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Geek Pulse: Geek desktop DAC/AMP by Light Harmonics

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  1. FlySweep
     
     
    Kickstarter backers of the Geek Out can pledge at $199 or $239 (addt'l $40 is for int'l shipping).  Kickstarter backers got an email explaining this last night.. so that's why you're seeing a lot of those specific pledge amounts.  Pretty cool move by the LH folks (of course I'm happy cause I'm a KS backer of the Geek Out.. LOL).
     
  2. tomscy2000
    So it's an oversized GEEK with desktop components (as opposed to an SMD-fest)? Not personally interested, but that's cool.
     
  3. vincent215
    Hey guys,
     
    Light Harmonic, the company that successfully funded their Geek Out, now release their desktop version, call Geek Pulse on Indiegogo.
    The specs is just as impressive as the Geek Out version, and you have 4 choice of digital input with headphone out.  
    Here's why you should buy it: The DAC natively decodes PCM files up to 32-bit/384kHz, as well as native decoding of DSD64 and DSD128 files, and features the patent-pending 3L buffer introduced by Light Harmonic in Da Vinci DAC
    Check it out here!!! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/geek-pulse-a-digital-audio-awesomifier-for-your-desktop
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    Update: this project is now funded <10 hours!!! Light Harmonic break their breakcords.
    There's still stretch goal left guys!!! I expect that we will at least to get the usb cable.
     
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  4. BenF
  5. jaywillin
    well, i couldn't make it to launch last night, but i got in firsting thing this morning, i'm also a geek out backer, so i got the REALLY super, early, special deal !! lol
     
  6. jaywillin
    i'm in !!!
     
  7. tomscy2000

    Those are real world measurements, and serious designers take the lowest SNR figure as opposed to A-weighted (typical) or highest value.
     
    Most manufacturers don't bother with stating real measurements either and aim to impress people with the numbers listed by the chip manufacturer.
     
    What is with your ESS obsession?
     
    FraGGleR likes this.
  8. rodge827
    Looks like they made their goal at 7:50am EST!
     
    Bravo Gavin!
     
  9. vincent215
    I was so excited that I have to set an alarm for it, and espcaily the notification that Gavin posted to Geek backer in advance makes me so happy.
    I buy it for the Dac function alone: The DAC natively decodes PCM files up to 32-bit/384kHz, as well as native decoding of DSD64 and DSD128 files, and features the patent-pending 3L buffer introduced by Light Harmonic in Da Vinci DAC
     
  10. sling5s
    subscribed. 
     
  11. Suopermanni
    Just a question to anyone who is backing this but when exactly does the money come out of your appointed account? Is it at the end of the funding period OR when you make the decision to back? I couldn't find the answer on the FAQ.
     
  12. FraGGleR
    You pay via Paypal right away.
     
  13. rodge827
    Anyone know the voltage input needed to power the Pulse?
     
    DC?    AC ?   Amount of voltage?
     
    Couldn't find it in any of the details.
     
    Chris
     
  14. blueangel2323
    3W? [​IMG]
     
  15. m-i-c-k-e-y
     
    I'll paste what Gavin responded:
     
    [​IMG]

    Creator Gavin Fish about 14 hours ago

    We'll still be using the mobile Sabre, I think. That may change depending on the input we get, but we like how it sounds in combination with our analog stage.


     
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