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The M9 looks really good. Congrats guys!
Dropped by the event today and I'm glad I did.   Got to try out the headphone that has been getting a lot of hype here on head-fi lately; aka Mr Speakers Alpha Dog. Overall, I was impressed with the overall coherency of the sound. It sounded very open and spacious for a closed can. Midrange and highs were also very smooth and clear which is typical of a planner headphone. Unfortunately, the set up at the show was sub-par and could not drive the headphones to its full...
Dropped by the event today and I'm glad I did.   Got to try out the headphone that has been getting a lot of hype here on head-fi lately; aka Mr Speakers Alpha Dog. Overall, I was impressed with the overall coherency of the sound. It sounded very open and spacious for a closed can. Midrange and highs were also very smooth and clear which is typical of a planner headphone. Unfortunately, the set up at the show was sub-par and could not drive the headphones to its full...
Yeah was my bad. Somehow I read it as OFC!
SW is purely a silver cable mixed with some elements of gold content. So it is not OCC or UPOCC as those are terms used to describe the purity of the copper cable.
Looks like an awesome event. Think i'll pop down on Sunday. May bring my HD800 to sample the gear with.
 Great to hear. Do let us know your thoughts of the M9 and how it compares to the GSX mkII.
7 days is really quick. I suppose he has some units of the M9 that has already been built and tested. Based on my experience, A-Gd takes approximately 2 to 2.5 weeks to build, test and ship if they run out of available stock for the Master series.   Good thing though, you'll have a new system just in time for Christmas.
Actually, I think the M9 has buttons for the volume control. The picture used on the website seems to be an older model and not the M9. Better to drop an email to Kingwa to confirm this.   Good to hear more people picking up the M9. Hopefully we will see some impressions soon.
 Excellent points. I concur, the WA22 and the HD800 make for an excellent match, especially with the right set of tubes. Having purchased the Vali recently, I can also recommend the Vali with the HD800. While the Vali may not be as neutral sounding as the WA22, it comes surprisingly close. From a value perspective, its hard to beat given the cost of the Vali as compared to the WA22 and upgraded tubes.
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