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post #406 of 1070
It says 24v, 1,5 (A) and 35 watt, regulated'. I will return to the shop for additional advise, but do not hesitate to give me advice.
post #407 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Wotan1 View Post
It says 24v, 1,5 (A) and 35 watt. No reference to 'regulated'. But they told me it was. The voltage can be changed by changing a small block/item inputted in the adapter block.

I will return to the shop for additional advise, but do not hesitate to give me advice.
Well, firstly, I wouldn't just accept a shop assistant's assurance at face value that the adapter is regulated it the manufacturer doesn't state that. I have a similar adapter, where one can select from a range of output voltages, and when it was set to 12v I measure 19v!
post #408 of 1070
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Originally Posted by DennyL View Post
Well, firstly, I wouldn't just accept a shop assistant's assurance at face value that the adapter is regulated it the manufacturer doesn't state that. I have a similar adapter, where one can select from a range of output voltages, and when it was set to 12v I measure 19v!
It's regulated. It was not writtten on the adapter, but on the paper work. Missed that and eddited the post above. We measured 23.7V. So this seems ok. Might be the adapter plug not connecting propperly. I'm in touch with Brad on this one.
post #409 of 1070
Out of all the LISA III Amps shipped only one other Amp (Other than the one mentioned hear) was returned for service and this was the result of incorrect AC adaptor as discovered by our service facility that ether the voltage was to high or the polarity incorrect.

Since this AC adaptor thing is so far resulted in 100% of the Defects i am thinking that maybe future amps have the AC adaptor included so as to eliminate this source of customer Frustration, However this would require the prece of the amp to be higher to compensate for the added cost of the adaptor.
post #410 of 1070
ppl, I agree, it would be a good idea.
post #411 of 1070
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Originally Posted by flashbak View Post
ppl, I agree, it would be a good idea.
Agreed. An amp that requires an AC adapter to charge it's batteries should come with an adapter, even if it is a little higher priced.
post #412 of 1070
Is... is that the amp she's holding in the picture...? That's... wow... a brick...
post #413 of 1070
It may be bigger then you're used to but wait until you hear the sound
post #414 of 1070
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Originally Posted by ppl View Post
Out of all the LISA III Amps shipped only one other Amp (Other than the one mentioned hear) was returned for service and this was the result of incorrect AC adaptor as discovered by our service facility that ether the voltage was to high or the polarity incorrect.

Since this AC adaptor thing is so far resulted in 100% of the Defects i am thinking that maybe future amps have the AC adaptor included so as to eliminate this source of customer Frustration, However this would require the prece of the amp to be higher to compensate for the added cost of the adaptor.
Wotan1, this happened to me also, I'm the customer ppl reffers to. The problem was caused by incorrect AC Adaptor (wrong polarity). It happened exactly the same as you described. Send it for service.
post #415 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Bolardito View Post
Wotan1, this happened to me also, I'm the customer ppl reffers to. The problem was caused by incorrect AC Adaptor (wrong polarity). It happened exactly the same as you described. Send it for service.
We checked an measured everything, even inside the amp. The polarity is correct > center positive.
post #416 of 1070
Wotan 1,
Did you compare it to the specs I gave you for the ELPAC? If it meets the specs have the tech check to make sure the plug is seating properly in the connector. I assume he checked the output of the power adapter etc.... If these suggestions don't resolve the matter I'd also recommend you ship it back and let TriadAudio have a look.
post #417 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post
Agreed. An amp that requires an AC adapter to charge it's batteries should come with an adapter, even if it is a little higher priced.
x2

I'd love to try both the LISA (and the MOVE) but I'm too lazy to try and find a suitable AC adaptor.
post #418 of 1070
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Originally Posted by ppl View Post
Out of all the LISA III Amps shipped only one other Amp (Other than the one mentioned hear) was returned for service and this was the result of incorrect AC adaptor as discovered by our service facility that ether the voltage was to high or the polarity incorrect.

Since this AC adaptor thing is so far resulted in 100% of the Defects i am thinking that maybe future amps have the AC adaptor included so as to eliminate this source of customer Frustration, However this would require the prece of the amp to be higher to compensate for the added cost of the adaptor.
As an optional choice maybe.
(Please be aware that in EU we use different plugs).
post #419 of 1070
Anyone actually paired LISA III Expedition with UE9?Sounded so good with LISA III I heard good response UE11 with LISA III.
post #420 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Wotan1 View Post
As an optional choice maybe.
(Please be aware that in EU we use different plugs).
I think we can get the adapter, I am here using the UK plug but no problem. Only it is required the Universal Voltage.
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