Good call. We must have read the same powermeter tests.Vladimir said:Last year I had frequent issues with electrical failures around the house since I live in a rural area. So I did a lot of research and consulted and hired electricians about solving things. In the process I learned a thing or two about fuses, digital multimeters and RCDs.
The fuses mentioned in this thread are all a major POS I would not trust a human life and equipment on their reliability, regardless how they painted and packaged them. If you want better fuses, you buy Cooper-Bussmann and SIBA HRC (High Rupturing Capacity) ceramic fuses. Any ignorant cottage business can call China and order POS fuses with custom paint for pennies per boatload. If you think those hi-fi shack operations have the facilities to produce anything on their own or afford the volume to order custom made fuses based on new R&D from reputable manufacturers, you are completely wrong.
The fuses inside the NAD amp are cheap POS glass fuses of the worst kind. If you want to upgrade them for safety reasons or whatever reasons, you buy reputable brands that professionals trust their lives with everyday.
You can get (BS certified) silvered 'for audio' ceramic Bussmann fuses in multi packs for not much money.
Probably a good 'upgrade'.
I may just order some today.
I will then 'Bernhardinerbiggerthanwhatever' tell whether they 'work' or not.
See, thats the kind of guy I am. Putting my own safety and fortune on the line for the greater good.