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post #691 of 855

Guys, the cable on my Brainwavz B2s are getting undone. I was wondering if anyone can help me braid the cable then solder a plug on? I don't know how to do any soldering etc. And also, anyone still interested in the Melbourne meet, there will most likely be a second one, so if you want to go, just post there. 

Thanks

post #692 of 855
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post

Damn $70 for a EHHA amp without the pots, psu and umbilical? Man would've jumped on the deal like rabid dog as I have all the parts that amp is missing. :(

 

zobinxx if you ever want to let go the amp, let me know. wink.gif

Hell no. It looks too good to let go. Even if I have no use for it I will put it in a glass cabinet to show off  tongue.gif

 

Now if you're so kind to fills the missing parts, I will write your name in my will evil_smiley.gif

post #693 of 855

I heard this amp at John's place just after he built it.   I was impressed..

post #694 of 855
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Originally Posted by xzobinx View Post

Hell no. It looks too good to let go. Even if I have no use for it I will put it in a glass cabinet to show off  tongue.gif

 

Now if you're so kind to fills the missing parts, I will write your name in my will evil_smiley.gif

hehe...

 

Hell no I'm not filling in for the missing parts. But I do have 3 dual sigma boards populated with matching 240v transformers and 3 balance pots just to tease you :)

post #695 of 855
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I heard this amp at John's place just after he built it.   I was impressed..

I did read about your being impressed while looking for this amp's history. John deserves every bits of the "clean" in Johnwmclean. Kinda wish I got it in one piece since his psu's layout is unique and special.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/471094/diy-psu-layout-looks-like-a

 

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hehe...

 

Hell no I'm not filling in for the missing parts. But I do have 3 dual sigma boards populated with matching 240v transformers and 3 balance pots just to tease you :)

 

you have to do this to me right?

 


Edited by xzobinx - 6/23/13 at 3:19am
post #696 of 855
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Kinda wish I got it in one piece since his psu's layout is unique and special.

http://www.head-fi.org/t/471094/diy-psu-layout-looks-like-a

 

His dual sigma boards are from AMB?

post #697 of 855
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His dual sigma boards are from AMB?

no idea, I think they are two separated boards sit perfectly next to each other. I could be wrong, you need to ask the man himself. 

post #698 of 855
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no idea, I think they are two separated boards sit perfectly next to each other. I could be wrong, you need to ask the man himself. 

Well in that thread somebody did comment that if you purchase 2 boards from AMB they are dualies. I don't know I'd personally have 2 sigma's running off it's own board in case something messed up you don't need to remove everything just that board itself.

post #699 of 855
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Originally Posted by xzobinx View Post

Is there any diyer here can help me build a dual sigma 22 psu ? 

I just got this beauty from John and really looking forward to making it work 

Thanks in advance


I reckon you should try and contact member Fred_fred2004 from the community. He knows his stuff when it comes to DIY and he has helped quite a lot of people here in the forum, myself included.

Maybe try to PM him directly and tell him what exactly you need to do.

post #700 of 855

nvm.


Edited by jisu - 6/30/13 at 10:03pm
post #701 of 855

Hey guys,

 

Head-Fi'er from Brisbane here. Just stumbled across this thread and thought it would be a good place to pose this question as I'm sure a similar thought has crossed your minds before. Does anyone know of anywhere that does in home trials for head gear available to Australians, similar to the lending library service the Cable Company offers to US customers? I have been looking to try some Audeze LCD-2r2's/LCD-3's and a Burson Conductor which are next on my wanted list. Before purchasing anything new I wanted to listen to the equipment and compare them against my current rig (Burson 160DS + Lawton Audio LA-D2000) with my FLAC library. Alternatively, if there are any retail stores in Brisbane area that have these items available for demo that would be awesome (although I haven't found any yet). Maybe there are some meets around Brisbane that would have this equipment present? Just want to get my hands on it before making a decision. :P

 

I have had a look around and ideally I would go into the Addicted To Audio store to give some stuff a good listen. But going to Melbourne would probably cost most of my equipment budget, anyway. Headphonic from Perth has a trial policy, but I don't believe it extends to a simple in home trial (more of a decent return policy should the headphone be unsuitable, not just I didn't like it so I'm returning it). Which is fair enough because that reduces their re-sale value. No store I've visited (or listed on their website) that they have this tuff for sale, let alone demo in Brisbane. So if anyone else has any suggestions it would be greatly appreciated.

post #702 of 855

Hi everybody!

 

I am looking to sell my Colorfly C4, does anyone know if Australia has any restrictions on shipping gadgets with lithium batteries?

 

Best regards,

Alexey

post #703 of 855

I know there is a restriction with no lithium coming into Australia (ebay) but not sure going out.

post #704 of 855
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

I know there is a restriction with no lithium coming into Australia (ebay) but not sure going out.

Thanks!

 

Anyways, I'll try to sell it here, in Melbourne, first. 

post #705 of 855

I think you can't ship batteries outside the country either. Whenever I've shipped internationally with Australia Post, they always ask whether there are batteries in the item being shipped.

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