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post #436 of 1599
Mmmm. Sounds like this amp may be the ticket!!!
I think im gonna pull the plug...
post #437 of 1599
Tube humidor?
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Originally Posted by CrazyRay View Post


post #438 of 1599

Happy WA6 (and WA3) owner checking in.

post #439 of 1599

Welcome !  beerchug.gif

post #440 of 1599

Cheers!

 

I've been enjoying my T1's with the WA3, and the D7000's with the WA6. I hope to upgrade to the Fostex TH900's eventually, to replace the Denons. Soon, hopefully I will be getting the AT W3000ANV. Does anyone have experience with this AT and the WA6?

 

I finally got to try the LCD2 at the Woo room at a recent hifi show, and liked them a lot. I would guess though that they need more power than the WA6? (I was listening to it out of the recent WA7).

post #441 of 1599
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Originally Posted by Arcamera View Post

Cheers!

 

I've been enjoying my T1's with the WA3, and the D7000's with the WA6. I hope to upgrade to the Fostex TH900's eventually, to replace the Denons. Soon, hopefully I will be getting the AT W3000ANV. Does anyone have experience with this AT and the WA6?

 

I finally got to try the LCD2 at the Woo room at a recent hifi show, and liked them a lot. I would guess though that they need more power than the WA6? (I was listening to it out of the recent WA7).

 

yeah WA6-SE or WA7 would drive them better. im sure the WA6 would be ok as well though, but the WA6-SE will sound more dynamic with lots of extra power left over. 

 

you could probably even buy a WA6-SE as an all rounder and just a few warmer sounding tubes to use with the T1 


Edited by Dubstep Girl - 4/4/13 at 7:50am
post #442 of 1599
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Originally Posted by GrindingThud View Post

Tube humidor?


Good eye GrindingThud, you are correct, it is a humidor!

 

post #443 of 1599
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Originally Posted by Arcamera View Post

Cheers!

 

I've been enjoying my T1's with the WA3, and the D7000's with the WA6. I hope to upgrade to the Fostex TH900's eventually, to replace the Denons. Soon, hopefully I will be getting the AT W3000ANV. Does anyone have experience with this AT and the WA6?

 

I finally got to try the LCD2 at the Woo room at a recent hifi show, and liked them a lot. I would guess though that they need more power than the WA6? (I was listening to it out of the recent WA7).

I truly prefer my LCD2's on the Schiit Lyr,(with BiFrost DAC), over any other amp I've heard them on.

That includes my recently purchased WA6. The Lyr is a tube amp, so you have that nice sound in an amp that is adequately powerful for the Audezers.

I prefer Sennheisers and Grados on the Woo.

ESPECIALLY the Senns.

 

 

I am in search of 9pin to 8pin adaptors to run 6sn7's on the WA6.

I imagine Woo offers them, but I just wonder if there's anybody else out there carrying them.

 

Have ordered a USAG 596 rectifier and adaptor... that will be fun, once I've done with burn in on the stock rectifier.

 

Even early on, I SO love this amp!

My Senns are spending so much time on my head, my LCDs are getting jealous!

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post #444 of 1599
I pulled the plug and got the WA6 non se with vcap upgrade. Is there any mod I should think of doing to pair with my akg 702 65th anniversary editions and yulong d100 Dac? I cant wait to try this setup!!! What do you guys think of this combo?
post #445 of 1599

Have just sold my WA6 five minutes ago mad.gif.....but will keep the Sophia Princess and eventually will upgrade to a WA6SE....if I can find one second hand.

Meanwhile my Phoenix has to tide me over but I just think I can get more out of the HD800 with a WA6SE....at least I hope so!

Just like the "journey", trying out different configurations,components etc.

post #446 of 1599
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Originally Posted by silversurfer616 View Post

Have just sold my WA6 five minutes ago mad.gif.....but will keep the Sophia Princess and eventually will upgrade to a WA6SE....if I can find one second hand.

Meanwhile my Phoenix has to tide me over but I just think I can get more out of the HD800 with a WA6SE....at least I hope so!

Just like the "journey", trying out different configurations,components etc.

 

+1 for WA6SE.  Should also add a WA22 or WA5 to your list toowink_face.gif.  The journey will never end...I'm looking for a nice DAC to replace my Bifrost here too.         

post #447 of 1599
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Originally Posted by Sko0byDoo View Post

 

+1 for WA6SE.  Should also add a WA22 or WA5 to your list toowink_face.gif.  The journey will never end...I'm looking for a nice DAC to replace my Bifrost here too.         

 

I just added a Mytek DAC  to my system and am extremely happy with what it can do. 

post #448 of 1599
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Originally Posted by Todd R View Post

 

I just added a Mytek DAC  to my system and am extremely happy with what it can do. 

 

The Mytek DAC's specs look great!  The form factor is just perfect to just slide into the old Bifrost's slot.  I was eyeing on the W4S DAC-2 and the Oppo BDP-105.  Thanks!     


Edited by Sko0byDoo - 4/6/13 at 11:13am
post #449 of 1599
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Originally Posted by GradestCanadian View Post

I pulled the plug and got the WA6 non se with vcap upgrade. Is there any mod I should think of doing to pair with my akg 702 65th anniversary editions and yulong d100 Dac? I cant wait to try this setup!!! What do you guys think of this combo?

Should be a great choice.  Congrats!

post #450 of 1599
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Originally Posted by Sko0byDoo View Post

 

The Mytek DAC's specs look great!  The form factor is just perfect to just slide into the old Bifrost's slot.  I was eyeing on the W4S DAC-2 and the Oppo BDP-105.  Thanks!     

 

Love my W4S DAC 2.  Found one for a steal on eBay.

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