Shunyata Venom 14 power cord - ongoing review

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  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 12,028
    Well, you guys have really derailed this thread. :)
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 42,665
    laelle wrote: »
    Hello again... I have cancelled my order of the Furman PST 8D and will buy a CyberPower Pure Sine Wave UPS instead...

    You don’t want a UPS in an audio rig.
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 42,665
    laelle wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Laelle, I mean something like a set of speakers and a integrated amplifier. I’ve got a pretty epic system (all used gear) which I’ve spent a total of around $175 on. Not using most of that stuff anymore, but it sounded great, especially for the price of Polk T15’s and a Lepai 2020, plus cables and stuff.
    So basically, if your on a big time budget, you can still get great sound, because audio gear depreciates quick, meaning value for people who buy used gear. My Mission 770’s sound like a $1000 speaker, but I’ve put $75 into them. They are worth a little over double that, but still, $150 for that kind of sound? Yes please.
    If you decide to do this, just ask us for suggestions and we’d be happy to help spend your money. :wink:

    Thank you! I’ll see what I can do... I heard one tube preamp off of a big tower speaker and I was bummed by that class b tube sound, I expected much better sound... I pretty much then gave up on preamps and systems... but maybe it’s just because the power was not clean and it came out harsh?? Hmm... I can’t wait to try the pc or ups...!

    What was it as I've never heard of a class B tube pre amp.
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  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Laelle, I mean something like a set of speakers and a integrated amplifier. I’ve got a pretty epic system (all used gear) which I’ve spent a total of around $175 on. Not using most of that stuff anymore, but it sounded great, especially for the price of Polk T15’s and a Lepai 2020, plus cables and stuff.
    So basically, if your on a big time budget, you can still get great sound, because audio gear depreciates quick, meaning value for people who buy used gear. My Mission 770’s sound like a $1000 speaker, but I’ve put $75 into them. They are worth a little over double that, but still, $150 for that kind of sound? Yes please.
    If you decide to do this, just ask us for suggestions and we’d be happy to help spend your money. :wink:

    Thank you! I’ll see what I can do... I heard one tube preamp off of a big tower speaker and I was bummed by that class b tube sound, I expected much better sound... I pretty much then gave up on preamps and systems... but maybe it’s just because the power was not clean and it came out harsh?? Hmm... I can’t wait to try the pc or ups...!

    Class B?
    Class B amps (I think) are very, VERY efficient, but have lots of distortion, and poor dynamics. They are popular in places where efficiency counts, like a watch, or a phone, or a microwave, etc.
    What area are you in? I’d be happy to look on your local Craigslist, and give you some ideas of what to look for, and I’m sure others here would as well.

    I live in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada actually...!
  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    edited September 2018
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    Hello again... I have cancelled my order of the Furman PST 8D and will buy a CyberPower Pure Sine Wave UPS instead...

    You don’t want a UPS in an audio rig.

    Pleaaaase tell me why... I really need to know... I did try to cancel my amazon order yesterday but the package is still coming through...

    Let me know why! Explain to me how a pure sine wave signal from a pure sine wave UPS would not be good because I really don’t understand!!!
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Laelle, I mean something like a set of speakers and a integrated amplifier. I’ve got a pretty epic system (all used gear) which I’ve spent a total of around $175 on. Not using most of that stuff anymore, but it sounded great, especially for the price of Polk T15’s and a Lepai 2020, plus cables and stuff.
    So basically, if your on a big time budget, you can still get great sound, because audio gear depreciates quick, meaning value for people who buy used gear. My Mission 770’s sound like a $1000 speaker, but I’ve put $75 into them. They are worth a little over double that, but still, $150 for that kind of sound? Yes please.
    If you decide to do this, just ask us for suggestions and we’d be happy to help spend your money. :wink:

    Thank you! I’ll see what I can do... I heard one tube preamp off of a big tower speaker and I was bummed by that class b tube sound, I expected much better sound... I pretty much then gave up on preamps and systems... but maybe it’s just because the power was not clean and it came out harsh?? Hmm... I can’t wait to try the pc or ups...!

    What was it as I've never heard of a class B tube pre amp.

    Unfortunately I don’t remember the model, all I know is it was a cheap 2 way tower speakers with two 15 inch woofers and I sent it back because there was no tweeter in the tweeter slot!
    Post edited by laelle on
  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 4,229
    laelle wrote: »

    I live in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada actually...!

    I know where that is. :p (I live in Northern Vermont.)
  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    Viking64 wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »

    I live in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada actually...!

    I know where that is. :p (I live in Northern Vermont.)

