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post #1441 of 2213
I think Ryan has done the fix. My build should only have 12V tubes available (but not HA's Mullard - That's fine Larry!) - I haven't seen it in months but I'll mod it as soon as it get's back from the 'Jam! (Blutarsky had noticed some noise with his IEMs, the fix should cure it...)
post #1442 of 2213
I will be taking my CTH along with me as well to Canjam..will probably request to set it up on someone's table.

Chris, I totally see now what you mean by an amp for 150$ that you can thrown in the bag and go
post #1443 of 2213
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Now that is interesting. A nice surprise for me not knowing the players

Wondering if the builds are "standard" builds & whether they have the C3H revision. But w/the background "noise" at meets the corrected C3H is probably not so important...

Edit: Also curious about c4 couplers they might have. Think most that have WIMAs or Sonicap Gen IIs notice a subtle improvement.
The have the corrected c3h and Sonicap Gen IIs
post #1444 of 2213
Good evening (for some of us, I guess).
I'm kinda new around in the CTH thread, and was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction concerning the following question:

1. Is it better to have 2 fuses (on the primary side and the secondary side, since I've got a toroid now (50VA)) or just a single?

Greetz and thx for every help!
Ava
post #1445 of 2213
Just use one fuse on the secondary side...
post #1446 of 2213
Thank you!
post #1447 of 2213
The C3H cap, is the one posted (I ordered it) just one that will fit or is there a different one that may be better if there's no space restriction?
post #1448 of 2213
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The C3H cap, is the one posted (I ordered it) just one that will fit or is there a different one that may be better if there's no space restriction?
Based on my research, most of which posted here, I found no improvement audible or on scope going above 330uF low impedance cap. But if you don't have a 330uf low imped around anything from 270uf -> 470uf should do.
post #1449 of 2213
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Originally Posted by cfcubed View Post
Based on my research, most of which posted here, I found no improvement audible or on scope going above 330uF low impedance cap. But if you don't have a 330uf low imped around anything from 270uf -> 470uf should do.
Great news, thanks.
I got it in the mail today so now I'm set. Just gotta fit it and slap it in the case and wire it up with all the right connectors, which should arrive tomorrow
post #1450 of 2213
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The have the corrected c3h and Sonicap Gen IIs
The amp with Namaan has socketed coupling caps - wimas are in now, so if anyone is inclined to Cap Roll

It's had VitQ's and Obligato Golds...
post #1451 of 2213
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post #1452 of 2213
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Originally Posted by wiatrob View Post
The amp with Namaan has socketed coupling caps - wimas are in now, so if anyone is inclined to Cap Roll

It's had VitQ's and Obligato Golds...
He was too busy with pizza and beer at the pool and wont get the CTH till Sunday morning...
post #1453 of 2213
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Originally Posted by HeadphoneAddict View Post
He was too busy with pizza and beer at the pool and wont get the CTH till Sunday morning...
Why did not you invite me??

The CTH is ready and willing by those who want to check out this great amp....
post #1454 of 2213
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Why did not you invite me??

The CTH is ready and willing by those who want to check out this great amp....
Didn't know how to reach you, sorry!
post #1455 of 2213
There will be plenty of CTH to go around - hope everyone gets a chance to listen to this amp today!
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