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post #181 of 346
True, just gotta burn it and my headphones in now

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post #182 of 346

I've decided I must try a maxed V3 Neco Soundlab amp!

post #183 of 346

^ You should, it's outstanding...

post #184 of 346

Mine should be here within the next few days.  What do you mean by maxed?

post #185 of 346

You should also ask him to fit star shaped surface flush screws instead of the regular philips, thats why I call mine neco v3.1 lolol

post #186 of 346
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Originally Posted by ninogui View Post

You should also ask him to fit star shaped surface flush screws instead of the regular philips, thats why I call mine neco v3.1 lolol

That's what I got, he doesn't like doing it though as they are a pita according to Neco.....
post #187 of 346

Very nice,..they are actually star non flush mount...But it looks cool.  

 

My T peos finally failed tried to fix it my self and...well didn't work. Somehow my strain relief failed and in opening broke some connections.  Only to realize the problem was in the cable itself. I might have been able to fix it if I had realized it was a wire failure.  A break somewhere.   So listening to my Klipsch S4's.  Wow with the Neco in there they sound pretty good.  I listened to about half a song with my H 100 before it failed.  Waste of an evening trying to fix.  Guess I will live with the Klipsch and wait for the H 200 deal. 

 

Kwon at shinwoo told me their would be a deal for head fiers.  Crossing my fingers for February.  Love the T-peos.  Using them with ear plugs fort tips.  Punched holes in them and cut them down to size.  

 

Now if I could just find a reasonably priced portable Sabre Dac with spdif input for my qa 350.

 

Was looking into that if I could keep my H 100s running or fix them.   Oh well change in priorities.

 

Happy Listening

 

jgwtriode

post #188 of 346
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That's what I got, he doesn't like doing it though as they are a pita according to Neco.....

 

True, besides drilling there´s some grooving work involved, but that´s life ! lol

post #189 of 346

Anyone compare this with the Magni, not for portability obviously, but for sound quality?

post #190 of 346
Originally Posted by imackler View Post

Anyone compare this with the Magni, not for portability obviously, but for sound quality?

 

Going off fuzzy memory... the Magni was more powerful.. and a touch brighter. I remember the V3 (with the 8610 opamps) seeming a little smoother & more spacious... again.. it's been a while since I've heard both.. but I doubt there are many current/prior owners of both.. so I'd thought I'd chime in.

post #191 of 346

Please tell me someone was listening Neco Soundlab BOSSFET V3? I would like to read the reviews, so I bought it, but not soon get through email.  It;s better when schiit asgard?


Edited by Uberzone - 3/11/13 at 7:18am
post #192 of 346
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Originally Posted by imackler View Post

Anyone compare this with the Magni, not for portability obviously, but for sound quality?


I have both now. To answer my own question, the Neco on high gain is more powerful.

post #193 of 346

Hey all! I have the V3. What kind of screw driver do I need for the front? I've never tried to open it and I don't want to strip anything...

post #194 of 346

It's either Torx 4 or 5. You would need a Torx screw driver.

post #195 of 346

Got mine 2 days ago and it's amazing! One thing I noticed is that the blue LED is too bright like a flashlight at night. So I replaced it with a much dimmer green one.

The seller is a very nice guy and I highly recommend this little AMP.

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