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I have a stax 007mkII like new (3 hours) serial number: sz3 1510. But I don't understand why you are interested by this serial number.
Hello everyone, I would like to get a pair of Stax Omega2 SR-007 mk2 or mk1 (only version with black pads)  PM me if you're interested Best regards Charles   Found
I do not have the amp with me, I collect information and I will check everything this weekend. The PSU Vellman support very well my transformer, it does not heat up (the s11 was very hot) and makes me a beautiful 30.0V.   Thank you for your infomations, I check this weekend.
  my transformer 220v 30va destroyed 2 S11, I prefer to forget the S11 and buy a PSU Vellman But the problem is that my PSU is isolated from the chassis. V- and V+ aren't connected to the chassis.
Thank you   I must therefore place stronger resistance? like 100Ohm ?
No my power supply is isolated from the chassis and they don't have output ground on it.
I use a gamma2 DAC as source.  But the intersection smoke when there is analogique source or not.
I use a power supply Vellman http://www.velleman.eu/distributor/products/view/?id=8904 I have some old photo when I used a O11 but the O11 died. http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/511647/pics-amb-my-m3#post_6915385 I do not have the amp with to me, I will take some more recent photos this weekend. This does not smoke exactly on the capacitor but on the intersection of the capacitor and resistor 10ohm on the ground loop breaker.   thank you
Hello, My m3 worked perfectly a few days ago. But since one week I hear noise. Impossible to remove with a ground locker. But when I isolate the potentiometer chassis the noise disappears. But it is impossible in my setup to isolate it. More ever recently when I turn on the M3 the ground louker smokes at the capacitor. I use this method: I think that a component is dead on the ground channel, but I have no idea of the culprit. Thank you for helping me. Best...
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