An update on my new Linear Power Supply w/Nuprime CDP-9. After many long listening sessions over 2 months, I decided to keep the
Teradak DC-30 over the Keces P3. Though the Keces P3 has higher current drive capability, the Teradak achieves a better balanced sound,
with very natural, organic highs, and beautiful massed string sound on orchestral music. Both have very good dynamics, and deep, well
defined bass, but the Teradak is a bit more musical and true to the Music (I listen exclusively to Classical orchestral music and solo piano).
The CDP-9 with the Teradak DC-30 is the best physical Redbook CD playback I've ever had, and possibly the best I've ever heard, FWIW.
I'm selling the Keces P3; if anyone is interested, please contact me-
[System: CDP-9 w/Teradak DC-30 LPS ; Oppo 103 for Blu-ray/DVD ; Mivera ICEedge 1200AS2 Class D amplifier ; Tekton Impact Monitors ; 2 Emotiva DSP10 subs ; Emotiva CMX2 Line filter/DC offset]