    Hahahah awesome I think I know approximately where that is too xD

    Aww God though... I can’t decide between a UPS or a power conditioner, I’d believe a UPS would be better since it regenerates a pure sine wave, I also just read this;

    https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/128836-hifi-gear-on-ups-improved-the-sound-why/
  • Viking64Viking64 Posts: 4,229
    edited September 2018
    laelle wrote: »
    Hahahah awesome I think I know approximately where that is too xD

    Aww God though... I can’t decide between a UPS or a power conditioner, I’d believe a UPS would be better since it regenerates a pure sine wave, I also just read this;

    https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/128836-hifi-gear-on-ups-improved-the-sound-why/

    To be honest, I don't think you are going to see a noticeable difference regardless of which unit you buy, based on your equipment. :#

    EDIT: That should have read: "....noticeable difference in AUDIO, and even less likely in your VIDEO."
  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    edited September 2018
    Viking64 wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    Hahahah awesome I think I know approximately where that is too xD

    Aww God though... I can’t decide between a UPS or a power conditioner, I’d believe a UPS would be better since it regenerates a pure sine wave, I also just read this;

    https://community.klipsch.com/index.php?/topic/128836-hifi-gear-on-ups-improved-the-sound-why/

    To be honest, I don't think you are going to see a noticeable difference regardless of which unit you buy, based on your equipment. :#

    Oh but don’t worry, I am pretty sure the AC from the wall isn’t ideal, I... think I can hear it, the garbled, fuzzy sound due to the noisy sine wave... I have extremely good ears...

    This is what I’d expect;

    http://snag.gy/1Wpb9.jpgrwvaxmq4d61u.jpeg
  • tonybtonyb Posts: 31,430
    Clipdat wrote: »
    Haven't noticed any life being sucked out of my music with the PS Audio Dectet.

    One of the reasons I bought a PS Audio unit too, if anything it improved the sound. Can't say the same for some other MOV devices. Running Springs is another brand, expensive, but worth it, if you have some coin locked up in a system .
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 42,665
    edited September 2018
    laelle wrote: »
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    Hello again... I have cancelled my order of the Furman PST 8D and will buy a CyberPower Pure Sine Wave UPS instead...

    You don’t want a UPS in an audio rig.

    Pleaaaase tell me why... I really need to know... I did try to cancel my amazon order yesterday but the package is still coming through...

    Let me know why! Explain to me how a pure sine wave signal from a pure sine wave UPS would not be good because I really don’t understand!!!
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Laelle, I mean something like a set of speakers and a integrated amplifier. I’ve got a pretty epic system (all used gear) which I’ve spent a total of around $175 on. Not using most of that stuff anymore, but it sounded great, especially for the price of Polk T15’s and a Lepai 2020, plus cables and stuff.
    So basically, if your on a big time budget, you can still get great sound, because audio gear depreciates quick, meaning value for people who buy used gear. My Mission 770’s sound like a $1000 speaker, but I’ve put $75 into them. They are worth a little over double that, but still, $150 for that kind of sound? Yes please.
    If you decide to do this, just ask us for suggestions and we’d be happy to help spend your money. :wink:

    Thank you! I’ll see what I can do... I heard one tube preamp off of a big tower speaker and I was bummed by that class b tube sound, I expected much better sound... I pretty much then gave up on preamps and systems... but maybe it’s just because the power was not clean and it came out harsh?? Hmm... I can’t wait to try the pc or ups...!

    What was it as I've never heard of a class B tube pre amp.

    Unfortunately I don’t remember the model, all I know is it was a cheap 2 way tower speakers with two 15 inch woofers and I sent it back because there was no tweeter in the tweeter slot!

    They restrict current.

    Huh? How did a tube pre amp become a pair of speakers?
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 7,129
    edited September 2018
    laelle wrote: »
    I have extremely good ears...

    If you have extremely good ears, then you owe them something better than a soundbar. As nice as any soundbar may be, it's still inherently worse than equivalently priced actual speakers with separate components driving them.

    Then again I could be wrong, I guess there might actually be people who think that soundbars sound better then regular speakers? I don't know.
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  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    Hello again... I have cancelled my order of the Furman PST 8D and will buy a CyberPower Pure Sine Wave UPS instead...

    You don’t want a UPS in an audio rig.

    Pleaaaase tell me why... I really need to know... I did try to cancel my amazon order yesterday but the package is still coming through...

