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post #346 of 1070
Response time is usually good, send another email and cc Phil, one of them will answer it. You have chosen wisely
post #347 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Wotan1 View Post
I wtb the Lisa as well. As I'm a customer out of CONUS, i did send an email to Triadaudio. It's been a couple of days now, but have not received a response. What is your experience re response time?
I sent an email to Triad Audio asking shipping costs to the UK and posted the reply in this thread. The reply was prompt.
post #348 of 1070
Just a reminder. Brad has been on holiday out of the country and should be back shortly. He does have some staff helping out, but it has slowed things down a bit.
post #349 of 1070
Does anyone know if the amp still charges if the power switch is off?

Also I'm interested in what kind of hours XP owners are getting. I seem to be around 20.
post #350 of 1070
i liked the bass boost dial on the LISA III after trying it out... are there any other amps that produce the same amount of added bass similar to the LISA and PRII? i hear the DIY M³ and PPAv2 are similar, but how is the bass boost?

and if they are similar, what op-amp configs/stuff do i need to tell a professional builder to match the bass boost to the LISA? if it is not possible to do this i think i will need to buy the LISA ^_^
post #351 of 1070
The Super Macro has a bass boost and there was a killer one for sale in the forums with a butt load of opamps but that amp is not even in the same league for SQ and the bass boost, while good for it's size is not even as clean as the Lisa III. The Macro's boost seems to muddy the 50-80hz area to my ears.
post #352 of 1070
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Originally Posted by wakeride74 View Post
The Super Macro has a bass boost and there was a killer one for sale in the forums with a butt load of opamps but that amp is not even in the same league for SQ and the bass boost, while good for it's size is not even as clean as the Lisa III. The Macro's boost seems to muddy the 50-80hz area to my ears.
Actually the bassboost in Supermacro amazing depending on the cans you use.
Supermacro with Bassboost and W5000 truely sound amazing. with the old Sensa 2X-S was startling. great with ety. Great with PS-1, and suit very well with RS-1.

but bad with HD650, triple.fi., GS1000 When they are not a good match they give you mid bass hump.
post #353 of 1070
guess i'm stuck with the LISA III then...

now it's up to me to choose btw an expedition or the normal one...

the normal one is already kinda hefty to lug around... i might as well get the expedition? someone push me towards one and ill bite =D
post #354 of 1070
Man I have listen to both of them regular and high gain. Magnificent creature
post #355 of 1070
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Originally Posted by WindowsX View Post
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.
WindowsX have you tried Lisa III off M902(using m902 DAC). Does it sound better than operating it directly off iPOD?
Thanks.
post #356 of 1070
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Originally Posted by fkclo View Post

If you decide the LISA III is the right amp for you, I would highly recommend you get the LISA LAB POWER (LLP) PSU which was designed with the LISA III in mind, and according to Phil, his best PSU design to-date. The LLP is universal voltage. Since it use standard 2.5mm centre positive plugs, you will also find it useful in other applicables, as long as current draw is less than 500mA (which is quite a lot).

F. Lo
Any idea how much is this LISA LAB POWER PSU?
post #357 of 1070
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Any idea how much is this LISA LAB POWER PSU?
If I remember correctly, introductory price is US$300 + shipment.

F. Lo
post #358 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post
Not sure about the $300 PS - it's not available yet, and the Elpac is and is $24
Does the Elpac work under 220-240V as well?
I noticed that the recommended part number is
Elpac part # WM080-1950-760
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