Originally Posted by AxelCloris
Whoa, congrats Uzi! That'll pair nicely with your Pulse X. Jealous that people at the meet got to see the Light Harmonic table. Anything excellent on there, such as a completed Geek Out for demo? I've been watching for an impressions thread but I haven't seen one pop up just yet.
Hah, even the Pulse indiegogo campaign page says:
Please DO NOT pledge for LightSpeed USB if you are thinking of using it for your Geek Pulse. It's "way overkill." LightSpeed Jr. or LightSpeed 2G are the cables for you. If, however, you are a rabid, crazy, foaming-at-the-mouth audiophile with a $50,000+ audio system, this cable's for you. :)
So now I have "way overkill" and will try to decide if I want to have "way overkill" or to sell "way overkill". The warranty is amazing as it states:
"No Questions Asked Warranty. If you break it, we'll replace it. Warranty is lifetime and transferable, no matter how many times its been traded, sold or given away. No sales receipt or proof of purchase needed."
There doesn't seem to be risk in hanging on to it and testing it out for now. :)
Meanwhile, yes, I got to listen to a beta Geek Out unit they had on display. It was smaller than I expected, and had a sticker on the bottom which said which model it was ("Geek Out", "Geek Out M", or "Geek Out EM"). There are two buttons on the side, which controlled the volume. Pressing both at the same time turned the "3D awesomifier" on and off. I reported a bug in that pressing both buttons cycled it quickly rather than a single state change, sometimes making it difficult to change the state. I listened to it briefly (with an LCD-XC they had connected to it) and it sounded pretty decent... but I was running around and trying to see what else was at the meet, so I didn't listen to it nearly enough to give an impression I'd want to stand by.