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 I love this:  "... takes calls etc etc."  
 Now that you can sell your Teraplayer on the used market for perhaps 4000 EUR, does hanging onto it make sense?   Then again, perhaps you should wait until he's asking 10,000 EUR for new Teraplayers, then you can sell yours for 7000 EUR.   
Yes!http://www.head-fi.org/t/755879/oppo-ha-2-portable-headphone-amplifier-dac-discussion-thread/1005#post_11555265
Hmmm...  [[SPOILER]]
   This is open to interpretation, but going just on Duke40's posts, here, I don't think Audeze had anything to do with Duke40's LCD-3 -to- LCD-X swap.  
In case anyone is looking for one:    http://www.head-fi.org/t/768422/fs-nuforce-ha-200-singled-ended-class-a-amp-2w-into-32-ohm-mint-free-shipping   Mike
 That's good news.  Are you using the switch-mode power supply that is included with the USB Regen?   (It delivers only 7.5V, which is between the 6V and 9V range required when the Regen will be powering a DAC or DAC/amp like your Geek Out.) Tell us about the improvements in sound quality you hear (if any). :-)
 Oh, if the Geek Pulse doesn't pull power from its USB input, the 12V output of your Geek LPS should work fine with the Regen - without overheating it.   :-)
 Cables aside, there could be a problem with using the Geek LPS:  The Geek LPS output choices are 5V (which isn't enough volts to satisfy the USB Regen) and 12V (which might be too high a voltage).   The USB Regen needs... .... a minimum of 6V to a maximum of 9V (for DACs or DAC/amps that will pull power from the Regen's USB output).  So:  Do not use the Geek LPS 12V output if the DAC or DAC/amp pulls power from the Regen.  -OR-   ... a minimum of 6V to a maximum of 12V...
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