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post #76 of 177
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Originally Posted by Sovkiller
Yep that's right...!!! But it is really doubtful, that if you have never seen the amp, as one of the firsts in US is the one I have here, and OTOH you are looking for information on the sound (what indicates that nobody that you knows have it neither) and OTOH as the schematic has never been published, I don't know but it is really hard to believe that you have a clue of what is inside this amp, dude, sorry to be so honest with you....

Keep talking sov...the junta is listening
post #77 of 177
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post #78 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
I dont consider the CD-3000 to be a High Fidelity headphone.

I am only interested in impressions with:
HD-650
MS2 / SR-225
MS-Pro / RS-1
PS1
Wow, the CD3K must really have problems if you consider the SR225 to be High Fidelity.
post #79 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
Those are the headphones that I have. And they are the headphones that a majority of the forums have. I consider any evaluation made with these headphones more "valuable" than impressions made with the Qualia.

The Qualia is the best in your opinion. I think opinions are debatable.

Thank you.

gs
Everybody speaks thiking his own opinion, I think you too.

But I'm not the only one to think what I said about the Qualia. In any way the conteders are not the HD 650 or any Grados, may be the R10, the Omega II and the BO. This is my and many people opinion here.

Best!
Nicola
post #80 of 177
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Originally Posted by Nik
Everybody speaks thiking his own opinion, I think you too.

But I'm not the only one to think what I said about the Qualia. In any way the conteders are not the HD 650 or any Grados, may be the R10, the Omega II and the BO. This is my and many people opinion here.

Best!
Nicola

Jeez...nobody ever reads posts anymore?

I never said the Qualia is inferior to anything. I just dont believe enough people will buy the Qualia to make it as popular as the HD-650, MS2 etc. Which is why, a review with these headphones makes more sense...appeals to a larger demography of headfi.

If I am still not clear - I cant explain any further and rest my case.
post #81 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
The question as to whether or not I have the schematics of this amp can only be anwered by me. Wait till clone RP33's pop up for $300.00 or less

Dude - look at the board. It takes roughly 15 minutes to draw the schematics and around 1.5 hours to build the clone if you have the parts

But I will not ruin your christmas sov - enjoy it
This is for me the biggest error!
In my RP010 there is a "simple" ALPS potentiometer, external is the blu serie (rk 27) inside is a rk40 head. Well ask to Rudi how many ALPS potentiometers and DACT he has tested to find that one for a 0.02 db of channel balance... and this selection Rudi do for each components inside his amps depending by the class of the product he is building.
May be you will need some hours more than 1.30 to build one of this and a bit more of money to have boxes of components for the highest selection.

Best!
Nicola
post #82 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
Jeez...nobody ever reads posts anymore?

I never said the Qualia is inferior to anything. I just dont believe enough people will buy the Qualia to make it as popular as the HD-650, MS2 etc. Which is why, a review with these headphones makes more sense...appeals to a larger demography of headfi.

If I am still not clear - I cant explain any further and rest my case.

We have differents objectives. Mine is to find the headphones nirvana setup... and now this is the Qualia/RP010, just my two cents...

Best!
Nicola
post #83 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
If I am still not clear - I cant explain any further and rest my case.
NO YOU ARE NOT, AND YES PLEASE DO THAT, REST YOUR CASE AND LEAVE US ALONE HERE, WITH OUR ENTHUSIASM AND JOY, IN ANY CASE, YOU HAVE NO CASE TO REST.....

BTW If you have the parts, the knowledge, and the schematics, and could make the amp in 1.5 hours as you claimed, instead of keep on going in absurd discussions here, why not bulding it, and for sure you will have all those answers you are looking for, instead of trying to make a flame war here, trying to ridiculized other persons, and posts....BTW totally uncalled for.....just my two cents...or better, why not enjoying the Dynahis you are buliding instead??? Or is that you do not have any assembled yet???
post #84 of 177
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Originally Posted by Sovkiller
why not enjoying the Dynahis you are buliding instead??? Or is that you do not have any assembled yet???
Oh - unfortunately I cannot post details, pics here

Too bad huh...HeadFi rules...

but dont worry - I will find someone "normal" to do the evaluation and be the marketing monkey for me....fret not
post #85 of 177
Sheesh, this thread turned sour pretty fast.

I guess we won't know how good it is until it finds it's way to a few meets. I'm sure it's going to be popular at the Seattle meet next month. I look forward to hearing more about it from attendees.
post #86 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
Oh - unfortunately I cannot post details, pics here

Too bad huh...HeadFi rules...

but dont worry - I will find someone "normal" to do the evaluation and be the marketing monkey for me....fret not
Your amps looks good man, and probably they will sound as they look, that was not a joke, not a sarcasm, but my concern is why are you not enjoying one of those instead of wasting your time here?
BTW by the time you get someone "normal" (hope you will not judge the normality of a person by your own standards) to post the impressions of any of your amps, the market will be flodded of Dynahis, I know of about 4 guys that right now are listening one each...LOL...
post #87 of 177
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Originally Posted by isp
Sheesh, this thread turned sour pretty fast.

I guess we won't know how good it is until it finds it's way to a few meets. I'm sure it's going to be popular at the Seattle meet next month. I look forward to hearing more about it from attendees.
Some guys always tend to ruin the joy and enthusiasm of that hobby pretty fast, sure it will be there in that meet...are you going there by any chance???
post #88 of 177
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
The question as to whether or not I have the schematics of this amp can only be anwered by me. Wait till clone RP33's pop up for $300.00 or less
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Originally Posted by gsferrari
Oh - unfortunately I cannot post details, pics here

Too bad huh...HeadFi rules...

but dont worry - I will find someone "normal" to do the evaluation and be the marketing monkey for me....fret not
Why? Are you building & selling amps now? I suppose that would explain your sudden hostility towards Rudi's amps, but that would also make your comments in this thread rather unethical if you are selling your own stuff.
post #89 of 177
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Originally Posted by Sovkiller
Some guys always tend to ruin the joy and enthusiasm of that hobby pretty fast, sure it will be there in that meet...are you going there by any chance???
I'd love to go, but Seattle is practically across the whole country for me. I'd have to drive 37 hours. I'll be too busy with school in January for long journeys like that.

I'm good to go for Ohio/PA meets though.
post #90 of 177
The Chicago meet might have a pair show up. Just turn left at Ohio instead of right, into PA.
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