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post #181 of 215

Is there any plan for 32 bit Windows?

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post #182 of 215

Darin - I see OOYH being offered on a site (which I can't link here) for up to 50% rebate.

 

I'd prefer to deal direct with you.  Will you offer same on the forums for a limited time period?

 

Thanks

 

Paul 

post #183 of 215
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Darin - I see OOYH being offered on a site (which I can't link here) for up to 50% rebate.

 

I'd prefer to deal direct with you.  Will you offer same on the forums for a limited time period?

 

Thanks

 

Paul 

Hi Paul,

 

As you know, the way that site works is that a minimum of 15 people have to buy it before the lowest price is unlocked, which is 50% off. As a condition of using that site, I can't really offer the same thing at the same time to compete with them. So for now I would recommend you use that site if you want a discount. You can even commit to buy only if the price reaches the lowest price. So no risk involved.

 

In general, we don't typically discount our software. This is the first time we have done an online promotion of this kind. We do sometimes offer discounted "show specials" at trade shows or Head-Fi meets.

post #184 of 215

Thanks Darin

 

I've committed.  Once again though, surprised that was used rather than the community here (who are probably a more targeted audience).  We'll see what happens I guess.

post #185 of 215

Just listened to the demo files and "WOW!"

post #186 of 215

The demos sound pretty awesome.  I'm surprised more people aren't buying it while it's on sale.

 

Looking forward to when the mac version is released.

post #187 of 215
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Just listened to the demo files and "WOW!"

Thanks!

 

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The demos sound pretty awesome.  I'm surprised more people aren't buying it while it's on sale.

 

Looking forward to when the mac version is released.

I ask myself the same question all the time. :D

 

The Mac version is our top priority at the moment, but no solid estimate yet on the time frame.

post #188 of 215
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Thanks!

 

I ask myself the same question all the time. :D

 

The Mac version is our top priority at the moment, but no solid estimate yet on the time frame.


Of course I'm a day late. Ugh. Are there any plans to run this promotion again?  I was about to buy when the promotion ran out.

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Of course I'm a day late. Ugh. Are there any plans to run this promotion again?  I was about to buy when the promotion ran out.

No plans to do it again any time soon. It was an experiment on since it was the first time for me and the first time for them selling software.

post #190 of 215

Curious Darin

 

In sales to date - what has been the most in-demand "room set-up"?  Is there a top 3?

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Curious Darin

In sales to date - what has been the most in-demand "room set-up"?  Is there a top 3?

I'd be interested to see that data as well if you were willing to share
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Curious Darin

 

In sales to date - what has been the most in-demand "room set-up"?  Is there a top 3?

There is no clear "winner" as far as popularity goes. I am always amazed at how evenly distributed all the purchases are.

However, by a small margin, the top 3 are:

  1. Acoustic Zen
  2. Wilson Sasha
  3. Genelec Recording Studio

But all of the presets have sold at least a few copies.

post #193 of 215
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There is no clear "winner" as far as popularity goes. I am always amazed at how evenly distributed all the purchases are.

However, by a small margin, the top 3 are:

  1. Acoustic Zen
  2. Wilson Sasha
  3. Genelec Recording Studio

But all of the presets have sold at least a few copies.

 

Thanks Darin.  Understand on the Acoustic Zen - it's the one I will take when the MD licenses finally go through.  Just so I understand - I've bought a license for my home PC - if I also want to use it on my laptop, do I need to get another full license - or just buy the preset for $25 that I'm going to use with the laptop?

post #194 of 215
I can't speak for the software as I am yet to try it (did anyone ask for the mac already ? wink.gif ).

But I can only recommend having prirs measured with Darin's help if you're in SoCal area. We took a day to do both audio revelations (magico speaker rig) and acoustic zen. I also did AIX studio the following day but the crescendo speakers at acoustic zen sounded quite a bit better than the rest (haven't tried the B&W speakers at AIX in stereo mode however and not with my music so not a very rigorous comparison).

Besides, Darin is really patient / thorough and friendly, I just really liked the guy and his attitude!

Cheers,
Arnaud
post #195 of 215
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There is no clear "winner" as far as popularity goes. I am always amazed at how evenly distributed all the purchases are.

However, by a small margin, the top 3 are:

  1. Acoustic Zen
  2. Wilson Sasha
  3. Genelec Recording Studio

But all of the presets have sold at least a few copies.

 



I can definitely see the Sasha being a best seller. That system sounds by far the best to me for critical music listening. This plugin totally captures the "out of your head" sensation like no other plugin I've used. I think I will be switching from TBIsone.
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