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Interesting - how do you describe the sonic character of the music with this device in use?

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Sound staging seems to be more accurate, more enveloping and extended in all three dimensions with better separation, yet without losing cohesion.

 

Low level detail retrieval has improved (maybe this has to do with the fact that distortion/jitter is lowered) making everything sound more natural/cleaner/easier to follow also enhancing microdynamics and reproduction of vibrato and subtle timbre variations like in piano and guitars.

 

Bass is also more powerful/direct and notes develop more fully, from beginning to end.

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Has anyone tried this USB conditioning device?

I am currently a happy owner of it. I made the following comparison

 

1) 3xUSB Uptone regen + iPurifier 3

 

Vs

 

2) Uptone regen + Intona USB isolator

 

Vs

 

3) 3R Renaissance

 

3R Renaissance outperformed both above combinations.

 

Can it be combined in the chain of other devises?

 

2012 Mac Mini, i5 - 2.5 GHz, 16 GB RAM. SSD,  PM/PV software, Focusrite Clarett 4Pre 4 channel interface. Daysequerra M4.0X Broadcast monitor., My_Ref Evolution rev a , Klipsch La Scala II, Blue Sky Sub 12

Clarett used as ADC for vinyl rips.

Corning Optical Thunderbolt cable used to connect computer to 4Pre. Dac fed by iFi iPower and Noise Trapper isolation transformer. 

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Can it be combined in the chain of other devises?

 

A friend of mine tested with Intona USB but was not satisfied with the result so he skipped from purchasing the Intona. You could connect two 3Rs together though, either in tandem or with a short usb cable.

 

I am waiting mine so as to connect the second 3R as well.

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A friend of mine tested with Intona USB but was not satisfied with the result so he skipped from purchasing the Intona. You could connect two 3Rs together though, either in tandem or with a short usb cable.

 

I am waiting mine so as to connect the second 3R as well.

 

What is the anticipated benefit of connecting two devices in this way?

 

 

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I refer to two 3R USB devices in tandem. Why do that?

 

 

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Perhaps I have not been very clear. I will not use the intona at all, after my friend's experience. I will buy a second 3R when I have the money.

 

My reply was referring to the guy asking if you can connect the 3R in line with other devices

 

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A friend of mine tested with Intona USB but was not satisfied with the result so he skipped from purchasing the Intona. You could connect two 3Rs together though, either in tandem or with a short usb cable.

 

I am waiting mine so as to connect the second 3R as well.

 

Why connect two 3R USB together?

 

 

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Why connect two 3R USB together?

 

 

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Because you will receive even more improved results from having only one. Depending on the configuration and system, adding the second may not have the same impact as the first one

 

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  • 2 months later...
16 hours ago, Cyrus said:

@richardv

 

Do you have it in system? How is it working out for you?

 

@fragoulisnaval

 

Any updates since your last posts in Jan?

 

Thanks.

I have it with aftermarket power supply.

 

Not much to add I am afraid, I have only two daisy chained because when I connect a third one, my dac will not lock. I am waiting a friend of mine to purchase the ISO regen to out them to the test....

 

For now, I just sit back and enjoy the music...

 

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