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post #91 of 104
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Oh well, looks like someone is going to get a good deal on the Mystify via the FS forum. I decided rather than use the amp in a limited fashion, might be better to get something else, not sure what. I may just stick with the $69 CMOYbb, which is a very good value.


 

 


Would you consider shipping those to HK, because I wouldn't mind paying you to take them off of you. :P

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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Big black one at that. Not so sure it's good to have something sticking out like that on a portable device.



I felt the same way before actually having it. Once you actually use it, you grow fond of it due to the easy access. It's quite sturdy.



That's what she said.

post #93 of 104
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

Big black one at that. Not so sure it's good to have something sticking out like that on a portable device.



I felt the same way before actually having it. Once you actually use it, you grow fond of it due to the easy access. It's quite sturdy.



That's what she said.


Bwahahahaha!
Nice one man.

post #94 of 104

Would it work well with the HD25s?

post #95 of 104

Will this really improve my FA-003s? to a point where a difference can be heard during casual listening?

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Will this really improve my FA-003s? to a point where a difference can be heard during casual listening?



The synergy between the two is great and yes...even my wife could hear a difference.

post #97 of 104

They are hard to come by :( anyone selling one =D

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They are hard to come by :( anyone selling one =D



Hold tight. Some should be available soon. I heard that Fischer Audio is having trouble sourcing certain parts. Hopefully they will have some for sale very soon.

post #99 of 104

Hey guys!

New to Head-Fi here (but admittedly have been lurking this site for a few months now)  beyersmile.png

Couldn't help but notice this thread as I was looking for an amp that would synergize well with my Brainwavz HM5 (FA-003) which led to AF's Mistify. I'm currently on the "notify me!" waitlist for this item on GD-Audiobase but was wondering if anyone here knows if the Mistify is compatible with my Cowon D3. From what I could gather based on LFF's pics on the OP his set-up is a Ipod>3.5mm to 3.5mm male/male>Mistify amp. I was wondering why you choose to use a male to male connector instead of using a LOD and if there is any advantage in using either (from what I could gather on this forum a LOD is preferred because it bypasses the internal apple amp?). Thanks for all your help guys and I do apologize if this is a noob's post

 

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post #100 of 104

This amp has taken a long time to get to market. I wonder what the issue is?

post #101 of 104

I was looking for a portable amp...and i was wondering..is this the same as the mystify by fischer audio?

 

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http://gd-audiobase.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=160&category_id=23&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=2

 

they look pretty similar


Edited by KaixIndifferent - 7/2/12 at 8:57pm
post #102 of 104

I guess this amp is dead....

post #103 of 104

update MyST PortAmp II (MKII)

the concept is:

1. To get as much power as possible, to be able to work even with isodynam types HE series;
2 . To get 100 percent dual mono with a separate power supply for each channel supplied with its own battery.
3 . No potentiometers. Just the controller-based resistors (Nikitin type) to adjust the volume.
4 . Maximum show off at the price tag for those who think that the sound quality should not be less than “kilobuck” per channel. With the possibility of discounts for realminds.
5 And - yes – there should be a hint on the possibility of the measurable quality appliances as well.


Functional summary in brief:

1. Two line inputs on the 3mm jack
2 . Two headphones- out 3mm jack .
3 . Volume control - control encoder + Nikitin 128 positions - no problem with the channel imbalance at the zero level, and, with the due precision there is almost no sense of an abrupt increase in volume between adjacent samples.
4 . Press the encoder to change channels (running as a button).
5 . Powered by two rechargeable batteries - 18650 type.
6. Weight ... hmm .. Well it is pretty heavy -:) My scales showed 530gramm, but my balance is up to 40 grams as far as I know.
 

7 . Charging from an external power supply. You can use any standard or universal type. Current capacity of not less than the ampere and voltage of 5-6 volts.

After listening a little to the first sample my observations are following:

Shortly, I have nothing to write whatsoever about the sound, besides, that I did not hear any problem. Power is still something! The attack is beautiful, tonal balance - almost perfect ... We are waiting for the further measurements.

 

 

 

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