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Hey, we agree on something Hip hip hooray !!!!!!!charles
So why is it that you both find reality and good engineering practices funny?
So theoretically, are there any advantages of putting my preamp directly to the wall on the same duplex as my power amp and have all the digital sources on a power strip to another duplex on the wall?Or will the preamp benefit from being on the strip with the digital sources?
It is entirely how it sounds BEST to YOUR ears. Totally. I am often enough (usually when I change something) trying stuff out every which way! to see how it sounds the best.The other day while listening on my phones later at night, I swapped the headamp plug a few ways. To see which sounded best. Also did some stuff with the settings on the Marantz Sa-10 disc spinner-DAC. Finding a setting that was a lot better via phones.In general, the preamp IMO, in the conditioner will be 'cleaner' sounding. but may be a little thinner too. From the wall would usually be a little more congested, but maybe more body and slam. All 'maybe'.
Early B- Tell me more about your modded SurgeX. Which model and what kind of mods? I’m using an Uberbuss and love how it sounds but worried that there is no surge protection. Does the SurgeX sound as good as the Uber?
Yes there is. Using two lines one for analog and one for digital is preferred. Second using the same receptacle for amp and preamp is good for using same ground plane. BTW plug amp in top outlet of receptacle as the power goes there first. If those lines are dedicated lines then the affect is stronger. Now try ungrounding the digital into strip. Leave strip grounded. Then try ungrounding analog and leave digital grounded. Report back Ya gonna be surprised.charles
I am requesting politely that you do not 'start shit' on my thread.........................
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