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Just Get...

Just get yourself a can of electronic dusting spray cleaner to keep it clean and dust free... and... some thick rubber gloves to protect you, if you ever work close to it while its powered up... and... who knows...

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post #17 of 355
I'm going to set it down into into an oak box to protect it 1/2 " gap on both sides and open in the front and rear. I Like the RCA's on the side. I think it way help keep the audio cables away from the power plug.
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buy/bought/review

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Inquiring minds must know. I just hit the buy button so perhaps in a couple of weeks, I can put it up against my new EF-1

Inquiring minds MUST know. Since I started all this, I'm very quite very curious; if you think of it, PM me when it arrives so I can watch the forums closer for your impressions. Sometimes I go "off" Head-fi for weeks on end to allow my wallet to relax. Drying out assists my 12-step program for OCD AudioHolics
post #19 of 355
My only concern with that amp is that im afraid there isnt enough support for the in and out jacks, except for some solder on the board.
Sometimes the walls of the amp support it some. Id put a support band around it or something. But it looks so cool though, i want one.
First thing i thought when i heard the name was Duggah, but people beat me to it...lol.

I dont think the Gilmore Lite, or the SS Millet from Whiplash is a rip-off.
People have to be careful what they spew around here.
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post #21 of 355
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supports & spew

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My only concern with that amp is that im afraid there isnt enough support for the in and out jacks, except for some solder on the board.
Sometimes the walls of the amp support it some. Id put a support band around it or something. But it looks so cool though, i want one.
First thing i thought when i heard the name was Duggah, but people beat me to it...lol.

I dont think the Gilmore Lite, or the SS Millet from Whiplash is a rip-off.
People have to be careful what they spew around here.

My Indeed Tube Buffer had a problem with the in and out jacks and I had to have my friendly local repair geek fortify them, so I see your point entirely. let's be clear here: I'm not endorsing the product, I just like the aesthetic.

As for the spew, there can occasionally be a bit of righteous indignation expressed here on Head-fi but those utterances usually say more about the spewer than the product. Mostly, in my experience, people with an axe to grind are truly the grinders.
post #22 of 355
I recieved my package from Indeed. I was surpirised at the fast shipping but when I opened it up I found a Topping integrated speaker amp. I emailed them and the got right back to me. They asked me to email a couple of pics and I assume they'll arrange return shipping. I'll get back on this later. The topper sells in thier ebay store for $90.00 + so I have one of thier more expensive amps. I can do a prisoner exchange.
post #23 of 355
Would fit in a laptop bag nicely. Tubes for the Hotel room, right? Anyone know if that tube has any good rolling options?
post #24 of 355
This looks intriguing, and isn't too expensive either.
post #25 of 355
this is what you get when you mate a Darkvoice and Shanling
post #26 of 355
"this is what you get when you mate a Darkvoice and Shanling"

Maybe in the embryo stage.
The tubes look very similar to the EF-1's. 12AU7 or something like that.
post #27 of 355
Very Quick Customer Service response. They seem very eager to correct the problem. The main label had the correct EMS number but the other two labels on the box had a different number on them, so I think that someone else somewhere is getting my Tube amp instead of thier Topping.They are shipping the new amp today and offered the T-Amp for half off, free shipping or return it and they'll refund the shipping back to CN. so I'm gonna go for it. It may be just the thing to use as a pre-amp for some 600ohm Calrad 15-148's I have on B/O.
post #28 of 355
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Would fit in a laptop bag nicely. Tubes for the Hotel room, right? Anyone know if that tube has any good rolling options?
6N11, 6DJ8, 6922, ECC88. There are a few options. Anything with the same pinout and a 6.3V 300mA heater would make sound.

It looks like the Sijosae amp is making another go around after it's initial conception a few years back. I'm not sure why people are latching on to this particular design. It does have similarities with the SSMH (tube heater biasing output transistor) but that's about it.

There's another vendor on e-bay selling PCBs and a kit. There's a thread in the DIY forum about it.
post #29 of 355
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The tubes look very similar to the EF-1's. 12AU7 or something like that.
It uses the 6.3V tube.
post #30 of 355
any further news on this?
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