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Originally Posted by sfo1972 View Post
 

For those interested, the Lyr/Lyr2 compatibility chart was updated with a few new sections and one new tube.  Check it out:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/755300/schiit-lyr-lyr-2-tube-compatibility-list#post_11328343

 

Cheers


+1 Thanks....

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Originally Posted by sfo1972 View Post
 

For those interested, the Lyr/Lyr2 compatibility chart was updated with a few new sections and one new tube.  Check it out:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/755300/schiit-lyr-lyr-2-tube-compatibility-list#post_11328343

 

Cheers

Thanks!

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Quote:
Originally Posted by sfo1972 View Post
 

For those interested, the Lyr/Lyr2 compatibility chart was updated with a few new sections and one new tube.  Check it out:

http://www.head-fi.org/t/755300/schiit-lyr-lyr-2-tube-compatibility-list#post_11328343

 

Cheers


+1 Thanks....


You're welcome buddy....its good to get back into the swing of things. It seems there is a bit of reading for me to catchup on.

 

Cheers.

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All you rollers interested, shameless plug: Pair of 1975 6N23P Reflektor Tube tested 80/85 & 92/88

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Re: Soundsgoodtome's Avatar...

 

Goddam. So true. I remember a Discman in my backpack and trying to walk that thing before memory was cheap enough to buffer over the skips and re-reads. The buffer would run out and I would have to stop walking.  Wait for it to fill and then walk another couple minutes. LOL

 

As per keeping on topic. I still have a pair fo CV2493's for sale if anyone is interested.

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Re: Soundsgoodtome's Avatar...

 

Goddam. So true. I remember a Discman in my backpack and trying to walk that thing before memory was cheap enough to buffer over the skips and re-reads. The buffer would run out and I would have to stop walking.  Wait for it to fill and then walk another couple minutes. LOL

 

As per keeping on topic. I still have a pair fo CV2493's for sale if anyone is interested.

I remember when the Cassette Walkman was the new thing. I also remember cassette's before Dolby noise reduction and fancy tape formulations culminating in "Metal" tapes.  I also had a Radioshack 8 track recorder which I used to record music off of FM radio (as a teen).

I had Simon and Garfunkel "Bookends" on pre Dolby Cassette. For the longest time after  I missed the HISSSSS during quiet passages. 

Discman? Bah! :-)

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I got my Telefunken's today and am listening for the first time right now even though they haven't been broken in.  They sound kinda harsh and bright right now, but quite listenable anyways.  No background noise at all.  So for now I am going to keep listening. :L3000:

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I got my Telefunken's today and am listening for the first time right now even though they haven't been broken in.  They sound kinda harsh and bright right now, but quite listenable anyways.  No background noise at all.  So for now I am going to keep listening. L3000.gif
Which Telefunkens?
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@exacoustatowner
These:
http://www.upscaleaudio.com/telefunken-e88cc-6922/
expensive but worth it.
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If you plan on doing some tube rolling. There's deals to be had on ebay if you're patient. Brent Jesse just sold these at auction ,and somebody got a hell of a deal.
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=221832870729&alt=web
Most in this thread are extremely helpful , should you have any questions.
Cheers
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@exacoustatowner
These:
http://www.upscaleaudio.com/telefunken-e88cc-6922/
expensive but worth it.
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Originally Posted by Guidostrunk View Post

If you plan on doing some tube rolling. There's deals to be had on ebay if you're patient. Brent Jesse just sold these at auction ,and somebody got a hell of a deal.
http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=221832870729&alt=web
Most in this thread are extremely helpful , should you have any questions.
Cheers
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@exacoustatowner
These:
http://www.upscaleaudio.com/telefunken-e88cc-6922/
expensive but worth it.

Hey buddy, long time no see. Just got back into the thread. The Tele's are excellent and have great sound, definitely top of the list. How have you been doing with your lyr and tube rolling, anything exciting to report smily_headphones1.gif
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