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About Rdmarsiii

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  • Birthday 02/08/1989

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    Klipsch THX Ultra2 7.4
    Integra 70.4
    Krell TAS

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  1. I was in a similar situation, and I think I've decided on this. Or the Nova 300. http://www.peachtreeaudio.com/nova150-amplifier-with-dac.html
  2. Thank you for the kind words!! I was thinking about building this for a secondary setup to help the lower end of the Palladiums. I do have a couple of Stereo Integrity DS4's (one of which is defective and Nick refuses to replace), I just couldn't pass up the deal on the Legacy. I don't need ultra high output out of it, just something to supplement. I bought the Inuke3000dsp for it, just haven't decided which direction I want to go with the enclosure. I'd love to build a curved enclosure, but I believe that's beyond my ability. Both of you guys' theaters are absolutely incredible!!!
  3. I may have missed it, but are there any graphs of what these things will be capable of in the DIYSG enclosure you have? I was only able to ****** one of them when they sold out (don't blame me lol) so I'll only have one to play with. I can't decide if I want to go vented or sealed. Thanks David
  4. buy em both! Then snag you a center when one pops up. Be one of the best home theaters you'll ever own I've been thinking about this most of the day. I may take this route.
  5. So should I be thinking of sending it in for a new cap job? I think it still has a year of warranty left...
  6. Khorns while you were in college? That must have been nice!!
  7. Supposedly this is just the first of many new things coming out, so hopefully we will see tubes next year. I wonder if they got Bob Carver to help out any with his short stay with the company. Also, if you've noticed, they've taken down half of their DAC's off the shopping page.
  8. I guess modular amps seem kind of nifty. I guess they wont release pricing for the individual modules until they release them?
  9. We've already discussed sending him both the amps, I just don't have boxes. I'd love to be able to do it myself with guidance, I guess, and was curious if we had any guys that could mentor me.
  10. This is from Jeff's website-- Several resistors in the SE-40 are operating at or near their power limit. Some are experiencing voltage exceeding their max design limit. In many cases, the SE-40 comes with low quality electrolytics. Some caps are exposed to voltages which exceed their rating. Either way, your old electrolytics are quite tired. The factory cathode resistors are a recipe for disaster. One of the rectifiers is a ticking time bomb. Aged power switches are known to introduce noise. I have no idea if mine have been fixed, or if there's even anything wrong with them. They both have all new tubes, I have turned them on briefly to make sure they work, which they do and sound great, but being so unreliable has me afraid to turn them on, so they just gather dust. David
  11. My Krell has hit 208 degrees before. That scared me, called Krell, they said it was normal. Who knows.
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