They also clearly stated in the manual not to power the amp off a mains conditoner until they sold one... could be argued both waysBIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:It makes absolutely no sense to me at all. You love the amp, you wouldn't change it for another, yet you think changing some fuses will make it sound better? I'm lost for words.ellisdj said:Thats not how I feel at all - this amp is the best I have owned by far and its a great amp in my eyes. I love it, it would take a lot for me to part with it.
That doesnt mean it cant be improved, It doesnt mean it wouldnt sound better with better fuses in it, or better rca plugs etc. You dont know these things unless you try them or unless your Trev C of course.
Better = possibly preference only at this stage I would agree - but you get to that point with a system once you get to a point with it.
Why wouldn't the manufacturers put the best possible fuses into a £5000 amp that has a 20 year warranty?