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The All-New WA7 Fireflies from Woo Audio

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Happy New Year!

 

It is time to celebrate our new product WA7 “Fireflies”. Pre-order is now available. Order now to take advantage of our special appreciation price.

 

http://wooaudio.com/products/wa7fireflies.html

 

 

 

 

1000

 

 

 

 

1000

 

 

Specifications:

o    Single-ended, class-A, transformers output

o    Linear external high-performance power supply

o    Two 6C45 driver/power tubes

   o    C-Media 6631 USB chip

   o    TI PCM5102A 32-bit DAC chip

o    Headphones impedance : 8-600 Ohms

o    Input impedance: 100 Kilo-Ohms

o    Sampling rate: up to 32-Bit, 192kHz

o    Inputs: 1 Asynchronous USB2.0, 1 RCA

o    Outputs: 1 1/4" and 1 1/8" headphone outputs, 1 RCA (same connector as the input)

o    Max output: approx 1 watt @ 32 ohms

o    Frequency response: 11Hz to 27kHz, +/-0.5dB

o    Distortion: <0.03%

o    S/N: 95dB

o    Power consumption: 25W max

o    Mains supply: 100-120V, 220-240V, 50/60Hz, user selectable

o    Finish: Anodized aluminum

o    DC cord length: 4.25 ft or 1.3 m

o    Dimension: AMP: 4.8" L x 4.8" W x 5.1" H with glass
                            PSU: 7.5" L x 3.5" W x 2.2" H

o    Weight: AMP - 5.3 lbs / 2.4kg, Glass - 3.3 lbs / 1.5kg
         PSU - 2.8 lbs / 1.4kg

 

Features:

o    Handmade output transformer with Nickel Alloy core

o    32-Bit, 192kHz high resolution playback

o    Ultra-low jitter USB 2.0 runs on Asynchronous mode

o    high and low impedance output via switch

o    Open load protection will automatcially enagage to prevent the amp from damaging when no headphones are plugged in

o    Multi-functional switch for USB input, RCA input, and RCA output via D/A.

o    All-aluminum chassis with no screws visible from any viewing angles

o    High clarity tube protection glass

o    Multi-layer military grade PCBs

o    Customized driver for Windows Vista/XP/7/8

o    USB Audio Class 2.0 is natively supported by Apple OS X version 10.6.4 and above without installing driver

 

 

 

Jack @ Woo Audio

 

P.S. You are welcome to try the production units at THE 2013 @ Flamingo Las Vegas Jan 8 to Jan 11th, 2013.


Edited by WooAudio - 1/3/13 at 9:33pm
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post #2 of 624
Wow.
post #3 of 624

whats the input voltage on that psu

post #4 of 624

I'll take one for freeredface.gif

post #5 of 624

my m-stage just died, definitely on my late xmas list

 

jack, are the custom drivers for windows supplied via website or on a CD or something?

 

i assume the drivers are for the support of 32-bit/192k, can i get away with not installing them?

 

what sort of DAC chip is it using?


Edited by belisk - 1/1/13 at 2:29am
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I am very taken by this unit. I am looking forward to auditioning this unit.

post #7 of 624

Holy Smokes this thing is absolutely beautifull!

I wish I could afford it. Good thing these fare well with low impedance cans. 

post #8 of 624
Should be a good match for the HE-500....

Are there any plans to release a pure amp version, without the DAC?
post #9 of 624

Great new offering from Woo. Seems like a great deal with the promotional price.

post #10 of 624

Dimension: AMP: 4.8" L x 4.8" W x 5.1" H with glass

u can park this lantern at STARBUCKS for an afternoon hangout. 

post #11 of 624

Beautiful!  bigsmile_face.gif

post #12 of 624

Nice stuff!

 

USB input = DAC+ Amp

 

RCA output = DAC only

 

so RCA input = Amp only? hmm did I get it right? :P

 

Interested in the Power consumption and the chip used too!

post #13 of 624
Subcribed as I would love to hear this in my system.
post #14 of 624

I was dying to get this baby, but my new years resolution is not to buy any single item over $100 :(

 

 

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not saying the price is expensive

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what sort of DAC chip is it using?

 

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