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post #31 of 76

Bingo.  Be sure to select your door prize of choice before going home for the evening.
 

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Originally Posted by Uncle Erik View Post

No one is going to buy it. Most have enough sense to see through this. My gut says that there's something else going on here, maybe some kind of PayPal scam or one getting "lost" in the mail so a $2,000 insurance payment can be collected.
post #32 of 76

Thanks, I needed a good laugh after a bad day at work.

post #33 of 76
Quote:

No resistors,

capacitors, inductors, no step up psu, or other passive or active components.

So there is no degradation of the signal, no noise, frequency response from

0 Hz to way above 200Khz +or - 0Db.

 

So it's a straight wire without gain. Nearly the audiophile ideal. At least it's in a little box that lights up.

post #34 of 76

oh .. a pair of LED to light up the tubes from bottom.

 

post #35 of 76

maybe the guy is using this to launder money......

 

post #36 of 76

Does it look like 6922 tube?  Bugle Boys?  :D

 

200 KHz???  wow!

 

Suitable only for high quality high impedance (300-600 Ohms) studio headphones.

at least we know it is not suitable for LCD-2.  

post #37 of 76

Is this have anything to do with Singlepower amp?

 

Erik@ seller like that dont deserve even a single cent.

skylab@ I think best you report it to avoid victim.

post #38 of 76

Oh, ye of little faith.

post #39 of 76

The guy should have used a big fancy enclosure,esoteric name,volume control and maybe it could have convinced someone.

 

But it is like this :

 

Shigaraki 4717 Integrated Amplifier $1980 but with external PSU

 

47labs08_cl_270504.jpg

 

Talking about overpriced.


Edited by Omega17TheTrue - 9/1/10 at 1:05am
post #40 of 76
Thread Starter 

You guys do not realize that this is one more product of the economic crisis in Greece?

post #41 of 76

I heard there is another one to come, upgraded version without tubes and batteries. Energy lasts forever. No PSU needed. $5000 this time, you just need an attenuator...

post #42 of 76

funny-pictures-cat-has-a-half-full-glass.jpg

 

hello ...

post #43 of 76

Quote:

Originally Posted by Omega17TheTrue View Post

The guy should have used a big fancy enclosure,esoteric name,volume control and maybe it could have convinced someone.

 

But it is like this :

 

Shigaraki 4717 Integrated Amplifier $1980 but with external PSU

 

47labs08_cl_270504.jpg

 

Talking about overpriced.


How about this: Audio Zone AMP-1

 

Amp1.PNG

post #44 of 76

Looks like a joke. Not any technical specification and product description then asking US2000!

The quality of sounding is not completely depending on the simplicity of design on any tube amp, but also the quality of components.

Also, using battery to drive the high voltage tubes....silly!

 

post #45 of 76
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Originally Posted by Uncle Erik View Post

Interesting response:

 

 

 

Should I take one for the team?  :D


Draw up a schematic in MS Paint (battery connected to two tubes), and tell him you already got the schematic for free.  I want to know what he'll say.

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