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OFFICIAL UNOFFICIAL 2007 INTERNATIONAL MEET IMPRESSIONS THREAD! - Page 55

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Originally Posted by ldj325 View Post
From what I recall it is a pretty big unit, so probably at least the width of a standard CD, although taller due to being a two box configuration.

You could probably get exact dimensions by calling or e-mailing Ray Samuels.
Ray replied in the thread about the Apache in the Amps forum, thanks.

For info:

"Both, the amp chassis & the external power supply chassis, have identical width & depth but the hight is different.
Width, left to right, 12"
Depth, front to back 8"
Amp's hight, 1.75"
Power supply's hight, 2.5"
The hight of both chassis does not include the lenght of the spikes under each component.
The extension of the volume control is not included in the amp's depth."
post #812 of 815
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Originally Posted by doctorjuggles View Post
Ray replied in the thread about the Apache in the Amps forum, thanks.

For info:

"Both, the amp chassis & the external power supply chassis, have identical width & depth but the hight is different.
Width, left to right, 12"
Depth, front to back 8"
Amp's hight, 1.75"
Power supply's hight, 2.5"
The hight of both chassis does not include the lenght of the spikes under each component.
The extension of the volume control is not included in the amp's depth."
Justin--I was just about to say that I thought it was much smaller than a CDP, and 12in. wide is what I would have guessed. Not taking the spikes into account, the units are not too big at all. Here is the pic I was going to post showing Ray holding the topless Apache for a sense of the dimensions:



I wish I had more time to listen to it but the short period I had with balanced HD600s sounded excellent.

Cheers, Al
post #813 of 815
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Originally Posted by ldj325 View Post
From what I recall it is a pretty big unit, so probably at least the width of a standard CD, although taller due to being a two box configuration.

You could probably get exact dimensions by calling or e-mailing Ray Samuels.
The HeadFest Apache gave a taller impression than it's 1.75" amp ht. + 2.5" PS ht. because of the spikes under/between the units, giving a much taller overall impression — if you didn't try to visualize the system sans spikes.
post #814 of 815
Man maybe one of you Florida head-fiers can help me out. The first night when we were smoking cigars/drinking outside one of the beers you brought back was amazingly delicious, but I can't remember what it was.

I think it came in a 22 ouncer... I want to say white clayish looking bottle? Had a lot of green on the label with maybe a girl on it? I think someone mentioned it was a Belgium wheat beer? Or something I forget. It was pretty sweet with a lot of flavors.
post #815 of 815
RPX100 is like a more comercial version of the RP010B, and with Preamp capabilities, in a more compact case and with no remote, but it is more closer in sound to the RP010B than to the RPX33...and different from the NX33 which is a IC based amp, not fully discrete...IMO yes you are right on this, the RPX33 is better amp in SE than the NX33 in SE, but Rudi do not offer a balanced version of it...you have to skip to the next level either the RP010 or the RPX100...but both are different amps from the RPX33...
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So I guess the question will be: How does the RPX100 compare to the RPX33 in SE mode versus the NX33 in balanced mode??

I am debating between the RPX100 and the RS Apache.
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