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post #1096 of 6782
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Originally Posted by kenz View Post

It could also be any jack adapters used in the chain? Suspect even a poorly made terminated cable contributes to the buzz and noise.

 

When i used a 3.5mm male to 3.5mm female sonic gear adapter, the buzz and hiss on my ALO rxMK3-B was ridiculous.

Once removed, the hiss came down to a very slight one.

 

After that episode, can no longer think "an adapter is just an adapter" anymore. It does matter big time.

 

I tried with just the amp turned on and the 1P2 plugged in. 

 

I'd open it up to check for problems, but I won't since it's not mine.

post #1097 of 6782

Eke, FYI, i put T1 volume to max while keeping RWAK paused and running (did it right now after seeing your finding)... in my case i hear no hiss or noise even at max, no sign of it. if you do not trust me you can ask James444 who i can meet and demonstrate this to him. i repeat it, dead silent in my case even with T1 volume maxed and RWAK on pause.

post #1098 of 6782
I have a T1 with me right now on loan but no sign of any problem mentioned. If you're sure it's not the cable, jacks, volume or power switch glitching out money's on the amp being faulty.
post #1099 of 6782
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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

Eke, FYI, i put T1 volume to max while keeping RWAK paused and running (did it right now after seeing your finding)... in my case i hear no hiss or noise even at max, no sign of it. if you do not trust me you can ask James444 who i can meet and demonstrate this to him. i repeat it, dead silent in my case even with T1 volume maxed and RWAK on pause.

 

I know, I don't believe the maker of the 1P2 would knowingly put out a faulty product.

 

I think there's an issue with this particular set. I'm not quite sure what happened. I'm going to let the battery discharge completely before charging again.

post #1100 of 6782

H20, uffff ... you have T1 and not tell me, how could you? tongue.gif wait for your impressions mate popcorn.gif


Edited by Gintaras - 6/30/13 at 7:57am
post #1101 of 6782
I think it's pretty crappy. tongue.gif
post #1102 of 6782
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

I think it's pretty crappy. tongue.gif

WHAT confused.gifeek.gif

 

repent or be repelled dude very_evil_smiley.gif

 

you canNOT be serious beyersmile.png

 

btw, did you try all ''insert'' positions with T1 as per CraftyClown suggestion for AK100??? might work well too tongue.gif


Edited by Gintaras - 6/30/13 at 8:09am
post #1103 of 6782
No, I'm not serious, it's a nice amp. wink.gif
post #1104 of 6782
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I think it's pretty crappy. tongue.gif

 

On April fools day ;).

post #1105 of 6782
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I have a T1 with me right now on loan but no sign of any problem mentioned. If you're sure it's not the cable, jacks, volume or power switch glitching out money's on the amp being faulty.

 

I isolated the problem to the HPO jack. I managed to create/stop the noise my wiggling the jack in different directions. There might be solder problems in that specific point, like when I got my clip+.

post #1106 of 6782
It's a long shot, but you can try blowing air In there, or using a Q-tip sticking it carefully to wipe the contacts. Most likely a solder job though.
post #1107 of 6782

Eke, sh*t happens, no gear is immune, i remember sending my Naim CDP and wait for two months because servo mechanism developed problem. Luckily i got the replacement for the better one at no cost. Naim stands by its products and i am sure Tralucent would stand by their products too since i know Gavin is dedicated audiophile and would be as unhappy to hear about any problem as the owner himself. so makes sense to tell the owner to send this back to Tralucent then?

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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

Eke, sh*t happens, no gear is immune, i remember sending my Naim CDP and wait for two months because servo mechanism developed problem. Luckily i got the replacement for the better one at no cost. Naim stands by its products and i am sure Tralucent would stand by their products too since i know Gavin is dedicated audiophile and would be as unhappy to hear about any problem as the owner himself. so makes sense to tell the owner to send this back to Tralucent then?

 

Yeah no worries, I've already chatted with Gavin about it.

post #1109 of 6782
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

It's a long shot, but you can try blowing air In there, or using a Q-tip sticking it carefully to wipe the contacts. Most likely a solder job though.

I wouldn't blow air inside. It would introduce moisture onto the contact surface.
post #1110 of 6782
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I wouldn't blow air inside. It would introduce moisture onto the contact surface.

i would not blow at all LOL ... :-D

@Eke, sure no worries
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