LPS-A6: Eversolo with LPS - A Pleasant Surprise
Updated: Nov 17
Aloha Weng Fai,
I’ve been listening to the Eversolo with LPS and it’s been taken to a new level. I was pleasantly surprised. I was expecting some improvement but not this much. I was especially pleased with the accurate, wide and tall soundstage with a very focused center stage. It’s like the performers are right there. My system has never has had a soundstage this wide and I’ve spent many years trying to improve it. Vocals are very pleasing and the bottom end is well controlled. Overall the upgrade makes for a very enjoyable listening experience. Makes you want to dance but I’m getting too old.
Here’s a summary of my most used gear;
Denafrips Pontus dac (currently using with the Eversolo)
Cary CAD 805 mono block amplifiers with 845 triode output tube
Cary SLP98 preamp (line and phono)
Elect TU-8340VK push-pull amplifier (currently fitted with EL34_ output tubes)
Elekit TU-8200R power amp
Eleckit TU-8600S power amp. Currently my most used amplifier. It is SE 300B output with Lundahl transformer upgrade
Antique Sound Lab Tulip power amplifier (SE 2A3 output)
Reference 3A Royal Virtuoso speakers
Klipsch RP-160M speakers (high efficiency, I use with 300B and 2A3 amps
McIntosh MC-225 power amp with 7591 output tubes, wonderful tubes. I rebuilt the power supply.
Credit: Stephen from Hawaii