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Good news!: http://www.head-fi.org/t/650375/cavalli-audio-is-back
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As you are aware, Cavalli Audio is gearing up the new Spring production run. Despite a small setback, we are moving forward with a new partnership and on schedule to deliver LL and LAu this Spring. One of the most highly anticipated releases is revision II of the Liquid Fire. Despite our best efforts, that production run took the largest hit, and will not be able to be restarted. I would rather ensure utmost quality for the products delivered, than spread things to thin and not be able to give the Liquid Fire the attention it, and you, deserve. 

 

In lieu of this, we've decided to make a special offer to the community and offer the Liquid Glass at $3,500, a discount from $3,750. This price will be effective for the all the remaining LG amps. While this is a little more than the original Liquid Fire, the LF MKII would have had a small price increase with the additions that were in store. 

 

Many listeners who have heard both the Liquid Fire and Liquid Glass had a preference the Liquid Glass. I like them both, but I can understand this conclusion. The original Stacker amps are still part of headphone amp mythology. biggrin.gif Not to mention, many original LF owners spent a lot of time tube rolling even though the LF was not really designed for it. The Liquid Glass, OTOH, let’s you roll tubes as much or as little as you want! 

 

So, if you wanted a Liquid Fire 2, the Liquid Glass is available at a great price as a special offer to our fans. 

 

For this Spring, the Liquid Lightning 2, and the Liquid Gold are already beginning production, and pre-order information will be coming shortly. Thanks for your patience. Stay tuned, more to come!

Dr. Cavalli gained notoriety with his first DIY amplifier projects. His success has blossomed into Cavalli Audio, a world leader in amplifier design.
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post #123 of 132
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Originally Posted by runeight View Post

As you are aware, Cavalli Audio is gearing up the new Spring production run. Despite a small setback, we are moving forward with a new partnership and on schedule to deliver LL and LAu this Spring. One of the most highly anticipated releases is revision II of the Liquid Fire. Despite our best efforts, that production run took the largest hit, and will not be able to be restarted. I would rather ensure utmost quality for the products delivered, than spread things to thin and not be able to give the Liquid Fire the attention it, and you, deserve. 

 

In lieu of this, we've decided to make a special offer to the community and offer the Liquid Glass at $3,500, a discount from $3,750. This price will be effective for the all the remaining LG amps. While this is a little more than the original Liquid Fire, the LF MKII would have had a small price increase with the additions that were in store. 

 

Many listeners who have heard both the Liquid Fire and Liquid Glass had a preference the Liquid Glass. I like them both, but I can understand this conclusion. The original Stacker amps are still part of headphone amp mythology. biggrin.gif Not to mention, many original LF owners spent a lot of time tube rolling even though the LF was not really designed for it. The Liquid Glass, OTOH, let’s you roll tubes as much or as little as you want! 

 

So, if you wanted a Liquid Fire 2, the Liquid Glass is available at a great price as a special offer to our fans. 

 

For this Spring, the Liquid Lightning 2, and the Liquid Gold are already beginning production, and pre-order information will be coming shortly. Thanks for your patience. Stay tuned, more to come!

 

 

Glad to hear this. 

 

I hope enough thought and planning has gone into this so there wont be a LAu mkII for years down the road.biggrin.gif


Edited by preproman - 2/24/13 at 6:36am
post #124 of 132

Finally can tried the Fire, I like the warm-forwad sounding in this amp, and I think I like it paired with HD800.

 

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The LF may not be the FOTM it was but it is a really great looking amp!

post #126 of 132
I love my Liquid Fire and still listen to it every day. I find a huge difference with upgraded tubes in it, resulting in a mellow, rounded out sound with nice warm lows.

What are the chances these units will one day be collectors items?
post #127 of 132
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Originally Posted by chry5alis View Post

I love my Liquid Fire and still listen to it every day. I find a huge difference with upgraded tubes in it, resulting in a mellow, rounded out sound with nice warm lows.

What are the chances these units will one day be collectors items?

In a sense they already are since they are no longer made. Also, they were the amp that started Cavalli as a company rather than as a DIY plan set. Plus you have to love the color scheme. 

post #128 of 132

Time.  I've owned the Liquid Fire for almost five years.  Man that went fast.  For some reason I was impulsed to read my posts here and it reads poorly at best as if I'm a Fanboy goof (Go ahead and comment but don't get banned).  I am still enjoying the amp to the fullest.

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Originally Posted by Icenine2 View Post
 

Time.  I've owned the Liquid Fire for almost five years.  Man that went fast.  For some reason I was impulsed to read my posts here and it reads poorly at best as if I'm a Fanboy goof (Go ahead and comment but don't get banned).  I am still enjoying the amp to the fullest.

Great gear stays great....

 

:beerchug:

post #130 of 132
And that classic Cavalli styling !
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Black with red gets me every time.

post #132 of 132
Love my liquid fire. Every time its like cuddling into a led infested busom and it never gets old..
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