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    A look at materials for magnetic shielding

    ...You do realize that this thread is meant to deal with finding materials to reduce the 60 Hz noise inductively coupled into nearby audio circuits from an internal power transformer..... and not as a discussion of grounding, power lines or anything of that sort? Some DIY amps I have made had...
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    A look at materials for magnetic shielding

    First off, the assumption is that the signal ground on high-end audio gear is isolated from the safety ground of the AC power distribution system, so signal ground is not connected to neutral or ground in your wall socket. At ~300 kHz the impedance of an 8 ft rod driven into damp earth...
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    A look at materials for magnetic shielding

    1964! You're even older than I am. FYI I never said that a good earth ground was useful in improving AC quality, I don't know where you got that impression. I have found by experience that using a (relatively) low impedance connection to a decent earth ground can help "drain off" certain...
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    A look at materials for magnetic shielding

    RE: RFI Typically there is no internal source of RFI inside an audio component (there are exceptions, see below) - most EMI is capacitively coupled from the outside at high frequencies. The typical aluminum enclosure used for most audio gear does an adequate job shielding the stray RF that is...
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    Schiitcago 2017 - 9/17/17

    >> There is an email list? If your talking about the Chicago notification thread, just unsubscribe.<< Yeah ok I see
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    Schiitcago 2017 - 9/17/17

    I didn't see any spots. Yeah I wasn't there long, but seeing nowhere to put my gear....
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    Schiitcago 2017 - 9/17/17

    I showed up and there was no space for me to set up. I RSVP'd that I was bringing gear, but when I arrived there was no space to set up, no organizer around that I could find. Good thing I didn't go to the trouble of bringing my DIY T2. Take me off this email list.
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    Schiitcago 2017 - 9/17/17

    I plan on bringing my HE-6 with the Beta 22 w/ onboard Curryman DAC and Amanero USB interface that I built. Here's a picture of the amp chassis with the DAC inside a copper sub-enclosure for shielding the analog circuitry from the digital RF of the USB interface and the DAC. Curryman DAC is...
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    The Beta 22 Thread

    Items? I don't understand
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    The Stax Thread III

    Has anyone seen a DIY T-2 for sale / sold?  I'm curious what price it would bring.
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    Modded Musical Fidelity XCAN-V3 with filtered power supply SOLD SOLD SOLD

    Musical Fidelity XCAN V3 headphone amplifier, modifications include: Removed input coupling electrolytics, replaced garden-variety rectifier diodes with fast/ soft-recovery HEXFREDs, replaced low-quality electrolytic filter caps with low-ESR high-quality Panasonic electrolytics, and replaced...
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    The Beta 22 Thread

    The two chassis are from eBay, but I machined the front panels to my design, and cut ventilation slots in the top and bottom panels     Here's a chassis before machining.  Very good quality for the money.   Here's an ebay item for one of these chassis (note, this ebay link will eventually...
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    The Beta 22 Thread

    NEW BUILD   Compact 2-chassis ß22 / σ22 2-board amp with built in DAC  (note: Genuine AMB / Glass Audio parts)   DAC is Curryman - ES9023 DAC with discrete FET output buffers ( https://www.minidsp.com/products/minidspkits/curryman-i2s-dac ) DAC has separate power supplies USB reciver is...
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    Pass Zen style class-A amp

    FYI this is for sale.... send PM
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    Why are there no 'high-end' 1/4" headphone jacks!?!?!

    Yeah that Lumberg looks nice and I bet it's well made but it's 3.5 mm not 1/4"  my HE-6, LCD-2 and HD-800's won't plug into a 3.5 MM jack and using an adapter kind of defeats the purpose.   Maybe I'll have to start manufacturing one myself.  I have in mind one that has a larger contact area...
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