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Does a voltage converter degrade sound quaity?


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Pretty general question.... want a general answer?

It depends. :D

I have one pretty nice "regulated" voltage converter and I cannot measure any difference when I use it.

I also have a POS converter that adds a fair amount of measurable noise.

In most cases it is much easier to re-wire the primary's in the amp/source.

(assuming of course that is even possible)

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Pretty general question.... want a general answer?

It depends. :D

I have one pretty nice "regulated" voltage converter and I cannot measure any difference when I use it.

I also have a POS converter that adds a fair amount of measurable noise.

In most cases it is much easier to re-wire the primary's in the amp/source.

(assuming of course that is even possible)

ok I see. Its probably going to be a POS $5 step up converting thing. BTW, how much was your "regulated" one?

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