Well that all may be true, but the fact of the matter is it has happened and I am sure it will happen again. Never said it happened on a KG amp, now did I.However now that you mention it, there are owners that have posted about how hot a BHSE does get. Or maybe you are right about everything and the world is all wrong.
Can you post a link from Stax that has the spects on the SRM-T2.
Don't forget you are not on that other forum, your on Head-Fi. This is a civilized forum not a "mean spirited" forum.
Stop doing what you seem to do best, slander and name calling. Its not cute or funny, its just childish.
You really have no idea what you are talking about, point me to a case where a pot has seized up due to heat. I've worked on more amps than I care to recall and seen open carbon pots having movement issues due to dirt and grime but to even suggest that a pot has stopped working due to heat is just... Goes to show you've no idea what is even inside one of these.
So what, people think burn-in is real and that cables make a life changing difference, doesn't mean it has any basis in reality. Regardless of what some manufacturers claim there is no way to have ample current reserves and to run an amp deep into Class A without dissipating a lot of excess heat. What you do with that heat is the main issue as the lifetime of the electronics is cut in half by every 10°C. This is not counting the capacitors which are far worse off when heated even close to their limits. Factor in how much heat the BHSE generates and other amps that dissipate the same and it runs cool and will last the next 15-20 years without needing any service. Does it run hotter than some little toy chipamp? Yes but it also doesn't draw nearly as much power from the wall.
I'm well aware that this is Head-fi, the crappy interface gives it away and the sheer stupidity of the posts. Posts like yours are the reason why nobody takes anything on HF seriously and why there is no meaningful discussion here.