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HIFI AMP A1.jpg

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Awesome!

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It is design to pair our E7, E9!

 

We may have a promotion , sell 66pcs at US$66.66 ( includes worldwide free freight by DHL or UPS ) to only Head-Fi member!

 

Will you interested?

 

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Very much so! Considering the prices and quality of your other products, that sounds like an amazing deal!

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66 units to 66 Head-fi members? I want one!

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Originally Posted by olor1n View Post

66 units to 66 Head-fi members? I want one!



THX, as the first one who support to buy our A1, we will send you a free portable speaker S1 as free gift( Bonus)!

 

S1.jpg

 

http://www.fiio.com.cn/en/showproduct.asp?id=323

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Cool. Thank you.

 

So let me get this right. With the A1 I'll be able to go Macbook via optical > Audio-GD Fun rca line out > A1 > passive speakers? If so that's awesome. I was looking at purchasing an Audioengine A5 after my next headphone buy to complete my desktop setup. The Fiio A1 may be a better and cheaper alternative.

 

Edit: Riku540 was first in expressing interest so he may be more deserving of the gift.


Edited by olor1n - 12/1/10 at 3:02am
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14watts per channel isn't much, why only 14watts per channel, why not create a powerful amp like the e9 is a very powerful headphone amp, what about 200watts per channel id buy that.

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$66 is cheap. I want one!


Edited by firsthand - 12/1/10 at 3:53am
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I am definitely interested!  I was wondering what to do with an adapter as I'm putting together some electrostatic amps and I didn't want a huge one for the office but 14W is perfect for powering these adapters.

 

Count me in for one of the 66 biggrin.gif

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Cool. Thank you.

 

So let me get this right. With the A1 I'll be able to go Macbook via optical > Audio-GD Fun rca line out > A1 > passive speakers? If so that's awesome. I was looking at purchasing an Audioengine A5 after my next headphone buy to complete my desktop setup. The Fiio A1 may be a better and cheaper alternative.

 

Edit: Riku540 was first in expressing interest so he may be more deserving of the gift.


1, Yes, you can connnect A1 to the RCA line out from Audio-GD, and drive the passive speakers!

 

2, I am not sure Riku540 will like to buy one too! but if he will , we will also send him a free S1! and the 3th, 4th, 5th beyer!

 

 

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14watts per channel isn't much, why only 14watts per channel, why not create a powerful amp like the e9 is a very powerful headphone amp, what about 200watts per channel id buy that.



A1 is an desktop mini AMP, it is design to drive some small speaker ! the best will be some 3 or 4 inch speakers! and also the dimension  of A1 is the same as E9! so it is really not big and save your desk space!

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I am definitely interested!  I was wondering what to do with an adapter as I'm putting together some electrostatic amps and I didn't want a huge one for the office but 14W is perfect for powering these adapters.

 

Count me in for one of the 66 biggrin.gif



Of course!

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Originally Posted by Region2 View Post

I am definitely interested!  I was wondering what to do with an adapter as I'm putting together some electrostatic amps and I didn't want a huge one for the office but 14W is perfect for powering these adapters.

 

Count me in for one of the 66 biggrin.gif



Of course!


So when is it going on sale and where can I buy it?

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Originally Posted by JRG1990 View Post

14watts per channel isn't much, why only 14watts per channel, why not create a powerful amp like the e9 is a very powerful headphone amp, what about 200watts per channel id buy that.



A1 is an desktop mini AMP, it is design to drive some small speaker ! the best will be some 3 or 4 inch speakers! and also the dimension  of A1 is the same as E9! so it is really not big and save your desk space!


There aren't many 15watt passive speakers about , there normally 40watts plus , maybe you could make some small passive speakers to go with it.

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