L10/M10 ready in june

rsorren1

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I hope they can provide different length of power umbilical cords. They look quite long. If one wants to place side by side or on top of each other, one does not need such long length.
adyc, thanks for the question. Yes, you can specify a length for the umbilical cords when you order. The standard lengths we offer are:

L10: 1.2 meter (4 feet)
M10: 1.5 meter (5 feet)

In addition, you can choose one of the following custom lengths at no extra cost:

2 meters (6.5 feet), 3 meters (10 feet), 4 meters (13 feet)
 
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Elliot G.

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Al the early reports I have heard are raves. I wont have the opportunity to hear them for a couple of months but I truly excited. The special connection between the two pieces when used together eliminates a circuit and is 6 db quieter all by itself. That alone is amazing let alone the components are going to be a large step forward. My expectations and curiosity are heightened and my patience not so much LOL
 
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I asked for P1 and they will produce for end 2022,this is the plan
for C1 i dont know
 

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From what I understand, CH Precision is working very hard to get production going for the 10 series. 2021 will be focused on just doing the L-10 and M-10 hand made and delivered to all our customers as well as keeping the 1 series production going
...May their engineers be blessed to create amazing products to add other 10 series products to the mix.
CH Precision 10 series is sensational. Every single 1 series customer is upgrading. WOW ! Come visit our showroom but bring your checkbook...LOL We will show the Mono Blocks in January.
Currently showing with Vivid Spirit 1 and soon with Stenheim Reference Ultime Actives.
Call us to make appointments.... www.sunnyaudiovideo.com 626-966-6259
Here's a good preliminary report from our good friend Roy
http://www.theaudiobeat.com/visits/ch_precision_l10_m10.htm
 

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My source of CH intelligence also told me that during 2021 they have to work hard to fullfill the L10/M10 pre-orders and coming new orders.

The next 10 Series component may be a P10.

For C10 they don't have much plan/idea yet.
 
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If the MSRP of 10-series is double the 1-series, I can understand the marketing appeal to bring out L10, M10, and P10. But it's hard to justify a 70g C10 in my view.
 

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If the MSRP of 10-series is double the 1-series, I can understand the marketing appeal to bring out L10, M10, and P10. But it's hard to justify a 70g C10 in my view.
Surely the 6 box C1 is already over 70g?
 

zbub

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Surely the 6 box C1 is already over 70g?
Or a 5-box C10 (with T1) that’ll be 165g...
I guess sky’s the limit... I just think there’s a much bigger market for L/M/P 10 than C10 that’s all.
 

howiebrou

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Or a 5-box C10 (with T1) that’ll be 165g...
I guess sky’s the limit... I just think there’s a much bigger market for L/M/P 10 than C10 that’s all.
I agree. A P10 would be great but I imagine to get the best out of it, it would be minimum 4 boxes again just like the P1.
 

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If the MSRP of 10-series is double the 1-series, I can understand the marketing appeal to bring out L10, M10, and P10. But it's hard to justify a 70g C10 in my view.
The C1 Mono is already double the price of the C1 :rolleyes:

Instead of a C10 it would be nice to get another major upgrade for the C1/D1 like the DIG IN/OUT HD board upgrade from 2018.
 

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The C1 Mono is already double the price of the C1 :rolleyes:

Instead of a C10 it would be nice to get another major upgrade for the C1/D1 like the DIG IN/OUT HD board upgrade from 2018.
Personally I would LOVE to see an upgrade to the pair of DAC/output boards. I'll jump on that in a heartbeat.
 

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If the MSRP of 10-series is double the 1-series, I can understand the marketing appeal to bring out L10, M10, and P10. But it's hard to justify a 70g C10 in my view.
But it would be something if the C10 comes like the L10 in two boxes with an included power supply and then betters the 5 box C1 Mono (with two X1), which is around over 90g.
 

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There are some nice L10/M10 pictures from a korean store, who already got them in their showroom, even with a little bit of unboxing:

I'm just wondering that such precious and heavy amps just come in cardboard and not in wooden boxes.

If somebody wants to change the fuses, there's a detailed picture of the back of the M10 power supply:
1 fuse for Standby:
T250mA for 230V
T500mA for 115V and 100V

1 fuse for Audio (for whatever use that is?):
T1,6A for 230V
T3,15A for 115V and 100V

2 fuses for High Power (one for each channel):
T10A for 230V
T20A for 115V and 100V

It's pretty clear that the Standby and the Audio fuses are the small version. But does anybody know if the High Power fuses are the larger models?

Fuses for L10:
1 fuse for Standby:
T250mA for 230V
T500mA for 115V and 100V

1 Main Fuse:
T2,5A for 230V
T5A for 115V and 100V
 
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There's a a promo with the Synergistic Orange fuses until the end of January (take 3, pay for 2).
Does anybody know if the High Power T10A fuses in the M10 are the smaller 5x20mm or the bigger 6,3x32mm versions?
 

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Has anyone taken delivery of an L10 or M10 yet?
 

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