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post #91 of 5657
No.. I heard is it supposed to me more musical- similar to the ES-1- but is it as musical and as powerful?
post #92 of 5657
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Originally Posted by rsbrsvp View Post
Has anyone tried the current production KT77 by Gold Lion? It is supposed to be an exact replica of the old stock.
I've tried the Genalex Gold Lion KT77s in my BHSE and they work fine. You'll need to adjust bias for the KT77s though as they run at a higher spec. I found the KT77s to add more lower mid-range and mid-bass (compared to the stock Mullard EL34s), which may work nicely for brighter-sounding headphones. I like them with the SR-404LE for example.
post #93 of 5657
Has anyone recently received shipment of their BHSE amp? I am wondering where production of the first 20 units stands.

Has anyone heard alternatives, such as the Ray Samuels A-10?
post #94 of 5657
Best person to ask would be Justin.
post #95 of 5657
Is BHSE twice as good as KGSS ?
post #96 of 5657
The BH circuit is a further refinement over the KGSS so better but how you would quantify "twice as good" is beyond me.
post #97 of 5657
In terms of sound quality, such as treble, bass and vocal, is BHSE better than KGSS ?
post #98 of 5657
Yes. Think of it this way, the KGSS is a damn fine amp and better then nearly every electrostatic amp design out there. The only exception being the BH/T2 (which are very similar).
post #99 of 5657
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Originally Posted by spritzer View Post
Yes. Think of it this way, the KGSS is a damn fine amp and better then nearly every electrostatic amp design out there. The only exception being the BH/T2 (which are very similar).
This.
post #100 of 5657
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Originally Posted by spritzer View Post
Yes. Think of it this way, the KGSS is a damn fine amp and better then nearly every electrostatic amp design out there. The only exception being the BH/T2 (which are very similar).
What do you think of the designs of this German site ? I know the design does not say everything, the execution and used parts also are very important, but I am curious how you (or dr. Gilmore) would judge these designs.
post #101 of 5657
Missed this somehow. Those are fine budget amps but that was to be expected since they are mostly just carbon copies of what Stax was doing 25 years ago.
post #102 of 5657
I hope I am not being a pest here, but, could anyone on the list for the first run of BHSE report when they received their amp and their placement on the list? The response I have been getting from Justin is "soon," but we seem to have different meanings to that word.

I just want to have some idea where the production has reached at this time.
post #103 of 5657
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Originally Posted by Larry I View Post
I hope I am not being a pest here, but, could anyone on the list for the first run of BHSE report when they received their amp and their placement on the list? The response I have been getting from Justin is "soon," but we seem to have different meanings to that word.

I just want to have some idea where the production has reached at this time.
I am supposedly 10 on the list. I fully paid in early November. In mid-December I was told "finish this week." As of last week I was back to "soon" along with "hiring help."

You are not being a pest. I think you and I agree on the definition of soon, but apparently the fellow that counts does not.

JHellow
post #104 of 5657
Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #105 of 5657
Same history here, I paid fully in late October, Justin told in mid December that it should ship "very soon".

It would be very appropriate if Justin made a status report and an explanation for the delays would not be wrong. I doubt this will happen but some of his defenders may pop up with information.
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