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Old 04-23-2013, 01:57 PM
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Yes that is correct - I believe the Bybee rail modification is $250 and the Pulse Gen ZX is $400 additional.
So the full blown mod plus shipping is about 3000.00.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:23 PM
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So the full blown mod plus shipping is about 3000.00.
Correct - I did not add the Pulse Gen ZX on my 95, but decided that I wanted my 105 to be the best sounding modification possible.
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Old 04-23-2013, 04:35 PM
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Correct - I did not add the Pulse Gen ZX on my 95, but decided that I wanted my 105 to be the best sounding modification possible.
So you have 4200.00 tied up in you're 105?
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So you have 4200.00 tied up in you're 105?
I'm sure it performs well above its price point.
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So you have 4200.00 tied up in you're 105?
Plus another $300 in upgraded Sophia Electric 6SN7 and Mullard 5AR4 tubes, plus I have two more Wireworld SE 7 2M power cords on the way for the player and external power supply. This is not an inexpensive hobby by any means!

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I'm sure it performs well above its price point.
Thanks Don - I certainly am a believer that it does!
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:06 PM
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Plus another $300 in upgraded Sophia Electric 6SN7 and Mullard 5AR4 tubes, plus I have two more Wireworld SE 7 2M power cords on the way for the player and external power supply. This is not an inexpensive hobby by any means!



Thanks Don - I certainly am a believer that it does!
No holding back for you!
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Old 04-23-2013, 05:07 PM
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Plus another $300 in upgraded Sophia Electric 6SN7 and Mullard 5AR4 tubes, plus I have two more Wireworld SE 7 2M power cords on the way for the player and external power supply. This is not an inexpensive hobby by any means!



Thanks Don - I certainly am a believer that it does!
If you are local I would love to hear it. Lunch and drinks on me.
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