Furutech makes a cable riser / booster which would address that if there is adequate space on the platform or shelf. Others may also.
I started using a fan in connection with posts 16,289 and 16,302. It is not coming in contact with the Extreme, is 2 1/2” below it on a wood platform, and plugged into a non-audio outlet. Haven’t experimented with and without yet, only with.
That’s been my experience if there is too much damping. In my setup, one or two brass triple point heavy hats that each weigh 23.8 oz. sounds a bit better, but YMMV. Three seems too many, but I am still experimenting. I was mainly asking if reduced air circulation could be a concern, but with...
Any guidelines regarding vibration-control weights to put on top of the Extreme? Also, will vibration be lower once a BPS is in use, reducing any upside on such a tweak?
I have had success with Mapleshade brass heavy hats on other gear, but am not sure if because of air circulation that isn’t...
Yes, I know where to find the product page. I was asking in the context of the first batch of 100 being sold out and the 2nd batch not being available until autumn, and was assuming that each batch is not a mix of chrome and black.
I have 1.75” clearance between my rug and the bottom of the Extreme, and the fan is only 1” thick. The sound of the fan should be lower underneath, if it moves enough air from there to matter. My footers are Townshend Pods, ergo the height.
What are specifics on your fan, if someone wanted that exact fan? It looks like it’s got footers that wouldn’t rattle during operation
if you have access to the specific one, 80mm or 120mm, I would appreciate it.
Is there a need for the quality digital signal that comes out of the Extreme to be clocked (or reclocked) by any DAC regardless of the interface used to transport the signal? Asking as a novice, as I would hope that the only thing that really needs to happen (ideally) is for it to be converted...