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psb guy, try the piano m1 cd player
Yeah, the M1 is a beautiful piece of kit for sure, would go nice on top of my M901. I may at some point go back to a stand-alone CD player, and that would be the one I would go with. For now I'm gonna stick to using my PC as the source, I'm hooked on the convenience of it, and it sounds awesome. I've just decided to go with a DAC based on the TDA 1543 chip, same family as the one in the M1.
My Australian dealer COEM helped me understand that we actually use the TDA 1543 in Piano, with oversampling. It's slightly different from most DAC implementations.
It'll give your ears another 250 hrs. to get used to the sound.
I have about 125-150 hours on my Sensation and Piano, it sounds very open amd clean, and not fatiqueing at all. That is a first at my house before 11pm. My friend insists all digital components to have 400 hours of burn-in, is that correct? So do I still need to burn the Piano in for another 250 hours?
There isn't any scientific basis for any specific # of hours of burn-in for electronics. Speakers have mechanical break-in so it is clearer in that case, some argue that break-in is all psychological, so whatever works for you. Anyone's opinion is purely subjective.
I'm not a metallurgist, but there are many reasons why amplifiers need break-in. Some parts need more time than others and no, these are not psychological phenomena. It's most frustrating to fly in new gear to audio shows when you're behind schedule and have the units open up the last half of the last day. It happened to us a few times.
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