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REVIEW: HLLY DMK-IV DAC / headphone amp / pre-amp)

Discussion in 'Dedicated Source Components' started by skylab, Jan 25, 2010.
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  1. greenstuffs
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by spartan123 /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    so, do we get to trade in our old units for the new ones???



    hahaha i don't think is going to work
     
  2. david-gao
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    Originally Posted by elektrosteve /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Do you have a picture of the possible new design?



    Will post the picture soon, Now the PCB is not available!

    --david
     
  3. david-gao
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by greenstuffs /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Is it a truly dual balanced architecture? Looking forward for it. [​IMG]




    Yes, of course truly dual balanced architecture! We will list the picture of the PCB soon!

    -- david
     
  4. greenstuffs
    David
    Thx for the updates,
    I was looking for a more powerfull headphone amp, the current power output of the DMK IV is not enough to drive the low impedance headphones like the K702 i have. The bass and vocals doesn't articulate when you crank it up around 27 of the current unit. Is not like i listen to that volume all the time but is always good to have more power under the hood [​IMG]
     
  5. david-gao
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by spartan123 /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    so, do we get to trade in our old units for the new ones???



    Well, I recommend you sell your used DMK-IV to other and buy the new DAC from us, we will offer special price for old customer![​IMG]

    -- david
     
  6. elektrosteve
    I like that [​IMG] btw this forum has really ugly smilies [​IMG]

    If the new DAC need less W Power i´m in.
     
  7. mrarroyo Contributor
    Nice going there David, look forward to the new product. Two months, right?
     
  8. elektrosteve
    Please use rubber feet for the next time. The hard plastic feet transfer vibration to the housing of the dac/amp.
     
  9. david-gao
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by mrarroyo /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Nice going there David, look forward to the new product. Two months, right?



    Yes, Miguel, I think the new DAC will be available in two months!
    Hope everything will be ok!

    -- david
     
  10. david-gao
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by elektrosteve /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Please use rubber feet for the next time. The hard plastic feet transfer vibration to the housing of the dac/amp.



    OK, We will try to use a better feet for the new DAC, do not worry about it, thanks for your support!

    -- david
     
  11. spartan123
    Lol, ok

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by david-gao /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Well, I recommend you sell your used DMK-IV to other and buy the new DAC from us, we will offer special price for old customer![​IMG]

    -- david




     
  12. david-gao
    Hello:

    This is the content of the Front panel of SMK-III DAC with headphone AMP, Now we need the design the structure of Front panel from Head-fi'er
    Because we think it will be better if the user can take part in the design of the products!

    Of course there are Volume Knob and Headphone Socket in the font of panel besides the LEDs and switch!

    [​IMG]

    So Please offer your good design here!!
     
  13. david-gao
    I need some Head-fi'ers offer some good idea about the front panel design for the new PCM1792 DAC! Because it is product for the Head-fi'ers, the at least the panel design is up to head-fi'ers, I think!

    -- david
     
  14. elektrosteve
    Hello,

    i think there is no need for a 32khz led. The other led are ok, i think.
     
  15. Fidelity Castro
    My dream wuold be a DAC / preamp with display and remote control build with a t-amp 90 like amplifier unit into one case of standard hifi size. This would be a big seller and wouldn´t have any competition. I devinitvely would stay with remote control in future units and not follow the standard DAC / Headphone Amp route because there´s too much competition out there. Build into a nice Hifi like case and with aluminium remote and some classy looking lettering this could attack the hifi market, seriously....
     
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