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Old 14th June 2006, 11:28 AM   #1
Puffin is offline Puffin  United Kingdom
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Default Class D - Distortion

I am using an Audiodigit.Autocostruire 2020 amp. I am hearing distortion on certain CD tracks that I have not heard before. It does not seem to be overall distortion caused by the amplifier as only parts of the music distort e.g rock guitar. I am also hearing a lot of hiss on recordings I have not heard before. Is this simply the clarity of the amp ? Has anyone else experienced this ?
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