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Pudu...You are going to blow Silent Ones HiFi budget with travel expenses...biggrin.gif

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But he'll save so much money once here! My tasty plate of golgappa cost me a mere 40 rupees this afternoon.



Besides he seems pretty content with his current rig. wink.gif
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But he'll save so much money once here! My tasty plate of golgappa cost me a mere 40 rupees this afternoon.

Besides he seems pretty content with his current rig. wink.gif

 

What is that?

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They are crispy little shells stuffed with a potato-chickpea mixture and then either dunked in very spicy water or drowned in 3 or 4 different sauces ( variously spicy and creamy). You pop the whole thing in your mouth and bite down. The water / sauces explode in your mouth in a burst of flavours. Delish!
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Hmmm.. I may be right over...tongue.gif

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I thought you were waiting for the NY pizza!

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looked like icecream
 

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Spicy spicy ice cream ...

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Hmmm.. I may be right over...tongue.gif
Hurry man, I'm thinking about grabbing another round tomorrow. It sounds unlikely to hear them described, but they possess an addictive quality.
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I thought you were waiting for the NY pizza!

 

Pizza is for second breakfast's.....biggrin.gif

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Now I am jealous

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Indeed, gol gappa looks interesting! :-)

But what about the DAC for the Woo 2?

Any recommendations? I have a beyer T1 and in 3 or 4 weeks also a Woo 2.
And my Fiancee wants a wishlist for christmas, a nice DAC would be delicious :-)
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Just a quick question guys, is it normal to hsve a very dlight humming noise coming out of the wa6se when the music is paused and the volume is stll up? I heard the reason for the slight hum noise is coming from the preout. Can anyone confirm this?
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Pudu...You are going to blow Silent Ones HiFi budget with travel expenses...biggrin.gif

 

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Originally Posted by Pudu View Post

But he'll save so much money once here! My tasty plate of golgappa cost me a mere 40 rupees this afternoon.



Besides he seems pretty content with his current rig. wink.gif

 

That looks like a great late nite pregame pre-session meal! And despite appearances, I'm not content with my rig in the traditional sense. Rather, I know how to live in the moment. But, always striving to improve it.

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Originally Posted by van41 View Post

Just a quick question guys, is it normal to hsve a very dlight humming noise coming out of the wa6se when the music is paused and the volume is stll up? I heard the reason for the slight hum noise is coming from the preout. Can anyone confirm this?

 

I wouldn't consider it normal. But, if the hum is only heard when the music is paused and the volume turned up past normal, I wouldn't worry too much about it. How long did you own the amp before you noticed?

 

I owned my WooAudio WA 6 Special Edition for about a year - the amp was dead silent with music stopped and volume turned all the way up - rearranged the audio rack one evening and discovered said slight humming noise. Then frantically put every single piece back in its original place. Was not successful. 

 

Ground loops and other gobblings can enter your system at any given time. 

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