anyone tempted cd63 DP?

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    Lt Cdr Data om

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    anyone tempted to upgrade their ki sig to the David Price edition?

    looks interesting.

    basically the same add on package ishiwata san does: xtra copper, power supply caps, fuse value OMG!!, and analogue caps.

    I would sure like to know what he does though.

    Interesting there is no mention of regulator, or more so, op amp changes, the njm2114D for the filter is quite cheap, I bet a good burr brown or AD may improve things.
     
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    I read on Audio Assylum that changing the glass fuses to ceramic ones can improve the sound. Dont know how but everyone seems to swear by it, and it doesnt cost much to do so...
     
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    i can't believe that so few people have responded to this. with the cd63 mk11 ki having been such a workhorse of the begining to sound decent cd world. i for one was very intrigued. even considered picking up one off ebay in case the funds became available.
     
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    I never liked the Marantz sound. Rotel was more my cup of tea.
     
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