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post #7831 of 8247
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I use the budget Belden 19634. It is only 30 cm long to the wall socket as my P10 is sat on the floor tiles. I think the key thing is have a clean ring main from the fusebox, no other devices on that line especially fridges and such. That ring main is 30 amps and the in wall cabling is 45 amps. 

 

I wouldn't go nuts on mains cables unless you have longer runs. I use Cardas plugs and IEC sockets and hifi fuses in everything. It all helps.

 

If you must have any switching wall warts in the system get them behind a filter or better, replace them with a linear power supply, and reduce the noise both up stream and downstream.

 

Listening to some Deep House music right now, hell the 009s and my KGSShv are now a serious bass monster, yet still with the incredible transparency of electrostatics, incredible combination!


Thanks. I would like to start trying some cheap ones first. I've spent a lot this year, though it is just Feb. :blink:

post #7832 of 8247
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Thanks. I would like to start trying some cheap ones first. I've spent a lot this year, though it is just Feb. blink.gif

If you want something cheap and cheerful, go to cablewholesale and order their hospital grade "green dot" power cords. Surprisingly good and the price is right.
post #7833 of 8247
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I use a Shunyata viper which is on discount currently, with my p5. Even though it's gauge is a bit thinner, I am a believer in DTDC.


"DTDC"?  Surely not http://usa.dtdc.com  !-)

 

Old and befuddled,


Statfi

post #7834 of 8247

My financial situation has changed and unfortunately I'm not in a position to get my BHSE from this shipping batch. I've written Justin multiple times but have gotten no replies so far. Meanwhile, if you'd like a blue with the upgraded attenuator please contact me. 

post #7835 of 8247
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Originally Posted by Crashem View Post


If you want something cheap and cheerful, go to cablewholesale and order their hospital grade "green dot" power cords. Surprisingly good and the price is right.

 

The price is great. I will give a try. Thanks.

post #7836 of 8247
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Originally Posted by Earspeakers View Post

My financial situation has changed and unfortunately I'm not in a position to get my BHSE from this shipping batch. I've written Justin multiple times but have gotten no replies so far. Meanwhile, if you'd like a blue with the upgraded attenuator please contact me. 

Is yours 110v or 230v?
post #7837 of 8247
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Originally Posted by statfi View Post


"DTDC"?  Surely not http://usa.dtdc.com  !-)

Old and befuddled,


Statfi

http://www.shunyata.us/support/78-dtcd/288-dtcd
post #7838 of 8247
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Originally Posted by Earspeakers View Post

My financial situation has changed and unfortunately I'm not in a position to get my BHSE from this shipping batch. I've written Justin multiple times but have gotten no replies so far. Meanwhile, if you'd like a blue with the upgraded attenuator please contact me. 

Did you get final payment notice? Are you looking for deposit back or just change your delivery to later batch?
post #7839 of 8247
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Thanks!  Interesting.

post #7840 of 8247

Hi All,

 

I searched but found KT77 tubes are a direct replacement for EL34 tubes.

 

http://www.thetubestore.com/EL34-6CA7-KT77-Tube-Reviews

 

Can we use these type on the BHSE?

 

https://www.tubedepot.com/products/mullard-kt77-black-base#productImageModal

post #7841 of 8247
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Originally Posted by Y26-Day View Post

Hi All,

I searched but found KT77 tubes are a direct replacement for EL34 tubes.

http://www.thetubestore.com/EL34-6CA7-KT77-Tube-Reviews

Can we use these type on the BHSE?

https://www.tubedepot.com/products/mullard-kt77-black-base#productImageModal

See my answer for you bhse tube rolling. Btw at those prices just go get Mullard xf2
post #7842 of 8247
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Originally Posted by Y26-Day View Post
 

Hi All,

 

I searched but found KT77 tubes are a direct replacement for EL34 tubes.

 

http://www.thetubestore.com/EL34-6CA7-KT77-Tube-Reviews

 

Can we use these type on the BHSE?

 

https://www.tubedepot.com/products/mullard-kt77-black-base#productImageModal

KG has answered this before - you absolutely cannot use KT77 in the BHSE. Don't even think about it.

post #7843 of 8247

Thanks for the simple but direct answer.  Cheers.

post #7844 of 8247
After 3 years of hesitations..... I JUST placed my deposit for my BHSE 5 minutes ago. So you can welcome me to the club wink.gif

This will be the last batch of the BHSE SE with the separate PSU. So I could not resist...

Now....the looooong wait start biggrin.gif I will in the mean time investigate those tube rolling options...

I will use it with the SR009 that impressed me so much at CanJam London last year....

This was an expensive week: Purchase of a HE-X yesterday and deposit for BHSE today :-)
post #7845 of 8247
Don't bother investigating.

Mullard XF2s and call it a day.
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