Thanks for your prompt reply. I have tried them with the gain in high and low positions and get the same results either way =/ though the low gain is slightly better but still unlistenable as the distortion is so bad. I guess I will just have to use my d5000s with my portable setup instead.
Little Dot Tube Amps: Vacuum Tube Rolling Guide - Page 448
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I made an impedance matcher for when I want to run my 35 Ohm Ultrasone's from the LD. I get a bad hum in them, basically all I did was take a 1/4" plug and a 1/8" socket and wire up an adapter with a 150 ohm resistor in series with each channel. It removes the hum for me, not an ideal solution but doesn't harm anything either.
It might work for you as well and easy to wire up loosely to test.
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Need a little help:
I am preparing a power supply for my coming 15A voltage regulator, and I wanted to use an old PS from a computer rated +12V 14A, -12V 0.8A
+ 5V 25A, -5VSB 2A
I plugged it into the wall outlet, but I am not able to measure any voltage at any of the 7 different plugs. The power cord to the PS has 115V - tried another PS and still no reading.
What am I doing wrong?
I'd send you a link but I'm actually in the car at the moment so Google is your friend.