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...Right after I've ordered my 234, could've saved a hefty chunk there :P
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I'm hoping Woo will offer pre-orders for the WA8 early next year for a nice discount. I'll be all over that.

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Originally Posted by Fririce0003 View Post


...Right after I've ordered my 234, could've saved a hefty chunk there :P

 

If it has't shipped, we'll honor the discount.  ;)

 

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I'm hoping Woo will offer pre-orders for the WA8 early next year for a nice discount. I'll be all over that.

 

Thank you for your continued support.  We'll definitely take care of fellow Head-Fi members when the WA8 is ready.


Edited by HiFiGuy528 - 11/21/14 at 10:57pm
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If it has't shipped, we'll honor the discount.  wink.gif


Thank you for your continued support.  We'll definitely take care of fellow Head-Fi members when the WA8 is ready.

Hahaha, all good. I ordered it through A2A in Australia anyways. Just looking forward to getting it smily_headphones1.gif
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Would it be a waste to try high-end USB cable between WA7 and HD800? If it's worth a try, any suggestions?
How high-end of a USB cable are you thinking about, and what are you using as a dap/source?
Edited by bpcans - 11/21/14 at 11:09pm
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Sorry for the newbie question, but will a Mullard 5Z4GT work OK in a WA6SE? I know the 5Z4 is on the Woo compatible list, but what does the 'GT' mean?

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Sorry for the newbie question, but will a Mullard 5Z4GT work OK in a WA6SE? I know the 5Z4 is on the Woo compatible list, but what does the 'GT' mean?

The GT is just a bulb description I think, G is for glass and T is tubular. Though some say the T is for the size of the bulb, but I've seen both tall and short GT designations.
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Originally Posted by Fririce0003 View Post


The GT is just a bulb description I think, G is for glass and T is tubular. Though some say the T is for the size of the bulb, but I've seen both tall and short GT designations.

 

Makes sense  - thanks. I've seen it described as a GZ30, by any other name...

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Up early to watch Live Formula 1 qualifying from Abu Dhabi. Just a note to let you guys' know that Sophia Electric is having a Black Friday sale. It's worth a look.
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Nice. Wish I was in the market for another woo amp. I might have to pick up a stand or two though.
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Up early to watch Live Formula 1 qualifying from Abu Dhabi. Just a note to let you guys' know that Sophia Electric is having a Black Friday sale. It's worth a look.

I don't see anything on their site about this?

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I don't see anything on their site about this?
I didn't see it either on their website. The sale info was contained in an email I got from them yesterday. If you call or email them at sales@sophiaelectric.com I'm sure you'll get through.
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I don't see anything on their site about this?

 

 

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I didn't see it either on their website. The sale info was contained in an email I got from them yesterday. If you call or email them at sales@sophiaelectric.com I'm sure you'll get through.

i see 10% off and free shipping right on the homepage 

 

 

 

NOW THROUGH DEC 1ST, 2014
ALL WOO AUDIO PRODUCTS 10% OFF + FREE CONUS SHIPPING

NOW THROUGH DEC 1ST, 2014
ALL WOO AUDIO PRODUCTS 10% OFF + FREE CONUS SHIPPING

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Free Shipping,high currency you guys have all the luck ! :confused:

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So I was reading about the Woo 234 Monoblock and it looks really impressive. However I noticed a bit of an inconstancy. They say that "No semi-conductors are used anywhere in the circuit." but then I saw this picture on the bottom of the page:

 

 

I don't know about you but on the right of that side of that capacitor, it really looks like a semiconductor. It could be a mistake and the picture is from another amp they have.

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