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post #16 of 254
will the wireless adapter just clip into where the headphone cable would usually go into the sa6's?
post #17 of 254
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Originally Posted by Elluzion View Post
will the wireless adapter just clip into where the headphone cable would usually go into the sa6's?
Yes.
post #18 of 254
I'm glad that your surgery went perfect (and hope that you are feeling right), and I am really looking forward for that wireless technology, that would be ultra convenient (at least for me)... I only wish I had an SA6... so maybe I could have been chosen to try those wireless baby's
post #19 of 254
I can't wait to hear more details on this. How much it weighs, how bulky it looks when worn, approximate battery life, range, and of course, price.
post #20 of 254
Yeah, I just bought my Sa6 and now I want to know how much of this money that is currently burning a hole in my pocket I need to save lol. I want them regardless of anything.
post #21 of 254
I really hope to hear from this soon, sounds like a good deal... But there aren't updates about it...
post #22 of 254
Not sure what kind of updates you're looking for...Jason told us at the start of July that test units would be going out to certain people "in about 4-5 weeks" (i.e. the end of July/beginning of August -- still a couple weeks from now), with the public release occurring shortly after that. At this point, there's no reason to think Sleek is off-schedule...
post #23 of 254

We are still on schedule

We are moving right along. The main goal is to release it officially at the Digital Life show in NYC at the end of September.

One of the best parts of having a tethered wireless is we can play with the amp to adjust the characteristics. We really want to make sure we program the best configuration for all listeners. Including those that want a little more bass or punch

A few demo's will go out soon. I will be back in the office August 11th we will probably send them out then to get opinions for final tweaking.

Jason
post #24 of 254
Great to know that Jason!
Maybe I will save my money in favor of the Kleer SA6... that if my budget allows it!
Man... I am poor right now...
post #25 of 254
Nice, I'll be waiting for more good news then
post #26 of 254
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Originally Posted by JasonK View Post
One of the best parts of having a tethered wireless is we can play with the amp to adjust the characteristics. We really want to make sure we program the best configuration for all listeners. Including those that want a little more bass or punch
Very cool, Jason. I'm looking forward to the demo testers' impressions!

Also: When you talked about adjusting the amp's characteristics above, it occurred to me that an amp with its own user-adjustable VQ system (e.g. controls for the user to add/subtract bass and highs on the transmitter side) might be an interesting avenue to explore. Perhaps in later generations of the technology?

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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post
Nice, I'll be waiting for more good news then
Does this mean you're one of the lucky demo testers, ClieOS?
post #27 of 254
here is a picture of it:
post #28 of 254
No separate receivers (for each driver), that's awesome

I only hope the receiver isn't too heavy, otherwise you'll feel the pull of it when wearing it.
post #29 of 254
Awww... I really wanted them to had separate receivers... anyway, they look kinda cute; but as a neckband they lose (for me) the use I was searching out of them...
But good work, Jason!
post #30 of 254
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Originally Posted by Jelle Schrijver View Post
here is a picture of it:
Ah! Thanks for posting that! You know, I could have sworn I came across that picture a while ago, but all my searching turned up nothing, so I figured I was getting my mental image of Sleek's wireless system confused with some other device's. From that picture, it seems routing the cord over-the-ear will be the only reasonable way of wearing this -- which is a shame for me personally, as my SA6s stick out more than most users', making the over-the-ear thing unreliable. Hm. I'm still jonesing to try this, though. Like robojack, I really hope the receiver isn't too heavy.
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