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RCruz RCruz is offline

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  • About RCruz
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    Engineer
    Location
    Wallis
    Interests
    High End - Photography
    Country
    Switzerland
    Real Name
    Ricardo Cruz
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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 08:55 PM
  • Join Date: 8th September 2006

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Posted 18th September 2009 at 09:05 PM by RCruz Comments 0
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The offending zener was replaced and now there is no more "woosh"... both channels sound the same with a very low ripple at full volume...

It seems this component is critical for the "transparency" of the shunt.

With two shunts, I notice a much better transient response and wider soundstage (I believe this is due to the better separation provided by the dual mono setup)

I believe a glass low noise zener with a big Ruby ZLH would make a big difference.

Ricardo
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