Probably the wrong thread for this, but I'd like to express appreciation to @MuppetFace especially for cutting through all the noise during my...
Thanks for the above since I'm curious about the Hive as well.
I just realized that ES Lab is in my time zone, so I enquired about driving...
Thanks for the above impressions.
Do these need a lot of power to sound good? I'm wondering if these would be good enough with a 353 if one...
I didn’t need to see this
Am I seeing correctly a switch for speakers or headphones?
Oh yes! I thought it went without saying! It was a heavy gauge with sleeves (custom request) to XLR. Mat, you were cool to deal with on this...
First thing I did was replace the original with a copper one from @Forza AudioWorks
No such luck. I was young, and CDs were the future. I did keep a few albums that I couldn't bring myself to sell, but I doubt these are as good as...
I appreciate the warning. A friend has been urging me to go vinyl--something I gave up back in the 90's after moving.
What I would like to know...
Exactly my thought on pairing it with SE amps.
Yeah, thanks, I thought so.
Just putting it out there in case someone (ahem) gets curious.
A question on using balance on this.
The XLRs are only for "balance" right?
I mean, you shouldn't put an RCA adapter on it to use the better...
@iFi audio thanks
I think at the moment posting from the origin may be a bigger problem. I hope @Zampotech is alright.
Bullschiit! indeed, especially in these times.
I wish everyone good health.
Whoa, this is heavy.
Gonna give upsampling a try.
@Michael Kelly would you consider some vents on the plexi panels? The Pi 4 runs a bit warm.
Makes sense for the 75R BNC
I thought the AES/EBU standard is 110 ohm?
That's quick. It'll sound better when given some more time.
Did you end up paying a lot on duties?
I think that’s the metal wire (not really a dish) that holds the original pad in place.
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