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post #16 of 1141
Very nice looking Jam, any pics of the usb connecion? thanks.

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post #17 of 1141
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Originally Posted by TSi View Post
didnt they say the d2 viper and boa is gonna be same price, its only the 1st 100-150 that are "op amp swappable"
Now what kind of a marketing strategy would that be if you have two products with the same, in this case, sound. Lol.
post #18 of 1141
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Now what kind of a marketing strategy would that be if you have two products with the same, in this case, sound. Lol.
op amp swappable capability? tat sure made the first 150 vipers go fast enough... esp when its limited edition now.
post #19 of 1141
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op amp swappable capability? tat sure made the first 150 vipers go fast enough... esp when its limited edition now.
But if they did come up with something with a different sound, those people who bought the first 150 vipers MIGHT buy the Boa. Well of course, IF it DID have a different sound of course. But oh well, no point arguing. Any updates on the Boa?
post #20 of 1141
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But if they did come up with something with a different sound, those people who bought the first 150 vipers MIGHT buy the Boa. Well of course, IF it DID have a different sound of course. But oh well, no point arguing. Any updates on the Boa?
sure it can have a different sound, but then the people who bought the vipers just need to swap op amps... i eman, tats what its for...
post #21 of 1141
Having the ability to swap opamps is worth $100 to me. I can control the sound signature, anytime I want! If I get bored, I can change opamps, and it's like buying a new amp!
post #22 of 1141
As I said, no point arguing. It's either you're gonna buy it or not. Lol. Simple enough. Dangit the website is still down.
post #23 of 1141

More and more weird

Now it seems they have lost control/forgotten to renew their website?
And I which were ready to press buy somewhere for the d2
LL
post #24 of 1141
The new page is up Dang it looks "good"!
post #25 of 1141
Agreed, it looks good, now, if they only could get some more content.... My cc is waiting for that...
post #26 of 1141
Any idea about the price?
post #27 of 1141
Thread Starter 
The price looks to be around 160 dollars and it appears it charges from the USB or a USB adapter to a charger.
post #28 of 1141
hmm although ordering is up, the country part isnt working in the payment part <_< doesn't that need to be filled in...?
post #29 of 1141
Very interesting design indeed. So when you plug it into your pc, it's gonna charge the amp I suppose.
post #30 of 1141
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It appears so and there is an off and on switch for the charging. This would allow you to use the amp with your computer on battery but you won't drain the battery from your computer if you happen to be mobile as the batter in the Boa will last much longer than the battery in the laptop and there is no need to further drain the laptop battery for charging.

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