Originally Posted by IBeN8
VAL quick question. just to confirm the "VTF" that I and other head-fi members have will have the same sound as the MP models correct? I think i remember u saying that the sound was "locked" so this PP run is just to work out some possible minor construction/production issues, right?
btw I am very happy with my M-100 and it has no cosmetic blemishes or construction issues....and it sounds even better today than it did yesterday
Well, at this point I'd say it the sound is locked and loaded. The only thing I'll change for MP2 is one more tooling tolerance improvement (as we call it in engineering). But, we are talking very minor stuff here that improves our yield rates of MP/QC. Extreme tolerance control is why the headphone doesn't shake, has the nice vault-click on the hinge and the arm extension feels solid and so nice vs. the Joneses.
Originally Posted by AnakChan
That's a crazy picture dude. BTW, who's the 1% of 147 distributed VTF-100 who doesn't like it? Let me have "kind word" with them!!
Still diggin' the M-100 sound. The more I listen, the more addicted I am to it. My wife is happy as it makes me more "up to date" with "her generation" ;-).
Ok, I haven't heard that 1%, I've had zero complaints on overall sound. But, 99% is a figure of speech in programming/hardware architecture as you strive for "5 9s" in reliability & uptime. 99.999%.
"Users want their systems, for example wrist watches, hospitals, airplanes or computers, to be ready to serve them at all times. Availability refers to the ability of the user community to access the system, whether to submit new work, update or alter existing work, or collect the results of previous work. If a user cannot access the system, it is said to be unavailable. Generally, the termdowntime is used to refer to periods when a system is unavailable."
Edited by valkolton - 10/13/12 at 3:35am