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I agree - why listen at anything less than full beans; however it does niggle me.
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] OP SR Red, Green & Blue - BNC2 / White - DBNC (with BNCs attached as per manual)
this might explain why OP SR sometimes works and sometimes doesn't - I switch TT2 off every night (using remote) but always leave M-Scaler on.
should I just stick with the way shown in in the manual?
In the M-Scaler manual, figures 4.3 (there's two of them) p27 & 28, it shows the BNC cables going from MS BNC1-TT BNC1 & MS BNC2-TT BNC2 - which...
OP SR has stopped working, again - when cycling through the settings the TT2 said 'BNC 2' - it was working a few weeks ago - tell me I've got...
why delete filtering and conditioning?
worked - was worried I'd break it - that's way more pressure than seems sensible..
This will undoubtedly be the most stupid question of the day - how do you get the back off the remote control battery compartment?
There's a bit too much RFI on this forum.
sort of guessed that - got VCs on order but didn't know there was a 'list'
what is this spreadsheet of which you speak...?
Had that problem too - and my BNC cables were the correct way round - but it fixed itself after a while - not the faintest idea why - keep trying...
I notice Sean Jacobs and Paul Hynes keep coming up when discussions turn to PSUs. As well as producing 3 grades of unit (SR4, 5, 7 & DC1, 2, 3)...
What voltage do you use?
Would be interested to hear Rob's view - I am interested in a PSU like the Paul Hynes Design but don't want to risk damaging the Chord - I...
Good question - depends who you ask. I thought I knew but am not sure anymore..
So the benefits using battery pack or PSU outweigh lower voltage?
There was a bit of discussion on here the other day about improvements made by using external power supplies - like the Paul Hynes Design SR4 -...
better or worse..?
Will 9v or 12v affect sound quality?
I did read somewhere on these forums that I should use Hi G with the TT2 but, having quickly Googled the general question, loads of Head Fiers...
You'll need to explain this in simple terms - sorry - why do Chord provide a 15v supply when 9v or 12v sounds better?
It's the 'designer's...
Read it somewhere.
I'm confused (again) - does this mean not using the power supply provided?