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Feliks-Audio ELISE...New thread.

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by hypnos1, Oct 1, 2015.
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  1. hypnos1
    Wow, S67...that's just got to be a record LOL...LUCKY YOU!! [​IMG]...and good thinking on the purchase...[​IMG]
    Hey UT...sometimes I think it's us who are odd, not the days LOL!!! [​IMG] [​IMG]...
  2. Oskari

    I entirely agree with UT.


    My Elise (230V) is an early version. The fuse reads T1.6AL250V.

    It would be interesting to know whether later versions still ship with the same fuse or perhaps with something else.
  3. UntilThen

    My Elise is also 230V. Is there a 220V? Too lazy to take my fuse out to have a look but when I bought my Darkvoice 336se 2nd hand, the seller told me he had to change the fuse once as it blows. He also gave me a packet of fuse. 
    It reads F1AL250V.
    So I have spares. [​IMG]
  4. frederick-rea
    Hello all
    I changed for one of this
  5. Oskari

    I'd guess that 230V equals 220V–240V.
  6. Oskari

    How much and where?

    Please don't tell me $60 ea.
  7. frederick-rea
    from hear
  8. frederick-rea
    Hey all
    Now I am using Chatham 6AS7G as powers and Philips EL3N as drivers. Because these drivers are growing with time, and treble with bad records could be a little forward, I use TS7236 but I prefer as well those Mullard EEC31
    Important saying that DAC, as Headphones are fundamental pieces for rooling tubes
    For now I have
    using CD's: EAD transport »» EAD 7000 serie III (HDCD) » ELISE »»LCD-XC ver2
    I use as well Elise as a Pre (Instead of Conrad Johnson Premier Fourteen), with Conrad Johnson Premier Eleven A and Audio Phisic Virgo
    see you
  9. Oskari
    Only €39 then.
  10. UntilThen
    Question is does it make your Elise more HiFi sounding. [​IMG]
  11. connieflyer
    My problem with this is, that you have twenty miles of heavy cable from the generating plant to the substation then the wire to the neighborhood and the final drop to the house, then all the house wiring, finally ends up at the Elise, and goes across this expensive quarter inch of metal and now everything before it has changed. Unless there is some kind of magic convolutions of the electrons in that quarter inch of "wire" with filtering and regeneration ability, pray tell how this is accomplished. I have been in electronics far to long to believe that a small piece of metal no matter how "precious" can accomplish this.  If this is in fact true then ohm's law needs to be rewritten and the "new" electron flow needs to be taught through out the industry and education system. Now wouldn't it make sense for all manufacturers to incorporate this "new" technology in all the new equipment and eliminate all the extraneous circuits to improve the signal and save all that money? Do a double blind test with several people and see how many can pick out the "new" fuse.
  12. frederick-rea
    No I don't think so. That is a matter of .... you know
    It's the old song that if your ears don't listen, science will prove. But for me it was a wast money 
  13. JazzVinyl

    LOL, Right On!!!

  14. mordy
    If the expensive fuse won't correct your problems, do I have something for you:
    On a more serious note, what would it say on a 120V fuse for the Elise?
  15. hypnos1
    Of course you're right cf...no way is that piece of wire going to improve on what's gone before it. What does have me wondering, however, is...will a cheap nasty bit of fuse wire worsen things further lol?! - hence the possible viability, in certain cases, of a fuse with better quality wire?...Just a thought...[​IMG] [​IMG]...would appreciate your own views on this..[​IMG]...CHEERS!
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