Originally Posted by shockdoc
Although I wouldn't kick a cute little perky Class A amp outta bed if you know what I mean.
(extra points if you also include a hot FR pic and some shots of you SLOOOWLY taking the case off)
Admit it, you've lived with that perky Class A in your bedroom for long enough, and now want a nice, mature, even-toned Class D, like the NAD M51.
In all seriousness though...
When I sold products through amazon, our company could get fake sellers' stores put on hold within 72 hours. The product may not be identical to the original Fiio product here, but I have to wonder how much work Fiio are actually doing here to shame Amazon - have you guys considered posting an open letter to Amazon demonstrating how many times you've contacted them and been ignored?
These packages only need another iteration of work by the knock-off providers and they'll be identical to the current iteration. The $ value retailed at through Amazon is low, sure, but out here in Australia they cost $45 a hit (or $60 at some retailers) and there's no guarantee of genuine product there either!
I can't help wondering if the factory making them is knocking the product off through another channel, as is fairly common in Asia. Having so many Fiio products compromised so well at any one time is a surprise when other manufacturers are not targeted thus - Fiio are hardly SanDisk!
Something is a bit off here (in my own, limited value opinion).