It's the stock PS: Juyn 24V 1.5A switching
But like I said, it does this even if it's not plugged into the power supply.
As for the recommended 13.5v, I use that as a starting point but all my tubes were different as to which voltage sounded best. Left and Right were never the same either.
I have a Bravo V3 and it's stopped working. I was wondering if you fine folks could help me out a little.
Firstly it started to turn off and on really quickly, the tube was flashing, I thought maybe the power plug was loose, yet it was not.
I re-seated the the tube a few times and then it was working for a bit, the tube was light up for half and hour but I didn't test any audio output.
It started to flash a little more so I re-seated the tube once more, but then it wouldn't light up. I tested the V3 without the tube and the LED were
still lighting up. But eventually after more testing the LED don't light up any more.
I've ordered a replacement tube, but I have a feeling something on the board has gone faulty instead.
Any one have any ideas?
#1: Yes. I have two V2's and both do this. It's perfectly normal.
#2: Only one model of the Bravo amps has any shielding at all, and the V1 definitely has none. So it is a magnet for RFI. You probably have a transformer or other electronic device too close to the amp. Move things around while listening to the amp and you'll find a spot where it goes away. If that doesn't work, then you most likely have a bad cable somewhere.