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post #796 of 1070
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
Are there any images straight on, showing the faceplate? Also some more level (lower) shots showing the side and face in one shot? Will the regular Lisa III have a full wood case also or just faceplate and endplate?
More LISA III Wood finishes shown LISA-III eSnips Folder
post #797 of 1070
Fantastic! For existing Lisa III owners, is there any chance that we could buy the wood cases/knobs separately from Triad and DIY change ourselves? I know warranty would probably be voided, but I'm OK with that.
post #798 of 1070
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Originally Posted by lexnasa View Post
Fantastic! For existing Lisa III owners, is there any chance that we could buy the wood cases/knobs separately from Triad and DIY change ourselves? I know warranty would probably be voided, but I'm OK with that.
This i do not Know, however ask Brad for that info ThanksWelcome to TriadAudio.net
post #799 of 1070
I would be interested in getting the wood panels for my Xp.
post #800 of 1070
Phil, those looks great! Congrats.
post #801 of 1070
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Originally Posted by lexnasa View Post
Fantastic! For existing Lisa III owners, is there any chance that we could buy the wood cases/knobs separately from Triad and DIY change ourselves? I know warranty would probably be voided, but I'm OK with that.

That would be a great idea !

I am surprise to see this is very similar to my first prototype. Only that for this one battery replacement is made possible

F. Lo
post #802 of 1070
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Originally Posted by fkclo View Post
That would be a great idea !

I am surprise to see this is very similar to my first prototype. Only that for this one battery replacement is made possible

F. Lo
Francis you do not need to replace the Battery in your XP it will Last forever that's why the case is permanently together because you will never have to replace the Battery in your Amp!!!! Just kidding When your amp was made we were just figuring out this Woodie Casement Thing and after a few early trys one of the things We learned is that one must provide a method to service the battery even in wood boxes, Imagine That!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
post #803 of 1070
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Originally Posted by ppl View Post
Francis you do not need to replace the Battery in your XP it will Last forever that's why the case is permanently together because you will never have to replace the Battery in your Amp!!!! Just kidding When your amp was made we were just figuring out this Woodie Casement Thing and after a few early trys one of the things We learned is that one must provide a method to service the battery even in wood boxes, Imagine That!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hummm so everyone should now thank me to provide the lessons on the fallacy of perpetual batteries

Thanks Phil. Seriously - I love my woodie XP - so much so that I am listening to my stock XP + LLP more in order to preserve the battery in the woodie

F. Lo
post #804 of 1070
Would I need the high gain version of the LISA for the notoriously hard-to-drive K701s (62 ohms impedance)?
post #805 of 1070
The standard gain on the Lisa has worked for me in my setup with the K701's.(iMod and portable V-Cap dock)
post #806 of 1070
Does the Lisa III have about the power of a desktop amp?

I'm flip-flopping between leaning toward a desktop or the Lisa for my K701s... people say that you need something with the power of a non-portable to power them.
post #807 of 1070
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Originally Posted by dgm View Post
Does the Lisa III have about the power of a desktop amp?

I'm flip-flopping between leaning toward a desktop or the Lisa for my K701s... people say that you need something with the power of a non-portable to power them.
I would say it has enough to compete against desktops, its definitely not in the normal portable category. Its got the voltage swing for the K701.
post #808 of 1070
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Originally Posted by manaox2 View Post
I would say it has enough to compete against desktops, its definitely not in the normal portable category. Its got the voltage swing for the K701.
Awesome... I think I'm officially getting a Lisa!
post #809 of 1070
I just want to add that when used with a desktop source (like a CD player with ~2V rms output ) the LISA provides more than enough power to work with the K701. Actually some home amps may have less juice than the LISA (in default gain).

On the other hand, compared to the very high-end desktop amps, the LISA has less voltage swings - due to a design consideration to also accommodate the batteries. Nevertheless, what you can tap from the LISA (power + voltage swings) would be enough to make your K701 shine, and make you happy for a long while

F. Lo
post #810 of 1070
One problem that i have had that a wood back panel wood fix is that you get crashes in audio if the back RCA posts or connectors touch the project box during portable use. I remedied it by covering the drilled holes with electrical tape but wood would work. Anyone else have this problem, i think they need to think about rubber gaskets around those back holes fot the next batch.

Back on page 79 i mentioned that Brad had gotten back to me with in 24 hours but that was over a month ago and i am still waiting for the parts, one of them since November. Guess i'll fire him another email.
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