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Doc, I've just been having a trawl back through past posts regarding the Cubix-Pro. One post I found was you stating that these were the first of your products to incorporate balanced mains. Does this mean that I don't plug them into my BMU? Or doesn't it make any difference?
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That was an idea that was never pursued, they are not balanced.
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And, yes, the sound is improved by plugging them into the BMU, When I first got the Pros I plugged one channel into the BMU and the other into the mains. My opinions are in the archive.
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