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post #121 of 672

I am looking forward to hearing the paradox, I recall what I was able to extract from the T50rp and I am under no sense of delusion but expect LFF's paradox to outclass any T50rp derivative I have heard and then some. 

 

 

A few pictures from the micro meet last night
 

 

 

 

 
One thing we never got to do was roll a few tubes as R_h mentioned. I took a stash with me and had in mind to compare the new CV181's to the Mullard's but we were both so involved with the music that it never became a focus to swap tubes. That and we knew we didn't have much time to get a real feel for the offerings. 
 
So these are the tubes that stole center stage. 
 

 

 
 
I was very glad to hear the 4070  as I have been curious about them for a very long time. It was also great to hear the Resolution Audio Cantata. Luckily ( for me ) I got to hear music I was familiar with and this gave me a solid base to compare many of these newer components in the audio chain. I realised once again that stats do certain things very well but I don't feel the music like I do with my orthodynamic headphones. Not a critique on the system at all, it was very good for all the reasons that have been mentioned when people speak about stats. The 4070 was more "open" sounding than I had expected from a closed monitor and nothing does a cymbals like a stat.
 
The one thing that struck me while listening was that I could hear the sound of the Mullard's  - I have had a variety of tubes in the amp for the past week, Philco black gates, I didn't even realise I actually had a set of "3 hole " T plate Sylvanias - ( my date code was 1954 - this begs the question as to when they stopped making them ) , new prod CV181's and a slew of noval tubes. I would have loved to compare them more closely but the Mullards seemed to have a very "expansive , full sound" bass was not as tight as for eg the sylvanias but overall , the Mullard's gave me that sense of letting yourself go in the music. Subjective drivel, I know but it is difficult not to feel this way..dB
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A few pictures from the micro meet last night
 
So these are the tubes that stole center stage. 
 

I would love to catch a Milwaukee Mini-Meet next time. I get there twice a quarter for work.


Edited by longbowbbs - 8/31/12 at 11:19am
post #123 of 672

Its up for pre-order now.

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Hello folks. Yes, I've been getting the website ready for LG orders. The price will be $3750, but the first 10 buyers will get a $500 discount.

 

The amp can be configured for 100V or 120V or 240V line (mains) voltage. Delivery should be early to mid-November.

 

Thanks.

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 #125 of 672

Oh I see how it is. You take my LL money and then wave an LG discount in my face. :D

 

Looking forward to at least hearing one soon. I almost want to buy tubes just to roll while I demo it.
 

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Hello folks. Yes, I've been getting the website ready for LG orders. The price will be $3750, but the first 10 buyers will get a $500 discount.

 

The amp can be configured for 100V or 120V or 240V line (mains) voltage. Delivery should be early to mid-November.

 

Thanks.

post #126 of 672
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Oh I see how it is. You take my LL money and then wave an LG discount in my face. :D

 

Looking forward to at least hearing one soon. I almost want to buy tubes just to roll while I demo it.
 

You need the whole set.....Oh look, same price as the LL & 09's!   Convenient!...very_evil_smiley.gif

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Oh I see how it is. You take my LL money and then wave an LG discount in my face. :D

 

Looking forward to at least hearing one soon. I almost want to buy tubes just to roll while I demo it.
 

 

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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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LMAO!!  I LIKE This guy!!

post #129 of 672

He's a really good guy. Albeit a man of few words. ;)

 

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LMAO!!  I LIKE This guy!!

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He's a really good guy. Albeit a man of few words. ;)

 

It is just great when you can talk to these very creative individuals. I doubt I could get Mr. Panasonic on the phone or in a chat room for more information....biggrin.gif

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LMAO!!  I LIKE This guy!!

 

Yeah, Alex is pretty cool. But don't let that Ninja getup intimidate you.

 

 

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Yeah, Alex is pretty cool. But don't let that Ninja getup intimidate you.

 

 

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se

I love Ninja's......Is that a LG behind him?...very_evil_smiley.gif

post #133 of 672

it's going to have a  ballanced headphone out?
 

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it's going to have a  ballanced headphone out?
 

 

Yep. I believe there's going to be an option to have a balanced output for headphones. 

post #135 of 672
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Yes, it will have a 4 pin jack standard for balanced headphones.

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