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    Cybershaft Owners

    Quote Originally Posted by Toga View Post
    Oh this quote interesting. I am a K1X owner and on the process of ordering PS1. I pln to add clock one day. It might be G02X or MUTEC REF10-120SE.
    I don’t know how or where to buy a cybershaft.
    Now I borrowed MUTEC from dealer, Yes I can hear what it does.
    Never know that it makes bigger change than PS1.

    Toga
    Just Google Cybershaft Clock. They come out of Japan I believe.

    How are you enjoying the K1X?


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    Thanks. Oh that is direct sale only ?
    I enjoyed my K1X very much. I put CMS Center Stage 2 under it I heard a big change.
    I wanted to have PS1 since the beginning and now waiting for it. But between waiting I borrowed a clock, and
    Ohhh this is the first time that I can see I appreciate what a clock does. Long time ago, I tried Puccini clock with
    DCS Puccini, also G02X with K1, only now the K1X+MUTEC that I think I can hear what a good clock does.
    I plan to add PS1 first, until I saw you mention that a clock made more improvement, but that ‘s too late anyway
    As I have on a process for PS1 already. I hope something like OP21A is not using a rare item to make. But the easiest
    For me is the MUTEC as there is a dealer with clocks in stock. I should have had a chance to upgrade with PS1 and clock
    Together if my job didn’t get hit by Covid19, so as of now PS1 comes first.

    Toga

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toga View Post
    Thanks. Oh that is direct sale only ?
    I enjoyed my K1X very much. I put CMS Center Stage 2 under it I heard a big change.
    I wanted to have PS1 since the beginning and now waiting for it. But between waiting I borrowed a clock, and
    Ohhh this is the first time that I can see I appreciate what a clock does. Long time ago, I tried Puccini clock with
    DCS Puccini, also G02X with K1, only now the K1X+MUTEC that I think I can hear what a good clock does.
    I plan to add PS1 first, until I saw you mention that a clock made more improvement, but that ‘s too late anyway
    As I have on a process for PS1 already. I hope something like OP21A is not using a rare item to make. But the easiest
    For me is the MUTEC as there is a dealer with clocks in stock. I should have had a chance to upgrade with PS1 and clock
    Together if my job didn’t get hit by Covid19, so as of now PS1 comes first.

    Toga
    Yes,...as a Cybershaft customer I can tell you from all I've seen, it is direct sale only; this keeps price as low as possible as it is only Cybershaft cost plus modest profit
    to ensure they stay in business versus having to add many tens of percentage points for distributors, dealers, etc...

    There is only one exception I think I've heard of and that's a distributor for Hong Kong but I'm not 100% certain of that.

    For Japan in-country purchases (use Google Chrome and enable auto-translate;

    ?????

    For non-Japanese customers;

    For overseas(English)

    *I have helped several people determine what they might order and answer questions for someone serious. I'm a Cybershaft fan and customer; don't work for them in any capacity
    and simply sharing what I know about this fantastic boutique brand and helping as I am able to. If someone is interested, they can IM SCAudiophile here.
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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Thanks, I think It will be subjected to 20-30% of import duties.
    By the way, would you pls share how do you like Ps1 for K1X?
    Sorry others for a slightly veer off topic of Cybershaft.
    Toga

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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Quote Originally Posted by Toga View Post
    Thanks, I think It will be subjected to 20-30% of import duties.
    By the way, would you pls share how do you like Ps1 for K1X?
    Sorry others for a slightly veer off topic of Cybershaft.
    Toga
    The PS1 improved overall dynamics and bass, bass definition, bass control. It was more of a subtle change than the clock, but still happy I got it. You will notice the greater dynamic impact and bass right away.


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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    The PS1 improved overall dynamics and bass, bass definition, bass control. It was more of a subtle change than the clock, but still happy I got it. You will notice the greater dynamic impact and bass right away.


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    60 C.M. DC cable
    Oh and that expensive 50 Ohm BNC cable.. ouch...

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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Cybershaft web shop now has OP21E-D as 4-output model for oversea customers. Anyone knows what the difference between OP21A that everyone has so fondly spoken of?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    Cybershaft web shop now has OP21E-D as 4-output model for oversea customers. Anyone knows what the difference between OP21A that everyone has so fondly spoken of?
    I sent in a question to Cybershaft yesterday on this and here is the response that I've just received which was consistent with what I thought to
    be the case, i.e. the new modules perform at the same or possibly higher levels of overall audio performance to the OP21A's that we all sought
    for use and many of us still utilize in our prior purchases. As an aside, to my understanding, the new OCXO modules are new-stock/Cybershaft
    design versus the OP21A (my clock still uses one) which were curated modules from other sources.

