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    What effect does it have on analog Steve? I must admit that I have been very curious about this unit for at least a couple of years. Not to mention that they look really cool! I had a 2a3 amp built that used mercury rectifiers. To this day I regret selling it. I was made an offer I couldn't but should have refused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JackD201 View Post
    What effect does it have on analog Steve? I must admit that I have been very curious about this unit for at least a couple of years. Not to mention that they look really cool! I had a 2a3 amp built that used mercury rectifiers. To this day I regret selling it. I was made an offer I couldn't but should have refused.
    Have not tried it, but I'll bet its just as good or better than using on digital. Digital is the hardest to improve.

    Steve N.

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    More here from almost 4 years ago:

    https://www.computeraudiophile.com/f...g-new-product/
    "People hear what they see." - Doris Day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Hills View Post
    It's an orgasmatron for old farts.

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    Now I remember, that 4 years ago, I posted this:

    A 'thyratron' is just a Silicon Controlled Rectifier that light's up a pretty color. Remember those old light dimmer's that made noise in your hi-fi?
    Kevin

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