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Power supply upgrade for Gross, Fein & Klein III DAC’s.

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Actually it is a Breville pro convection oven which is modified slightly with our custom arduino controller & now doing 

reflow soldering duties . The surface mount components of Klein III’s are all reflowed in it. It was a bit of a learning curve to 

start with but all sorted now.

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42 minutes ago, buddyev said:

 I understand that this is the recommended one by Clay:   Kraftwerk M18PSU 12v 4A.

Not the Silmic version.

Thanks

 

That was my understanding. The $375 version is better than the $500 version. :P

 

@Gieseler Audio Clay can you put me down for ..................

Edited by DarkNark

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Awesome work Clay! 

I am thoroughly enjoying the boost in performance the new Kraftwerk psu adds to my Gross.

I will have to give it some more time to run in but initial impressions are very positive. Thanks mate 👌

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11 hours ago, DarkNark said:

Thanks

 

That was my understanding. The $375 version is better than the $500 version. :P

 

@Gieseler Audio Clay can you put me down for ..................

Well at least you get some honesty from the designer/manufacturer.   

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10 minutes ago, katattack74 said:

Well at least you get some honesty from the designer/manufacturer.   

Absolutely 👍

 

I didn't mean to insinuate otherwise.

 

I think the opening post needs to be edited. Rather than have to read the whole thread to find out the experiment didn't quite live up to expectations. As I said, I started to get a bit confused what model we were talking about.

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Sorry guys - yes it is a bit confusing.

I was totally expecting the Silmic one to sound better but I was wrong.

In future I will wait until I've actually heard new designs before posting.

 

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10 minutes ago, Gieseler Audio said:

Sorry guys 

No need to apologise. It was interesting to read along even though it didn't work as planned. Just goes to show, to me at least, how much effort and testing goes on "behind" the scenes.

 

Disregard my comments, I am easily confused. :)

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Actually,  this level of transparency with trying things is likely to be good for business as it likely inspires confidence in those who haven't done business with you yet. It's nice to see a manufacturer actually promote the better sounding gear rather than just what costs more as so often happens with audio gear.

 

I'd encourage you to continue along these lines :)

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42 minutes ago, Gieseler Audio said:

Sorry guys - yes it is a bit confusing.

I was totally expecting the Silmic one to sound better but I was wrong.

In future I will wait until I've actually heard new designs before posting.

 

We all live and learn - but half the fun is in the journey itself

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