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post #121 of 823
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rarely ripped from original cd .

most often from torrents.

but do check the quality using some spectrum analyser

is there such a software:blink:??

 

pardon me frombeing so naive but pls share the details as i am tired of downloading bad torrents

post #122 of 823
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Good news is that now we get a lot of components in India (Meridian audio has 3 showrooms in India), although very expensive still (Meridian explorer might be a good addition to a desktop rig, but is clearly 70% more expensive than if one sources it from the US/elsewhere).  Should be interesting to see how things pan out.

+1. There is an Audez'e dealer in Bengaluru who is yet to return my call in, oh, 1 year. I can get stuff like NAD DACs in Chennai. But headphones in general are still scarce. Importing them/buying them from Head-fiers is still the way to go, IMO.
post #123 of 823
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+1. There is an Audez'e dealer in Bengaluru who is yet to return my call in, oh, 1 year. I can get stuff like NAD DACs in Chennai. But headphones in general are still scarce. Importing them/buying them from Head-fiers is still the way to go, IMO.

 

How much do they quote for NAD M51?

 

You mean ARN? May be you should try your luck again.

post #124 of 823

I haven't used it but people use Audacity to check the sample rate and bit depth of downloaded material.  In particular, trying to identify whether sites like HD Tracks are really selling high quality audiophile tracks or simply upsampled versions.

 

http://audacity.sourceforge.net/about/features

 

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is there such a software:blink:??

 

pardon me frombeing so naive but pls share the details as i am tired of downloading bad torrents

post #125 of 823
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Originally Posted by esanthosh View Post

How much do they quote for NAD M51?

You mean ARN? May be you should try your luck again.
NAD is 1.27L. Never will I bother with ARN again but thanks
post #126 of 823

man i think the best dealer was lynx,chandigarh

 

he had a very huge variety but unfortunately he had to close down due to fraudulent practices.

 

now he deals in only data recovery and stuff like that.

post #127 of 823
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appreciated,i will take a look

post #128 of 823

kothganesh, one of the co-founders of Audeze is Sankar (Thiagasamudram), a Tamilian who went to school in my home town (Coimbatore) and is an engineer from our own PSG Tech. When I bought my LCD-1, I had the opportunity to interact with him over phone. Warm and unassuming. You should try and send him a line, so he gets a chance to right things.

post #129 of 823
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kothganesh, one of the co-founders of Audeze is Sankar (Thiagasamudram), a Tamilian who went to school in my home town (Coimbatore) and is an engineer from our own PSG Tech. When I bought my LCD-1, I had the opportunity to interact with him over phone. Warm and unassuming. You should try and send him a line, so he gets a chance to right things.

Interesting .....he did his engineering in India , did not know that .
post #130 of 823
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kothganesh, one of the co-founders of Audeze is Sankar (Thiagasamudram), a Tamilian who went to school in my home town (Coimbatore) and is an engineer from our own PSG Tech. When I bought my LCD-1, I had the opportunity to interact with him over phone. Warm and unassuming. You should try and send him a line, so he gets a chance to right things.
I've read about him on the web. I'll do that, thank you.
post #131 of 823
Greeting everyone. I'm planning to buy Emotiva mini-x a-100 for my HE-500. Do anyone know how is the customs handling in chennai? By the way I'm from Nagercoil(Tamilnadu).
post #132 of 823
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Greeting everyone. I'm planning to buy Emotiva mini-x a-100 for my HE-500. Do anyone know how is the customs handling in chennai? By the way I'm from Nagercoil(Tamilnadu).

 

You better hurry man, the sales will end this sunday.

post #133 of 823
I didn't know that. Thanks for info. Guess I'll buy one right away and worry about other things later.
post #134 of 823
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Greeting everyone. I'm planning to buy Emotiva mini-x a-100 for my HE-500. Do anyone know how is the customs handling in chennai? By the way I'm from Nagercoil(Tamilnadu).

It's purely based on ur luck. Will not go beyond 15% of purchase value.
post #135 of 823
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It's purely based on ur luck. Will not go beyond 15% of purchase value.


but it is listed as 30% in the customs website

 

i don't remember the breakup though

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