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That Woo gear is just too nice to look at and I don't think you should taunt us with pictures of them here... :D

 

I am relieved to see that the UGLY knob has been retired!

:beerchug:

You mean this one  lol.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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Nooooo....

UGLY knob is UGLY....

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Hi,

 

All you want to know about Woo adapters - around $50 each + shipping:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/548267/new-product-universal-teflon-tube-adapter

 

It seems to me that they will wire adapters to your specifications as well.

post #8359 of 8361

Usually I play music from my computer using iTunes where I have my CD library. Today I played a CD from my CD player and to my surprise the hum became significantly lower.

 

If the hum comes from my computer connection, what can I do to lower the hum? Changing outlets used for the PC? Changing the wire that connects the PC to the receiver?

 

Would appreciate any suggestions - thanks

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Originally Posted by mordy View Post
 

Usually I play music from my computer using iTunes where I have my CD library. Today I played a CD from my CD player and to my surprise the hum became significantly lower.

 

If the hum comes from my computer connection, what can I do to lower the hum? Changing outlets used for the PC? Changing the wire that connects the PC to the receiver?

 

Would appreciate any suggestions - thanks

Is your PC plugged into a power bar or in the wall

post #8361 of 8361
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Originally Posted by mordy View Post

Usually I play music from my computer using iTunes where I have my CD library. Today I played a CD from my CD player and to my surprise the hum became significantly lower.



 



If the hum comes from my computer connection, what can I do to lower the hum? Changing outlets used for the PC? Changing the wire that connects the PC to the receiver?



 



Would appreciate any suggestions - thanks


 


Hi Mordy
I use PC to play most of the time but I don't get any hum with C3gs and 6sn7 combo. I would try different outlets first. Have you tried different player as well? JRIVER, JPLAY or FOOBAR. Do you have any other USB outlet that plugged in for mouse, keyboard, bluetooth or ect..... Try to unplug everything that are not necessary. Try to install "fidelizer.exe" http://www.windowsxlive.net/fidelizer/ . I hope you get rid of annoying hum.


Cheers
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