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Hagerman Burn-In Generators

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dBe:

--- Quote from: rollo on March 03, 2020, 09:12:22 AM ---   Seems expensive.

charles

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Ya think!

Here is the one I built.  It has a 15W chip amp inside and fixed resistances for each outlet:  90 ohms for USB (with a 2.4V zener limiter); 8 ohms for speaker cables 600 ohms for XLR ; 5K for RCA.  I daisy chain the cables and use shunt plugs on the ends of the target cables.  CD input is on the back.

rollo:
  Nice Dave.

charles

Nick B:

--- Quote from: rollo on March 03, 2020, 09:12:22 AM ---   Seems expensive.

charles

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Agreed on that. It does have a lot of connections, so might be useful for some and for those (like me) who donít know how to build these devices. I expect the Hagermans to work very well.

dBe:

--- Quote from: rollo on March 03, 2020, 11:00:53 AM ---  Nice Dave.

charles

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Thanks, Charles.  It made sense at the time and only cost about $50.00 to build...

Nick B:
I received the Hagermanís yesterday with various adapters and a teeny power supply. Seems like good value for the money. Hooked up one of the new, budget friendly power cords I received today. Burn in per the manual is 2-3 days, so Iíll let it cook for 3. Will burn in a couple of the old ICs that I have, even though I may get new ones soon. Apparently I can also use to burn in equipment. My upgraded Border Patrol SE dac
(with new Jupiter caps) should be here Friday.
It should sound a bit better than Tidal and Qobuz on my iPad  :lol:

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