    Let me know why! Explain to me how a pure sine wave signal from a pure sine wave UPS would not be good because I really don’t understand!!!
    F1nut wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    Laelle, I mean something like a set of speakers and a integrated amplifier. I’ve got a pretty epic system (all used gear) which I’ve spent a total of around $175 on. Not using most of that stuff anymore, but it sounded great, especially for the price of Polk T15’s and a Lepai 2020, plus cables and stuff.
    So basically, if your on a big time budget, you can still get great sound, because audio gear depreciates quick, meaning value for people who buy used gear. My Mission 770’s sound like a $1000 speaker, but I’ve put $75 into them. They are worth a little over double that, but still, $150 for that kind of sound? Yes please.
    If you decide to do this, just ask us for suggestions and we’d be happy to help spend your money. :wink:

    Thank you! I’ll see what I can do... I heard one tube preamp off of a big tower speaker and I was bummed by that class b tube sound, I expected much better sound... I pretty much then gave up on preamps and systems... but maybe it’s just because the power was not clean and it came out harsh?? Hmm... I can’t wait to try the pc or ups...!

    What was it as I've never heard of a class B tube pre amp.

    Unfortunately I don’t remember the model, all I know is it was a cheap 2 way tower speakers with two 15 inch woofers and I sent it back because there was no tweeter in the tweeter slot!

    They restrict current.

    Huh? How did a tube pre amp become a pair of speakers?

    Well it said that it used a class b preamp, it’s an active bi amp speaker that used a class b amp in it...


    Clipdat wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    I have extremely good ears...

    If you have extremely good ears, then you owe them something better than a soundbar. As nice as any soundbar may be, it's still inherently worse than equivalently priced actual speakers with separate components driving them.

    Then again I could be wrong, I guess there might actually be people who think that soundbars sound better then regular speakers? I don't know.

    Hahaha yeah I guess... but you got to say that the MagniFi MAX SR is really quite something, no? To my ears, it’s just wow...!
  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 42,665
    Then it's not a tube pre amp. Are you sure any of it is class B because most active speakers are using class D.
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 22,943
    edited September 2018
    Push-pull audio amplifiers operate with a bias level more or less within the definition of "Class B". In practice, the "hybrid" operational point of the active devices (tubes or transistors) in audio amplifiers is usually between the bias points that correspond to "Class A" (single-ended, devices "on" all of the time, even when no signal is present) and "Class B" (device "on" only when amplifying signal). That intermediate operating point is -- you guessed it! -- "Class AB".

    No problems with dymanics per se in a Class B amplifier. You won't likely find a Class B amplifier in a phone, watch, or a microwave, either.

    The main issue with pure Class B relates to the behavior of a device turning on exactly at the crossover point (zero volts) of an AC signal (like music!). The glitch that a Class B push-pull amplifier adds to a signal at that crossover point is called :p crossover distortion.

    Oh -- and, by the way, the most common application for pure Class B amplifiers is probably radio transmitters.

    HTH.

    PS A push-pull amplifier can operate in Class A, AB, or B depending on the operating conditions of the active devices (of which there must be at least two, or a multiple of two). A single-ended amplifier operates in Class A by definition, and can have one or more active devices (i.e., the output devices can be paralleled).
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,632
    The article that I read two years ago lied to me.
    I thought they were used in things like watches because of their efficiency.
    The more ya know. :)
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  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Push-pull audio amplifiers operate with a bias level more or less within the definition of "Class B". In practice, the "hybrid" operational point of the active devices (tubes or transistors) in audio amplifiers is usually between the bias points that correspond to "Class A" (single-ended, devices "on" all of the time, even when no signal is present) and "Class B" (device "on" only when amplifying signal). That intermediate operating point is -- you guessed it! -- "Class AB".

    No problems with dymanics per se in a Class B amplifier. You won't likely find a Class B amplifier in a phone, watch, or a microwave, either.

    The main issue with pure Class B relates to the behavior of a device turning on exactly at the crossover point (zero volts) of an AC signal (like music!). The glitch that a Class B push-pull amplifier adds to a signal at that crossover point is called :p crossover distortion.

    Oh -- and, by the way, the most common application for pure Class B amplifiers is probably radio transmitters.

    HTH.

    PS A push-pull amplifier can operate in Class A, AB, or B depending on the operating conditions of the active devices (of which there must be at least two, or a multiple of two). A single-ended amplifier operates in Class A by definition, and can have one or more active devices (i.e., the output devices can be paralleled).

    I am sorry I made a mistake, it really was a class AB... like you said... I had completely forgotten, it was a tower speaker and there were fancy led lights around the woofers, can’t remember the company name, 3000 watts of power, that I remember and had a radio too...
  • laelle wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Push-pull audio amplifiers operate with a bias level more or less within the definition of "Class B". In practice, the "hybrid" operational point of the active devices (tubes or transistors) in audio amplifiers is usually between the bias points that correspond to "Class A" (single-ended, devices "on" all of the time, even when no signal is present) and "Class B" (device "on" only when amplifying signal). That intermediate operating point is -- you guessed it! -- "Class AB".

    No problems with dymanics per se in a Class B amplifier. You won't likely find a Class B amplifier in a phone, watch, or a microwave, either.

