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Originally Posted by icebear View Post


Yeah after all : It's the BLUE Hawaii SE
Although, as it's the BHSE, also Black might be admissable.
Of course brown is out of the question, any color associated with poo is a no go biggrin.gif .
..... It would be good for Scat Jazz and Funk. wink.gif
post #5342 of 7113
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Yeah after all : It's the BLUE Hawaii SE

Although, as it's the BHSE, also Black might be admissable.

Of course brown is out of the question, any color associated with poo is a no go :D.

Lots of SR-Lambda are poo-coloured :p


Ali

post #5343 of 7113

The Black sounds best with female vocals.    I love my female vocals..  :biggrin:

post #5344 of 7113
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Originally Posted by Bones13 View Post

Nah, I'll hold out for the silver that I ordered. The silver units have the clearest sound, all the others sound colored!

Only black is truly uncolored. Silver has glare.
post #5345 of 7113

"It's like, how much more black could this be? and the answer is none. None more black."

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Only black is truly uncolored. Silver has glare.

 

Silver does have glare but thats ok, I wear sunglasses when amp is on.


Edited by CorvetteGarage - 6/7/14 at 6:14pm
post #5347 of 7113

Justin only offers the BHSE+ in silver at this time.

post #5348 of 7113

Can someone tell me if I go balanced in, can I get a signal out of the tape loop rca output, or will it only come out the xlr loop out?


Edited by wsilvio - 6/7/14 at 9:09pm
post #5349 of 7113
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Originally Posted by shipsupt View Post
 

Justin only offers the BHSE+ in silver at this time.

And the BHSEse only in Black...  :biggrin:

post #5350 of 7113
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Justin only offers the BHSE+ in silver at this time.
ROFL!
post #5351 of 7113

And he sells the BHutan in a mid brown.......

post #5352 of 7113

Because I use my MacMini as a music server to my headphone gear, I decided to put it on the middle shelf of my audio rack between my BHSE's amp section and PSU.

With both units of the BHSE having spiked feet, I had a small stand made to rest my MacMini on and had spiked feet made similar to the ones on the BHSE.

I had some spare isolation cones so used them with that stand.

 

I got the stand from the same place that did my audio racks, and the spiked feet [ which are made of stainless steel ] I got from the same engineer that did the brackets for my 009's and LCD-XC's headbands I did.

 

 

Here are some photos of that mini stand with my MacMini and one on my audio rack.

 

AppleMark    AppleMark

 

The circle is leather for resting my MacMini on

 

 

 AppleMark

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Nice craftsmanship David
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That for sure is the most high end custom base a mini Mac has ever rested on :beerchug:.

 

A suggestion though :

In general the concept of the feet is to drain mechanical vibration out of the equipment and protect it from picking up outside vibration. When the spikes are isolated from the platform below, they might not do their job in this respect. Have you tried to use the spiked feet without the cones? Of course the surface below will get scratches if the equipment is pushed without lifting it but just to experiment if there's a sonic difference, I would give it a try. Especially with the BHSE itself.

 

If there was any difference, your set up should be able to reveal it.


Edited by icebear - 6/11/14 at 7:54am
post #5355 of 7113
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Originally Posted by nickif View Post

Nice craftsmanship David

 

Thanks Nick.

 

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Originally Posted by icebear View Post
 

That for sure is the most high end custom base a mini Mac has ever rested on :beerchug:.

 

A suggestion though :

In general the concept of the feet is to drain mechanical vibration out of the equipment and protect it from picking up outside vibration. When the spikes are isolated from the platform below, they might not do their job in this respect. Have you tried to use the spiked feet without the cones? Of course the surface below will get scratches if the equipment is pushed without lifting it but just to experiment if there's a sonic difference, I would give it a try. Especially with the BHSE itself.

 

If there was any difference, your set up should be able to reveal it.

 

 I would never put the spikes on the wooden shelves of my audio rack icebear, but regarding the isolation cone, the hole where the spike fits in has rubber inside , so there should be no unwanted vibration.

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