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post #151 of 262

Woo Audio will display 3 new products at RMAF. 

 

1. WA-234 MONO: a new flagship mono-block headphone amplifier

2. WDS-1: 24/192k USB DAC

3. WTP-1: Top loading CD Transport

 

We look forward to meeting all of you soon.

 

Jack

 

 

post #152 of 262
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Woo Audio will display 3 new products at RMAF. 

 

1. WA-234 MONO: a new flagship mono-block headphone amplifier

2. WDS-1: 24/192k USB DAC

3. WTP-1: Top loading CD Transport

 

We look forward to meeting all of you soon.

 

Jack

 

 

 

Congratulations.  I look forward to getting some quality listening time.

 

 

post #153 of 262

I wonder if Audeze will be showing speakers at the RMAF show this time. It looks like it according to their website.

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I wonder if Audeze will be showing speakers at the RMAF show this time. It looks like it according to their website.



I didn't know Audeze made speakers, they don't have any on their site, just an empty category.

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I didn't know Audeze made speakers, they don't have any on their site, just an empty category.

According to the RMAF website, it shows Audeze will be showing their soeakers at the show.....It says they are magnetic full range planer speakers. This makes a must visit to their booth.
 

 


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post #156 of 262
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According to the RMAF website, it sgows Audeze will be showing their soeakers at the show.....It says they are magnetic full range planer speakers. Thus makes a must visit to their booth.
 

 


For sure I'll have to check that out. It's interesting how many headphone technologies are making their way into speakers. Last year I heard some electrostatic speakers and they were definitely one of my favorites.

post #157 of 262

The new Woo amp looks to be a groundbreaker and spoke with Craig from Eddie Current and he'll be showing a new amp that many will be interested in.

 

 

post #158 of 262

See you there , Nums!

post #159 of 262

All booked and registered.  JP consider me a volunteer if you need any help.

post #160 of 262
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. It's interesting how many headphone technologies are making their way into speakers. Last year I heard some electrostatic speakers and they were definitely one of my favorites.


Surely you mean that the other way around? Planar and ES loudspeakers were both around before the headphone versions. Janszen ESLs were patented in 1953 and QUADs came out in 57. Stax didn't happen until 1959. I guess the Wharfdales were the first planar cans. I think Maggies beat 'em by about 3 years.

 

post #161 of 262
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Surely you mean that the other way around? Planar and ES loudspeakers were both around before the headphone versions. Janszen ESLs were patented in 1953 and QUADs came out in 57. Stax didn't happen until 1959. I guess the Wharfdales were the first planar cans. I think Maggies beat 'em by about 3 years.

 



The Granddaddy of them all were the Acoustat X'x and Acoustatt Monitor III's with the DD servo OTL amps in the late 70's. With no crossovers or transformers in the signal path, the Acoustats make all other ESL's ever made sound broken.

 

post #162 of 262

I guess I'm just on a different calendar than you guys. Anyway, in an attempt to pull this back on topic, we will be bringing four headphone amps to RMAF - S.E.X. V2.1 2W headphone/speaker amp; Crack OTL headphone amp (with a new circuit for improved performance with medium impedance headphones); Smack single gain stage headphone amp with switchable balanced outputs; Paramount monoblock 300B headphone amps; a prototype of our new tube output DAC and a music server running Amarra 2.3; and my Nagra T Audio tape recorder with Bottlehead Tube Repro playback electronics, playing Tape Project tapes. We will have several sets of cans - AKG K1000, HD600 with balanced cable, HD650 with Cardas cable, AKG K701 with Stefan cable, MB Quart QP400, Skullcandy Aviator and a few more, and of course everyone is invited to stop by and plug in their own phones for a listen.

post #163 of 262
I can't wait Doc, see you at the show.
Originally Posted by Doc B. View Post

I guess I'm just on a different calendar than you guys. Anyway, in an attempt to pull this back on topic, we will be bringing four headphone amps to RMAF - S.E.X. V2.1 2W headphone/speaker amp; Crack OTL headphone amp (with a new circuit for improved performance with medium impedance headphones); Smack single gain stage headphone amp with switchable balanced outputs; Paramount monoblock 300B headphone amps; a prototype of our new tube output DAC and a music server running Amarra 2.3; and my Nagra T Audio tape recorder with Bottlehead Tube Repro playback electronics, playing Tape Project tapes. We will have several sets of cans - AKG K1000, HD600 with balanced cable, HD650 with Cardas cable, AKG K701 with Stefan cable, MB Quart QP400, Skullcandy Aviator and a few more, and of course everyone is invited to stop by and plug in their own phones for a listen.



 

post #164 of 262

Anyone flying JetBlue flight 97 out of JFK to Denver on Oct 13????  I am humble when I say I have a private car awaiting me at Denver airport.  My flight arrives Denver at 10pm.  I think I can add one or two more people into the car at no extra charge.  I have the red eye back to JFK on Sunday and can probably take one or two more as well to the Denver airport from the Marriott.  contact me if you are interested.

post #165 of 262
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Surely you mean that the other way around? Planar and ES loudspeakers were both around before the headphone versions. Janszen ESLs were patented in 1953 and QUADs came out in 57. Stax didn't happen until 1959. I guess the Wharfdales were the first planar cans. I think Maggies beat 'em by about 3 years.

 

Oh really? Well, you learn something new everyday.
 

 

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