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post #1 of 1070
Thread Starter 
Was checking out the Triad Audio website and it looks like you can order the LISA III now. Although it might not fit the size requirements for some, its tempting for me because I always carrying around my PRII in my bag anyways. Anyone else thinking about getting one?
post #2 of 1070
I am so getting one. Just waiting for reply to my email

Edit: hmm the HERE button has a mistake, it says "triadaudio@gmail.net"...
post #3 of 1070
I ordered mine! WOOHOO. I knew the Lisa III would beat the Diablo

Very much looking forward to getting the Lisa.
post #4 of 1070
I have a question: is that a covering over the inerts of the amp?

post #5 of 1070
Thread Starter 
Yes. There's pictures on the site of the Silver version too.
post #6 of 1070
nice..wondering on how do they compare to a move
post #7 of 1070
Just ordered mine

I wonder how long the wait will be...
post #8 of 1070

order standard Lisa NOW

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Originally Posted by cutthroat View Post
Just ordered mine

I wonder how long the wait will be...
The standard Lisa III IS finished and stocked.. Thats the size of a checkbook
one inch thick (aprox.) and sounds like heavon.
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Orders recieved this weekend will ship Monday.
E-mail me directly for shipping cost outside the USA
or any Questions triadaudio@gmail.com
post #9 of 1070
Do we have any impressions from people other than those trying to sell them?
post #10 of 1070
Ok, just curious what case options you folks ordered up? I went with the black anodized aluminum case/end panels, and black knobs.
khbaur330162, we haven't gotten them yet, and have all been anxiously awaiting its arrival. However, you can read Skylab's review of a pre-production unit he got the chance to evaluate. There's is also a copy of the recent review done by Big Poppa thats been posted here, but inaccurately claimed the review was done by Phil LaRocca himself. Big Poppa has had a pre-production unit for a number of weeks running it through it paces. Both the above mentioned parties thought the Lisa III was the best transportable amp they have heard to date.
post #11 of 1070
I'm so tempted to order one. Okay gonna hide the wallet now lol. Can't wait to hear more impressions on this amp
post #12 of 1070
Big Poppa still has this amp as we speak, ive not swiped it from him yet hehe, might wanna try pm'ing him here, that guy is an audio nut in the truest sense of the word. If you are in the Seattle area, feel free to pm him to see if you could borrow it.
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Originally Posted by flashbak View Post
Ok, just curious what case options you folks ordered up? I went with the black anodized aluminum case/end panels, and black knobs.
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There's is also a copy of the recent review done by Big Poppa thats been posted here, but inaccurately claimed the review was done by Phil LaRocca himself. Big Poppa has had a pre-production unit for a number of weeks running it through it paces. Both the above mentioned parties thought the Lisa III was the best transportable amp they have heard to date.
I requested a LISA III Expedition in exotic wood case. I did not pick the wood but asked Brad to do it based on my preference. As I have no intent to carry the LISA around (it will be used as my office setup since my Solo is now sold) I think a LISA III in a unique handcrafted wood case is going to be a hallmark representating the dediation of two great gentlemen - Phil as a most respected "Uncle" in the headphile world, and Brad whose expertise in wood and dedication to make the LISA into a reality.

BTW, I was the one who posted the review thread and mistaken it as PPL's review. I did try to locate the thread to correct it but for reasons had not been able to get again. Will try again and put it right. My apologies.

F. Lo
post #14 of 1070
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nice..wondering on how do they compare to a move
Although I have not heard a Move, nor did I hear the LISA. But from what I have read, and from what I know about Phil as an audio designer, I think the Move is not in the same league as the LISA. Not even the Pocket Reference is going to hold its own in front of the LISA.

I communicate with Phil a while back and according to him, only the PortaCode (the transportable version of the HeadCode) is going to beat the LISA, but not by a wide margin. This say alot about the LISA, as the HeadCode is what Phil considers to be the ultimate in sound, and cost 3 - 4 times a standard LISA, when it becomes available to the market..... one day.

There may be other capable amps in the same league as the LISA, but for battery powered ones I doubt if there is one that can complete heads-on. Well, may be a Xin Reference will turn out to be one strange surprise ? Will see in August .....

F. Lo
post #15 of 1070
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Originally Posted by flashbak View Post
khbaur330162, we haven't gotten them yet, and have all been anxiously awaiting its arrival. However, you can read Skylab's review of a pre-production unit he got the chance to evaluate. There's is also a copy of the recent review done by Big Poppa thats been posted here, but inaccurately claimed the review was done by Phil LaRocca himself. Big Poppa has had a pre-production unit for a number of weeks running it through it paces. Both the above mentioned parties thought the Lisa III was the best transportable amp they have heard to date.
Sweet deal. I await to see some more impressions. I had read Big Poppa's review it looks like, but as you said, I thought it was done by PPL. Thanks for clearing that up.
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