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  Still show as "available" at Amazon, fullcompass, and bhphotovideo.
Dang. They are beauties.
Then you are a "veteran" modder!  Have you tried the "Naked Driver" mod?   That's a real good price for T50RP's. The cheapest I've seen for months is $99 at Amazon.
Beautiful work on the mods. I'd buy them if I didn't already have a set.Do you have any extra DIY leather pads?
KOT,I have not tried it as a pre-amp. I'm happy with my McIntosh MX-136 pre/pro but will likely give this a try over the weekend now that you mention it. It'll be interesting to see how a $250 "David" stands up to an $8k "Goliath."
I'm diggin' my new Project Sunrise II Amp!   Upon the recommendation of geetarman49 and chinook9, I recently bought a Project Sunrise II tube-hybrid amp from 'garage1217 com'.  Setting bias is so easy and a DMM is not necessary. All you do is turn a couple of screws while watching 2 LEDs. It's compatible with over 80 tubes - both 6 and 12 volt tubes. Output impedance is adjustable for 5 and 68 ohms via 2 jumpers accessible on the sides. It has a laser cut clear...
  It's been 18 months since I read through REW's setup instructions. I don't remember the specifics about what was recommended, then, and the instructions may have changed. I'll have to check the current setup instructions. I do remember calibrating both ways, though, and saw no significant difference between looping the sound card alone vs adding the phantom power supply in the loop calibration. I chose to go with calibrating the sound card with the phantom power supply...
Just got my Third CD from DanTGG. Flashback! 1970's Latino Acid Rock. I didn't know it existed. Super Cool Sounds. Thanks, Dan!   A lo lejos, hombre!
  I replied to your question in Incremental Mods and Measurements thread HERE. Hope this helps.
Sorry. I should have linked this with the previous one. Go to Post #1 in this thread and you will see links to my Google Docs. There you will be able to see how to configure REW. On this graph, click the Gear icon at top right. Enter -70 in the offset window and click Add to data. Go to left vertical slider to pull the adjusted Graph down until you can see it. Then, adjust your resolution. You're currently at 20 dB intervals which gives an inaccurately flat FR. Click the...
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