    Here's the response, apparently more will be formally published soon:

    "We have been inquired many times about the difference between OP21E and OP21A, and we feel that we must seriously explain this difference.
    In practice, the difference between OP21E and OP21A is no different for the products we are currently shipping.
    We will clearly explain the difference between OP21E and OP21A on the sales site during December."
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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Wondering what clock cables I need for Esoteric N-05XD and EtherREGEN, to use with an OP21A? From their manuals, it seems I’d need 50 Ohm cable for N-05XD and 75 Ohm cable for EtherREGEN. Just checking in to see if my thinking is correct.

    Also, anyone has experience with Shunyata Alpha or Delta clock cables? Sigma is too rich for my blood.

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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    Wondering what clock cables I need for Esoteric N-05XD and EtherREGEN, to use with an OP21A? From their manuals, it seems I’d need 50 Ohm cable for N-05XD and 75 Ohm cable for EtherREGEN. Just checking in to see if my thinking is correct.

    Also, anyone has experience with Shunyata Alpha or Delta clock cables? Sigma is too rich for my blood.
    RTFM is always what I do and what I recommend; just make sure when you do with those units, to make sure you not only get the impedance spec confirmed but also that
    the device to be connected accepts 10 mHz clock input. Getting forum feedback is great on specs/things needed however IMHO manufacturers' docs are the final authority.

    Shunyata Delta and Alpha CLOCK-50 cables...yes, some experience here in testing mode. I found them to be accurate to spec, delivering good imaging, musical truth, etc and
    tremendous "bang for the dollar". It won't surprise you that I say if you can squeeze budget and get the Alpha's to do so. If you can only afford the Delta, you still will have
    a great performer on your hands and what I would pick over comparable cables I've tried from other brands over the years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    RTFM is always what I do and what I recommend; just make sure when you do with those units, to make sure you not only get the impedance spec confirmed but also that
    the device to be connected accepts 10 mHz clock input. Getting forum feedback is great on specs/things needed however IMHO manufacturers' docs are the final authority.

    Shunyata Delta and Alpha CLOCK-50 cables...yes, some experience here in testing mode. I found them to be accurate to spec, delivering good imaging, musical truth, etc and
    tremendous "bang for the dollar". It won't surprise you that I say if you can squeeze budget and get the Alpha's to do so. If you can only afford the Delta, you still will have
    a great performer on your hands and what I would pick over comparable cables I've tried from other brands over the years.
    I guess what I read from manuals are what I need. On second thought, I might probably start off with Delta as I need 2 of them. Who knows what I will need more down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I guess what I read from manuals are what I need. On second thought, I might probably start off with Delta as I need 2 of them. Who knows what I will need more down the road.
    Yes,..I think so to based upon what your wrote earlier; not owning those units myself I cannot tell you for sure. On the Delta clock cables, yes, as mentioned before, they will definitely
    give you a damned good start and either serve you well for the long term and should you ever want to check out another level up, you'll do so from a position of already having a quality
    product that is 100% spec compliant and is getting the job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    Yes,..I think so to based upon what your wrote earlier; not owning those units myself I cannot tell you for sure. On the Delta clock cables, yes, as mentioned before, they will definitely
    give you a damned good start and either serve you well for the long term and should you ever want to check out another level up, you'll do so from a position of already having a quality
    product that is 100% spec compliant and is getting the job done.
    Thanks SCAudiophile. Not only for answering my questions but also for sharing your first hand experience and knowledge about Cybershaft master clocks on multiple forums. It surly makes it easier for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    Thanks SCAudiophile. Not only for answering my questions but also for sharing your first hand experience and knowledge about Cybershaft master clocks on multiple forums. It surly makes it easier for me.
    You are very welcome. I am glad to help share what has worked here for me and brought alot of musical enjoyment. Have a great week!
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    Re: Cybershaft Owners

