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post #16 of 112
What time period did David or Sword suggest is needed for burn in ?

What was the final cost including delivery if you don't mind me asking please ?

Sorry about the trivial questions ....such a nice looking amp, even cooler with the Antec fan swap...that night shot is really cool..

Peete.
post #17 of 112
Thread Starter 
No clue about Burn-in, the final cost will be different to yours as I got the pre-order pricing...It's the equinox cable.
Cheers.
post #18 of 112
Hey juzmister what is your opinion on the noise level of the stock fan? How loud is it?
post #19 of 112
Interesting that they shoehorned fans in at the last minute. Sword Yang was saying it would be passive cooled only up until fairly recently, but I guess they found that in practice they just couldn't deal with the heat in an enclosure that small.
post #20 of 112
can't get similar one even double the price out of China. Trust me, it sounds too awesome!!!
post #21 of 112
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Originally Posted by juzmister View Post
No clue about Burn-in, the final cost will be different to yours as I got the pre-order pricing...It's the equinox cable.
Cheers.
Thanks...bummer about the price ..oh well I'm sure it will be of reasonable cost anyway

Enjoy the amp !!!

Peete.
post #22 of 112
Congrats, what's the manufacture no. on the machine?
As far as I know odering with a wanted No. is available.
post #23 of 112
Thread Starter 
Mine is n10, and the stock fan is really noisy
post #24 of 112
So are we going to have a new era of fan rolling now?

Does look lovely though.
post #25 of 112
If the design is at all similar to what I think it is they are trying to cope with a lot of heat with a very tight chassis layout. I'll be interested to hear how these hold up long-term. Otherwise I'd bet it's a great sounding amp.
post #26 of 112
I would have insisted on a larger chassis if it was up to me...but I guess they are trying to meet a price point. I agree with your assertion, n_maher...I hope the excessive heat does not effect longevity. Time will tell...

Peete.
post #27 of 112
may be it's good idea to have ventilation hole on the bottom and the side of the chassis? air can be sucked in from the outside by the fans at the bottom and dissipated to the side.
i would assume this has a very expansive soundstage , given that it has 4 amplification circuit for each of the 4 signal?
post #28 of 112
Thread Starter 
With the fans on there is no heat issue
post #29 of 112
While the heat issue seems concerning, I took a punt and ordered one. I have a few phones that are terminated in 4-pin XLR already, and was curiously to try balanced. PKJames or Juzmister, any further impressions sonically (or for that matter mechanically - heat/fan noise). I'm assuming you guys are running the phones and sources in your respective signatures with the LDVI?
post #30 of 112
Thread Starter 
It runs cool with the fans on...The fans are just noisy...
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