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Old 13th April 2012, 07:12 PM   #3641
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The ncore is supposed to be the best amplifier in the world, even better than linear amps. And all you say is superb clarity. Is that all? Is it just marketing again?
Maybe this will help you then. Hypex NC400 amplifiers
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Old 13th April 2012, 07:13 PM   #3642
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Hi,

I would like to make my own balanced connections between the amp and my XLR inputs. I just wanted to verify that I have the right part.

This is the correct Molex connector, correct?
CONN RECEPT 4POS 3MM VERT DUAL - 43025-0400

What I don't know is, what Crimp Terminal do I want to use?
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You have the right cable connection block. Regarding the crimp terminals you want to pick one that is supplied as a bag (normally 100) rather than a reel. You then need to pick one to suit your cable thickness. Then just click on the various options that fit these criteria to check they fit the housing.

I have details of those needed to make your own power cable and if you are making shorter (or longer) cables between NC400 and SMPS600.
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Old 13th April 2012, 09:54 PM   #3643
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Thanks for the link jtwrace. Very nice to hear what others are saying about the finished product!

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Old 13th April 2012, 11:31 PM   #3644
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The ncore is supposed to be the best amplifier in the world, even better than linear amps. And all you say is superb clarity. Is that all? Is it just marketing again?
What do you expect?
- fireworks?
- eternal riches?
- early retirement?
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Old 14th April 2012, 10:12 AM   #3645
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The ncore is supposed to be the best amplifier in the world, even better than linear amps. And all you say is superb clarity. Is that all? Is it just marketing again?
First of all I'm not a writer to describe my listening experience in much detail with all kind of fancy words. And your remark reminded me of a comment Hypex made on the NCore in one of their White papers:
Reviewers, prepare yourselves: Ncore continues
along the path set out by UcD and the step forward
is quite big. If you want to wax lyrically about all
the different sonic colours and textures amplifiers
can add to the listening experience, thereís not
much to say. If you want to forget completely that
youíre listening to an amplifier, how itís made and
how it works and instead you just want to get
sucked into the music, this amp is for you.

And that is exactly what it does..
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Old 14th April 2012, 10:26 AM   #3646
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The ncore is supposed to be the best amplifier in the world, even better than linear amps. And all you say is superb clarity. Is that all?
How about "Smooth, creamy and sublime, with a lovely, long dry finish. Great with spicy food."?
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Old 14th April 2012, 11:38 AM   #3647
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How about "Smooth, creamy and sublime, with a lovely, long dry finish. Great with spicy food."?
good with fish?
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Old 14th April 2012, 12:08 PM   #3648
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Old 14th April 2012, 12:17 PM   #3649
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good with fish?
Depends. Are we talking about the former lead singer of Marillion, or the north american band that spells it with "ph", or perhaps the drummer of Marilyn Manson? Anyway, I am pretty sure the answer is "Yes". Speaking of... Isn't Chris Squire's nickname "Fish" too?
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Old 14th April 2012, 03:02 PM   #3650
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Hey guys, ever since I fixed my DC problem and have been spending more time listening i've noticed another problem (probably not ncore related). It seems like I have a lot of static noise on my tweeters. It is fairly audible and changes depending how much volume I have set on the pre. It is also there when no music is playing. Any recommendations?

I'm just a bit surprised because it has been mentioned here that the ncores and very "black" and quiet and the same thing has been said for my mytek dac, many people comment on how their is absolutely no noise other then music, lots of reference to stuff like deep/black/etc, so i'm kind of stumped with this static?
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