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Further information: This is essentially a preamp with a gain of 1.0. I feed my DAC into it, then output to my amplifier. It adds a tube distortion to your signal, which can make it better. Eric Chan made it for me by request. Looks funky, as all Eric gear does. It features two RCA inputs, one RCA output, and a switch to change between the 6as7 tubes and 5998 tubes. I also have several tubes that go with it, including a WE421a that is now worth a lot on it's own, and these i include at no extra cost. if you are looking for low cost high quality entry into tube world, this is it. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
Hello, I was hoping for some opinions on using a Schitt Freya (possible a plus model) as a tube buffer for two channel listening in my HT system. My idea is to either use the processor loop in my XSP-1 which drives XPA-3 Gen 2 LCR front stage. I could also place it directly inline between the XSP and XPA. This would be the preferred manner of operation as I could use XLR input / output. Primary DAC is Oppo 203 acting as Roon media streamer end point / CD and when my wife is operating a Denon AVR 3310. The real query then becomes, as I have to “idiot proof” it for my wife, is whether it would be possible to get a 12V trigger switch installed to allow auto on and off UNLESS it does bypass Audio when turned off. I’d suggest it wouldn’t but cannot ascertain. Would anyone have opinions and / or Experience with this type of setup? Thank in advance.
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