|I have been playing with the LessLoss PC for about a week. It is everything as advertised: darker background, more dynamic and details, nice tonal balance, etc. I am very pleased with it. I agree with all the reviewers too and have one more data point to add.|
I've found LessLoss PC improves much more on my stock Transporter than my highly modified ModWright Denon 3910 player. The improvement on my stock Transporter is very impressive. However, on the ModWright Denon player, the improvement is there but subtle.
On the stock Transporter, I have used the following PCs:
1. Shunyata Diamondback: it seems to emphasize the mid range and has slight roll-off in the highs.
2. JPS GPA2: it is more uniform than Shunyata but less refined.
3. Acoustic Zen El Nino: it sounds slow and loses a lot of details.
Personally, I played violin, guitar, and trumpet when I was younger. Professionally, I am an eletrical engineer with BS, MS, and Ph.D. degress in EE.
Conclusion: LessLoss PC is a keeper. Thanks Liudas for a good product!
ModWright Universal Truth Mod Denon 3910 player with external tube power supply and Bybee AC treatment, tubes are Bendix 6900s and Mullard Blackburn 5AR4
BAT VK-3iX with Superpak and Sixpak upgrades
Counterpoint NP100 hybrid power amp with Basic Gold Package and Bybee AC treatment, and voiced to SET amp sonics (i.e. with sharp edges removed!)
JAS Audio Orsus loudspeakers
Velodyne SPL-1500R sealed subwoofer using high level input and 40Hz 3dB freq.
Shunyata Guardian PLC
Shunyata, JPS, Acoustic Zen