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post #2686 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post

so I said King wa payment n Pay Pal with all the details for my price quote how long do I expect before gets back to me

he answered all initial questions within 24 hours last month

going on almost 2 days before I heard back from him after I sent payment payment through the designated PayPal address with all the necessary details

And the punch line is ?

post #2687 of 2814

Sock it to me.........

post #2688 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Baxide View Post
 

And the punch line is ?

 

well I'm wondering what is taking him so long to reply... I mean he answered my MANY question within like an hour of me emailing him... it's been like 36 hours after I've sent MONEY and I sent it with my Price quote ect... ect... to the pay pal ect... ect...

 
I mean this is $655 where talking about and I have no idea if he's got it or not q.q 
post #2689 of 2814
Well 9/19 and 9/20 are public holidays in China and I suspect earliest they respond to anything would be next Monday. Doesn't help to have a super typhoon (maybe strongest in decades) approaching Guangdong province and likely to hit by Monday....

http://m.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2013/09/19/super-typhoon-usagi-strongest-storm-of-2013-may-strike-hong-kong-sunday/
post #2690 of 2814
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post

Well 9/19 and 9/20 are public holidays in China and I suspect earliest they respond to anything would be next Monday. Doesn't help to have a super typhoon (maybe strongest in decades) approaching Guangdong province and likely to hit by Monday....

http://m.washingtonpost.com/blogs/capital-weather-gang/wp/2013/09/19/super-typhoon-usagi-strongest-storm-of-2013-may-strike-hong-kong-sunday/

 

And there is the answer I was looking for... man what crappy timing >.> stupid Holidays and Typhoons

 
Well that is good to know, and oh crap... hope that doesn't  some how ruin the production of his amp 
post #2691 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

 

And there is the answer I was looking for... man what crappy timing >.> stupid Holidays and Typhoons

 
Well that is good to know, and oh crap... hope that doesn't  some how ruin the production of his amp

 

Which one did you end up getting?

post #2692 of 2814
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Originally Posted by thegunner100 View Post
 

 

Which one did you end up getting?

 

pff what does it matter, I have a feeling Murphy is gonna crap all over me... the 10ES2 

post #2693 of 2814

Unfortunately, your timing is a little bit out. Second most important holiday of the year there after the Chinese New Year. Both my parents are currently living in China and they love this one with everybody getting/sharing moon cakes. They are missing the family though!

post #2694 of 2814
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Originally Posted by daerron View Post
 

Unfortunately, your timing is a little bit out. Second most important holiday of the year there after the Chinese New Year. Both my parents are currently living in China and they love this one with everybody getting/sharing moon cakes. They are missing the family though!

 

Yea I'm glad I was able to find this out! Put's my mind at ease, and lawl what horrible timing on my part xD Oh hey I was born on the Chinese New Year... that's cool 

post #2695 of 2814
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Originally Posted by kkcc View Post


I opted for nfb28. It has a larger R-transformer as well as analog inputs to allow its amp section used with out DACs.

Didn't get to compare to 10.33 or 32 but the nfb28 pairs really well with my hd800 and lcd3 (both balanced)

 

I believe the 10.33 has the same larger R-transformer as the NFB-28.

 

The only differences I could see are:

 

1. DAC (dual WM8741 vs. ES9108)

2. NFB-28 has analog inputs to use as a headphone amp from an analog stage.

3. NFB-10.33 has dual balance XLR/RCA outputs (perhaps better for a multi-amp output stage).

 

 

So it is a DAC question for the most part.

post #2696 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Prohobo View Post
 

 

I believe the 10.33 has the same larger R-transformer as the NFB-28.

 

The only differences I could see are:

 

1. DAC (dual WM8741 vs. ES9108)

2. NFB-28 has analog inputs to use as a headphone amp from an analog stage.

3. NFB-10.33 has dual balance XLR/RCA outputs (perhaps better for a multi-amp output stage).

 

 

So it is a DAC question for the most part.

 

10.33 appears to have the transformer of 10.32 and 10ES2 (otherwise Audio gd would note that as a difference between 10.32 & 10.33), NFB-28 has larger transformer

post #2697 of 2814
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Originally Posted by i019791 View Post
 

 

10.33 appears to have the transformer of 10.32 and 10ES2 (otherwise Audio gd would note that as a difference between 10.32 & 10.33), NFB-28 has larger transformer

 

Oh...I see. I just saw that the 10.33 had a R transformer and assumed it was the same. I didn't know it was smaller than the NFB-28. Looks like different caps too.

post #2698 of 2814

Some good new for u guys, well good or bad

 

but I'm getting a 10ES2 my self, and I was wondering... "maybe I should have gotten the NFB 28] well after spending some time at the HE 6 thread... a good number of them feel the Nfb 28 and nfb 10es2 both do a great job of driving the he 6 BUT, there are other $500 amps that do a much better job

 

meaning, the extra power of the NFB 28 doesn't seem like enough for ME to warrant the upgrade. I'll stick with the 10ES2 and when I need more power, I'll snatch up one of the Master Series Amps and Dacs... that can shove 7w into 50... which I assume is the only "power" upgrade there is... till you get into his Speaker amps

 

so the nfb 28 at $750 vs Master 8 $1500 and Ref 5.32 Dac $900 so $2500 for an upgrade to the NFB 28 it seems... so yea I'll save $200 now and stick with the ES2, WHICH btw mine has hit America :D wonder when it will get to me ^^ 

post #2699 of 2814
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Originally Posted by Mshenay View Post
 

Some good new for u guys, well good or bad

 

but I'm getting a 10ES2 my self, and I was wondering... "maybe I should have gotten the NFB 28] well after spending some time at the HE 6 thread... a good number of them feel the Nfb 28 and nfb 10es2 both do a great job of driving the he 6 BUT, there are other $500 amps that do a much better job

 

meaning, the extra power of the NFB 28 doesn't seem like enough for ME to warrant the upgrade. I'll stick with the 10ES2 and when I need more power, I'll snatch up one of the Master Series Amps and Dacs... that can shove 7w into 50... which I assume is the only "power" upgrade there is... till you get into his Speaker amps

 

so the nfb 28 at $750 vs Master 8 $1500 and Ref 5.32 Dac $900 so $2500 for an upgrade to the NFB 28 it seems... so yea I'll save $200 now and stick with the ES2, WHICH btw mine has hit America :D wonder when it will get to me ^^ 

 

I don't think there is anyone who has the NFB-28 and HE-6? The NFB-28 is still really new. The NFB-10 is barely at the threshold for driving the HE-6. I'd say with maxed out volume and gain high quality recordings are definitely not loud enough. 
post #2700 of 2814
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post
 

 

I don't think there is anyone who has the NFB-28 and HE-6? The NFB-28 is still really new. The NFB-10 is barely at the threshold for driving the HE-6. I'd say with maxed out volume and gain high quality recordings are definitely not loud enough. 

 

Yea I figured as much.... honestly 

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