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post #76 of 240
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Originally Posted by smial1966 View Post

Really surprised that there's been no feedback from folks that listened to the output section at the Chicago meet, assuming of course that the prototype was here.

 

Did anybody audition the prototype output amplifier at the meet?!?

 

Thanks,

Andy.

 

Have you checked the Chicago meet impressions thread?  I was there, but didn't even notice the portable amp because I spent so much time with the LAu, LG, and LL2.  Someone else might have mentioned something.

post #77 of 240
A few people stopped to listen . One guy was writing a review for a Japanese forum , he reported to be very impressed . I don't think I have seen any official impressions

..dB
post #78 of 240
Thread Starter 

The portable amp is coming along steadily. It is on track for a Fall release!

post #79 of 240
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Originally Posted by SoundFreaq View Post

The portable amp is coming along steadily. It is on track for a Fall release!

 

Would be great to have it ready for the Tokyo Fujiya Autumn Headphone Festival in late October :D. Pity there's no Cavalli distributor/rep in Japan though.
post #80 of 240

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Originally Posted by dBel84 View Post

A few people stopped to listen . One guy was writing a review for a Japanese forum , he reported to be very impressed . I don't think I have seen any official impressions

..dB

 

I was the one taking brief notes while listening. I was stunned and very impressed. 1964-V6 and Frogbeats C5 sounded amazing with the amp. Wish I had another chance to try it with my other IEMs.


Edited by Sopp - 7/24/13 at 8:59pm
post #81 of 240

I hope that I did not misrepresent you :) 

 

seeing as we both live in the same town, I am sure that will not be a problem. 

 

..dB

post #82 of 240

To dBel84,

It would be great if I have the opportunity.

 

Here is the brief impressions I wrote in Chinese originally. Sorry, I am not good to do the translation. >_<

 

My 1964-V6 never sounded that good with a portable equipment before I tried this Cavalli amp. The sound was very lively, spacious and well controlled although I always feel that the soundstage of V6 is the weakness when V6 pair with portable sources. I had not idea why this prototype amp could do a such great job. The depth and transparency were presented nicely with Frogbeats C5, not losing detail. After the listen, it made me want to grab one.


Edited by Sopp - 7/25/13 at 12:40am
post #83 of 240
Really interested in what you guys have in mind for this one. Here's hoping for digital volume control and smaller footprint.
post #84 of 240

Been seeing this since last month

 

Expecting two pre-production portables in a couple of weeks. Will keep you posted. Liquid Glass run 2 is on target for shipping right after RMAF. We'll have a pre-production unit there too.

http://www.cavalliaudio.com/

 

Any updates?

post #85 of 240
I think once the contest actually begins, we should be allowed one entry per person. Also, super excited for this biggrin.gif
post #86 of 240

Liquid Snot

post #87 of 240

Liquid silk

post #88 of 240

Liquid premature speculative naming! :deadhorse:

post #89 of 240
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Originally Posted by SoundFreaq View Post

The portable amp is coming along steadily. It is on track for a Fall release!

So... ?? When can we expect it now ? I badly need à top-of-the-Line portable amp for m'y "ultimate" portable ring !

Please, a "réal" availability date & some specs will be welcome. :-)

Thanks
post #90 of 240

You could call it the

 

Hg2

 

Because Mercury is one of 2 elements (Bromine is the other) that is Liquid at room temperature.

 

So it could be called:

 

The Mercury (I) 

Hg2

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