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SE84C+ review
08/29/09 at 02:26:27
 
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Reply #1 - 08/29/09 at 11:34:41
 
Interesting review.  Congrats Steve.
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Reply #2 - 08/29/09 at 16:59:11
 
Thanks, but I didn't know anything about it!  Don't even know who the reviewer is?  Nice surprise though!

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Reply #3 - 12/11/09 at 21:37:52
 
Steve,
is it true - as the author of the review claims - that you recommend the Zen amps to be left on 24/7?

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Reply #4 - 12/12/09 at 10:13:36
 
@UncleRobb - having read the same review I asked this on the Kit1 Version forum and it's not true. No specific problem, but valve life will obviously be reduced.
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Reply #5 - 12/12/09 at 11:20:49
 
"No specific problem, but valve life will obviously be reduced."

That's what I would have thought also.
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Reply #6 - 12/12/09 at 16:50:04
 
I have read that the CSP could be left on 24/7 but not an amp.  I like the line,

"The SE84C+ is very revealing meaning if you're a recovering audiophile tweaker this may not be the amp for you, for it will reveal the differences and weaknesses in everything in your system from your source to the cables."

I cannot imagine a tweaker being able to resist that challenge, dangling out there like a lure.
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