Responses from clio09

Resonessence Labs: Still in business?
If it were me I would stay away. I was reading on another site they are apparently gone. One of the former employees is supposedly setting up a support hub but I don't think it's up and running yet. 
Ultrasonic: should I do it?
I bought the Degritter about a year ago. I'm not looking back. It's easy to use and has done a very nice job cleaning my vinyl. In addition to new units they sometimes have B-stock available for a discount off MSRP which is what I bought. 
Technics Compact Linear Trackers, SL-__; SL-Q____ Vertical SL-V5. ADVICE PLEASE
I purchased an SL-10 about 6 months ago. Have been very pleased and it gets used everyday now. I suppose most wouldn't consider it audiophile grade, whatever that means, but quite frankly it is better than I ever expected it to be. While it has a ... 
How does adding a second subwoofer improve your systems SQ?
After watching the video posted by @audiokinesis I have to say this mirrors my findings. I have gone down the road with numerous acoustic panels, bass traps, and diffusers. I would say the best I tried were from a long defunct company called Eight... 
Albert Von Schweikert Has Passed Away
I used to run into him at some of the LA/Orange County Audio Society events. Always a pleasure to speak to and immensely knowledgeable about speaker designs. RIP Albert. 
Tekton Design Moab
There is a lot that goes into it. Roger Modjeski always felt his amps benefited from light loading, using a lower tap on the amp than the rated speaker impedance. Less distortion, more damping, less stress on the tubes and the amp overall. When it... 
Are Music Reference amps still available new?
@joeinid we did not receive the email. Also, did not see it in the spam folder. The email can be found here: you sent an email using the Music Reference email address it won't be received. 
Are Music Reference amps still available new?
Roger left the business to a few folks including myself. He left us a wealth of intellectual property and projects. We have plans to carry on his legacy. Given the times we are in right now things are moving slower than we would like. Tubes are st... 
The Mhdt lab Balanced Pagoda DAC
In this comparison, if you run in/out balanced with the BP DAC it offers better overall dynamics, deeper more controlled bass extension, and is quieter with more air around players in its sound-stage. I would be very interested why you feel this... 
Subwoofer Question
Virtually anyone with fairly extensive experience utilizing more than 1 sub in their room and system, will agree that 2 subs perform twice as well as a single sub and 4 subs perform about twice as well as a pair of subs. ┬áLOL. This one's a clas... 
Good Streamer with WiFi Connectivity
If you want to go with Auralic but save some cash this is a good option: 
Good Streamer with WiFi Connectivity
Never had an issue with wireless. No drop out, no noise. I still use an Auralic Aries LE for this very reason. 
Blue Hawaii tube amp
Read the review by David Robinson in Positive Feedback. He substituted the stick tubes with Siemens EL34.  
@bdp24, the Futterman H3 which Roger referenced for his last OTL project used an incredible amount of feedback, but even more interesting were the large number of 1" ferrite beads inside the amp that Julius omitted from the schematic.I wish Roger ... 
@tomic601 the idea of the feedback switch on the RM-9 was not about adjustable feedback, it was about adjustable gain (Nelson Pass talks about the feedback/gain relationship in the article as well), which is why it is referenced as a gain switch. ...