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well, i have the combo now since yesterday. applause to sonore, it had even the correct wallwart-power supply with a swiss plug.

that's definitely not common, most of the time there is a German or UK plug. The look, feel & builtquality of the DDC and the PSU

is very good.

 

just upon the first seconds of listening i was amazed. i really didn't expect it to make that much of a difference. but it does, and

it's not just a subtle difference, it's a huge difference. i didn't not listen to it without the PSU, but with the PSU it's really staggering.

 

The best example i can make: Normally in the evening hours, mostly 10:30pm and later, my systems moves up to a complete

different level. it starts to sound so magically good. but that was only possible very late in the evening. Now it sounds during the

day as it did at night before, and even a little bit better at night. but it's not much difference anymore. It just has that uber-clear

and perfectly timed sound. the stage get's bigger, it's much more 3-dimensional and intimate. It really helps the Yulong D18 to fly.

 

For me, those two parts are clearly worth every cent of it and i have a high trust in SOtM as company now. GREAT JOB!  smile_phones.gif

 

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Edited by Houbi - 12/20/12 at 12:07pm

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post #17 of 19

I see you have the D18.  Why not get the U18 a a much lower cost?

post #18 of 19
Because quality of both are on a different level from what i have been reading
post #19 of 19

Meaning the quality of the U18 is a lesser quality than the SOtM?  Are you talking about sound quality or build quality?

 

I thought Yulong made pretty good stuff..  Both SQ and BQ wise.

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