file Triton 1 R footing and fuse questions.

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Mikey272 Posted 7 months 4 weeks ago
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Hello friends, Let me just say quickly I'm a super happy and satisfied owner of the triton 1 r's. It's great to have speakers and not have the itch to upgrade and or change them :}.

1-Can some please tell me the exact type of fuse these fine speakers use. I need to know the size, fast or slow blow, and the amperage. Does anyone know? I was also wondering if this is an easy thing to do to switch out the current fuse for another.

2- Have any of you who own these fine speakers ever used The SVS SoundPath Subwoofer Isolation System footers underneath the speakers. I know these are sold for subwoofers. I figured with the subs being at the bottom of the speakers that these might be an improvement over the Herbie footers I'm using now. The great GAIA's are not a possibility for me right now at their price. Does anyone have any experience with The SVS SoundPath Subwoofer Isolation System footers.

A huge thank you to anyone who can help me out with any of these questions, Thank you and enjoy the music.

mIKEY
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Moderator Posted 7 months 3 weeks ago
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The fuse for the Triton One.R is on the inside of the back panel and is 5x20MM, 6.3 amp, 250V, Slow-Blow. That's not an uncommon size so should be easy to find audiophile versions with those ratings.
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Audionut74 Posted 7 months 2 weeks ago
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Moderator wrote: The fuse for the Triton One.R is on the inside of the back panel and is 5x20MM, 6.3 amp, 250V, Slow-Blow. That's not an uncommon size so should be easy to find audiophile versions with those ratings.



Is the fuse size the same for the TRef also?

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Moderator Posted 7 months 2 weeks ago
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Moderator wrote: The fuse for the Triton One.R is on the inside of the back panel and is 5x20MM, 6.3 amp, 250V, Slow-Blow. That's not an uncommon size so should be easy to find audiophile versions with those ratings.



Is the fuse size the same for the TRef also?


Yes, same size and value for the fuse in the T-Ref.

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nreeque Posted 3 months 2 weeks ago
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The SVS feet work well with isolation, I used them both on the T1,T7 towers and the xxl center. But add 1.5" to the overall height which might move the tweeter up more than you want it. Same goes for most other chunky "acoustical foot" tweeter height might or might not make a difference for you and your siting distance and position, just be aware.
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rjohn79395 Posted 3 months 2 weeks ago
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Good question re isolators!

I use GAIA'II's on my T Ref's and love them for the uptick in SQ, maybe especially bass tightness and punch. And I adjusted the GAIA'S to tilt the speakers down so the tweeters were still aimed at the listening position.

BUT I'd bet lots of different isolators can help. I use Herbie's isolators under my Oppo player and SuperCenter Ref, and they work darn well. So, not sure how much of an uptick you'll get moving from Herbie's feet to other isolators.

Heck can't hurt to try.

Rick
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