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Well you're coming from a PA2v2
A predictable response.
post #302 of 307
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Originally Posted by vcoheda View Post
what a bump.

brings back memories. the ++ is a solid entry level tube amp. it does get hot, so don't leave it on all day. other than that, have fun.
Yeah, I'm loving this little unit. May have to unplug the tubes everyday (to keep from curious toddler hands), which is a pain, but worth it!

I've experienced the hotness factor today - not too bad, but a bit of a concern, for sure. I'm concerned it might discolour/affect my bedside table?

Did you have any problems with that happening?
post #303 of 307
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Originally Posted by TubeStack View Post
Yeah, I'm loving this little unit. May have to unplug the tubes everyday (to keep from curious toddler hands), which is a pain, but worth it!

I've experienced the hotness factor today - not too bad, but a bit of a concern, for sure. I'm concerned it might discolour/affect my bedside table?

Did you have any problems with that happening?
When I had my Little Dot 2++, I put larger feet on it to give it better ventilation. In the 6 months I owned it, it never discolored my bedside table.
post #304 of 307
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Originally Posted by TubeStack View Post
A predictable response.
I owned both the PA2v2 and the LD2++ and I had the same revelation. Then I went to a m^3 and realized the ld2++ is only a start in desktop amps
post #305 of 307
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When I had my Little Dot 2++, I put larger feet on it to give it better ventilation. In the 6 months I owned it, it never discolored my bedside table.
Good suggestion re. the larger feet and thanks for the input - good to know.
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Good suggestion re. the larger feet and thanks for the input - good to know.
I'm always glad to help when I can Check out Home Depot. They should have a decent selection of rubber feet that will screw into the existing tapped holes on the bottom of your little dot. Good luck.


I just found this picture. I put the taller feet on my 2+. Not the 2++. same difference though. The 2+ ran much hotter than the 2++. The taller feet made a difference from what I remember.

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Nice rig! Thanks for the pic.
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