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Originally Posted by MrAzza View Post

So it seems the cable of my GR07s MKii is on its last legs... So I suppose... *checks bank balance* I need to decide on some colours!


Well, there's always BTG Audio.....why not do both?

 

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hows the Pureamp II (is that the JP version)?

 

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Originally Posted by achl354 View Post
 

Just got it and just listening to it as well :)

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Originally Posted by VisceriousZERO View Post
 

That doesn't look very secure with just one silicone strap at the bottom - you should get some low-profile dual lock to get a nice clean stack. :rolleyes:

Btw, which tips are these clear white ones?

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i am using low-profile dual lock also to stack the DX100 and an Intruder. It holds and looks great.

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Damn I had that combo idea too...you beat me to it...waiting for your feedback.
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Originally Posted by kova4a View Post
 

That doesn't look very secure with just one silicone strap at the bottom - you should get some low-profile dual lock to get a nice clean stack. :rolleyes:

Btw, which tips are these clear white ones?

 

Thanks for the tip! I'll find some, I was just testing the combo last night and it sounds amazing... have to do critical listening today...

 

Those are Ortofon Large. I use them all the time.

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Ya know, it's funny, but I've never seen any Head-fier using it for their stack, but silicone sealant is absolutely ideal for creating a semi-permanent stack that perfectly protects the individual devices from abrading against one another. It adheres beautifully to metal, glass, plastic, etc., and does not let go, in normal usage, but most definitely is willing to let go when deliberately prised apart. When it is, eventually, deliberately removed, it leaves no marks or damage, whatsoever. It also moulds 100% perfectly to whatever shape your devices are. It's also resilient to amplifier heat, and, provided you take care to get a low-acetic acid formulation, is perfectly harmless to almost any material one's devices may be made from, and the end result is, essentially, non-toxic for daily contact with your hands/fingers.

 

If you think about it, the glass panels of fishtanks are often 'glued' together using silicone.

 

 

Just a thought.... :rolleyes: 

 

 

 



Edited by Mython - 1/30/14 at 2:17pm
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Ya know, it's funny, but I've never seen any Head-fier using it for their stack, but silicone sealant is absolutely ideal for creating a semi-permanent stack that perfectly protects the individual devices from abrading against one another. It adheres beautifully to metal, glass, plastic, etc., and does not let go, in normal usage, but most definitely is willing to let go when deliberately prised apart. When it is, eventually, deliberately removed, it leaves no marks or damage, whatsoever. It also moulds 100% perfectly to whatever shape your devices are. It's also resilient to amplifier heat, and, provided you take care to get a low-acetic acid formulation, is perfectly harmless to almost any material one's devices may be made from, and the end result is, essentially, non-toxic for daily contact with your hands/fingers.

 

If you think about it, the glass panels of fishtanks are often 'glued' together using silicone.

 

 

Just a thought.... :rolleyes: 

 

 

 


 

I'd never seen any. D'you have any sample over there?

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I'd never seen any. D'you have any sample over there?

 

 

No, but that's only because I don't own a stack. If I did, I can tell you for an honest fact, that I definitely would be using silicone.

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Better get some silicone before its all gone from women using it as boobies.

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we don't sell Charley's cd's but I'll ask her if the Album is available in hi-res... I'll try and get Charley to post on the thread, she has some lovely Wizard N4 CIEM's.

Do let me know please. Thank you. 

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No, but that's only because I don't own a stack. If I did, I can tell you for an honest fact, that I definitely would be using silicone.

Would you know where to get one hahaha!

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Would you know where to get one hahaha!

 

What, a sample? :tongue:

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