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post #196 of 1367

I would love to know your test result as well... As long as it is USB 2.0 Audio Class standard compatible, Geek Out and Geek Pulse could work with it happily.

 

Larry

post #197 of 1367
Ive ordered both Geek Out and Geek Pulse but I think Light Harmonic stole the frame away frm the small Geek too soon
post #198 of 1367
Just ordered mine!:-) Wonder will there be any digital filters? Something along the line of their Duet Mode!:-)
post #199 of 1367
Sorry posted on the wrong thread.
post #200 of 1367

Anyone ever email Gavin and get a response.  I got his email address when I contributed/pre-ordered the Geek.  I emailed him twice and never got a reply.  Not very accessible or available.  Hope trustworthy.  

post #201 of 1367
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Anyone ever email Gavin and get a response.  I got his email address when I contributed/pre-ordered the Geek.  I emailed him twice and never got a reply.  Not very accessible or available.  Hope trustworthy.  
He answered me 5 times. But now pple are interested in both geeks, i guess he will be soo busy. I think if your querries has been answeres before on some forum, he wouldnt be bothered. If its order related, like changing colour and upgrade to preorder to bundles in my ase, he replied in one day.
post #202 of 1367
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Originally Posted by frank2908 View Post


He answered me 5 times. But now pple are interested in both geeks, i guess he will be soo busy. I think if your querries has been answeres before on some forum, he wouldnt be bothered. If its order related, like changing colour and upgrade to preorder to bundles in my ase, he replied in one day.

"Bundles in your ase" ... you should see a doctor instead ...  :dt880smile: 

post #203 of 1367

I have a question since I don't really understand in DAC and Headphones Specs...

 

Using the Shure SE425 IEM, what Geek do you need? There are three different options with different power...

Whats the thing with the impedance and the power output?

 

Thanks

post #204 of 1367
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Originally Posted by BaTou069 View Post
 

Using the Shure SE425 IEM, what Geek do you need? There are three different options with different power...

IEMs typically don't need much power and the SE425 is no exception.  You just need the regular Geek Out.

post #205 of 1367
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Originally Posted by BaTou069 View Post
 

I have a question since I don't really understand in DAC and Headphones Specs...

 

Using the Shure SE425 IEM, what Geek do you need? There are three different options with different power...

Whats the thing with the impedance and the power output?

 

Thanks

Gavin said that standard Geek for IEM, Super Geek for over ear headphone, Super Duper for planar and high impedance headphone 

post #206 of 1367
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Originally Posted by sling5s View Post
 

Anyone ever email Gavin and get a response.  I got his email address when I contributed/pre-ordered the Geek.  I emailed him twice and never got a reply.  Not very accessible or available.  Hope trustworthy.  

HI,

 

please email to geekpulse@lightharmonic.com

 

There are 5 people there to help you.

 

Larry

post #207 of 1367
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Originally Posted by Larry Ho View Post
 

HI,

 

please email to geekpulse@lightharmonic.com

 

There are 5 people there to help you.

 

Larry

thanks Larry. will do. 

post #208 of 1367
The Geek Blue looks interesting.
post #209 of 1367
Can anyone give some impression on the beta unit?
post #210 of 1367

Did anyone sign up as a "beta" tester ?  Their are heaps of impressions of the early unit ... just search for "CanJam 2013" - Tyll also does a brief impressions video on "Inner Fidelity".

 

Here's his video:

 

http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/canjam-rmaf-2013-light-harmonic-geek-out-usb-ampdac

 

When I said search Canjam 2013 - I mean on this site ... there were a few impressions in there - don't forget they were all listening to the "SuperGeek" which puts out a full watt.

 

Stuff it - I can't remember which pages the Geek Out reviews were on, but the thread is only about 20 pages, and is interesting, so here is the thread I was referring to:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/685524/canjam-at-rmaf-october-2013-impressions-thread


Edited by NinjaHamster - 11/30/13 at 2:04am
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