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post #46 of 73

the wait is killing me >_<

post #47 of 73
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Good news is that we finally get the TPA6120 and have to  pay double cost!

post #48 of 73
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Originally Posted by feiao View Post

Good news is that we finally get the TPA6120 and have to  pay double cost!


TPA6120 is good chip but are you sure that paid double cost is good news for you???

 

Still waitng for E9.

post #49 of 73
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Yes, that means we can ship out our order early! and we will not increase the price!

 

The final PCBA will be made tomorrow, to confirm all the bug had been fixed,  so the PCB and other components can  be sent out to SMT!

 

We are not hurry to make profit !!

post #50 of 73

feiao, please post a link here where we can buy the e9 once it's ready (hopefully i can purchase from australia >_<)

post #51 of 73

One question, I think you guys know that but anyway, you are considering that for us guys receiving this amp in Mexico, USA and I think Canada (correct me if i am wrong) you need to send power supply connectors for 110V-120V.

And with this type of connector. (I mean the two metal strips not the black brick)

website-plug-1-us.jpg

I know this is maybe a obvious thing and you know that, but it happened to me before that they send me another type of plug with different voltage rating. 

post #52 of 73
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Originally Posted by renegg View Post

One question, I think you guys know that but anyway, you are considering that for us guys receiving this amp in Mexico, USA and I think Canada (correct me if i am wrong) you need to send power supply connectors for 110V-120V.

And with this type of connector. (I mean the two metal strips not the black brick)

website-plug-1-us.jpg

I know this is maybe a obvious thing and you know that, but it happened to me before that they send me another type of plug with different voltage rating. 


Thanks for your reminding! E9 come with such type of power adaptor, and it may have some problem in UK ! maybe we will put a universal adaptor in the giftbox ! about the voltage, it can support 110-250v!

post #53 of 73
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Originally Posted by feiao View Post




Thanks for your reminding! E9 come with such type of power adaptor, and it may have some problem in UK ! maybe we will put a universal adaptor in the giftbox ! about the voltage, it can support 110-250v!


If you are going to sell this in the uk market you can't supply a plug that won't the sockets, maybe you do what seagate did with there portable harddrives include a adaptor that has the pins clipped on so you can change between 2 & 3pin.
 

post #54 of 73

I have a question can the e9's line-in be used to record stuff to the pc???, like a proper soundcard???.

post #55 of 73
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I have a question can the e9's line-in be used to record stuff to the pc???, like a proper soundcard???.


Sorry not, The E9's Line in only work as input to the amplifier!  there are not any ADC converter inside!

post #56 of 73

Ok, but what about recording the sound that goes though it via the pc, i currently can't do this with the e7 as there are no stereo mix drivers for it, will the e9 support this and have drivers to record??.

post #57 of 73

E9 only amplifies analog signal. To record analog signal to digital data you will need an ADC section built into the device, and neither E9 nor E7 have one, so the short answer is: you can't record anything via E7 or E9. Use the line-in jack on your PC instead.

post #58 of 73

I  think a dual dock have been nice too, then i think i actually would have bought this dac/amp. Like a computer audio swiss tool

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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

E9 only amplifies analog signal. To record analog signal to digital data you will need an ADC section built into the device, and neither E9 nor E7 have one, so the short answer is: you can't record anything via E7 or E9. Use the line-in jack on your PC instead.


I don't think i explained myself clearly the second time, i want to play music though it though usb and then stream what it is playing to a server via butt (broadcast using this tool) , but i can't with the e7 at the moment as there is no stereo mix option for it under recording . I'm not sure if this is a driver problem or the device can't actually do this.

post #60 of 73

It is the same thing. For E7 or E9 to appear under 'Recording Device', the device itself must be able to record (or more correctly, accept input), which means it will need an ADC section. E7's DAC only supports outputing analog signal to the headphone-out and the dock, nothing else. What you need is a dedicated music server type of device, i.e. Squeezebox.

 

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Originally Posted by JRG1990 View Post

I don't think i explained myself clearly the second time, i want to play music though it though usb and then stream what it is playing to a server via butt (broadcast using this tool) , but i can't with the e7 at the moment as there is no stereo mix option for it under recording . I'm not sure if this is a driver problem or the device can't actually do this.

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