Tristan

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About Tristan

  • Rank
    Lurker Extraordinaire
  • Birthday 15/05/1974

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  • Location
    Leeds
  • Real Name
    Slartibartfast

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  • Turn Table
    Had to sell it
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    See above :-(
  • Digital Source 1
    MacMini/Roon
  • Digital Source 2
    MacBook Pro/Roon
  • DAC
    Topping D70
  • Integrated Amp
    Primare i32
  • My Speakers
    Russell K Red 150
  • Headphones
    Nah
  • Trade Status
    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. What Colin said. eBay is your best bet.
  2. This. I've made many cables using these plugs. They work better with cable that has a woven screen (I use the Van Damma Silver Series Low Cap cable). Basically just fold the screen back and use the clamp to squeeze it against the body.
  3. Tristan

    Naim molestation...

    Yes, for me Very easy. A lot of the modern kit available is now mostly SMD (surface mount devices) and whilst I can happily work on them, it's very much a higher level of skill required (plus the tools). Lastly. Apologies for the delayed reply. I don't get on here that much these days :-)
  4. Tristan

    Naim molestation...

    Yes, bit of a mix and match though.
  5. Tristan

    Naim molestation...

    Not sure to be honest, but fairly certain the 202 has the same circuit, maybe with a different layout..
  6. If it has ferrite cores in the inductors (doubtful, I'd be expecting aircored at that price point) they may have pulled themselves off the board. It all depends on how everything is attached in there. If it's hot melt glued everywhere then you may have an issue with stuff breaking loose. I'd imagine that ATC are putting stuff together properly though. Highly unlikely that you'll crack any solder joints to be honest.
  7. Tristan

    Seen these?

    I should point out I worked for Audio Excellence 20 years ago. They were definitely under a grand. Dynaudio Contour 1.1 were about the same price.
  8. Tristan

    Seen these?

    They don't make em anymore, but when we had them at Audio Excellence they were £900 from memory.
  9. LPSU for the NUC and an Audioquest bug
  10. The 150 is a bit of a dog in my experience. You'd be better off with a Nap 90.3 (honestly) a 140 or a 180. If it has to be the new slimline range, then the 150X or XS is OK.
  11. Do you mean "rear"? Seen that quite a lot recently.
  12. They respond extremely well to "mods" too. I swapped out several capacitors in mine to great effect. Like this
  13. I'd agree with that. Had a Gyro for a (very) brief period. Looked AMAZING, sounded "meh".