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A modification worthy of the Zen (Read 28861 times)
sherod
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Re: A modification worthy of the Zen
Reply #90 - 05/09/08 at 04:41:31
 
If you are using the Teflon version of the V-cap, you will need at least 400 hours of continous burn-in, if not more, before it starts to smooth out. 250 hours is just past the half way mark, so you will continue to hear some bad stuff for a while longer. I also prefer in my Audio Horizons preamp the Hovland Musicap, although I am considering trying the Mundorf Silver Oil in the near future. The Musicap does have some issues, but it does have this "breath of life" that is very pleasing to the ear.   Smiley
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jonjin
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Re: A modification worthy of the Zen
Reply #91 - 05/09/08 at 18:45:09
 
Has anyone compared the Hovland Musicaps to the Jensen PIOs?

JJ
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