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    Default Ok, need advice once again

    The other item i have my eye on beside the yammy cr 1000 is a hafler dh 200 for 200 dollars that has had these upgrades by original owner.

    Keep in mind i know very little about these things, so i guess im asking if something glaring still should be done or inferior parts were used, here goes.

    1 Higher capacity power switch

    2 Added inrush current limiter

    3 Upgraded Main filter caps with better quality and higher capacity.

    4 All electrolytics w. Nichicon and Panasonics

    5 Mylar caps to the electrolytics in signal path

    6 rca jacks w. gold plated

    7 Heavier grounding strap between filter caps

    8 Driver board transistors w. matched set to bring DC offset to 0

    If any judgement can be made from this info, please share, obviously, the quality of soldering, etc. cant be known right now, but whatever you can share would be app.
    Last edited by scottyboy76; 06-06-2013 at 05:22 PM.
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