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Do you know of anyone in the Los Angeles or Orange County, Calif area that has a HE-6 and the GS-X that I might listen to, before I order them?

Thanks

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@Justin

 

What did you decide on?

post #379 of 3274

Will the new GS-X still have the loop out? I seem to remember there being a discussion about this, but now I can't find where it was. Thanks in advance to whoever can answer this. 

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It does /facepalm

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@Justin

 

What did you decide on?

 

this is what i have right now.  will be doing all the engraving this week.  just a few hours worth once the design is finalized.

 

 

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post #382 of 3274
Kinda like the L / SE R / SE if going with that scheme. Think I would go with Stereo on the 4 pin. Just my opinion, though.
post #383 of 3274

I'm really enjoying my BHSE / SR-009 / K-01 combo, but until I receive the GS-X, quite a lot I'm using my Pico Slim / HD600 with that source and the SQ while not as good as the BHSE / SR-009, it's still very good.  Be interesting what the sound will be like when using the GS-X, as opposed to the Pico Slim.

 

I've also got a 4 pin XLR silver custom cable for my HD600's to use with the GS-X.

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this is what i have right now.  will be doing all the engraving this week.  just a few hours worth once the design is finalized.

 

 

 

 

Looks very nice.  Real slick.  Good job on this Justin..

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this is what i have right now.  will be doing all the engraving this week.  just a few hours worth once the design is finalized.

 

 

 

This is a quick and dirty FPE of it correct?

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this is what i have right now.  will be doing all the engraving this week.  just a few hours worth once the design is finalized.




Are you using century gothic font for the amps name?
post #387 of 3274

Hi Justin, just a little unsolicited advice. The white nomenclature on black anodize front panel can be too stark; try a light gray (Pantone Cool Gray 1 or even higher) instead of white

post #388 of 3274

is the "mk2" really all that necessary?


Edited by Mr.Sneis - 2/6/13 at 9:39am
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I like the "mk2"  Lets you know it's not the same GS-X of old.

post #390 of 3274

Reminds me of when the Gilmore Lite v2 was a thing -well not really.

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