By that logic, how could 3 feet* of high-end power cord compensate for a zillion miles** of grid and feet*** of 22 gauge hook up wire inside a hifi component?One issue with this theory. The OP listens to a digital stream that has been torn apart and stitched back together innumerable times. On the bench a properly designed and biased push pull amp will have sell distortion than a most single ended amps. Yet I still seem to prefer singled ended amps. I chalk it up to magic.
P for parallel or P for pentode ?Is SEP chopped liver?
Phase inverters don't split anythingI find it interesting that people don’t want to split the “signal“ with PushPull, but don’t mind splitting the “signal“ with a crossover??
Or, it could be the psychedelics you took in your youth.
Oh, so it seems that I must have told you about that 4-hour/20-mile backroads drive home from Ann Arbor. The autumn night when we had to take extreme care to not run over the millions of frogs that kept hopping out, onto, and then across the roads. Strangely enough, they were all headed south, we assumed for the winter. There was a strong wind blowing out of the north, but no connection between the frogs and that wind was made, at the time.
There’s the magic….. because, to my ears, they sound even better.
The best tube amp I have ever heard was a Shindo Cortese, a 10-watt SEP.Is SEP chopped liver?
No, but DHTs do make great music.Oh.
Have we talked about how darned linear power triodes are in the context of this thread?
This.A dht PP amp with interstage transformer for phase splitting and no feedback is my recipe.
To me it's the best of both with the midrange sweetness, great dynamics, and plenty of balls in the bass