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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    Yes...that's it. Additional notes;

    - use Google Chrome, it will help translate the other parts of the site
    - they often get involved in build & test work and this can influence email response time since it's basically one many doing the most critical portions of the work
    - these email addresses work;
    hasegawa@cybershaft.jp
    cybershaft777@yahoo.co.jp
    *The Inquiry Form at the link above works too but I've always followed it up with an email just in case.

    Right now there are lower to mid-price new units offered in the more accessible cost categories. I"m told there may be news soon of new models and high-end OCXO grades.
    Thanks, Mark.

    I didn't see any lower-spec models available, are they on a web page at the link provided?

    Thanks,
    Stephen

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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    I'm really wondering what a clock like CyberShaft will do to etherREGEN?

    Anyone know a price range?
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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by UltraFast69 View Post
    I'm really wondering what a clock like CyberShaft will do to etherREGEN?

    Anyone know a price range?
    Depends on the specific Cybershaft clock.

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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    It will take some thought before purchasing a Shunyata Clock Cable that could easily cost more then this switch.

    Mark, What specs would you look at to make an educated guess on whether an external clock would be better than the internal clock in the EtherReGen?
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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by crwilli View Post
    It will take some thought before purchasing a Shunyata Clock Cable that could easily cost more then this switch.

    Mark, What specs would you look at to make an educated guess on whether an external clock would be better than the internal clock in the EtherReGen?
    Good question!

    Here is where I also start to get confused; a clock before a clock, more refinement or is one by passed?


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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by UltraFast69 View Post
    Good question!

    Here is where I also start to get confused; a clock before a clock, more refinement or is one by passed?


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    A clock before a clock, in series, could provide real benefits as it will reduce clock phase noise. Best would be to have a clock with multiple outputs that could connect to ER and a network bridge.

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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by crwilli View Post
    It will take some thought before purchasing a Shunyata Clock Cable that could easily cost more then this switch.

    Mark, What specs would you look at to make an educated guess on whether an external clock would be better than the internal clock in the EtherReGen?
    Yeah...

    I'd probably initially go with a Ghent Audio JSSG cable until I could spring for an Alpha.

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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Yeah...

    I'd probably initially go with a Ghent Audio JSSG cable until I could spring for an Alpha.
    I have a Ghent Audio JSSG DC umbilical and while nothing to do with a clock cable and I am very happy with Ghent's overall quality and build. They make fine cables.

    The Shunyata Alpha's and Sigmas are on a whole other playing field however.
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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by Puma Cat View Post
    Thanks, Mark.

    I didn't see any lower-spec models available, are they on a web page at the link provided?

    Thanks,
    Stephen
    On the home page (using Google Chrome for translation) the new models Platinum2, Soul2 and Espirit are listed on the left hand side. Click on those.

    If I heard correctly there may also be some new product introduction very soon but watch the website for anything new that is offered.
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    Re: Cybershaft 10Mhz Master Clocks available (now with 50-ohm and 75-Ohm output

    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    I have a Ghent Audio JSSG DC umbilical and while nothing to do with a clock cable and I am very happy with Ghent's overall quality and build. They make fine cables.

    The Shunyata Alpha's and Sigmas are on a whole other playing field however.
    I am sure they are. However, I'm on a fixed cash flow and have to manage my discretionary spend; my next priority for cables are 2 more pair of Venom ICs so I can replace the AQ Colorado and Columbia.

 

 
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