    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I guess what I read from manuals are what I need. On second thought, I might probably start off with Delta as I need 2 of them. Who knows what I will need more down the road.
    Great advice from @SCAudiophile as the Shunyata clock cables are excellent. The Delta v2 is excellent and may even be better than Alpha v1. I use an Alpha v1 with my EtherRegen and a Delta v2 with my DAC. One is 75 ohm and the other is 50 ohm so I really couldn’t compare them directly. What I appreciate most about them is the density they bring to the music. The Delta v2 seemed bring a bit more transparency to the upper frequencies. Not an apples to apples comparison but consistent with the voicing of other v2 cables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    Great advice from @SCAudiophile as the Shunyata clock cables are excellent. The Delta v2 is excellent and may even be better than Alpha v1. I use an Alpha v1 with my EtherRegen and a Delta v2 with my DAC. One is 75 ohm and the other is 50 ohm so I really couldn’t compare them directly. What I appreciate most about them is the density they bring to the music. The Delta v2 seemed bring a bit more transparency to the upper frequencies. Not an apples to apples comparison but consistent with the voicing of other v2 cables.
    Glad to see that it all worked out well for you,...thank you for the kind words. Have a great weekend!
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    After holding out for many years, I finally added OP21A with external power supply into my system. It’s been more than a week and overall sonic improvement is, I must say, the god mode of audio gear upgrade. I’m utterly gobsmacked to say the least. It’s not only on par with a speaker upgrade, if I’m forced to guess, the upgrade is similar to going from Magico A3 to S7. Scale, detail, musicality, dimension and refinement all improve.

    I currently clock out 2 out of 4 available clocks from OP21A to Esoteric N-05XD and EtherREGEN 10MHz inputs. Using Delta 75 V2 clock cable on EtherREGEN and my spare Siltech classic anniversary digital cable terminated with BNC (ohm unknown) to 50 ohm input of N-05XD. Delta V2 cable is new and may not have fully broken in yet. I also have plan to upgrade the clock cables in the coming weeks.

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    I clocked a EtherRegen with G-02X and Sigma v1 50 Ohm to N-01. I sent EtherRegen back to dealer, went back to using Pakedge SX series switch.
    Speakers: Magico M3,ACC, S-SUB | Electronics: Esoteric Grandioso | Amplification: Halcro |
    Analog cables: Crystal Cable | Digital cables: Shunyata Sigma | Rack: YG Acoustics Rack 1.4
    and Rack 1.1 amp stands (pair) | Source: Kaleidescape Premiere

    On order: Esoteric Grandioso D1X.
    On wish list: Shunyata Research Everest.
    On sale: Everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    I clocked a EtherRegen with G-02X and Sigma v1 50 Ohm to N-01. I sent EtherRegen back to dealer, went back to using Pakedge SX series switch.
    Sorry your experience is not as positive. I forgot to say I also have my AppleTV connected to EtherREGEN via Sigma V2 Ethernet cable (I also have Gigafoil in between Cybershaft Owners) and I also notice YouTube sounds better as well.

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    My opinion of EtherRegen was not positive. Pakedge SX series switch is better.
    Speakers: Magico M3,ACC, S-SUB | Electronics: Esoteric Grandioso | Amplification: Halcro |
    Analog cables: Crystal Cable | Digital cables: Shunyata Sigma | Rack: YG Acoustics Rack 1.4
    and Rack 1.1 amp stands (pair) | Source: Kaleidescape Premiere

    On order: Esoteric Grandioso D1X.
    On wish list: Shunyata Research Everest.
    On sale: Everything!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    My opinion of EtherRegen was not positive. Pakedge SX series switch is better.
    EtherREGEN alone IME was only marginal improvement. But I kept it as it wasn’t very expensive and it still enables me to connect to multiple Ethernet cables in my 2-ch/TV system.

    As a side note, among these Ethernet reclockers that I have - EtherREGEN, Gigafoil and one-off Spacelator from Wavelength, I like the latter the best and it is placed between N-05XD and EtherREGEN. However, I don’t think it’s available for sale anymore. Ethernet cable is Omega.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    After holding out for many years, I finally added OP21A with external power supply into my system. It’s been more than a week and overall sonic improvement is, I must say, the god mode of audio gear upgrade. I’m utterly gobsmacked to say the least. It’s not only on par with a speaker upgrade, if I’m forced to guess, the upgrade is similar to going from Magico A3 to S7. Scale, detail, musicality, dimension and refinement all improve.

    I currently clock out 2 out of 4 available clocks from OP21A to Esoteric N-05XD and EtherREGEN 10MHz inputs. Using Delta 75 V2 clock cable on EtherREGEN and my spare Siltech classic anniversary digital cable terminated with BNC (ohm unknown) to 50 ohm input of N-05XD. Delta V2 cable is new and may not have fully broken in yet. I also have plan to upgrade the clock cables in the coming weeks.
    Congratulations with your Cybershaft clock,..I've purchased several over the years and they have always brought me very positive improvement and in particular in the last
    two upgraded models, outstanding improvements.

