Really looking forward to a 240v compatible version of the 16VAC adapter used for the Magni - I'll be all over this like a shot!
Come on Schiit, get it sorted!!
Schiit has interconnects for connecting stacked DAC and Amp for $20. I liked the product description:
Beyond Just Technology: SuperUltraHyperTechnology
PYST cables are made from only the finest 6-nines Unobtanium™ alloy, molecularly assembled in our Alternate Universe™ reality-distortion tesseract field , using a secret geometry reverse-engineered from crashed UFOs, painstakingly smuggled out of Area 51 by deep-cover operatives. Performance is further enhanced by the use of a QuantConnect™ quantum-entangled pair of transmission interfaces, held at absolute zero by our exclusive Stasis Field™ technology. The cables are then wrapped in NanoAeroCap™, a nanotechnology-enabled aerogel anti-capacitance insulation system, featuring Fractal Interleaved Geometry™ to create negative inductance for maximum audio transmission quality.
Or, er, well . . . again, no. These are nice, high-quality cables, with solid, reliable connectors. And they’re short. And not too expensive. That’s it. Hope you like them!
I already explained in our PM to prevent any further complications and showed you the threads and physical evidence of what was happening at the time, yes the problem started / initiated on early production Lyr's (or Asgards ? ). But there were still a few people that had the same problems after the relay's were installed.
Ok, to clear things up:
1. We know of exactly one case of a defective Lyr killing a headphone, post-relay. The person posts on this board--and he will tell you that we told him "it is defective, send it back and we'll fix it." He actually wanted to keep the amp, he was so happy with it, and kept it to the point where it blew up a headphone. If you have friends who have blown up headphones with Lyr, post-relay, they're not talking to us. And they should. In that case, the amp is defective, and we will fix it.
2. Any defect in our products is magnified on the forums, due to our large volume production. We have literally thousands of Lyrs and Asgards out in the world. If they had lots of issues, we simply wouldn't be a viable business. Our stuff is extremely reliable. Remember, Mike and I have been doing this for several decades. If you check the resale prices on 20-year-old Sumo and Theta gear, you'll get a pretty good idea that we build solid products.
To repeat some stuff from other threads regarding the relays, etc:
If only Schiit product's were tuned by engineers listening to Bob Marley...
thats just insane, I'm pretty positive that legalizing weed is a bad move but don't really want to commit on forums. Otherwise, this thread will turn to a full blown political blood bath!