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post #421 of 430

Think the SRS-005S comes with the 252S amplifier not the 212. Didn't even know the 212 was still in production since it was supposedly discontinued with the SR-202 package back in the late early 2000's.

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Think the SRS-005S comes with the 252S amplifier not the 212. Didn't even know the 212 was still in production since it was supposedly discontinued with the SR-202 package back in the late early 2000's.

wow, thanks. I assume it was old but not that old. I found a set of SRS-005s on ebay for 670 AUD I guess I get that.

 

Thanks. 

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I would buy from justin instead
http://www.headamp.com/order/index.htm
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I would buy from justin instead
http://www.headamp.com/order/index.htm

thanks, hopefully I can place my order once the aussie dollar is stronger. 

post #425 of 430

Is there a difference between SR 002 + Srm 002 and Srm 003 mk2 + Srm 003 (sound quality, I mean) ?

post #426 of 430

Sorry for bringing up this thread again, does anyone have any updates on the new portable dac/amp for sr-002??? I saw that in the video in innerfidelity in CES2014, but couldn't find much news about it online.

 

Thanks

post #427 of 430
I think they are supposed to be available Q3 or Q4 this year.

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post #428 of 430

Hi..

 

anyone knows where i can find an external adaptor that work wits SRS 002? or any variable regulated AC-DC adaptor will do??

post #429 of 430
Answering my own qUestion, I already got
the multi voltage regulated adaptor and its working as intended. I think the sound really improved as its now sound very close to srs005s mk 2 setup..

Anyway the adaptor im using with has 650ma output, it produce more than twice the required 300ma input that stated at the srm-002 amp,, IM not an electric guy, but is it really good to use it For long duration or should I search for others?
I read the instruction manual and see the power consumption for the srm 002 when using adaptor is 4,5v/1,2A,
can anyone explain to me about why it is different?
Because if its really ok I want to experiment to use an adaptor with bigger current..
Well if no one care to explain I will try it anyway -__-

Thanks
post #430 of 430

Hi, guys,

I just got my 005mk2 today.

 

I measured the output voltage of the adapter, it is nearly 20v without load and 15v when connect to the 252S (power on). Could anybody help to check your adapter output voltage? I think a higher voltage without load is acceptable, but it should come back to 12v when works with the amplifier.

 

I have a suggestion to the friends who want to wear SR-003mk2 without headband. If it keeps falling off, try BOSE IE2's tips. If isolation is very important to you, IE20's tip might help (I guess, haven't dried yet).

 

Here is the 003mk2 with ie2's tip:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/44905177/esp950/IMG_0812.jpg


Edited by pelikan601 - 4/10/14 at 5:38am
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