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post #31 of 38
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Big box in today! Let's skip all unpacking and go straight to what makes tube amplifiers so beautiful :)

 

Trafomatic Audio T2+

 

Mytek as source works very well, feel I have enough power at 12 o' clock (there is some fuzz about the 1.5Vpp input sensitivity over at 6moons)

 

With my T2+, I had enough power past 3 o'clock, even when the source I'm using outputs 3V RMS. I suspect it is the H2+ headphone that is at fault, so I decided to send it back to TakeT and have it replaced with the newer model. It seems I'm the only one who is having this problem so far.

post #32 of 38
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Leaking sound? yep :)

 

post #33 of 38

 

from facebook

post #34 of 38

I also really like the Wadia 121 as an entry level option.  It has a variable output to 4v, which is great for the Traf and Tak!!.  The Auralic Vega is also variable to 4v...a frighteningly good combo.

 

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post #35 of 38
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Originally Posted by mteinum View Post
 

 

Retail €1200 (+ tax/shipping..)

 

US distribution, contact Frederick Crane at StereoDesk

Norway: Moiz Audio (price: NOK 12.000)

 

T2+ is branded within the White line and is available directly from Trafomatic Audio.

 

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Information from Moiz Audio

 

https://www.facebook.com/StereoDesk1

http://trafomaticaudio.com/contact.php

http://moiz.no/

Thanks Moiz...we have the new T2+ with the Audience cabling out soon too.   (pair headed your way  : )

post #36 of 38

Thanks Martin!!!  I thought this was Moiz's post...need more coffee.

post #37 of 38

I'm here and i need more coffee

post #38 of 38

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