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post #721 of 1070
Do you know what the standard is lasting now a days? Still 6 hrs?
post #722 of 1070
Has anyone tried the 9 Volt 325 mAh NiMH CTA Digital Battery?

9v batteries rechargeable, nimh
post #723 of 1070
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Originally Posted by Pangaea View Post
Do you know what the standard is lasting now a days? Still 6 hrs?
Yes, but I'll post sometime this weekend on what it is with 300 Mah batteries if it works. Theoretically that should give it 11-12 hours since the default is only 150 Mah, but my bet is on 9.
post #724 of 1070
Around 7 hours from what I have read with the 150mA 9 volt battery. Double that with a 300mA and a little over 90 with the 2100mA AA's used in the XP.
post #725 of 1070
Alright boys... thanks for the help. Pulled the trigger on a silver standard. I figure with lithium 9 volt batteries I will have about 50 hours if I really need more than the rechargeables can offer. I can live with that. I also grabbed the charger you recommended Manaox. I just need to track down a good (short) rca to mini. Thanks again for the quick info...
post #726 of 1070
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So what are you doing, flipping the board over?
Yes due to the design of the case when it is flipped over there is a bit more clearance on the top since it is the panel slides on.
post #727 of 1070
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Alright boys... thanks for the help. Pulled the trigger on a silver standard. I figure with lithium 9 volt batteries I will have about 50 hours if I really need more than the rechargeables can offer. I can live with that. I also grabbed the charger you recommended Manaox. I just need to track down a good (short) rca to mini. Thanks again for the quick info...
Sounds good, Remember you will have to grab a power cord somewhere, I suggest an old computer monitor or tower power supply. It shouldn't be too hard to find one laying around. Check a thrift store or something if need be.
post #728 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
I ordered this to according to what others recommended and used. Its 24V. I don't see where it states the maximum amperage. I guess in that case though, I would recommend this:

ELPAC POWER SYSTEMS | MW1224-760-NC-BK | Power Supplies | Power Products | Newark.com

However, mine does not have a problem.

P.S. Good Choice! I'm burning in on some Daft Punk - Discovery right now.
I can second this, this medical PSU works really well, I have had no problems with it atall.
post #729 of 1070
Can anyone recommend a good gear bag for this monster?
post #730 of 1070
How actually the waiting times? is it in stock and ready to ship?
post #731 of 1070
Yes, in stock- goes out upon order. The only questions they had for me were plate/ case colors.
post #732 of 1070
Does anybody use this amp with the Furture Sonics M5? If so, how does it sound? Does this amp work well with IEMs or is it meant for bigger headphones?
post #733 of 1070
It all depends. I read that some users have very positive experience with IEMs on the LISA III. However, to my knowledge, the LISA III is not designed around IEMs.

F. Lo
post #734 of 1070
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Originally Posted by acidtripwow View Post
Does anybody use this amp with the Furture Sonics M5? If so, how does it sound? Does this amp work well with IEMs or is it meant for bigger headphones?
I has some hiss with all IEMs I have tried. It sounds great, but can hide the lower detail. The only IEM I would expect to not have this hiss would be the Etymotic ER4S. You can use an attenuator as well, but I find that it generally dulls the sound.
post #735 of 1070
I picked up a resistor from Turbo which I plan on using with Etys - I can give feedback once the amp and resistor arrive. I should have both by next week.
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