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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post
 

 

 it's gonna be smaller than the ZO2! Woot woot! :atsmile:

 

Wow, now THAT would be truly impressive! 

 

I really think this could be a huge home run for you guys...it's pretty clear from the landscape right now that smaller, portable devices are becoming extremely popular...and many people love tweakabilty with their audio, so this will be right up their alley. 

 

Thanks for the update, MM! 

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I feel like I'm in need of a ZO3 update.
post #963 of 1018
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Originally Posted by SoulSyde View Post



I feel like I'm in need of a ZO3 update.

 

haha....given the last update or two, I'm very eager to learn more, too...this could be an amazing little product

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I feel like I'm in need of a ZO3 update.

 

Same! Love the MTG reference haha, been into that.

post #965 of 1018

I've been holding back from tell my girlfriend I want an E18 for birthday/Christmas since I'm waiting for information on this.. :(

post #966 of 1018

Hey everyone!

 

Good news... the final circuit board design is complete, and we are now working on securing a manufacturer. Besides that, we are wrapping up the details on the enclosure, and hopefully should have that finalized very soon. :)

 

I personally apologize for the lack of info on our website, as I am currently in the process of a redesign. As I mentioned before, the new site will also include a blog, which I am extremely excited about because it will be our opportunity to further explain the inner workings of SmartVektor! :-P

post #967 of 1018
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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post
 

Hey everyone!

 

Good news... the final circuit board design is complete, and we are now working on securing a manufacturer. Besides that, we are wrapping up the details on the enclosure, and hopefully should have that finalized very soon. :)

 

I personally apologize for the lack of info on our website, as I am currently in the process of a redesign. As I mentioned before, the new site will also include a blog, which I am extremely excited about because it will be our opportunity to further explain the inner workings of SmartVektor! :-P

 

No worries...that sounds amazing, so I'm sure I speak for most when I say we'd rather you take the time to get it right rather than release it too early and have issues. You can already put me down for a sale, though...this is going to be very interesting to see how it pairs with the Audeze LCD-x I'm gonna get in December. 

post #968 of 1018
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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post
 

Hey everyone!

 

Good news... the final circuit board design is complete, and we are now working on securing a manufacturer. Besides that, we are wrapping up the details on the enclosure, and hopefully should have that finalized very soon. :)

 

I personally apologize for the lack of info on our website, as I am currently in the process of a redesign. As I mentioned before, the new site will also include a blog, which I am extremely excited about because it will be our opportunity to further explain the inner workings of SmartVektor! :-P

 

Thanks again for another update.  Forever waiting with baited breath.

post #969 of 1018
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Originally Posted by SoulSyde View Post
 

 

Thanks again for another update.  Forever waiting with baited breath.

bated ?

post #970 of 1018
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Originally Posted by psygeist View Post

bated ?

LOL, or that. biggrin.gif

I'm usually the grammar police.
post #971 of 1018

Anyone selling a DigiZoid ZO2 ?

post #972 of 1018
I'm using the Zo with my ACS T15's with very good results. However listening to a piece of music I know well with a lot of sub bass. When the bass drops it goes so far and then disappears. I take it that this is because the frequency is beyond the range of the headphone. Will this cause any damage?
post #973 of 1018
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Originally Posted by krismusic View Post

I'm using the Zo with my ACS T15's with very good results. However listening to a piece of music I know well with a lot of sub bass. When the bass drops it goes so far and then disappears. I take it that this is because the frequency is beyond the range of the headphone. Will this cause any damage?

 

Yes, it's because those frequencies are beyond the range of what the headphones can reproduce. As long as you're not getting distortion, it won't damage your 'phones.

post #974 of 1018
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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post

Yes, it's because those frequencies are beyond the range of what the headphones can reproduce. As long as you're not getting distortion, it won't damage your 'phones.
Thanks for that. It sounds very clean and controlled until it disappears.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by MizMoxie View Post
 

 

Yes, it's because those frequencies are beyond the range of what the headphones can reproduce. As long as you're not getting distortion, it won't damage your 'phones.


How's it going with ZO3? Any updates incoming? :) Really had wanted one for Xmas. :p

BTW, would it be possible to tweak the treble adjustment so that it also allows treble decrease adjustment in order to maximize its useability? For already V-shape sounding headphones like DT770, DT990, Ultrasone Pro900, Denon Dxxxx series, B&W P7 etc it could be a welcomed feature. It wouldn't need a large dip to the sub-zero side probably, I'm thinking roughly -3dB ~ -5dB or so would be very helpful already. I had personally tweaked the treble adjustment to go from -3dB to +7dB roughly as the very minimum treble adjustment range on both extremes which probably covers roughly 75% of people's needs (ofc depending how you intend to do the adjustment -10 to +10 dB could allow for more freedom and to cover 95%(+) of people's needs). Same could probably be applied as far as bass adjustment goes so that it starts with a bass decrease, on the ZOs released so far, I feel there's an excess amount of steps upwards as it is as it doesn't make that much difference any longer when going past halfway or so, I'd rather assign 5 of those 32 steps on my ZO1/2 towards the negative side (again to increase ZO's usability in different scenarios when some people could find it useful to decrease a headphone's bass response).


Edited by RPGWiZaRD - 12/16/13 at 4:39pm
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