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SOLD  Selling my AGD power filter in near perfect shape. Just not getting used in my reduced system. This is a filter and not a surge protector. It has a power indicator light and a ground bolt. Comes with a Monoprice heavy duty power cable.   Shipping and Paypal fees included.   Link: http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/amp/Power%20filter/PowerEN.htm   CONUS sale only.
Can't you use a learning remote if you have the codes?
Not stirring the pot but Emotiva builds everything in China. I have owned a few different items from them but have found I prefer Audio-gd across the board. Their powered monitors are excellent however.
On site reviews are good but would like to see someone with a lot of tube amp experience buy one and comment.
Perfect working order, a few small nicks, comes in original box. Love it but paring down the toys. Shipping to CONUS only and its free. Paypal fees included.
This is helpful even though it's a Grado: http://www.head-fi.org/t/431493/balanced-xlr-conversion-howto-grado-gs1000 It's always good to use a multimeter to double check -+, they are cheap and I found myself using it a lot of times when experimenting with different headphones over the years. This is not a XLR solder job but is helpful: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e32rMoCEZ8c Finally, Audio-gd has a step by step that is a good...
 Its much easier than you think, try youtube. Also, if you make a mistake, it can be redone
Jumpers will provide very subtle changes in "warmth" with AGD amps from my exp.
I have asked the same years ago, there is no answer because 99% of sound quality is the quality of it's original recording regardless of sample rate, blah, blah. Ripped remastered CDs are all you want despite sample rate marketing.
well said but I am admittedly a fan of AGD for bang-for-buck reasons
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