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Hi Michael. Yes, now I have 4 different amplifiers that will be tested when Kharma leaves the room Very Happy I am looking forward to hear what I have missed over the years.


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Update on the NAD from Mats

"I connected to the NAD amplifier today. The system needs to be on for a few days before I listen. Right now it doesn't sound particularly good, except the soundstage is bigger.

I removed the plastic feet, the bottom plate, the wire strips, loosened the screws and cleaned it, lots of dust."

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Greetings Mats and Michael

Reading this about the NAD amp and Michael's recent reply to my question on how people may hear the same system/same music
track and yet perceive the soundstage differently, Sonic is inspired to get back into some Tuning in my system.

A good place for me to (re)start may be to remove the top cover and the bottom cover (with the feet) of my Quicksilver preamp like Mats did with the NAD.

This could free blockage while not incurring too much risk of EMI and RFI intrusion. The tube preamp has a moderate bandwidth and there are no high gain sections. A phono stage has very high gain and can pick up grunge from the air and surrounding equipment, while the DAC and computers emit plenty of nasties in the KHz and MHz range so I am keeping these shielded in their Faraday cages for now.

Let's see what music Sonic hears from this.

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Sonic Voyager wrote:

Greetings Mats and Michael

Reading this about the NAD amp and Michael's recent reply to my question on how people may hear the same system/same music
track and yet perceive the soundstage differently, Sonic is inspired to get back into some Tuning in my system.

A good place for me to (re)start may be to remove the top cover and the bottom cover (with the feet) of my Quicksilver preamp like Mats did with the NAD.

This could free blockage while not incurring too much risk of EMI and RFI intrusion. The tube preamp has a moderate bandwidth and there are no high gain sections.  A phono stage has very high gain and can pick up grunge from the air and surrounding equipment, while the DAC and computers emit plenty of nasties in the KHz and MHz range so I am keeping these shielded in their Faraday cages for now.

Let's see what music Sonic hears from this.

Sonic





Hi Sonic

Removing the chassis works more positively than negatively after what I've heard.


After 24 hours settle, Nad 302 begins to sound very good. It is easy to hear that I use fewer components in the system now.

I want to remove the led light and maybe remove the faceplate. Not sure how much faceplate on this amplifier affects the sound since it's made of plastic.
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