i came across this device online. Anyone use one? It has a bypass mode for the times you don’t want to degrade or alter the signal path. I think there might be times where adjusting the tone could really enhance the listening experience. For the price, I am tempted to try one. Anyone have any experience or a solid reason why I should not? Online reviews seam mixed but mostly positive. I could see if I had a real high end system, there might be better options. My current setup is: Otofron 2M Blue - U-Turn Orbit - Mofi Studio Phono pre - Tube Cube 7 amp - Klipsch RB 61 ii speakers. Although I just bought a new to me amp from forum member Jaycee. I should have the NAD D3020 here on Friday. While I like the little Tube Cube amp (3.5 watts per channel), I am hoping that the new NAD will offer more headroom. At low volumes, my systems sounds good. When I turn the volume up beyond 3/4 the bass falls a little flat. I am thinking it is a lack of power from the little unit to push out to the speakers. The Klipsch are efficient, and don’t take a lot to drive, but I will be very curious to see what a more powerful amp can do. I am saving and eventually want to upgrade more of my system. I have my eyes on heritage Klipsch speakers (either Forte’s or Heresy’s). After that, I plan on upgrading to a Prima Luna in the future too. The incoming NAD amp is a place holder for now. Also interested to try out the additional features like Bluetooth and DAC that are built into that amp.