Well stated, direct and to the point!
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As a person who makes their living doing repairs and modifications to electronic components, i think that Thahn387 brings up a good point. Before having ANYTHING modified, get the specifics as to exactly what is covered under the warranty PRIOR to having any work done. Is the modifier going to pick up the entire warranty on the unit for a stated period of time or are they only going to assume responsibility for the parts / labor that they put into the unit itself ? This is NOT meant to single out Mr Kern or any other modifier, but to help prevent what could turn into a HELLUVA headache for the modifier and the consumer having work done due to a lack of initial communications on the subject. Sean
Here is for anyone buying a MODE CD player.
1/you guy spent 3000 dollars to try making it better than the stock CDP.Yes it will better but hopping to beat let say Accuphase,Oracle,audio MK2,sim. please my friends we
live on Earth not on Moon.
2/you guy just swapped some CAPs and RESISTERs and want your CDP go to the next level,yes it is,it will over the stock CDP but you guy want it to become the other CDP or beat the other CDP.Please my friend we live on Earth not on Moon.
3/money wise my friend