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post #31 of 40
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Originally Posted by 2wheels4me View Post
Exactly where are these published dimensions? When I visit his site, all I see is pics and a review. Am I blind?
u are not blind my friend. all u need is just ask:-

"The P-51 is the same thickness as the Predator, about 3mm narrower and 15mm shorter.

The P-51 is about 18mm thick, 58mm long and 45mm wide. The length excludes the volume control that is 8mm in length and 8mm in width."

trust me, its really small.....
post #32 of 40
Very small indeed.



post #33 of 40
Impressive size comparison, hope you enjoy it.
post #34 of 40
wow, the iQube looks huge when sitting beside the P51.
post #35 of 40
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Originally Posted by Lil' Knight View Post
wow, the iQube looks huge when sitting beside the P51.
Yes it is, the length of the iQube is 2 times the width of the P51.

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Originally Posted by mrarroyo View Post
Impressive size comparison, hope you enjoy it.
Thanks! I most definitely will, I'll let it run at least 70hours before I do some serious listening though.
post #36 of 40
What is your first impression when comparing these?
post #37 of 40
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Originally Posted by Lil' Knight View Post
What is your first impression when comparing these?
Hmm, I've only listened to the P51 for 30minutes since I got it using my Atrio. First impressions were that the P51 sounded congested with a narrow soundstage and slower in speed than my iQube. Bass quantity was slightly more, and mids were smooth but not forward (almost on par with the iQube).

I want to leave the P51 to burn in with my ESW10s before trying it again.
post #38 of 40
All I got to say about the out of the box and the final product is burn in......something I used to think was BS and makes all too much sense to my ears a year later....

Soundstage opens up around hour 65-75 IMO.


Been thoughly enjoying mine....right now I am in my sister's room - using her computer to finish something up and I have the FreQ's in since the CD1000 was leaking a bit too much while she watches the Disney Channel. Ohh - the glory of blocking children's television.!
post #39 of 40
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Originally Posted by wuwhere View Post
Not everyone wants/needs a DAC with their portable amps, like me.
I sold my Predator awhile back after realizing I wasn't using the DAC feature. Thought I would,but then didn't. I now have about 100 hrs. burn-in on the Mustang and really love it. Won't bother with my impressions because they compare favorably with others' reviews. But, addressing the title of this thread, I left Predator for Mustang because didn't use the DAC feature and am finding the sonic quality of Mustang on a par with anything else.

Plus it's insanely small and therefore super portable
post #40 of 40
Well, if you don't need the DAC, then go with the Mustang... it's TINY.
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