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anyone know how i can contact norm?

i heard he sold the rights to someone in singapore... i hope i can get my amp fixed either way.
The company is Jaben, and their link is to your right under Head-Fi Sponsors.

In another thread, someone was trying to get ahold of Norm because their V5 jack is broken and apparently Norm shut down his e-mail and blocked all PMs on Head-Fi. I don't care if Norm retired or not, he should still offer service for products that he has just sold. He was an amp manufacturer, and I'm sorry but the whole "retiring from the amp business" line is getting kind of old since we've heard it so many times. I wished him the very best this last time but if this is how he is going to handle things, I might have to retract my good words. The V5 may be out of warranty but the V7 is not. Norm was always polite, attentive, and responsive. This doesn't seem like the typical behavior you would expect of him. I will find it pretty disappointing if Jaben won't warranty equipment he has already sold since Norm certainly isn't.
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The company is Jaben, and their link is to your right under Head-Fi Sponsors.

In another thread, someone was trying to get ahold of Norm because their V5 jack is broken and apparently Norm shut down his e-mail and blocked all PMs on Head-Fi. I don't care if Norm retired or not, he should still offer service for products that he has just sold. He was an amp manufacturer, and I'm sorry but the whole "retiring from the amp business" line is getting kind of old since we've heard it so many times. I wished him the very best this last time but if this is how he is going to handle things, I might have to retract my good words. The V5 may be out of warranty but the V7 is not. Norm was always polite, attentive, and responsive. This doesn't seem like the typical behavior you would expect of him. I will find it pretty disappointing if Jaben won't warranty equipment he has already sold since Norm certainly isn't.
lol, that was me a few threads down.
post #93 of 101
He even stated on his site he would keep offering service on his old products. This is really weird.
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Originally Posted by jgonino View Post
He even stated on his site he would keep offering service on his old products. This is really weird.
i wish that were true.

maybe he is, but i just can't get in contact with him.
post #95 of 101
anyone know how someone who knows how to contact norm? damnit, this amp is sitting useless here...
post #96 of 101
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anyone know how someone who knows how to contact norm?
I apologize in advance if my suggestion is something you've already tried unsuccessfully, but, have you tried to contact him by sending a PM to tigger? Again, if you've already tried that and you were not successful, then, "Never Mind!".
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I apologize in advance if my suggestion is something you've already tried unsuccessfully, but, have you tried to contact him by sending a PM to tigger? Again, if you've already tried that and you were not successful, then, "Never Mind!".
yeah m8, i've already tried. no need to apologize. even tried searching up old e-mails from when i purchased my amp... that address no longer works. i guess he's completely closed shop.

listening to my gv5 sucks when the right channel goes out every time i move. an alternative to fixing the problem would be much appreciated... anyone know how i can fix it?
post #98 of 101
He has two amps up on the F/S forum if you want to try contacting him that way.
post #99 of 101
u mean norm? could u post a link? wouldn't know how to find it.. thanks.
post #100 of 101

 

Hi all Go Vibe owners

 

Recently, I bought from dynagroove (here on the board) his Go Vibe V7 Max Extra. I'm VERY happy with it!

 

I just have two questions that I'm hoping somewhere out there can answer:

1) It came with a "rechargeable"  200mAh NiMH 9.6V battery and 12V regulated power supply. This work fine. However, If I want to travel with the amp, is it better to use a different type of battery (Alkaline or Lithium)? 

2) When this battery poops out, is the mAh rating important to the sound/performance of the amp? I've noticed that there are quite a few different rechargeable 9V available with varied mAh rating. 

 

TIA 

BK

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Originally Posted by Bambooken View Post

 

Hi all Go Vibe owners

 

Recently, I bought from dynagroove (here on the board) his Go Vibe V7 Max Extra. I'm VERY happy with it!

 

I just have two questions that I'm hoping somewhere out there can answer:

1) It came with a "rechargeable"  200mAh NiMH 9.6V battery and 12V regulated power supply. This work fine. However, If I want to travel with the amp, is it better to use a different type of battery (Alkaline or Lithium)? 

2) When this battery poops out, is the mAh rating important to the sound/performance of the amp? I've noticed that there are quite a few different rechargeable 9V available with varied mAh rating. 

 

TIA 

BK

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