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post #31 of 154

I like this healthy competition I am seen lately on headfi. I am really hooked on it. Hopefully there is an introductory sale on this.

post #32 of 154

7.5ibs and half of the weight is the glass shield?????!!! Make sense??!!!

 

I love this baby...

 

once again

"

Ain't about the cha-ching, cha-chingAin't about the ba-bling, ba-blingWanna make the world danceForget about the price tag"

 

In this case money can buy you happiness 

 

lol....
 

post #33 of 154

D'awwwwwwwwww. What a kyoot wil amp, yes you are. 

 

*ahem*

post #34 of 154
Originally Posted by WooAudio View Post


  • No visible screws in production unit

 

You say this, but the photo tells me otherwise.

I'm just kidding. But at $777 (basically $800), I'll have to step out. That's just too much even for consideration, but I'm sure someone will still step in line to buy this.

post #35 of 154
Quote:
Originally Posted by Nom de Plume View Post

 

You say this, but the photo tells me otherwise.

I'm just kidding. But at $777 (basically $800), I'll have to step out. That's just too much even for consideration, but I'm sure someone will still step in line to buy this.

I wish it was $550 or $500. $777 is way too much for mefrown.gif

post #36 of 154
$777 is just the introductory price, expect it to go up to $900 - $1K after the pre-order stage has passed.
post #37 of 154
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Originally Posted by grokit View Post

$777 is just the introductory price, expect it to go up to $900 - $1K after the pre-order stage has passed.

eek.gifWow.

post #38 of 154
If this get good review matching with Beyer T1 my DACmini and Meier Concerto might be at risk. biggrin.gif

Ps: Jack can you please tell me if you would recommend this amp for the T1?
Edited by Twinster - 10/13/12 at 4:32pm
post #39 of 154

I listen to the prototype at the RMAF just the silver model is working. The amp has plenty of gain and I barely have to turn up the volume knob. The glass top is certainly heavy and Jack was cleaning it by the time I meet him. He remembers me and it a transformer coupled tube amp.

post #40 of 154

I see an iPad next to it, does it mean it bypass the i devices DAC?

post #41 of 154

WA6 looks a lot more solid and cost less.

post #42 of 154
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Originally Posted by paulchiu View Post

WA6 looks a lot more solid and cost less.

True, but to me it looks like they tried to make this amp much more portable. For a WA6 with a built-in 32/192 DAC all in a small (portable) form factor, $780 really isn't too horrid. I would say at least drop it down to $749.

post #43 of 154
Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

True, but to me it looks like they tried to make this amp much more portable. For a WA6 with a built-in 32/192 DAC all in a small (portable) form factor, $780 really isn't too horrid. I would say at least drop it down to $749.

 

blink.gif I don't think ~$30 is too big a deal at this scale. Besides, like grokit said, the price will only go up (substantially) since $777 is an introductory price, which is why I won't even bother with this.

post #44 of 154

I posted some early impressions

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/623236/rocky-mountain-audiofest-denver-co-oct-12-14th-2012

 

I really liked the WA7

post #45 of 154

I wonder if it is a nice partner of the HD700 and the HE500.

It is good that the compact DAC-AMP is improving in performance and price.

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