Be aware that with a title like this, we may eventually get people are are so negative on fuses that this thread turns into a flame war. That being said, it is difficult to answer your question. In general, I think the Furutech rhodium fuses are the absolute best to put into an analog device. However, I have seen instances where Hi-Fi Tuning Supreme works better. You can try Furutech first if you want. The sound is almost always very good and smooth, however sometimes the Furutech can sound too slow. In that case, the Hi-Fi Tuning Supreme will sound better with more resolution and attack. Lastly, I recommend Isoclean fuses if the equipment is too bright/harsh because the gold-plated end caps and wire on the Isoclean will warm things up.
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A Absolute Dream Power Cord can transform your $1k system to $10K!!!That's your claim perhaps, but not the one being made in the link you provided.
Yep! A Absolute Dream Power Cord can transform your $1k system to $10K!!! ... Do the math, It should be $11k!!!That's your claim, perhaps, but not one made in the link you provided.
Your speakers are approximately less than 85 dB / 1 W / 1 Metre and 6 ohm stable. Which means they need lot more power than a 92 or 96 dB 8 ohm speakers.
Despite what you think you are hearing get a 200 Watt 2 channel amp that is stable till 4 ohm , you can get one used for $500 or less. Think Parasound etc.
Far less hassle regards to worrying about fuse etc. Far better sound you might be pleasantly surprised.
imhififan11-07-2018 12:55amYou are right! I'm absolutely dreaming, Time to wake up and smell the coffee! ☕️Yep! A Absolute Dream Power Cord can transform your $1k system to $10K!!! ... Do the math, It should be $11k!!!That's your claim, perhaps, but not one made in the link you provided.