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Old 15th September 2003, 06:49 AM   #1
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Default "tubing" the CD6000/ose

hai guys ............
have anyone tubed your marantz CD6000 OSE ?
Well as it is widely known not much can be done on the AF part of the CDP since its discrete and no op-amp.
I came across the Heart CDP which has the tubed output stage
and heard its sound great.Does it ??

A local DIY shop is ready to mod the CDP but before that I would like to know bout these "tubing" game.....
or is ther any schematics for DIY ??

what topologies to use....ther is SET and SEPP rite??
What is SRPP then ??

What I would like to have is good imaging,transperency and dynamics....

suggestion guys ??
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