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First of all, it takes 1-2 hours of turn on time for my system to snap into focus.
The difference between a 2 hour warm up and a 24/7 warmup was fairly significant. Otherwise I wouldn't do it.
The ModWright runs very cool so I don't think it's an issue at all.
Dan gave me his blessing, so that's good enough for me!
I agree,sonically,the amps I have experience with,definitely perform better when well warmed up. I have been home the last 3 days,and decided to leave my FirstWatt F5 on. I normally do not do this,but I wanted to verify the SQ with the amp left on. Mission complete. The sound is just so much more liquid,for lack of a better term.
Like I stated earlier,I normally don’t leave it on being it’s a class A amp,but it was an interesting test. I will be shutting it down when I turn in tonight.
Years ago,I had an Adcom GFA 555 II. That particular amp I left on 24/7, unless we were going on vacation. I never had any issues doing this.