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post #31 of 49
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Update or those who are interested.

 

I'll have the V181 review up later this week. The onward to the V90 and V100!

post #32 of 49
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Update or those who are interested.

 

I'll have the V181 review up later this week. The onward to the V90 and V100!



Cool man! I'll be interested to read a detailed review about the V100 and the G100. I hope soon to get the V200 in my studio to compare to the Phonitor.

post #33 of 49
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I might contact Fried for a sample of the G100 to review. I am a Lake-People/Violectric fan now!

post #34 of 49
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I might contact Fried for a sample of the G100 to review. I am a Lake-People/Violectric fan now!



Sounds like a plan...since you're official Violectric fan now, this will a great opportunity to check out the entire line.

post #35 of 49

G100 is discontinued and will be replaced by G109 middle of April.

This is also true for G93 which will be replaced by G103.

 

Robert from AphroditeCU29 is informed and thinks about expanding his business with Lake People amps ;-)

post #36 of 49

Fried, any info on what the output impedance for the G103 and G109 are? I can't seem to find it on the Lake People site. Thanks!

post #37 of 49

Can somebody pleeeeeeaaaase do  a review of the G109 ?

 

 

Pretty please ?

post #38 of 49
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Can somebody pleeeeeeaaaase do  a review of the G109 ?


Pretty please ?

Ok, will do! I've got the Pro version (with balanced inputs) burning in right now.
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Fried, any info on what the output impedance for the G103 and G109 are? I can't seem to find it on the Lake People site. Thanks!

Fried mentioned the specs as being very similar to the Violectric line, all of which had less than 1 ohm output impedance. Low impedance on the output is a big deal for Fried so I'd guess that these new Lake People models continue that tradition.
post #39 of 49
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Ok, will do! I've got the Pro version (with balanced inputs) burning in right now.

 

Great, I look forward to it !

post #40 of 49
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If anyone is interested, my V181 review is almost done and will be up soon.

post #41 of 49
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Great, I look forward to it !

It will actually appear at InnerFidelity.com, but I will post a link here as well for those interested. Could be a little while since I have a few other pending reviews to handle first.
post #42 of 49

It seems the V100 is under the shadow of V200 ; it is close pricing to a G109, but is built to the ' Violectric consumer product' standard.  

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It seems the V100 is under the shadow of V200 ; it is close pricing to a G109, but is built to the ' Violectric consumer product' standard.  

 

I have to say I haven't really used the V100 since I got the V200. But I could have lived with the V100 for sure had I never heard its big brother

post #44 of 49

Hi,

 

the output impedance from G103 is < 0,1 ohm, meaning a damping factor of 500 relative to a 50 ohms load.

 

K G103 Front Profil 1.jpg

 

 

The output impedance from G109 is < 0,2 ohm, meaning a damping factor of 250 relative to a 50 ohms load.

 

K G109 Front Profil 1.jpg

post #45 of 49

Can anyone tell me how the optional Dac in the V200 sounds compared to other budget dacs: birfrost, odac, centrance dacport.

thank you

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