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post #601 of 1070
Price of the amp alone will be...?
post #602 of 1070
Has anyone compare the lisa III to the Gilmore Lite or other desktop AMPs?

I'm curious to know how the Lisa III holds up.
post #603 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Computerstud View Post
Has anyone compare the lisa III to the Gilmore Lite or other desktop AMPs?

I'm curious to know how the Lisa III holds up.
The only comparison between the LISA III and desktop amps is the grace m902. m902 wins, despite being analytical. Its also twice the price, we really need more comparisons.
post #604 of 1070
By the way I just noticed today that running LISA III of AC Adaptor not even with LLP already making the sound of LISA III Amp to be more open, More transparent, more dynamic, more energy, more detail/decay especially in the high department(I actually notice sparkle), better clarity, depth. Unplugging AC adaptor resulted in a darker veil sound using HD650(Equinox). Perhaps HD650 needs more juice?

Bottomline: running LISA III with AC Adaptor is better and more exciting despite many people say battery should be cleaner.
post #605 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
The only comparison between the LISA III and desktop amps is the grace m902. m902 wins, despite being analytical. Its also twice the price, we really need more comparisons.
Yes m902 wins compared to LISA. By the way try to use m902 with Freeway 2 and it's making m902 very musical.

LISA III itself is already very musical by nature. LISA III with AC adaptor making its sound quality better closing to m902.
post #606 of 1070
Can't wait till this becomes available for order again.
post #607 of 1070
I have the LISA III serial #5. I really want to get this hooked up properly, can someone recommend a proper RCA cable under $300 to use with it?

I prefer it short. What do you use?
post #608 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
I have the LISA III serial #5. I really want to get this hooked up properly, can someone recommend a proper RCA cable under $300 to use with it?

I prefer it short. What do you use?
I use an 8" Wyvern Audio Argentum Signature AG-8 for $150, it sounds fantastic, and offsets the slight warmness of the Lisa III making it very neutral and natural. This is the best interconnect I have heard sub $500.
post #609 of 1070
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Originally Posted by lexnasa View Post
I use an 8" Wyvern Audio Argentum Signature AG-8 for $150, it sounds fantastic, and offsets the slight warmness of the Lisa III making it very neutral and natural. This is the best interconnect I have heard sub $500.
good suggestion and duly noted
post #610 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
I have the LISA III serial #5. I really want to get this hooked up properly, can someone recommend a proper RCA cable under $300 to use with it?

I prefer it short. What do you use?
i don't know proper, but ask steve!!!!
i know he'll hook you up proper...
post #611 of 1070
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Originally Posted by tomo3014 View Post
i don't know proper, but ask steve!!!!
i know he'll hook you up proper...
There could be a huge thread about how Steve is the man. People that know this know who you are talking about even without the full member name. Of course I have contacted Steve a while ago and he is a top contender in consideration.
post #612 of 1070
i was searching around some local internet shops and i found a new XP with Tread PS.
i guess they have some stocks... but the price is just too much...
but i don't know if i can resist the wait anymore... lol

it's out for around 950
post #613 of 1070
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Originally Posted by tomo3014 View Post
i was searching around some local internet shops and i found a new XP with Tread PS.
i guess they have some stocks... but the price is just too much...
but i don't know if i can resist the wait anymore... lol

it's out for around 950
found it on headphile.co.kr

It includes an odd power supply that doesn't look like the official triad audio one, but pretty similar. Its still $150 more then default pricing. I bet Triad will have them back in stock on Friday.

Does anyone know if I could pop 230Mah batteries in the LISA III standard to replace the 150Mah and get more battery life? I mean, would they still recharge properly?
post #614 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
found it on headphile.co.kr

It includes an odd power supply that doesn't look like the official triad audio one, but pretty similar. Its still $150 more then default pricing. I bet Triad will have them back in stock on Friday.

Does anyone know if I could pop 230Mah batteries in the LISA III standard to replace the 150Mah and get more battery life? I mean, would they still recharge properly?
that's right.
that's the place.
well, the lisa should be coming out so.... we'll see.
post #615 of 1070
Couldn't believe that Lisa VS m902 can be this long... As an owner of both models, each has its own goods with different Signature. Lisa III+PSU seems to be some what comparable to grace m902 but grace itself doesn't seem to be good for today's non-sennheiser trend. If you own grace and use non-sennheiser headphone, you need to modify opamp to be somewhat like opa627. If you are considering between these two models without sennheiser, you'd better look down to something else not grace, like Lisa III unless you have tons of money and willing to modify. it
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