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Geek Pulse: Geek desktop DAC/AMP by Light Harmonics

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  1. FraGGleR
    Heh, I just waited 11 months for my HifiM8.  If LH hits their delivery target, then it will be easy.  Plus I will have a GEEK in Jan to occupy my attention for a little bit :)
     
  2. m-i-c-k-e-y
     
    Sorry I tried. It doesn't give options to edit polls.
     
  3. Currawong Contributor
    I've merged both threads about this. 
     
    I've checked and I can't edit the poll either, by the way. 
     
  4. m-i-c-k-e-y
    Thanks! [​IMG] 
     
  5. sbradley02
    Mostly I meant my post as a comment, not expecting a change - but thanks for the effort :)
     
    I added that because I know the Geek folks are using a digital volume control in the laptop version and I imagine they are doing the same in the Pulse. They could keep that in place using a rotary encoder in place of the up/down buttons. Might be a bit more expensive though.
     
    I am a backer BTW, along with the original Geek (SuperDuper version). The Pulse is more in line with my needs so I am looking forward to it.
     
  6. swifttal
    A gain switch I think would be a must. Balanced would be fantastic as well
     
  7. swifttal
    Also, just curious why mini-xlr?
     
  8. m-i-c-k-e-y
    Larry Ho has difficulty to squeeze in regular sized sockets, esp. at the back .
     
  9. Larry Ho
    Hi,
     
    Everyone!   Gain switch, you got it... 
     
    Larry
     
  10. Larry Ho
    For the back and front panel connectors, I would gather all the good opinions and try to fit them all at once.
     
    Not easy, but doable. And Juha, our super ME, could help me with this.
     
    Cheers,
     
    Larry
     
  11. Larry Ho
    Geek Pulse takes 12V DC input. So the regulator version will have switching power (universal, 110V ~ 240V. 50Hz ~ 60Hz)...
    Linear power supply or battery will be even better. But that will depend on how good Indiegogo campaign goes.... :wink:
     
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  12. Larry Ho
     
    LOL
     
    I need to show how supportive I'm to our own campaign, right? 
    Tell you what, the music will be great!
     
    Larry
     
  13. FraGGleR

    Fantastic! Great to see you on the forum!
     
  14. bhazard
    We are very happy to see you here Larry. Taking our suggestions and implementing them into your products is why I am very excited for my Geek Out and Geek Pulse.
     
    Keep up the good work!
     
  15. M3NTAL
    Poll option for the use of fancy clocks like the Crystek ones?
     
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