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post #2821 of 2827
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Originally Posted by hifimiami View Post

Yes, the build quality and performance is exceptional I own 4 Audio GD components and I'm very satisfied with the sound quality and performance. The only recommendation if you purchase it is break in for 200 Hours as it will reward you with superb sound.
that scares men a little.. dont alot of people say burn in is over rated?
post #2822 of 2827

@hifimiami: can you please stick with regular font size? You don't have to stand out from other posts like that.

post #2823 of 2827
Anyone lke this unit
post #2824 of 2827
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Originally Posted by Ekul61 View Post

Anyone

If not already done so, you might also check the thread:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/573478/audio-gd-nfb-10se-thread

I have the NFB-10SE - It differs from the current NFB-10.33 only in the usb interface - and I agree with hifimiami above that it is an excellent unit for the price. Also note that for me it stabilized (or I got accustomed to the sound) in less than 20 hours.

You may PM me if you have any specific question.

post #2825 of 2827

Take this, listen and be happy.

 

http://www.highendcable.co.uk/Telos%20Home.htm

post #2826 of 2827

 Being a 10.33 owner... I can say that it is an amazing AMP/DAC combo. The SE output seems to be decent, but I only really use the balanced out and it is superb. Very powerful, clear, detailed, etc. I'm glad I went with the Wolfson chips over the ESS chip to be honest. Maybe if I had a LCD2/3/X (something that needs a more clinical sound) then I'd definitely go with something like the NFB-1 (2015).

post #2827 of 2827
Nice u like that amp better than alyr2
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