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post #136 of 152
What I see happening to me is I am going to get the Pendragons and they are going to lust for more power than my Taboo can provide and just like that...... I am screwed.
post #137 of 152
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Originally Posted by Landmantx View Post

What I see happening to me is I am going to get the Pendragons and they are going to lust for more power than my Taboo can provide and just like that...... I am screwed.

Upgrade!!!  Yes!!!  evil_smiley.gif

post #138 of 152
Steve is letting us borrow a Zen Taboo for our ChiUniFi meet in June. I wonder if he will let me hear his new creation when I pick up the Zen Taboo?
post #139 of 152
Excellent! Well, if he does, you know what we head-fiers want lol - photos, extensive technical and sonic descriptions, etc wink.gif
post #140 of 152

I once had an opportunity to listen and purchase Decware Mini Torii with LCD-2. I knew little about phones then and did not consider then as a viable listening option. Now I'm diving into it head-first.
 

post #141 of 152
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Originally Posted by djdonis View Post

I once had an opportunity to listen and purchase Decware Mini Torii with LCD-2. I knew little about phones then and did not consider then as a viable listening option. Now I'm diving into it head-first.
 

HP listening is a different experience than speakers. Both are fun, just different. Decware gear is terrific for both listening experiences.

post #142 of 152
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Speaking of Speakers....DM945's are in the house! Paired up with the CSP2+ Pre-amp and the Taboo MK III amp.

 

 

post #143 of 152

From a noobs perspective, all those gadgets look like control devices to an alien spaceship. And the giant speakers look like void ray death devices!

post #144 of 152
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It was a fabulous electronic toyland!

post #145 of 152

Many thanks for the great post.  Decware seems to be a company one can work with for an eternity, which is rare in today's electronics industry.

post #146 of 152
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They are a wonderful group of people. They also build terrific audio gear!

post #147 of 152

Sorry for stupid question, but I really have no idea why do we need so many tubes? Will it just make the sound output louder? Or it could have some other advantages like sound's quality, transparency, soundstage or something like that?

post #148 of 152
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The latter....

post #149 of 152
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Originally Posted by OPR8R View Post
 

 

The very existence of Decware threatens my wallet.  I still want that ZP3!


I own a Zen Torii III for my speakers, and it fulfills all the promises. The temptation is mighty, but you need to consider the much more expensive competition to realize it is helping your wallet...:wink_face:

post #150 of 152
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Originally Posted by Douger333 View Post
 


I own a Zen Torii III for my speakers, and it fulfills all the promises. The temptation is mighty, but you need to consider the much more expensive competition to realize it is helping your wallet...:wink_face:


Agreed.

 

I ended up getting the ZP3 a few months back, BTW.

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