Try flipping the existing fuse around. That might help.
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I think the cardas clear IC and Sc is the cause of the problem, although it is a nice sounding cable, it lack the slam in the bass and tight mid bass , try a pair of hi fidelity ct1 IC and you will find what you miss.
I found that changing fuse can improve sound but cannot change the character of the sound.
Thank you so much for Geoffkait and Noom.
I will try flipping fuse around and maybe will try nice fuse (under 100 USD$ fuse).
But about cable. I've never heard "hi fidelity ct1" but I will find a chance to listen and demo it. Not sure that I can find it in thailand or not. Otherwise, will try transparent / siltech / nordost.
Best to you all :>
Toa 3k ,you can try flipping fuse to see how it improve your system,
I used to have the same problem while using cardas clear which I still own,
When I try hi fidelity ct1 ,the sound improve dramatically, especially in the slam and fast tight bass which is lacking in cardas clear.
I also reside in BKK and bought this cable from nik studio, just go listen to this cable , i think with your nice system ,you will find huge improvement .