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post #196 of 1074

Solude, is there anyone in our part of the country that sells dat Schiit?

post #197 of 1074

Have you heard the PanAm? With what cans? 

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All I'll say is if I had $600 and wanted a budget dac and amp... it wouldn't be the Pan Am.  www.schiit.com

post #198 of 1074

I'm not Solude, however Headphonebar is a popular choice for ya'll.

post #199 of 1074
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Have you heard the PanAm? With what cans? 

 

Nope and I never will.  The gents behind Schiit are talented, patent holding, veterans that make money selling volume.  I can get behind that.  I'm not limited on funds mind you but if I was... Schiit.  The Pan Am is the size of an iPhone, has no useful specs listed and a price that's 3x the Magni/Modi combo... just saying :D

 

That said, bring on the Statement gear!

post #200 of 1074

I'm waiting for the Statement Gear as well.  

 

Are they using the same technology as the Mjolnir?  If so what will be different...  Power Supply, Two amp boards??  Transformers??  What do they have up their sleeves? 

post #201 of 1074
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All I'll say is if I had $600 and wanted a budget dac and amp... it wouldn't be the Pan Am.  www.schiit.com

Why?
And what schiit ?

 

The schiit's look physical bigger as well. Size is a big issue for me I live in the equivalent of a shoebox in the sky :)

post #202 of 1074
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Why?
And what schiit ?

 

The schiit's look physical bigger as well. Size is a big issue for me I live in the equivalent of a shoebox in the sky :)

The schiit lyr is actually really small, the mjolnir on the other hand, not so much.

post #203 of 1074
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I'm not Solude, however Headphonebar is a popular choice for ya'll.

Thanks but that's like suggesting a New Yorker check out the local California shops

iffy shop imo


Edited by jtinto - 1/3/13 at 5:03pm
post #204 of 1074
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Thanks but that's like suggesting a New Yorker check out the local California shops

Lousy shop imo

Your welcome. How is it lousy considering it sells the Schiit you asked about? 

post #205 of 1074
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Your welcome. How is it lousy considering it sells the Schiit you asked about? 

You missed my point,

I asked if Solude knew anywhere local to check out Schiit

post #206 of 1074
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You missed my point,

I asked if Solude knew anywhere local to check out Schiit

You asked any part of your country. You didn't ask somewhere locally in Toronto. But sure.

 

Sorry for the poor help. 


Edited by paradoxper - 1/3/13 at 5:10pm
post #207 of 1074

no problemo paradoxper,

basic Canadian geography eh

solude = ottawa (ontario)

me = toronto (ontario)

headphonebar (british columbia) = other side of the country = not our part of the country

 

as far as I know, there's no-one local to us that carries Schiit ...

 

wish there was

post #208 of 1074
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Originally Posted by jtinto View Post

no problemo paradoxper,

basic Canadian geography eh

solude = ottawa (ontario)

me = toronto (ontario)

headphonebar (british columbia) = other side of the country = not our part of the country

 

as far as I know, there's no-one local to us that carries Schiit ...

 

wish there was

Haha. I got the basic geography. They're within the country only, so they'd ship. 

 

Like Schiit only ships within U.S. no matter they're in Cali and you'd be in NY, for example.

 

It's also why I noted I'm not Solude so wouldn't know what's in that region "locally".

post #209 of 1074

my apologies, I could have been clearer for you


Edited by jtinto - 1/3/13 at 5:37pm
post #210 of 1074

As far as I know, that's the only Canadian vendor.  But you can buy direct from Schiit too.  I don't really deal with local too much since headphone audiophiles are essentially an internet niche market.

 

The Schiit stack for $200 is small,  the $600 stack not big, the $1500 stack is getting intrusive to a desktop rig.  


Edited by Solude - 1/3/13 at 7:22pm
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