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I’m enjoying reading this thread and looking forward to your final conclusions. But I too am in the no resistor camp. They always seem to hold great promise of happy listening days to come but eventually they always disappoint. IMO, all resistors should be gathered by the truckload then fired out of canon towards Buffalo ... such was my great disapointment. Like Rollo, I had better luck with a new preamp and cables.
.... Or use a switch. A switch would add at least one more resistor hanging there, and add in the switch contacts..
One bad rabbit.
I am only writing this stuff because a few people said they like to read about what I am doing to the system.
It maybe a bit late for your particular quest, but when I was flipping resistors, I ended up with the Path Audio over the Duelands so you may want to give them a go as well once you decide on a resistance level.Cheers,
After 'breaking in a few more days... I have realized the PATH are better than the Duelund 'overall'.THe Duelund are superior in the upper registers, in every way, However they also tend to accentuate the upper registers a tiny bit too much. (even for me. and I LIKE the treble a LOT) sort of accentuate the treble and leave the lower mids behind sort of thing.Where the PATH Audio resistors are more balanced. and allmost as transparent. (and they may get MORE SO as time goes on.In general I am satisfied.. And my actual work on the midrange resistors is done IMO.(I am NOT going to give some sort of 'review' of the sound differences beyond what I have written so far)I have already started planning on my next tweak project.. of wood platform supports, and roller ball etc.. All those in transit.
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