    The clock and power supply (whether internal or separate LPSU) in my setup have always benefitted from leaving them on 24 x 7 and barring and extended absences from
    home, power outages or other unstable power times (big storms), I leave my clock on all the time even if other things are turned of in the system for cable swapping or
    tweaking of position, etc...

    The first week or so will show you improvements with break-in and for me it continued into the 200-300 hour mark and possibly beyond. Opinions vary on necessity
    for break-in with clocks so I'll just say I've always found it to be so.

    Enjoy! After a month or more, if you want to see what it's doing for you,....take it out the system for an hour or so just to see what changes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    Congratulations with your Cybershaft clock,..I've purchased several over the years and they have always brought me very positive improvement and in particular in the last
    two upgraded models, outstanding improvements.

    The clock and power supply (whether internal or separate LPSU) in my setup have always benefitted from leaving them on 24 x 7 and barring and extended absences from
    home, power outages or other unstable power times (big storms), I leave my clock on all the time even if other things are turned of in the system for cable swapping or
    tweaking of position, etc...

    The first week or so will show you improvements with break-in and for me it continued into the 200-300 hour mark and possibly beyond. Opinions vary on necessity
    for break-in with clocks so I'll just say I've always found it to be so.

    Enjoy! After a month or more, if you want to see what it's doing for you,....take it out the system for an hour or so just to see what changes.
    I must say mostly thanks to you, Mark. For answering my questions and for your informative posts over the years.

    Yeah, currently I have it on 24/7. Can’t wait to find out how it’d be like after a month. Haven’t been excited about an upgrade this much in a while.

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    I tried the highly regarded AIM-NA7 LAN cable which some have reported as being better than the Shunyata offerings. I might have convinced myself it sounded better than bog standard UTP patch cable, but it was not a day/night difference. I had previously ordered Shunyata Sigma v1 ethernet but the dealer did a back-flip on the quoted price so I cancelled the order and had my deposit refunded. I now use several custom made network cables built by Robert Suwary in Canada. I haven't done a direct comparison with the NA7, it's not something I bother myself with.
    My digital source:
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    G-02X>Shunyata Sigma v1 50>N-01
    The M300 is powered by 12V SBooster LPS. This power supply upgrade brought the biggest improvement, more than all the other optimizations combined. The sound is so good it almost makes my Grandioso CD/SACD transport redundant.
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    Interesting. I guess you’re using M300 as a music server though it is also capable of movie playback. Have you compared playing off M300 vs. USB drive direct to N-01?

    I also have Keces LPS powering EtherREGEN and Gigafoil. I guess all these matter more or less and after a number of incremental improvements, the sum becomes quite significant.

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    M300 does not support USB playback.
    I was using Kaleidescape M700 connected via 12m toslink to the N-01 but it doesn't sound very good on this interface.
    So I bought the M300 which sits on top of N-01 and instead of the 12m toslink I now use 12m Sunwary network cable. Thus leaving a short Shunyata Sigma v1 to connect the M300 to the N-01. This sounds much better. The Grandioso transport is the ultimate digital reference, so when the network audio is so good to almost match the Grandioso you know there is no need for further optimization.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I must say mostly thanks to you, Mark. For answering my questions and for your informative posts over the years.

    Yeah, currently I have it on 24/7. Can’t wait to find out how it’d be like after a month. Haven’t been excited about an upgrade this much in a while.
    Thank you for the kind words; I am glad that I could help. There are several excellent 10 mHz master clocks out there,...Cybershaft, AfterDark (also same family),
    Esoteric Grandioso G1X (recently changed to OCXO and it makes a big difference), SOULNOTE (OEM venture with Sforzato) and others. Personally, Cybershaft has
    delivered large returns far exceeding its price even at current levels.

    Very happy for you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCAudiophile View Post
    Thank you for the kind words; I am glad that I could help. There are several excellent 10 mHz master clocks out there,...Cybershaft, AfterDark (also same family),
    Esoteric Grandioso G1X (recently changed to OCXO and it makes a big difference), SOULNOTE (OEM venture with Sforzato) and others. Personally, Cybershaft has
    delivered large returns far exceeding its price even at current levels.

