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Message started by Steve Deckert on 08/21/13 at 16:40:06

Title: Welcome to the Zen Switch Box Support area
Post by Steve Deckert on 08/21/13 at 16:40:06

The web page for our versatile switcher can be found here:

http://www.decware.com/newsite/ZSB.html




Title: Re: Welcome to the Zen Switch Box Support area
Post by RoyMercer on 08/22/13 at 05:41:31

Steve added this thread per my request. First off (in my opinion) the box is ugly. When I first opened up the package I was starting to regret spending the $300. But after I got home from work and hooked it up for a listen... holly cow it blew me away. I was going from a audiophile grade Goldpoint and was not anticipating much difference, if any. This is probably the first time I might end up using the tone controls on my Torii to cut back the top end a bit. There was no need to try my Goldpoint again. It made so much difference I could tell right away it was better sounding.  This thing is the king of bottleneck preventers!!  Highly recomended for anyone needing a true audiophile grade RCA switch box. Another top notch hand made in the U.S.A device that was money well worth spent. Thanks Decware!

Title: Re: Welcome to the Zen Switch Box Support area
Post by RoyMercer on 08/25/13 at 03:42:02

I had some time today to put my Goldpoint back in for a comparison. Unbelievable! I have Decware and SignalCable Silver Resolution interconnects. Both cables sound very close.  They both bested my Kimber cable interconnects. I don't remember the series but they were about the same cost as Decware cables. However, going to this new switch box made 3x the difference for the better. A tad more base, much more resolution and bandwith. I moved my source closer so I could go directly into my Torii. I am unable to notice any difference from going through the switch box or direct, keeping in mind I have two pairs of cables in the signal path using the switch box.  I love it!

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