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    Quote Originally Posted by boputnam View Post
    To you, and anyone else interested send me an email to: me.
    Thanks anyway Bo, but I checked last night at home, it's plenty clear there. Still working with worn out CRT based monitors at work!

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    I got the best new today that I have heard since Rick said my 4350 cabinets are ready to pick up. Looks like Bryston is going to modify the 10b L-R after all, the email from them is below.

    Hi Pete;

    As far as I can tell, the modifications done to this unit are fairly simple,
    and can be undone quite easily. I would suggest that the unit should come
    to our Canadian manufacturing facility, so that our engineering department
    can deal with any issues that may come up. The unit should ship to our US
    service department, and they will forward it across the border for you.

    I estimate that the modification would take approximately 1 hour @ $75.00,
    plus 1 hour to change the frequency, and $50.00 for a new set of programming
    boards. You will get the 8 150 Hz boards back with the completed unit. You
    would also be responsible for return shipping. All told, it should be less
    than $250.00 for everything. If you are having problems with one of the Low
    Pass Mute switches, this would be covered by the warranty, at no charge.

    If you wish us to go ahead with this, please advise your complete contact
    info, including shipping address and phone #, and I will issue an RA # for
    the repair.

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    (quoting...) GET 'ER DONE!!

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    Darn Canucks !

    If only more companies treated us this way !

    Good work ,Good luck

    Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by neanderthal View Post
    Looks like Bryston is going to modify the 10b L-R after all, the email from them is below.
    Outstanding!

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    Quote Originally Posted by richluvsound View Post
    If only more companies treated us this way !
    Rich

    Uh Huh

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    Hello,
    you can replace the internal resistance and to obtain the 250 Hz. But the L-R model is not done for HiFi.
    You must buy the latest model of B10 Sub. The latest revision of the mainboard and power voard sounds much better than the old. There is more air and the scene is better. I experienced this with an old B10 and new B10 Sub.

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    I received the Bryston 10B L-R back from Bryston Tuesday.Now all I need is to decide what amp to get for the highs. If anyone has had any first hand experience with the pass Labs X150 or the X150.5 I'd very much appreciate your input positive or negative. I have done alot of reading and have always heard positive comments on Pass Labs and McIntosh. I'd like to hear what a tube amp has to offer but I know because of my limited knowledge, ...OK no knowledge on repairing anything electrical so I need to stay away from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neanderthal View Post
    I received the Bryston 10B L-R back from Bryston Tuesday.Now all I need is to decide what amp to get for the highs. If anyone has had any first hand experience with the pass Labs X150 or the X150.5 I'd very much appreciate your input positive or negative. I have done alot of reading and have always heard positive comments on Pass Labs and McIntosh. I'd like to hear what a tube amp has to offer but I know because of my limited knowledge, ...OK no knowledge on repairing anything electrical so I need to stay away from them.
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    Have a chat with porschedpm.

    In my experience the X series works very well. The X.5 series has sweeter highs and better low level resolution with SE bias over the first few watts.

    Depending on the producton run some of these amps are set for 30 db gain. The amp can be adjusted to the more nominal 26 db gain if you prefer.

    Ian

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