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Or else this could be up on the clasifieds here very shortly.

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support@v-moda.com

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Originally Posted by joemangi View Post

Hey all,

 

I have had this amp for just over a month now. its great but have decided not completley what i am looking for. I was wondering if any of you guys know about returning to v-moda under their 60day in home audition guarentee? How do you do it? I cant find anything on the website?

 

Thanks!

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I might be wrong, but I don't think the VERZA supports 24/96.  I think you should get the AudioQuest DragonFly for that.

 

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Does anybody know what op amp is in the verza and is it the op amp upgrade that venture craft is offering

AL.D.

 

Maximum input is 16/48.  It is the maximum what iDevices can play.

 

It is not possible to upgrade a venture craft Go Dap X into a Verza by changing the op.amps only.  As Verza is using 6 layer PCB and Go Dap X is using 2 layer, the background noise of Verza is much less.  Functionwise, the Bass / 3D sound function is also not the same.

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Originally Posted by joemangi View Post

Hey all,

 

I have had this amp for just over a month now. its great but have decided not completley what i am looking for. I was wondering if any of you guys know about returning to v-moda under their 60day in home audition guarentee? How do you do it? I cant find anything on the website?

 

Thanks!

Just log into the website and request a return under my orders.  They will send you another email saying its good to send.  

 

I actually decided the same.  I heard no benefit using it with my m-100's.  I tried to justify keeping it by trying some more power hungry headphones but having to push it close to max volume on some cans made me reconsider so I put in a preorder on the centrance hifi-m8.  

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I am happy as first person to test the Vamp Versa in Indonesia
The demo unit Vamp Verza just arrived tonight in my house .biggrin.gif

Source : iPhone 4S
Dac : Vamp Verza
Ventura craft go dap x with LME 49960
Headphone : VModa M100 black mate
Ultrasone Signature Pro

SQ : out the box sound very good
High : very detail and clear
Mid : forward and clear mid
Bass : very low and very good impact










Edited by rudi0504 - 5/8/13 at 9:59am
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What happened to your volume knob?

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Originally Posted by shipsupt View Post

What happened to your volume knob?

I was so shock too , as I opened the box was no volume knob .
I just received tonight a demo unit from VModa Dealer in Indonesia.
They said , it's correct volume knob was missing
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Uh... I guess that's how they ID a demo unit from a for sale unit? Hopefully it isn't a fugazi.
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Uh... I guess that's how they ID a demo unit from a for sale unit? Hopefully it isn't a fugazi.

Nope, my demo unit has all the knobs...

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post

I was so shock too , as I opened the box was no volume knob .
I just received tonight a demo unit from VModa Dealer in Indonesia.
They said , it's correct volume knob was missing
More than likely, the unit has been opened (rather than "not installed"). To open up the unit, the knob has to be removed.
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What happened to your volume knob?

 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


I was so shock too , as I opened the box was no volume knob .
I just received tonight a demo unit from VModa Dealer in Indonesia.
They said , it's correct volume knob was missing


At least we can see the knob fits onto a durable metal rod (sorry I don't know the proper name for it)  as opposed to the original Vamp where the knob is plastic  and attached with a thin plastic connector (I found out the hard way when the protruding volume knob of the original Vamp snapped off).

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Has anyone found any type of case for this unit yet, preferably with a belt clip?  I think there must be a camera case out there that would work, but all of the ones I've checked out are not tall enough.

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Originally Posted by shipsupt View Post

What happened to your volume knob?

 

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Originally Posted by rudi0504 View Post


I was so shock too , as I opened the box was no volume knob .
I just received tonight a demo unit from VModa Dealer in Indonesia.
They said , it's correct volume knob was missing


At least we can see the knob fits onto a durable metal rod (sorry I don't know the proper name for it)  as opposed to the original Vamp where the knob is plastic  and attached with a thin plastic connector (I found out the hard way when the protruding volume knob of the original Vamp snapped off).

Really? I haven't seen a plastic analogue potentiometer rod before...that's kind of scary.

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Just a quick update... e-mailed V-MODA asking how much longer until we could expect a LOD from them, and they told me they'd have it ready in about 2 months.

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Originally Posted by Red Jacket Mike View Post

Has anyone found any type of case for this unit yet, preferably with a belt clip?  I think there must be a camera case out there that would work, but all of the ones I've checked out are not tall enough.

I found a small lowepro bag at best buy that fits my verza with iPod classic. It's snug, but good. Unfortunately, the belt loop is sewn on both ends, so no easy clip on/off. I'll look up the exact model when I get home.

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It's a lowepro Newport 30. It fits the verza w an iPod classic. A full sized phone in a metallo case would be a close call. Perhaps if you are willing to put a hole in the bottom so that the USB cable can stick out the bottom?
Edited by smcginni - 5/9/13 at 9:51pm
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