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Interesting read. Subscribed.
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really enjoying the story

 

here's my Schiit stack

 

 

ready and waiting for the next instalment 

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Thanks for sharing, this should be a great read. Looking forward to the rest and also trying your products.

May I suggest linking your webpage on products you mention along the way. Nothing like being able to see specs and more info on something you just mentioned (Asgard on the Christmas present mention) let alone be able to buy it on the spot.
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really enjoying the story

here's my Schiit stack




ready and waiting for the next instalment 

Very very nice!!
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Awesome thread!

 

However, I do have to be honest, I don't own a Schiit product. The last 2 things I've purchased in audio were decisions I made debating a Schiit product, the Valhalla and Bifrost, for my amp and dac. I think next time I'll choose Schiit :)

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Awesome thread!

 

However, I do have to be honest, I don't own a Schiit product. The last 2 things I've purchased in audio were decisions I made debating a Schiit product, the Valhalla and Bifrost, for my amp and dac. I think next time I'll choose Schiit :)

I think you would be pleasantly surprised with the Schiit. I have the Valhalla and the Bifrost (w/Uber option) and they are a great combination.  I occassionally use the Sabre DAC on my laptop but when I plug into the Bitfrost there is a huge difference.  The Valhalla has a low enough floor where I can use them with my IEMs as well as having enough power to drive my old DT990 600ohm cans.  

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Well I have no schiit as I live in Europe.. The prices are quite high over here. But I still respect the company.
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Well I have no schiit as I live in Europe.. The prices are quite high over here. But I still respect the company.

I'm in the UK and I reckon even here they're worth it. But I'd love to be buying at US prices...

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This is a great read Jason - really interesting and very entertaining. Waiting excitedly for the next installment and of course for the Yssdragil :)

 

Subbed!

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Well I have no schiit as I live in Europe.. The prices are quite high over here. But I still respect the company.

Order direct. They will package Euro transformers on request for Vali/Magni at least. Did not get dinged by customs last time either (knock on wood).
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Order direct. They will package Euro transformers on request for Vali/Magni at least. Did not get dinged by customs last time either (knock on wood).

I agree, I've ordered direct from them three times (always got dinged though...)

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I'm REALLY looking forwards to CH 19!!

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Subscribed!

Jason, you are a great author!

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I'm going to predict the ending ... in a surprise twist it wasn't the butler who did it.  It was Mr Mustard in the Loungeroom with a high voltage power supply.

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I'm going to predict the ending ... in a surprise twist it wasn't the butler who did it.  It was Mr Mustard in the Loungeroom with a high voltage power supply.

 

What did i just read.

 

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