanks,Wig
Ashgar,That's wild.Noobie question - What's special about this DAC? I see the name mentioned in forums, but I haven't paid attention to it because of (what I thought was) the high price. At $3200 it's in the range of what I've been considering recently.Oh, I agree with what JackD said about wanting to use a preamp. A DAC/pre is very convenient, but my experience informs me that soundstage is superior and dynamics are ...more dynamic (LOL!) when you add a high quality preamp into the system. Without my prompting, Don (Sachs) emailed me after he saw my posts about the amp and DAC today saying that everything will sound much better with my preamp added back in.Michael
Congratulations, Ashgar!That's a mighty nice looking preamp you've got there. Thanks for placing the pre and the DAC side-by-side. Now I know how big the PS Audio DAC is.Audio heaven for Ashgar!
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