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post #76 of 169
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Damn. I mighta had a collector's item
I got my zmoy at about the same time. Maybe mine was the last?

thanks Z
post #77 of 169
eh, afraid not. Last one hasn't been recieved yet.

-Z
post #78 of 169
you could add www.evilfire.com ´s cMoys - they sell on ebay for 25 GBP
post #79 of 169
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Originally Posted by blitze
My favourite music includes Classical, Jazz, vocals, and folk, not much into loud or rock at this time. Do you think the K501s would work for me?
Definitely, they're probably the best price/performace for those types of music. I use a Meta42 that I built a while back. Initially I was using 1 buffer per channel, but upgraded to two. Stacking the buffers brought the bass quality out quite a bit, and made the sound a bit faster overall. These are extremely fast headphones. I'd say a Pimeta would be a good amp to consider based off my meta42 experience. Hopefully you could get a pair of 501's and a pimeta for around $300, and you'd be set if you have a decent source.

I use the 501/meta42/revo7.1 on my desk at work along with j.river media center's ASIO mode and am very happy.
post #80 of 169
Another one. This guy is a Headfier and people likes a lot his work

http://www.eyevancsu.net/_wsn/page3.html
post #81 of 169

And by the way...

Zemo has new amps for sale, so maybe an update could be in order
post #82 of 169
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Originally Posted by Onix
Another one. This guy is a Headfier and people likes a lot his work

http://www.eyevancsu.net/_wsn/page3.html
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post #83 of 169
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Onix
Zemo has new amps for sale, so maybe an update could be in order
Thanks for the update. I have added the new Zemo amps.
post #84 of 169

It LIVES!!!!

Here's a bit of good news: Headsave has resumed limited production of the Go-Vibe amp, at http://www.go-vibe.com/ . Norm's only going to be making a couple of amps a week, but at least it's available for purchase again.
post #85 of 169
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Originally Posted by Dixie Flatline
Here's a bit of good news: Headsave has resumed limited production of the Go-Vibe amp, at http://www.go-vibe.com/ . Norm's only going to be making a couple of amps a week, but at least it's available for purchase again.
How does this compare to other amps in this price range, like the PocketAmp 2?
post #86 of 169
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Originally Posted by Lt_Core
How does this compare to other amps in this price range, like the PocketAmp 2?
Couldn't say personally, but it's gotten a lot of good press around here. There's a thread somewhere around that I think appar111 started, asking for a comparison between the Go-Vibe and the SR-71. General consensus was that they're both great for their price ranges (which are different by a factor of 5-6). Norm also revealed that he's got an SR-71 himself...
post #87 of 169
Perhaps it's time for an update? Some new portable and somewhat-portable amps:

Headroom Micro and DAC
Headroom Desktop Portable
Meier Audio Porta Corda III (two versions: with or without USB)
post #88 of 169
Hi everyone,

how about Digizoid Zax amplifier?

http://www.shop.digizoid.com/
post #89 of 169
new product, not sure how it is. I'm going to get it and test it.

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Originally Posted by kwhv
Hi everyone,

how about Digizoid Zax amplifier?

http://www.shop.digizoid.com/
post #90 of 169
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Originally Posted by jerryg
new product, not sure how it is. I'm going to get it and test it.
as long as you are fine with an amp with no way to adjust the volume...
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