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    Measuring power line noise with the TriField EM100, and the impressive effect of Shyunyata products

    Another thing I missed mentioning. The increase in the depth of stage with the v2 in place was rather huge. A real and appreciated surprise. :)
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    MG...not your regular MGB GT

    Not Lucas the prince of darkness I’m sure lol (Loose Unsoldered Connections And Splices)
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    MG...not your regular MGB GT

    I’ll bet it’s there, just a bit taut
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    Denali V2 Vs Everest for small tube amp

    Yeah Tinear1, I know what you mean when you express how emotional the experience takes hold of you. Quite remarkable, and quite rare how profound from a single move. I realize like anything in a perfectionist paradigm, it simply won’t work the same for everyone and a few may even dismiss our...
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    Measuring power line noise with the TriField EM100, and the impressive effect of Shyunyata products

    Apologize, I was off on a road trip to Asheville. Love the Blue Ridge Mountains. I do, decidedly. So on the playback with the Denali v2 supporting the speaker field-coil power supplies and the power amps, the v2 seems to offer for me a much more convincing rendition of a performance, almost any...
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    Denali V2 Vs Everest for small tube amp

    I have been running rather large tube amps, OTLs (140w 8Ω (mine are feeding a 16Ω load)) with a Denali v2. They also share it with field-coil 18vDC 5A power supplies. As has been expressed by quite a few with differing situations, my overall sound quality presented by the amps connected to the...
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    Measuring power line noise with the TriField EM100, and the impressive effect of Shyunyata products

    I have heard Shunyata is working on a replacement(?) piece for the utility that the 2000t provided, but of course with the latest Denali tech. This was after I had already purchased the second Denali v2. No regrets as I need four, maybe six outlets on the front end anyway. Though it will be...
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    Measuring power line noise with the TriField EM100, and the impressive effect of Shyunyata products

    Ack, your TRIFIELD findings are quite interesting and somewhat match to my ears much of what goes on with Shunyata Denali v2s an the NR mains cabling. I don’t begin to understand it, but it sounds wonderful. As I added each cable the music presented more clearly and deliberate. As I added the...
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    How do you clean your stylus?

    Kick’in it ol’ school… remember DiscWasher? Never quit liking this thing. Horsehair brush with a magnifying mirror. [|;^)>
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    Brinkmann owners

    WoW, a Glanz and Koetsu combo must be heavenly :) I would need to try quite a few more tonearms and carts before I could ever hope to speak authoritatively on the sound of the decks themselves. So I don’t know. What I can say is that the BB seems to has the biggest soundstage, is the quietest...
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    Brinkmann owners

    Not yet. Any thoughts about that? I know from many experiences that the Kleos or Lyra carts in general perform very nicely on Graham tonearms.
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    Brinkmann owners

    Modest stuff bonzo, On the AA: SME V with Kondo silver internal wire with Lyra Kleos. On the BB: Reed P3-12 with Miyajima Zero and Graham Phantom III with DynaVector Te Kaitora Rua. simply loving the listening
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    Brinkmann owners

    I have both an Avid Acutus SP and a Brinkmann Balance w/RöNt II. Though the BB presents much bigger, more robust, and a more solid presentation in general, the Acutus has a very lively and lovely play especially on acoustic music, more like a good sprung table like a Sondek LP12 possibly (which...
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    Everest - all in or only front-end?

    I'm not running an Everest, though I am running two Denali 6000S V2 units. One handling the whole front end and the other handling the OTL mono block power amps and the individual DC power supplies to the voice-coil drivers of the horn loudspeakers. AND, my results have been simply stunning...

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