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post #256 of 1070
The XP can remain connected all the time to the AC without issue due to the capacity of the battery (2100MAh) and the charging current of 25 mA. the Charge rate selected for both versions of LISA III is what is called a float charge witch is slightly greater than a trickle charge yet less than a fast charge. this method results in a comfortable operating life for the Batteries so they will last quite long. The PR-II also uses this method of charging and has worked well in that amp.
post #257 of 1070
Is it safe if i remove the 9v batteries and ppower the lisa by the ac adaptor ?
post #258 of 1070
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The XP can remain connected all the time to the AC without issue due to the capacity of the battery (2100MAh) and the charging current of 25 mA. the Charge rate selected for both versions of LISA III is what is called a float charge witch is slightly greater than a trickle charge yet less than a fast charge. this method results in a comfortable operating life for the Batteries so they will last quite long. The PR-II also uses this method of charging and has worked well in that amp.
And what happens with the standard Lisa III? Can I charge the batteries while using the amp? How long can I use the amp while plugging to the Elpac adaptor without damaging the batteries or the circuit??
post #259 of 1070
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Lisa III with PSU operated.
How does m902 compare to LISA?
post #260 of 1070
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And what happens with the standard Lisa III? Can I charge the batteries while using the amp? How long can I use the amp while plugging to the Elpac adaptor without damaging the batteries or the circuit??
the standard Lisa has its charge Current reduced to acomidate the smaller capacity batteries. I would not Leave a standard lisa continiously conected to the AC adaptor and thus charging the batteries without operating the unit on batteries once every 30 days evean if operating on batteries for a few min. Yes you can both charge the batteries as well as operate the Amp on the standard Lisa as well as the expidition
post #261 of 1070
Some pics to share from "Lisa III - mini meeting in Thailand" with Mr. Brad Taylor

My friends and I myself bought some of Lisa III and personally got the signed certificate from Mr. Brad. Yeahh we're in the first of 50 units produced


XP on top of the Standard version and the other Standard version with Black Front plate on the left


The PSU is on the Left while 2 of Lisa III are in the middle (see pic for size comparison)

post #262 of 1070
Well what did you folks think of the Lisa III's?
post #263 of 1070
That is a lot of ipods. Nice images. Yeah, so what about the ssssssound?? You know, the tuuuunes. . . did you tap your foot or walk away??
post #264 of 1070
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Well what did you folks think of the Lisa III's?
Honestly, this is the same words that I told Brad "I'll never buy this amp ..." (based on the look and size). After I placed myself into Lisa III's world. Ohhhhh dear... I had to take my words back and paid cash in exchange of limited numbers of Lisa III in front of me.

What else to say... I've never heard these kind of melodies and sounds from my MS-1 and D2000...! Excellent image, dynamic and deep impact while maintaining all details.

Love at first sight
post #265 of 1070
jimmy8263,
I totally agree with your findings! Some how I wasn't suprised.
post #266 of 1070
I am sorry but after going to the web site I am still confused. The amp comes with rechargable batteries installed and attached inside but does it come with any outside adapter to charge these or do you have to purchase one? Do you use a 24 volt regulated? I would imagine it is on the pages somewhere here but I didn't find it spelled out on the web site.

I still don't understand the additional power supply. It doesn't bypass the batteries but does or doesn't improve the sound? An Elpac would work fine would it not or is the power supply developed for this unit a slight or modest upgrade in performance, sound or otherwise?
post #267 of 1070
An Elpac supply works fine, and you can use the amp while charging, no problem.
post #268 of 1070
Ok, but as the amp comes, the only way to use it is if you buy the Elpac otherwise you have an amp with no way of charging the batteries, is the right? So what are the real benifits of the 300 dollars ps over the Elpac?
post #269 of 1070
Not sure about the $300 PS - it's not available yet, and the Elpac is and is $24
post #270 of 1070
Damn, the XP is huge! And the Standard was already pushing the limit on "portable"/transportable.
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