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post #1081 of 1110
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Mike got in contact and explained it's a recent revision to the WA7TP. Turns out you have to remove the sticker and then remove and reposition the jumpers that are exposed in order to run it as 220v.

 

Happy to help. :beerchug:

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post #1082 of 1110
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Happy to help. :beerchug:


Mike, any update on upgrade service/cost of Gen 1 WA7 to Gen 2?

post #1083 of 1110
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Mike, any update on upgrade service/cost of Gen 1 WA7 to Gen 2?

Yes, we wait with baited breath!

post #1084 of 1110
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Yes, we wait with baited breath!


Let's start naming our own price - I'm good for $200!

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Let's start naming our own price - I'm good for $200!


Little steep, I'm good for $175 shipping included

post #1086 of 1110

Sorry for the wait on the upgrade option. We'll have more details and open the gates when production is more caught up. We have a lot of patiently waiting WA8 Eclipse customers. A good problem to have I guess... 

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post #1087 of 1110

Well, I've never been known for my patience. Going to go ahead and sell my WA7 WA7tp to have cash on hand to get the WA8 instead of waiting for the upgrade. Honestly, I am glad there is no tube rolling for the WA8 LOL.

post #1088 of 1110

Before I sold my WA7tp, I purchased a lot of NOS Mullard CV4003's. Selling the leftovers at a decent discount if any of you fine gentlemen are interested!

post #1089 of 1110
Pardon my very limited knowledge, but I don't get what "power supply" means. Is it true to say that the wa7tp is an additional amp upgrade for the wa7d?
post #1090 of 1110

It is a power supply upgrade. It replaces the SMPS that came with the WA7 with a tube-based power supply. It is a significant upgrade that is well worth considering.

post #1091 of 1110

Do the newer TPs still have the wobbly power button?

post #1092 of 1110
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Originally Posted by Cardiiiii View Post
 

Do the newer TPs still have the wobbly power button?


yes... agree it should be a proper switch or better yet just turn on when the WA7 volume knob is turned above 0.


Edited by groovyd - 10/2/16 at 6:18pm
post #1093 of 1110
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yes... agree it should be a proper switch or better yet just turn on when the WA7 volume knob is turned above 0.

Yeah it just doesn't go with the rest of the build quality which is just top notch.
post #1094 of 1110
How's everyone going with the Sylvania 6350? Does it have any detriment to the WA7tp?
post #1095 of 1110
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How's everyone going with the Sylvania 6350? Does it have any detriment to the WA7tp?


12 months now no problem

Bought 2 pair but still on the first set

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