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On order :  Headamp GS-X Mk2 black, with DACT, 230 V  :beerchug:

You are not 115 Volts in New Jersey? :k701smile:

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You are not 115 Volts in New Jersey? :k701smile:


I am sure it was a copy of your sig :blink: 


Edited by WiCKed666 - 6/11/14 at 4:30pm
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You are not 115 Volts in New Jersey? :k701smile:

 

 

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I am sure it was a copy of sig :blink:


LOL, yes it was a copy of sig but I only changed the color as everything else is right.

All my other set up is European, too.

Running my stuff on adult voltage, not the kids stuff that come from these outlets here :biggrin:.

I'm using a 5000W regulated transformer, you'd be suprised how many times the relais kick in to keep the output voltage constant. Every time the fridge or the AC switches on, click to a different setting.


Edited by icebear - 6/11/14 at 4:36pm
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On order :  Headamp GS-X Mk2 black, with DACT, 230 V  beerchug.gif


Why 230v if you live in NJ?
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Why 230v if you live in NJ?

 

I run 240 in Chicago for my main home theatre setup.  Perhaps he is very serious about power and is plugging into a bigger system.

 

Edit: Ahh, he already answered.  Yes, serious about power!


Edited by ogodei - 6/11/14 at 4:56pm
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Originally Posted by icebear View Post
 

 

 


LOL, yes it was a copy of sig but I only changed the color as everything else is right.

All my other set up is European, too.

Running my stuff on adult voltage, not the kids stuff that come from these outlets here :biggrin:.

I'm using a 5000W regulated transformer, you'd be suprised how many times the relais kick in to keep the output voltage constant. Every time the fridge or the AC switches on, click to a different setting.


Thats nice! My outlets are native 220V but I run all my audio equipment on 230V from my PS Audio PowerPlant 5 :)

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Why 230v if you live in NJ?


Expat from Europe... , brought my stuff in big container and there was no option to replace everything with 110V equipment.

So some transformers were needed to power the stereo, the espresso machine, the essentials of life you know :D.

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^ please send me a message and remind me who you are so i can make a note about this

HeadAmp Audio Electronics - home of the Pico and Gilmore amps.  Now with Audeze, Fostex, HiFiMAN, Sennheiser, and STAX.
Find us at www.HeadAmp.com

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What a great video! Congratulations, Justin.

 

I loved the comment on the GS-X mk2 and HD800. I will be running that combo soon!  :)

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The video does indeed capture all the many words written around here about the face panels better than the static pics. Something about the dynamic glimmer.

 

Visual aesthetics aside, I will soon (next week?) be the proud owner/listener of a GS-X and LCD-X combo, thanks to Mr. Wilson. Justin let me demo the X's in April, and I knew they were my end game cans for the GSX.

 

And now, back to fiscal responsibility ...

post #2996 of 5220

Couldn't resist reacquiring the HD800 while making my GS-X MK2 final payment.  Got shipping notice!!  But only the headphones :(

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working on the amps! modules going in this week. i made sure GloryUprising noticed that they do in fact exist

HeadAmp Audio Electronics - home of the Pico and Gilmore amps.  Now with Audeze, Fostex, HiFiMAN, Sennheiser, and STAX.
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Yessssssss
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working on the amps! modules going in this week. i made sure GloryUprising noticed that they do in fact exist

They do exist!

The guys are hard at work, you won't be disappointed!

I'm super jealous of the people who ordered a color.

See my previous post for details!
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I'm super jealous of the people who ordered a color.

+1

I think if I had my time over I would of asked for blue similar to the blue I've seen on a BHSE with purple leds...... Super Sexy.....


Edited by Gandah - 6/11/14 at 11:28pm
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