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Old 11th February 2010, 11:13 AM   #1
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Default dual ISOMAGIC - how is it possible

After reading all threads about Isomagic "magic" I found and bought Iso+Discmagic combo to replace my CD4SE+Dacmagic2i. I am very impressed after just few hours of listening. It is hard to belive my ears. Microscope is good comparision. Or good binoculars. Unbelivable details and focused sources.
After a while I remembered what JohnW wrote on 5th January 2004:
"I know some HARD Hi-Fi enthusiasts - and I mean HARD - I can only spend half a day with them before I need a real swift JD & Coke, they use modified Isomagics (2 boards connected together to make separate L & R units) and have found nothing that betters them - even today"
I am very curious how to do it - connect two Isomagic boards. Any details from forum members? May be Mr John Westlake himself would write some directions?
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