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1  AUDIO FORUMS / General Discussion and Support / Re: How many times have you checked the Wait List?
 on: Today at 00:49:07 
Started by canonken | Post by jec3504
Someone will have to start a t-shirt thread.

2  AUDIO FORUMS / D.I.Y. / Schiit Gungnir DAC with Decware tube output stage
 on: Today at 00:47:04 
Started by funch | Post by funch
Testing in progress. Configured in balanced mode with two ZKit 4's, and dual power supplies using the OC2 regulator.


3  AUDIO FORUMS / Classifieds / Re: Kable Karma - Paying It Forward
 on: Yesterday at 22:03:35 
Started by HockessinKid | Post by DA6469
HK,

Thank you for putting this up for someone to receive.

I am new to Decware, after hearing about the company from my cousin in Bloomington IL. In November, I put in my order for a Select.  Since NOV, I have done a lot of reading in the Forums and I bought a pair of used DM945s from anther Forum member. To keep me listening until the Select arrives, I bought a used Marantz receiver and Sony CD player on Facebook Marketplace and I will use my iPhone to stream music through the receiver. I have no cables right now and I would use this cable between the CD player and receiver.  When the Select arrives, then it would replace the Marantz.

Cheers,
Derek

4  AUDIO FORUMS / Classifieds / Re: Kable Karma - Paying It Forward
 on: Yesterday at 21:14:24 
Started by HockessinKid | Post by Andrew77
This is not a component that I have a need for at this time, but I would like to comment that this is an incredibly nice gesture.  Happy new year and have a wonderful day.

Andrew

5  AUDIO FORUMS / Classifieds / Jolida PH9 phono pre
 on: Yesterday at 19:58:49 
Started by 4krow | Post by 4krow
Over the last year, I have been attempting to complete a phono stage of my own making. I finally completed it, and now there is no need for 3-4 phono stages. Yup, I tried out a few, and the Jolida is only a slight second to the expensive Glassware Audio unit that I built.
I got the Jolida for a good price and switched out output capacitors to Obligatto Gold caps. Then since I was doing that, I replaced all the electrolytic caps in the unit as well.
I am pricing this sale far below its value. The unit has especially good bass, and no complaints at all about the rest of the audio spectrum.
† †>>>>$450 + shipping. <<<<
https://ibb.co/BB43zBd


Photo is of the unit during rebuild process.

6  AUDIO FORUMS / General Discussion and Support / Re: non stock fuse replacements
 on: Yesterday at 19:56:26 
Started by kulafu | Post by Tony
I am beginning to think about fuses for my Decware products. I have read that there is a range of fuse upgrades from lower-priced ceramics to expensive Synergistic Research Purple. I got that. A common denominator for fuse replacement for Decware products is SB 5X20mm. I got that too. Descriptions for amps seem to vary, although 3 - 3.15 seem like a standard reference. References to volts are less common, but I have seen 240V mentioned. I'm not sure about that.  I have a dedicated line of 120V for my power conditioner.

First question: Are these metrics correct for my amp? †

Next, how many fuses are there in an amp? Initially, I thought there was only one, but it appears that some amps (all?) have more than one. So if I replace the fuses (assuming more than one), I should do it for all the fuses in that amp to make a difference?

Second question: Do each Decware product take a different fuse with different metrics? For example, I saw fuse references to a Torii Jr. (6.3 amp), CSP 3 (3.15 amp), and the ZROCK (1.6 amp). So I should check each product to identify its replacement fuse?

The SE84UFO Manual states: Fused 5 x 20 mm 3 AMP/120V or 1.6 AMP/240V. I could not find a similar statement regarding fuse description anywhere in the Torii MKIV manual.

Also, should I be thinking of replacing fuses in other components of my system? For example, would I also want to replace fuses in the DAC and the streamer?

Finally, I have a slight hum in my amp. I have tried most of the suggested hum management suggestions given by others without success. Since I am unaware of it when listening to music, it's more of a curiosity than an issue. I read a post by Steve that a rectifier fuse may cause a hum.

Question 3: †Assuming there is more than one rectifier fuse in my Torii, could the hum be caused by one of the rectifier fuses?

Thanks in advance for any guidance you might be able to give on these questions.

7  AUDIO FORUMS / General Discussion and Support / Re: 2a3
 on: Yesterday at 18:12:09 
Started by Jake | Post by Jake
Thanks for the help!  Looking only for speakers for the 2a3 at the present time.  I have too many other speakers, preamps, amps etc (if that is possible?).  I haven't gone down the vinyl rabbit hole so source is either CD or high rez streaming.  Hope to try out Decware amp in the near future.

8  AUDIO FORUMS / Music / Re: What's spinning?
 on: Yesterday at 15:55:28 
Started by Lon | Post by drford
And now some Jeremy Steig - Flute Fever.


9  AUDIO FORUMS / General Discussion and Support / Re: New Lii Driver?
 on: Yesterday at 09:32:32 
Started by Eldergod | Post by Dookie182
Hello all!
steve, newid91 and Kevin,
May i as some feedbacks/updates from your Time with the lii audio F 18 drivers?
Are you still using it? Did you optimise things?
Looking forward to your reply. Iím considering a purchase of this pair of drivers when founds allow... Grin

10  AUDIO FORUMS / General Discussion and Support / Re: How many times have you checked the Wait List?
 on: Yesterday at 04:43:56 
Started by canonken | Post by DancingSea
Fair enough, we'll pencil you in as having a new found interest in the T-shirt...
Cheesy