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post #496 of 1070
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Originally Posted by ppl View Post
Many thanks for all your support and enthusiastic response to the LISA III, However i bring sad news, Lisa III's are sold out and TRIAD Audio has not secured a contract as of yet to manufacture the Next batch.
Phil,

Does this also mean that the Lisa Power Supply will not be made available now?
post #497 of 1070
PPL,
This decision must be hard for you guys. After all the (personal) investment and positive expectations, to pull the plug. I'm feeling with you and Larry. Hope somehow that you are able to find a solution. All the best.
post #498 of 1070
It's Phil and Brad, not Larry anymore
post #499 of 1070
That is terrible news I hope that something changes and your ability to continue producing this magnificent amp at the original pricepoint, continues.

Best of luck!

RIDE
post #500 of 1070
This is sad to hear, in that the Lisa III is such a terrific amp , it would be a shame if more people didn't get the chance to own one! Let alone the fact that I guess that puts my Woody XP in jeopardy
post #501 of 1070
That's bad news, I only decided to buy yesterday and sent an e-mail to Brad. Guess I don't get one this time. I certainly hope Triad can find another manufacturer, I want one of these.
post #502 of 1070
yah dang, and i was planning on ordering one in a few days, just havent decided which version. Damn you indecision, you've foiled me again!
post #503 of 1070
OK LISA III after 200hrs:
Definitely better than Millett! The review has changed again. LISA III with iMOD -> Jena Vampire Cable -> UE9 sounds VERY TUBEY and WARM!!! yet the detail is still impressive.

In terms of musicality, I can hardly distinguish the two now. But LISA sounds more refined, detailed, depth, dynamic, etc. There is really no reason for keeping Millett anymore now, except of course Millett is more portable instead of transportable.
post #504 of 1070

ELPAC


ELPAC POWER SYSTEMS WM080-1950-760 External Plug-In Power Supply; Series:WM; Output Voltage:24V; Output Power Max:8W; Output Current:0.33A; Number of Outputs:1; Leaded Process Compatible:No; Peak Reflow Compatible (260 C):No; Size/Dimensions:81.28 X 55.88 X 48.26 mm RoHS Compliant: No


I getting confused and to be honest a bit stressed by this adapter stuff. I noticed that this one was recomended on the Triadaudio forum. However if I understand the descriptio correct, this one has .33A and I was advised I needed 500mA (.5A). Will this elpac work for Lisa?
post #505 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Wotan1 View Post

ELPAC POWER SYSTEMS WM080-1950-760 External Plug-In Power Supply; Series:WM; Output Voltage:24V; Output Power Max:8W; Output Current:0.33A; Number of Outputs:1; Leaded Process Compatible:No; Peak Reflow Compatible (260 C):No; Size/Dimensions:81.28 X 55.88 X 48.26 mm RoHS Compliant: No


I getting confused and to be honest a bit stressed by this adapter stuff. I noticed that this one was recomended on the Triadaudio forum. However if I understand the descriptio correct, this one has .33A and I was advised I needed = or > 500mA (.5A). Will this elpac work for Lisa?
My understanding is that the 500mA is the max current. As long as the regulated voltage is correct and lower amperage should work ( I doubt if the LISA will draw 300mA during normal operation - that is a lot of power already). A lower amp rating may mean slower charging - but again I think the internal charging circuit will regulate as well because too quick a charge rate is no good to the battery life.

In short, yes, I think the Epac should work fine as a charger.

F. Lo
post #506 of 1070
Ok. so this is the one that you all are using. Right? http://www.newark.com/jsp/Power+Prod...jsp?sku=16F126

And 0.33A is enough. Right?

Does it come with matching plugs?

I'm in Europe. I need different pins. I can buy the adapter for the adapter, but prefer not.
What would be the part number for EU use? Anyone?
post #507 of 1070
I think the Epac WM series is 110V only. You will need to look for a 220 or 240 V one.

F. Lo
post #508 of 1070
Ok,

Thanks,
So wrapping up I need
220v>24v (max)
max 500ma amp
With Center positive plug
60 hz
Regulated

Any brand will do...

Right?
post #509 of 1070
This is what I got from the techsupport from Newark.com.

'The WM080-1950-760 does not have interchangable plugs on either the outputnor input. The output connector is 5.5mm x 2.5mm. Also this power supplywill not work at 220V. The highest voltage it is rated for is 132VAC at60Hz'.

So the search will go one..
post #510 of 1070
Quote:
Originally Posted by Wotan1 View Post
This is what I got from the techsupport from Newark.com.

'The WM080-1950-760 does not have interchangable plugs on either the outputnor input. The output connector is 5.5mm x 2.5mm. Also this power supplywill not work at 220V. The highest voltage it is rated for is 132VAC at60Hz'.

So the search will go one..
I think that Triad Audio really needed to address this issue of power supplies, even if it was just giving the catalogue numbers of suitable power supplies from suppliers in the various national markets. The battery life of the Lisa III is short and people need to be able to buy a PSU without all this stress and hassle.
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