I'd like to suggest testing the xkitz electronic crossovers they promise impressive noise and distortion measurements . these could be really good for the dryer if the measurements are accurateI like to get a gauge of what categories of products I should be testing more (electronics only). So please vote.
As usual, I won't necessarily listen to you all. But like to have the data anyway.
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yeah this would be interesting I've always understood transformers we're better but quite a few of the items tested on here seemed to have noise leaking from the transformer into the signal so maybe not as good as smps ?I would like to see testing of a few SMSPs in order to confirm or refute some myths about this type of power supply, e.g.
I don't know if SMPS can be tested externally to an amp. In case it seems to me that it would be interesting to swap one or more amplifiers' linear supplies for one or more SMPS and measure the resulting changes.
- SMPS are noisy
- SMPS can't accommodate musical peaks as well as linear supplies.
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Hafler DH-220We have enough DACs to choose from. I would be interested in power amplifiers, especially since we don't have a whole lot of them that are much better than 16bit. This kinda defeats the purpose of 20bit DACs, doesn't it?
Also, I'd love to see some vintage equipment - while the repeatability and the truthfullness of the measurements is questionable, I really want to know how devices at the end of the 80s would fare, because it was mass market prime for the industry (IMHO) and I feel quality declined in the 90s. I want to know how good the 80s monster amps really are. Especially since you can get them for somewhat reasonable prices.
Just to have some reference points. Amps that everybody knows.