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post #136 of 197

Absolutely love the simple yet classy look!

 

Macro shot of Audio-gd NFB-10SE

post #137 of 197

Nice pic of the 10SE! 

post #138 of 197
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Nice pic of the 10SE! 


+1 makes it look a lot better than mine haha

post #139 of 197

I need to remember to take mine home from the office one of these days. Been sitting in the box for the last 3 days. It went out for repairs and the TE8022/remote upgrade a while back and I just haven't had the time to get everything reconnected. 

 

I was thinking about buying the Reference 20 as an upgrade but realized the thing is twice as wide as the NFB-10 and won't fit on my desk. Might pick up the Schiit Gungnir/Mjolnir and see how it compares instead.

post #140 of 197
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I was thinking about buying the Reference 20 as an upgrade but realized the thing is twice as wide as the NFB-10 and won't fit on my desk. Might pick up the Schiit Gungnir/Mjolnir and see how it compares instead.

Just set it on its side like the Nuforce offerings.  It'll totally work.

post #141 of 197
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Just set it on its side like the Nuforce offerings.  It'll totally work.

 

Lol. I just pulled up the spec sheets on the Nuforce Icon HDP and the Reference 20. The Nuforce weighs about 1 pound and Reference 20 about 33 pounds. Doesn't seem to be very good for the internals over the long run.

post #142 of 197
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Lol. I just pulled up the spec sheets on the Nuforce Icon HDP and the Reference 20. The Nuforce weighs about 1 pound and Reference 20 about 33 pounds. Doesn't seem to be very good for the internals over the long run.

It would make for an interesting conversation piece.

post #143 of 197
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Absolutely love the simple yet classy look!

 

Macro shot of Audio-gd NFB-10SE

 

That pic is playboy sexy redface.gif

post #144 of 197
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That pic is playboy sexy redface.gif

No, boobs are sexy confused.gif

post #145 of 197
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Originally Posted by steve2151 View Post

I need to remember to take mine home from the office one of these days. Been sitting in the box for the last 3 days. It went out for repairs and the TE8022/remote upgrade a while back and I just haven't had the time to get everything reconnected. 

How much did it cost you to get the TE8022 and remote upgrade?

post #146 of 197

Kingwa I was able to get them installed for the same price as the upgrade cost for a new unit ($90 for both). 

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Kingwa I was able to get them installed for the same price as the upgrade cost for a new unit ($90 for both). 

So if I send my NFB to King-Wa, he'll upgrade it to the TE8022 with asynch for $90?

post #148 of 197

You'll have to pay shipping both ways unless you're sending it in for repairs. That's about $80 each way from the US. On mine, the buttons would lock up if used for more 15 minutes.

post #149 of 197

I might be thinking of something else but it's a pretty simple upgrade isn't it? 

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So if I send my NFB to King-Wa, he'll upgrade it to the TE8022 with asynch for $90?

post #150 of 197
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I might be thinking of something else but it's a pretty simple upgrade isn't it? 

Probably, but I have zero DIY experience and it will inevitably be an expensive upgrade for what might be a marginal improvement.

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