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RudeWolf last won the day on July 30 2013

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About RudeWolf

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  • Location
    Riga, Latvia
  • Interests
    Ethics, philosophy of science, music, communication, landscape photography.
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    Marketing manager
  • Hobbies
    Photography, mountain biking, deliberate music listening.
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    Oppo PM-3, Neumann NDH 20, Sony WH1000-XM3
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    KG CFA3, ECP Torpedo 3
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    RME ADI-2 Pro AE, Schiit Yggdrasil A2
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    Big ass speakers

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  1. If you overdo it, you'd need a softstart circuit. Otherwise you're torturing the ON/OFF switch with inrush currents.
  2. Looks like an Elegia rebadge.
  3. Thirdereded. It's free and you can access your stuff from everywhere. And it's not AutoCAD which is purpose made to suck.
  4. If you know what you're doing, then any 1:2/2:1 trafo will do the trick. Just need to keep in mind the HF and current rating.
  5. I wanted to get the DSP equipped OKTO DAC8. Sadly, miniDSP discontinued the input board, so I was SOL.
  6. Which Gungnir was it? The multibit one or DS? Also keep in mind that you'd need to use BAL outs to really make it sing. SE uses a summation circuit which takes away some magic.
  7. I think that messing with vintage was worth it when DS dacs were still super nasty. Vintage multibit would get you much better timbre, but it's not the last word in a lot of technicalities. Not to mention that you'd need to dick around with USB->SPDIF converters.
  8. I agree. Lately there have been many relatively affordable options for multibit. Denafrips or Soekris for R2R or maybe Schiit Bifrost 2. All of them are very solid.
  9. That sensitivity breaks the law of energy conversion by orders of magnitude. Providing it with any kind of power would murder the universe.
  10. Can Roon do VST? If so, then plonk the plug-in there. If not, then maybe try out Systemwide.
  11. Putting non-coax speakers on their sides is a sure way how to fuxxor up the sweetspot. Put them upside down if you need to get the tweeter lower.
  12. I'm pretty sure he's using Sonarworks calibration with them. He used to be a client of mine.
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