    The main issue with pure Class B relates to the behavior of a device turning on exactly at the crossover point (zero volts) of an AC signal (like music!). The glitch that a Class B push-pull amplifier adds to a signal at that crossover point is called :p crossover distortion.

    Oh -- and, by the way, the most common application for pure Class B amplifiers is probably radio transmitters.

    HTH.

    PS A push-pull amplifier can operate in Class A, AB, or B depending on the operating conditions of the active devices (of which there must be at least two, or a multiple of two). A single-ended amplifier operates in Class A by definition, and can have one or more active devices (i.e., the output devices can be paralleled).

    I am sorry I made a mistake, it really was a class AB... like you said... I had completely forgotten, it was a tower speaker and there were fancy led lights around the woofers, can’t remember the company name, 3000 watts of power, that I remember and had a radio too...

    A 3000w tower with red lights around the woofers and a built in radio? Screams WHITE VAN!!
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  • laellelaelle Posts: 100
    laelle wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Push-pull audio amplifiers operate with a bias level more or less within the definition of "Class B". In practice, the "hybrid" operational point of the active devices (tubes or transistors) in audio amplifiers is usually between the bias points that correspond to "Class A" (single-ended, devices "on" all of the time, even when no signal is present) and "Class B" (device "on" only when amplifying signal). That intermediate operating point is -- you guessed it! -- "Class AB".

    No problems with dymanics per se in a Class B amplifier. You won't likely find a Class B amplifier in a phone, watch, or a microwave, either.

    The main issue with pure Class B relates to the behavior of a device turning on exactly at the crossover point (zero volts) of an AC signal (like music!). The glitch that a Class B push-pull amplifier adds to a signal at that crossover point is called :p crossover distortion.

    Oh -- and, by the way, the most common application for pure Class B amplifiers is probably radio transmitters.

    HTH.

    PS A push-pull amplifier can operate in Class A, AB, or B depending on the operating conditions of the active devices (of which there must be at least two, or a multiple of two). A single-ended amplifier operates in Class A by definition, and can have one or more active devices (i.e., the output devices can be paralleled).

    I am sorry I made a mistake, it really was a class AB... like you said... I had completely forgotten, it was a tower speaker and there were fancy led lights around the woofers, can’t remember the company name, 3000 watts of power, that I remember and had a radio too...

    A 3000w tower with red lights around the woofers and a built in radio? Screams WHITE VAN!!

    There! I found it!

    http://consumer.geminisound.com/product/as-215blu-lt/?v=3e8d115eb4b3
  • BlueFoxBlueFox Posts: 12,028
    laelle wrote: »
    laelle wrote: »
    mhardy6647 wrote: »
    Push-pull audio amplifiers operate with a bias level more or less within the definition of "Class B". In practice, the "hybrid" operational point of the active devices (tubes or transistors) in audio amplifiers is usually between the bias points that correspond to "Class A" (single-ended, devices "on" all of the time, even when no signal is present) and "Class B" (device "on" only when amplifying signal). That intermediate operating point is -- you guessed it! -- "Class AB".

    No problems with dymanics per se in a Class B amplifier. You won't likely find a Class B amplifier in a phone, watch, or a microwave, either.

    The main issue with pure Class B relates to the behavior of a device turning on exactly at the crossover point (zero volts) of an AC signal (like music!). The glitch that a Class B push-pull amplifier adds to a signal at that crossover point is called :p crossover distortion.

    Oh -- and, by the way, the most common application for pure Class B amplifiers is probably radio transmitters.

    HTH.

    PS A push-pull amplifier can operate in Class A, AB, or B depending on the operating conditions of the active devices (of which there must be at least two, or a multiple of two). A single-ended amplifier operates in Class A by definition, and can have one or more active devices (i.e., the output devices can be paralleled).

    I am sorry I made a mistake, it really was a class AB... like you said... I had completely forgotten, it was a tower speaker and there were fancy led lights around the woofers, can’t remember the company name, 3000 watts of power, that I remember and had a radio too...

    A 3000w tower with red lights around the woofers and a built in radio? Screams WHITE VAN!!

    There! I found it!

    http://consumer.geminisound.com/product/as-215blu-lt/?v=3e8d115eb4b3

    LOL. :)
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    Shunyata Sigma XLR analog ICs, Sigma speaker cables
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  • tonybtonyb Posts: 31,430
    sounds like something from the likes of Pyle. Cheap junk.
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  • VR3VR3 Posts: 23,422
    edited September 2018
    Gemini is just inexpensive dj gear
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 7,129
    Anyone else planning on trying out a Venom 14 sometime soon?
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  • LegenderLegender Posts: 478
    edited September 2018
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