    Very happy for you!
    I was also looking at Mutec but Cybershaft appears king of price/performance ratio in this segment. If price is not an issue, like all Esoteric owners, I’d love myself a Grandioso casework.

    In case you’re interested Mark, my unit’s phase noise measured as 121.8 dBc/Hz @1Hz and Allen deviation value is 1.303E x 10-13 at 1s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I was also looking at Mutec but Cybershaft appears king of price/performance ratio in this segment. If price is not an issue, like all Esoteric owners, I’d love myself a Grandioso casework.

    In case you’re interested Mark, my unit’s phase noise measured as 121.8 dBc/Hz @1Hz and Allen deviation value is 1.303E x 10-13 at 1s.
    I am,....and I'm even more interested in how the music is sounding now :-) !
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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    ..If price is not an issue, like all Esoteric owners, I’d love myself a Grandioso casework.
    Yes, that's right. The choice between G1X and the top Cybershaft probably comes down to the casework and not the performance. If money is no object and you're an Esoteric owner then G1X. I can't imagine anyone buying G1X who is not already an Esoteric owner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    My opinion of EtherRegen was not positive. Pakedge SX series switch is better.
    Can you expound upon “not positive”? Did you find it to be doing harm?

    I have only positive impressions of my ER. A Farad Super 3 improved it significantly as did my REF10.

    A real surprise was that I found that the REF10 on the ER improved even the sound quality of music played off the local drive of my server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    Can you expound upon “not positive”?
    It didn't work properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I guess what I read from manuals are what I need. On second thought, I might probably start off with Delta as I need 2 of them. Who knows what I will need more down the road.
    I just received a preowned Sigma v2 clock-50 cable and swapped it for my Delta v2. Barely out of the box, I hear across the board improvements. There’s an improved purity and density to vocals that has been giving me goosebumps.

    I’ll provide more details after it has had a chance to settle in.
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    Where did you find a preowned Sigma v2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    I just received a preowned Sigma v2 clock-50 cable and swapped it for my Delta v2. Barely out of the box, I hear across the board improvements. There’s an improved purity and density to vocals that has been giving me goosebumps.

    I’ll provide more details after it has had a chance to settle in.
    I was also able to locate a couple of Sigma clock50 v2, and as you noticed, I too experienced next level improvement across the board. Refinement and smoothness came into mind as most noticeable and it isn’t subtle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    Where did you find a preowned Sigma v2?
    Audiogon. I snapped it up as quickly as I could.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kzhtoo View Post
    I was also able to locate a couple of Sigma clock50 v2, and as you noticed, I too experienced next level improvement across the board. Refinement and smoothness came into mind as most noticeable and it isn’t subtle.
    Nope, not subtle at all. Risk is now exceptionally high of it being a gateway drug. Omega is calling my name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    Nope, not subtle at all. Risk is now exceptionally high of it being a gateway drug. Omega is calling my name.
    I usually try not to go crazy on cables although I have one Omega Ethernet. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    Nope, not subtle at all. Risk is now exceptionally high of it being a gateway drug. Omega is calling my name.
    Congratulations on your upgraded cables!

    "Gateway drug...."

    Spot on and...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    I just received a preowned Sigma v2 clock-50 cable and swapped it for my Delta v2. Barely out of the box, I hear across the board improvements. There’s an improved purity and density to vocals that has been giving me goosebumps.

    I’ll provide more details after it has had a chance to settle in.
    Congrats. Those are the best clock cables I’ve heard too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyb123 View Post
    Audiogon. I snapped it up as quickly as I could.
    Lucky you. I paid full retail for mine. After rave reviews on this forum I bought a Sigma v1 to compare against my Mexcel 7N-DA6100v3. The Sigma v1 was clearly better so I sold the Mexcel and bought another two Sigma v1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brodricj View Post
    Lucky you. I paid full retail for mine. After rave reviews on this forum I bought a Sigma v1 to compare against my Mexcel 7N-DA6100v3. The Sigma v1 was clearly better so I sold the Mexcel and bought another two Sigma v1.
    Bottom feeding occasionally pays off for me. I don't imagine that I'll ever score an Omega clock cable that way anytime soon. Not until there's a v2. I'm very pleased with what I'm hearing from the Sigma v2 though.

    I had no idea what to expect from this over the Delta v2. Impressing me most are 1) the more physical presence - particularly of plucked bass strings, 2) increased purity along with better conveyance of texture - particularly from the midrange on up, 3) vocals sound just wow, wow, wow more realistic.
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