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I agree.  The included cable kept on having connection problems and the cable that came with my iPod is too long.  Thankfully Dr. Sheep sold me his Venture Craft cable.  It's a very high quality cable and has never let me down.

Thanks for the mention.  BTW, I still have one new that I am not using.  PM me if anyone wants it.

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Ooh, pm sent smily_headphones1.gif

Thank you for your business.

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I love it when a plan comes together! Congrats Dr.Sheep!

BTW,does anybody know the size of the screw that holds the knob for the potentiometer? Mine has gone AWOL!!!
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I love it when a plan comes together! Congrats Dr.Sheep!

BTW,does anybody know the size of the screw that holds the knob for the potentiometer? Mine has gone AWOL!!!

Looks like 5mm but I could be wrong.  Worse case just get a Go-DAP 3.0 from Amazon for $20 and use that knob instead.

 

p.s. take a pic for me please.

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Mine looks like a rivet and not a screw but I could be wrong, and even if it is a watch screw, I still don't think you can fix this yourself.  Can you RMA it back to V-MODA or just use some Loctite instead?

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I was actually thinking about Loctite. LOL!
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So, a week in, im enjoying the VV, but my ipod's battery seems to be drained quite fast when connected to the vv. It doesnt seem to make sense, but i am pretty sure this is the case.

Does anyone have any experience with this?
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my Samsung galaxy s3 battery dies fast also with verza. Even tried a new battery. I bet I would get 2 hrs and it would die.  Its gotta be cause its using usb audio.

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My iPhone 5 doesn't drain any quicker when connected to the Verza; it's about the same.  And I get about 5-6 hours out of the Verza battery.  

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my Samsung galaxy s3 battery dies fast also with verza. Even tried a new battery. I bet I would get 2 hrs and it would die.  Its gotta be cause its using usb audio.

 

What's strange to me is that I expected the ipod to last LONGER, given that the VV bypasses both the dac and amp in the ipod and just extracts the signal. I figured the ipod has less "work" that way. But the battery definitely runs out faster when connected to VV.

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Hi guys, I have a very simple question to ask you head-fiers today. Are the Vamp Verza worth it? It's a rather expensive piece of equipment for a budget wallet. Don't get me wrong, I would love one to use with my M-100 and XS but I don't know if I wanna drop 6 big ones on it. If someone can give me a pros and cons or the difference it makes for the m-100 with and without the camp verza that would be great. Thanks in advance!

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I would either get one used or look into the VenturCraft SounDroid Typhoon.
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