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post #211 of 1070
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
Ok, so what is the sound difference between the Expedition and the regular Lisa III? I read the bias is increased so how is the sound difference between the two?
The bias is the same for them, ppl said one of the chip suppliers couldn't deliver the lower bias chips, or something.

Well, this amp, power supply, and DAC are definitely on my list...
post #212 of 1070
So is it considered that to get the most out of the sound you should go with the additional power supply vs battery supply, which increases the cost by 300 dollars or so?
post #213 of 1070
I haven't read any statements about improved SQ for those using the PSU but I don't think many people have one yet. As far as the standard and XP from what I understand the only difference is size and battery life, sq should be the same.

WindowsX - I agree, I think this amp could hold its own against several home amps in the sub $1k category... truly impressive!
post #214 of 1070
With the size couldn't almost be considered a small home amp? With a discrete output it should do very well.
post #215 of 1070
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
With the size couldn't almost be considered a small home amp? With a discrete output it should do very well.
I believe they've labeled it a "transportable" but I suppose it depends on who's using it and how. For me it is a transportable desktop amp... I use it at work with an iPod and once I get a DAC I'll use it at home via desktop... double duty
post #216 of 1070
I checked the site and there is not an option for the PSU? are there ready for orders?
post #217 of 1070
Power supply isn't available quite yet for order.
post #218 of 1070
The Power supply is in its Pre-production state and is shown in the Below link with the cover removed. This is the same version Windows X talked about. The production version adds a heaver Heat sink and thermal shut down not shown in the photo. No ETA on the Power supply's at this time however i would expect real soon. http://www.esnips.com/doc/4f275e94-7...ms-and-LLP-001
post #219 of 1070


Lisa III with PSU operated.
post #220 of 1070
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P.S. Thanks million to Brad for bringing this fine gem to right at my face :P I'm appreciated in your effort.
Are you the one who bought the silver standard during Brad's vacation in Thailand, but you prefer all black at first?
post #221 of 1070
Yes. I exchanged it back for a guy who ordered black ones in Singapore. Actually, I ordered silver expodition at first but you can see my second P.S. for reason why I changed back.
post #222 of 1070
Can I use the alkaline 9 volt batteries on the standard Lisa ?
How long would it last?
Is it possible to remove the batteries(easy?) and charge them with the external charger and put them in?
post #223 of 1070
I've already knocked myself with Lisa III (stadard version) too
post #224 of 1070
Next month, I'll have Lisa III basic version that can run up to 15-20hrs :P
post #225 of 1070
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Lisa III with PSU operated.
WindowsX - Did you put different knobs on your Lisa? Those look like SR-71 knobs..?
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