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this video may help
I bought from Mouser and searched for the part numbers on post 3 of this thread, the filters appeared to ship from the states to me in the uk, where in the world are you?
Just experienced my first incidence of vanishing filter syndrome. The grey I put in a couple of days ago was nowhere to be seen (or heard) this morning. Is there a filter equivalent of the tooth fairy? Just as well I have spares, and I'm going to shove them in a little further this time...
1 - red is right2 - I don't, but then the Chilterns are a long way from the tropics, it's currently about 4c...3 - sorry can't help, mine stay firmly at home on their stand, you could always put them on a stand and cover with a teatowel...
The Lyr is significantly better in both power and quality, I think it's fair for you to say that the Lyr can handle most power-hungry headphones, they are lovely for my Alpha Dogs at about half power. The great thing about the Lyr is you can pick tubes that suit your headphones and music, see the tube rolling thread for details but it's a rather large thread...
Have you considered the Glove Audio A1 ?
It sort of worked in that I had to google Nicki Minaj...
Not exactly an answer, but the Lyr is a considerable upgrade from the DX-100 amp
 
see here for cheap, easy and effective upgrade for SE535
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