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On 12/08/2019 at 9:00 AM, georgehifi said:

Not if they're those stupid wood chassis ones.

 

Cheers George

You mean like this?

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On 12/08/2019 at 9:00 AM, georgehifi said:

Not if they're those stupid wood chassis ones.

 

Cheers George

Or like this one?20190126_090413.thumb.jpg.ff0a9b33521fcb72e131e2e588f3fe8b.jpg

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I rather have any of the above then one of these cheap looking things.

 

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Edited by Ihearmusic

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4 hours ago, Ihearmusic said:

I rather have any of the above then one of these cheap looking things.

Then there would be no need to use shielded cable, as nothings shielded anyway.

That why all studio gear uses wood chassis:sarc: 

 

Cheers George

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1 hour ago, georgehifi said:

Then there would be no need to use shielded cable, as nothings shielded anyway.

That why all studio gear uses wood chassis:sarc: 

 

Cheers George

 

A bit of a leap from home audio to studio gear but whatever floats your boat.

 

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Here's a novel little experiment to show how bad SMP's can be, get an AM portable radio set it low on the dial off station, turn up the volume control and go near to an SMP with it, and hear it squeal like a stuffed piglet.
 
Cheers George

i unplugged my DAC which is off from my system
today and the high pitch sound coming from my 80’s Tuner stopped when listening to AM. It made FM even better to!

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3 hours ago, misternavi said:

i unplugged my DAC

And your dac is?

 

Cheers George

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And your dac is?  

Cheers George

 

Gustard x-20

i then unplugged my tv, apple tv, optical to coax converter (that affects TV signal when it’s too close to TV), blu ray player, Cd player

sound improved even more!

 

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On 08/08/2019 at 5:39 PM, georgehifi said:

Both, SMP's make even more hf noise.

 

Cheers George

Go 38mins in and watch what she says about Bruno Putzeys SMPSU.   I agree with her,  they are going to used this SMPSU that's partnered with Bruno Putzeys in there valve gear, the benefits are all there and they even did a Blind test to prove it....

It goes to show when people have that fear of SMPSU they really shouldnt rub that off on all SMPSU.

 

https://www.manley.com/news/2019/6/17/a-factory-tour-with-produce-like-a-pro-and-a-chance-to-win-a-micmaid

 

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21 hours ago, Addicted to music said:

Go 38mins in and watch what she says about Bruno Putzeys SMPSU.   I agree with her,  they are going to used this SMPSU that's partnered with Bruno Putzeys in there valve gear, the benefits are all there and they even did a Blind test to prove it....

It goes to show when people have that fear of SMPSU they really shouldnt rub that off on all SMPSU.

 

https://www.manley.com/news/2019/6/17/a-factory-tour-with-produce-like-a-pro-and-a-chance-to-win-a-micmaid

 

YEAH! of course, costs are fraction of a good linear supply. I had a Linn cd12 which was supposed to be the best an smp could be, yet I could still see smp noise on the output, very small but it was there, and if you have a look on the net pics of it, the smp section is all encased in billett aluminium   

 

Cheers George

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