zap filter and Denon 2900
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I have a Denon 2900 modded by sacdmods. It seems that if I haven't used the player for an extended period of time, the player doesn't sound as open and/or there is some excess midbass. (The rest of my system is on 24/7.)

Could this be a function the the zap filter having to re burn-in, or is it my imagination (or neither)?
 
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It sounds like some electrical component in there changing how it works as it warms up. That's mighty funky. It shouldn't be like that.

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Originally Posted by raingrover
I have a Denon 2900 modded by sacdmods. It seems that if I haven't used the player for an extended period of time, the player doesn't sound as open and/or there is some excess midbass. (The rest of my system is on 24/7.)

Could this be a function the the zap filter having to re burn-in, or is it my imagination (or neither)?



Might be. Do you turn it off completely or do you use standby?
 
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