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post #901 of 1566

Passing on the upgraded cable. Depending on where I put the DAC, I may not be able to use the lightspeed jnr cable it comes with. It's competing with my Asus E1 for the desktop.


Edited by dclaz - 12/24/13 at 9:20pm
post #902 of 1566

Hey Head-Fi, just wondering what the payment plans are like? What's the due date of payment on those plans?

post #903 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Suopermanni View Post
 

Hey Head-Fi, just wondering what the payment plans are like? What's the due date of payment on those plans?

Probably better to ask on the LHlabs.com forums or email them directly.  While Larry does swing by here on occasion, he and the rest of the crew are far more active over there.

post #904 of 1566

Just wonder if the Lightspeed 2G is the same as this unit ?

http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2013/10/light-harmonic-lightspeed-usb-cable-meta-review/

post #905 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Ranza View Post
 

Just wonder if the Lightspeed 2G is the same as this unit ?

http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2013/10/light-harmonic-lightspeed-usb-cable-meta-review/

 

Not quite - that's the original Lightspeed. There are 3 cables now on the LH menu:

 

Lightspeed Jr - 1Gbit/s bandwidth, non-split design, retail $99 for 1m

 

 

 

Lightspeed 2G - 4Gbit/s bandwidth, split design - dual type A connectors - no spacers, est. retail $379 for 1m - IMAGE NOT ACTUAL CABLE, but representative of design:

 

 

Lightspeed - 10Gbit/s bandwidth, split design - dual type A connectors - with spacers, retail $999 for 1m

 

 

Dale


Edited by AgentXXL - 12/25/13 at 5:20am
post #906 of 1566

Welp, my impulses got the better of me just now; I backed the LPS and an additional Lightspeed Jr. cable. I really want to see this campaign hit the $1M mark. Going with the best opamp Larry can find will help make the Pulse my end-game. And getting in on the LPS during the campaign will save me money in the long haul. Unfortunately this also means that anything else that may come along from here forward will be unavailable to me as I'm not going to be able to add any more funds. But with us in the last 61 hours I don't think we'll see anything new.

 

Let's push to the $1M mark!

post #907 of 1566

I am also struggling with buying a Pulse for my stereo system. I have got the Pulse X with all the upgrades just for my headphones including a LPS and I will keep it stationed in my working Room where I can just relax and read a book or something.

 

The Pulse will be connected to a raspberry pi for music und movie streaming through my NAS but I don't really have money for any upgrades. What do you think? The normal Pulse should be a "no brainer" and should be sufficient for a stereo system without high end speakers.

post #908 of 1566
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Originally Posted by AxelCloris View Post
 

Welp, my impulses got the better of me just now; I backed the LPS and an additional Lightspeed Jr. cable. I really want to see this campaign hit the $1M mark. Going with the best opamp Larry can find will help make the Pulse my end-game. And getting in on the LPS during the campaign will save me money in the long haul. Unfortunately this also means that anything else that may come along from here forward will be unavailable to me as I'm not going to be able to add any more funds. But with us in the last 61 hours I don't think we'll see anything new.

 

Let's push to the $1M mark!

 

Hi, AxelCloris

 

Really appreciate your support. And please don't stretch your budget too much. :)

 

We will get there, and you will get your best sounding active components. Don't worry, be happy!

 

I just thought this Friday night will be an exciting night for a lot of people.... if we could set this new record in Indiegogo history?

post #909 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Suopermanni View Post
 

Hey Head-Fi, just wondering what the payment plans are like? What's the due date of payment on those plans?

Did you find your answer as I didn't see a topic started on this same question (over at lhlabs)

post #910 of 1566

Every backers choose the payment plan should have another two payments done in Feb. 1st and March 1st.... ;)

post #911 of 1566

Does the Geek pulse x have XLR and TRS up front?

post #912 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Drsparis View Post
 

Does the Geek pulse x have XLR and TRS up front?

 

Yes, both types headphone out are on the front for the Pulse X

post #913 of 1566

Here is a proto-type image from one of the lhlabs forum members. I don't know how much/if any of this will be adopted by LH but it's looking great.

 

 

post #914 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Zoo Animal View Post

Here is a proto-type image from one of the lhlabs forum members. I don't know how much/if any of this will be adopted by LH but it's looking great.




They should take some of the ideas from Mickey that were posted earlier. Some of them were simply stunning.
post #915 of 1566
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Originally Posted by Zoo Animal View Post
 

Here is a proto-type image from one of the lhlabs forum members. I don't know how much/if any of this will be adopted by LH but it's looking great.

 

 

 

Wow that looks fantastic! I've seen it mentionned a few times but can't find it officially. Hmmmm god my wallet is going to hate me lol

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