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post #16 of 1189
how is it really sound comparing to the tomahawk?
post #17 of 1189
Did Ray mention what the price will be? Is he taking pre order?
post #18 of 1189
I wonder how much capacitance it has? I believe the hawk has a large 15K microfarad. Its thick because of that cap.
post #19 of 1189
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Originally Posted by ZephyrSapphire View Post
Hmm. From the picture it's the same thickness as the Tomahawk. Guess that's out of a lot of people's list, regardless of how small or good it is.
I was hoping for an amp that was longer and thinner, more in the shape of the new Nano. I guess with the big caps that Ray uses it can't be done. Oh well, maybe next year.
post #20 of 1189
Thread Starter 
Caps, what caps?
post #21 of 1189
I find it amusing that we are now talking of a Tomahawk as being "too big".
post #22 of 1189
Whoa this is definitely worth a look! Thinking between a Voyager, Hornet or this Mustang xD
post #23 of 1189
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Originally Posted by jamato8 View Post
Caps, what caps?
Capacitors?
post #24 of 1189
We got to see/listen to a prototype which was in the housing, but the aluminum was not anodized.

You guys probably got to see/listen to what the final product will be.
post #25 of 1189
Thread Starter 
Well I had to get more information. I envy those who got to see and listen to the new amp.

The gain settings are, 2, 6 and 11, with a switch on board accessed from top, lithium ion, 60 hours of playback, 250mA output for each channel. The size is 1/2 inch shorter than the TH. There are two 50uf caps one for the + and -, which means your real reserve is in the battery. 200 units for Christmas with a special price below the $375 that it will sell for.

Most all of the colors you have seen on Ray's site. This is fun stuff!
post #26 of 1189
Q for anyone who heard it at the meeting - how does the sound compare to the SR-71A?
post #27 of 1189
jamato,

You made my day!
post #28 of 1189
I just don't see this as being any more portable than the Tomahawk I own and I don't have any headphones that require a gain of 11. Unless the sound quality is out of the park better than the Tomahawk I don't see any reason for me to change.
post #29 of 1189
what is the purpose of this amp that i can't get from an SR-71, Predator, or Tomahawk? is it a Hornet replacement? i just wanted to see what's new with the Mustang...
post #30 of 1189
Aluren,

Lets put it this way.... I just placed an order.
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