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    What signal are you feeding it?

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    Yes, apparently same wood? I'm partial to a bit of foo here and there.
    I'm running DSD via my laptop through regen. Plus BNC through from CD player


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    Quote Originally Posted by vegman1973 View Post
    Yes, apparently same wood? I'm partial to a bit of foo here and there.
    I'm running DSD via my laptop through regen. Plus BNC through from CD player


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    Got the chance to listen to GG2 last Sunday. Sporting a pair of EML limited edition 45ís very very nice. Sounded great as well



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    Quote Originally Posted by vegman1973 View Post

    Got the chance to listen to GG2 last Sunday. Sporting a pair of EML limited edition 45ís very very nice. Sounded great as well



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    Also new Lampizator Pacific what a piece of kit that beast is. 30kg solid brass outer shell.



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    Hi Vegman, you should upgrade your recti to KR Lampi 5u4g recti, and for triodes use either of KR PX25 or the special edition of Lampi 45s from EML.

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    Or maybe the Ricardo Kron 300B in that there Pacific. I would have gone to Harrogate but it was just too far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonzo View Post
    Hi Vegman, you should upgrade your recti to KR Lampi 5u4g recti, and for triodes use either of KR PX25 or the special edition of Lampi 45s from EML.
    Iíve just bought the PX4ís Ked. I also have 242ís and nos 45ís. Iíd love a pair of limited edition 45ís but nobodyís selling those bad boys. As for Rectifier I have a few nos ones


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Or maybe the Ricardo Kron 300B in that there Pacific. I would have gone to Harrogate but it was just too far.
    I preferred the sound of the GG2 with limited edition 45ís. Think the Pacific will be better when you can tune roll


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    Quote Originally Posted by vegman1973 View Post
    I preferred the sound of the GG2 with limited edition 45ís. Think the Pacific will be better when you can tune roll


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    Quote Originally Posted by vegman1973 View Post
    I preferred the sound of the GG2 with limited edition 45’s. Think the Pacific will be better when you can tune roll


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    Maybe you just didn't like the KR RK 300B, then. Those (Ked's) EML Ltd Ed. 45s sound good my B7, but I didn't like the EML solid plate 45 much at all.

    I suspect a GG2 will out perform a Pacific if you don't like the valves in the Pacific, or vice versa.

    Which is your fave valve, Scott?

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