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Expert pro temperatures
#11
The units also run hotter in bypass mode.
Pioneer S1-EX; Synology NAS/Roon->1000pro (AIR) ,
Oppo 203->HDMI->Marantz 8802A->Pre-out->1000pro (Bypass), 
Shunyata Denali 6000T
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#12
My 250 pro is still getting hot. With dpm off, sam on and higher volumes (-10db). the a-amp rises over 70 degrees. The room is about 21 degrees. With sam off the temp. falls to 62 degrees. That are 15 degrees more than my D-Premier (no Sam). I think, that's to much for a longer lifetime.
Devialet 250 pro, Linn Akurate Ds1, Linn G-Sneaky No.6, Pro-ject Perspektive Anniversary, Canton Reference 3k, Synology DS213+

Germany.

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#13
220 Expert pro: Quite warm in the room today. 3 hours of listening @ -31 db, 1 hour @ -26 db. See pic!


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Devialet Expert 220 pro (Upgrade from LE 120), SAM on (100%), DPM off
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#14
My 1000 Pro after today's session.
It's getting hot in here.

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#15
Hmm i believe the hottest i have seen my amp was about 50 c for the power supply when the ambient temperature was around 30 degrees or so. Normally it's way below that. No i am seldom playing louder then -5, this probably helps...
Sonus Faber Olympica II -> Chord Signature -> Devialet 250 Pro / Anthem MRX 710 / HD-Plex H1.S based silent HiFi PC -> Roon -> HD-Plex Linear Power Supply / Pro-Ject RPM 5.1 -> Dynavector 10X5 / B&W MT-60D
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