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on Friday night when i first listened i needed to adjust my tweeter gain to begin with as the 'float' caused it to be too hot on top. that night and yesterday i continued to play around with that. i figured that was part of the picture. i had noticed an upward tilt to the balance. but i was almost listening 100% to digital. as the day went on yesterday and i listened to more vinyl i could see that all was not ok. i stepped back twice, going away and doing other things then returning to see how i felt.
thinking about it overnight i think i just need to play around a little to see where the best balance is overall. will some degree of float be better than none? i just don't know. how much of the positive attributes can i retain with less float?
so i wanted to communicate 'a stop sign
' to anyone reading this thread about my reservations before you spend your $240
. as i said above......
i'm glad i've gone down this road for sure, to further understand cause and effect. i did order 2 sets of those Audioquest Fog Lifters to play around with. see where they might help, and assist with fine tuning. with a mature system that is delivering what you like........fighting to find a little more does require some relentlessness to find that last bit of musical truth. in this case not a lot of dollars at least.