Yeah, the circling lights is quite a show!
@marc777 Which QSA fuse do you have in your Wizard? I have the blue at the moment but have contemplated trying an SR purple or QSA violet.
I have a QSA violet in everything else and it’s been a nice addition to each component I’ve put it in.
t_ramey, i have one of Bill's new Symphony Pros and a Sorcer x2, besides 2 of the qx-4s,a Qv2 and a QK1that Bill designed for Nordost. In another post i mistakenly called the Symphony Pro i have a Wizard. Since my stereo has only 1 fuse and that is in the Sorcer i got a Red/Black from Mike at 30% off on one he had returned to him. I know how Gollum felt with his precious!
I looked back and saw where Bill had answered an email to me about the cover,it will follow for anyone interested, marc
The plastic cover will allow additional transparency and air to the high frequencies to the resonance process.
This is primarily in regard to the internal antenna coils and effective field propagation into the environment.
No, the dark color has only aesthetic significance.
Yes, Mike has shared this and his very favorable observations with the QSA fuses.
From: Marc Brown <email@example.com>
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Hey Bill, Is there an advantage replacing metal cover with plastic one? Is there any reason it is dark instead of more clear, other than for looks? marc brown PS I mentioned to Mike at Tweek Geek had he tried a QSA fuse in his Sorcer? He then tried one and said it made the Sorcer multiple times better. I have one coming to see for myself.