I like the sense of community.
I sent a member my orange globes.
I packaged them in this:
$5 shipping USPS
I will measure ..
$20.50 direct. You will find them for less on eBay/Amazon.
One more thing. There is a padded version and a non padded.
I have the padded.. I think that's the one above.
This is the larger one.
Waterproof tested to 100 feet. Waterproof, crushproof and airtight protection for GPS units, cameras, small video cameras, hunting ammo, fishing supplies and so much more. Available in black, yellow and blue and comes with a "Pick-N-Pluck" foam insert.
Here's how nutty I am.
I found boxes that are the same size as the ones my Amprex came in.
1 1/16" x 1 1/16" x 3"
A nickel each.
Gotta by 1000 at $53
I'm loony enough to buy some.
Even if you only fit a dozen thats good.
Plus one of the OtterBox series includes "pick and pluck" foam.
The boxes wold be cool because you can write on them.
My DAC Bake-Off.
Cambridge Audio DacMagic Plus
Senn HD650 > Lyr > DM+ > USB2 > MacBook Pro
Schiit Audio Bifrost
Senn HD650 > Lyr > Bifrost > Toslink > MacBook Pro
Paul Simon Graceland, remastered 24bit / 96kHz
Also: Mozart Violin Concerto No. 3 24/192kHz
My choice: Schiit Audio Lyr.
Why: More musical, easier to listen to, very sweet.
Not that I don't like my DM+ for my room system
I enjoyed the Lyr on headphones more.
What are your thoughts on the Mullard CV-2492/2493?
How do the Mullards differ sonically from the Amperex 6922?
Thank you very much! Your experiences are always helpful to us.
A pair of mid-60's Mullard "large shield, halo getter" CV-2493's arrived yesterday. The mids are indeed very nice and sound exactly like a newer early-70's "dimple-getter" version I have. However, the older Mullards have slightly better bass, to my delight. They also run a little cooler than the Amperex Orange Globe 6DJ8's that I'm used to. Very nice, indeed.