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ever heard of this?

post #1 of 20
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http://www.fasttech.com/products/2030/10001096/1094400-line-5-a910-stereo-digital-audio-power-amplifier-w

post #2 of 20
Wow! With what comes with this, it is cheaper than an ELE dac
post #3 of 20
Thread Starter 

yep, i wonder if its legit. i was hoping someone who has the amp can chime in...

post #4 of 20

saw a bunch of them in ebay, looks dubious...... they never showed any photos of the internal components.

post #5 of 20

A $30 speaker amp? lol probably sounds like crap.

post #6 of 20
Thread Starter 

ahhhh... well its cheap... so.... still waiting for someone with experience to chime in. btw, i have never heard of this brand before...

post #7 of 20
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post
 

A $30 speaker amp? lol probably sounds like crap.

 

 
costs around as much as a fiio e6
post #8 of 20
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Originally Posted by blueangel2323 View Post
 

A $30 speaker amp? lol probably sounds like crap.

 

The Lepai is cheaper but some were able to manage to make good use of it

post #9 of 20
First post, long time lurker here.

I have purchased the A970 model of the same brand out of curiosity since it was inexpensive. Oddly, it has charge when I picked it up at the store and after two weeks of usage, with 3-4hours roughly each day. Out of curiosity, decided to leave it open for more than more than 24hours and still as of writing, still has juice in it...But the paper said it should only last for only up to 10 hours. Maybe they changed the battery on this for some reason(?)

Anyways, they sounded a bit on the bright side for me, boosting the mids section and can be fatiguing at long sessions compared to my Fiio E12. But in comparison to to my E5, they give more detail and a bigger soundstage. I have yet tried them on all my HPs to do a detailed review because I wanted to do it on the second battery cycle of the amp..and over the weekend (where there's less annoyance from work).

Will post pictures too over the weekend.
post #10 of 20

It's probably a Cmoy reworked to run on AC.


Edited by cswann1 - 11/11/13 at 10:31pm
post #11 of 20
"Not sure if this'll show up. Tried taking a picture of it for comparison between iPod Touch and Fiio E12. Will try to open it up over the weekend to show whatever it has inside guys, since I'm a noobie on this."

...well, it did not. sorry XD
Edited by tenchujin - 11/12/13 at 1:32am
post #12 of 20

I found the same item on a different site. Here's the only review of it (with some comments):

 

http://club.dx.com/reviews/text/150535/344764

post #13 of 20
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Quote:
Originally Posted by tenchujin View Post

"Not sure if this'll show up. Tried taking a picture of it for comparison between iPod Touch and Fiio E12. Will try to open it up over the weekend to show whatever it has inside guys, since I'm a noobie on this."

...well, it did not. sorry XD

 

 

yeah man, we don't mind your review :p

post #14 of 20

Sad to see the company is called line5  which seems like a bootleg of line6 even sharing the same logo style.

post #15 of 20
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Originally Posted by David Chavez View Post
 

Sad to see the company is called line5  which seems like a bootleg of line6 even sharing the same logo style.

 

The chinese are expert when it comes to stealing other's ideas. :p  No offense to chinese head-fier's, talking about the companies. 

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