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I got my new Move a few days ago (I did know a new one was coming - Jan Meier said four to five months, but didn't give much else away). Absolutely no regrets. With my iPod Classic, ALO Cotton and UE TF10P it sounds superb; a massive upgrade on the Total Airhead.
post #1157 of 1165
I contacted Jan regarding purchasing a new Corda Move, and I heard that although it is currently out of stock, a successor of the Move is scheduled to be launched in February 2008. I wonder what this successor will be like...
post #1158 of 1165
Any news about the new amp from Meier? I know that it will be launched in February. But would be nice to hear something more.
post #1159 of 1165
Corda 2Move. It's now on the website
post #1160 of 1165
I love this amp...
post #1161 of 1165
I am considering to order a new Move...
post #1162 of 1165
wey, quick question. I've read this entire thread over the past few months and despite all the talk about the power supplies, im still curious. I know that Jan say to use a regulated supply. My radioshack here in the DR didnt have a regulated... Im using a AC 12V 500mA radioshack adaptor right now, and I've been feeling paranoid. What is the diference between regulated and non-regulate supplies and what are the dangers of using unregulated with the Move??? Any advice is appreciated!
post #1163 of 1165
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Originally Posted by freid77 View Post
wey, quick question. I've read this entire thread over the past few months and despite all the talk about the power supplies, im still curious. I know that Jan say to use a regulated supply. My radioshack here in the DR didnt have a regulated... Im using a AC 12V 500mA radioshack adaptor right now, and I've been feeling paranoid. What is the diference between regulated and non-regulate supplies and what are the dangers of using unregulated with the Move??? Any advice is appreciated!
The voltage output in unregulated supplies can vary significantly. 13V is the maximum the AD8610 can handle. With an unregulated supply, you risk frying your opamp.
post #1164 of 1165
i've decided not to use an AC adapter since I have two new rechargeable batteries and the back of the Move is so easy to remove So just replacing and recharging batteries as they die and need recharging
post #1165 of 1165
Dr Xin also made the same recommendation for his amps - a regulated charger.
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