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Schiit Happened: The Story of the World's Most Improbable Start-Up

Discussion in 'Jason Stoddard' started by jason stoddard, Jan 23, 2014.
  1. liquidsmote

    You could use a Yagi from your house to an AP further out on the property. I once had to setup a P2P to extend a Nortel system between two buildings ~ 300yds apart. The Yagi was the only way to get a reliable connection over that distance. The AP would provide coverage for the area.
     
  2. the finisher
    These guys seem to have the gear.
    https://www.amazon.com/l/8938872011
     
  3. earnmyturns
    Read somewhere else:
    Name: Aegir
    Constant transconductance design (like Lyr 3)
    Stereo: 20W into 8 Ohm, 40W into 4 Ohm; also works as dual mono, double the numbers
    First 10W in class A
    FR: 20Hz-20kHz -0.1dB, 3Hz-500kHz -3dB
    THD: 0.01% 20Hz-20kHz @ 20W RMS, 8 Ohm
    SNR: > 110db
    Crosstalk: >95db
    fully complementary current feedback, no coupling caps or DC servo
     
  4. Paladin79
    Thanks for the reply Kosh and i will certainly consider that once I read up on it a bit.

    My son uses Ubiquiti in his house and swears by it, I will keep that in mind.

    Fortunately I will be coming out of the rear of my house close to where fiber optic enters and my router is located and it would be easy enough to do a yagi. At least for me cable, RP or standard connectors of most any type are things I work with so setting up an antenna is not hard. Thanks for taking the time guys!
     
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  5. Paladin79
    Interesting, and ten watts in class A may be quite enough for my purposes with the speakers I have in mind.
     
  6. earnmyturns
    What I use, Ubiquiti UniFi AP and Ubiquiti EdgeRouter router. Require a bit of upkeep (firmware upgrades) but they work beautifully, much better than the consumer-grade !@#%? I used before.
     
  7. the finisher
    So a amp as awesome as this should be needs a full on God name.

    Everyone is gonna say Odin, but too obvious maybe?
    Thor seems to have some copyright issues:triportsad:
    Mike's already got @Baldr , so that would be confusing.

    Heimdall

    His hearing is so accurate that no sound escapes him: he can even hear the grass grow or the wool on a sheep's back.

    Heimdal.jpg
     
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  8. dieslemat

    Thanks. Are you able to pass me the link? I’d like to follow the conversation granted that its in a forum.
     
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  9. Ableza
    Sounds like a winner. I look forward to hearing it.
     
  10. FLTWS
    How can a proper name have copy write issues? What about those individuals over the centuries and living whose first name is Thor?
     
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  11. yonson
    I have to say 10 watts per channel in Class A is quite impressive in a Vidar sized Chassis! Vidar is less than half the size of my Parasound JC-1's (monoblock) that are only 25 walls in Class A...
     
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  12. the finisher
    Aegir isn't even a god name.:triportsad:

    But Aegir does make much sense.:)

    Aegir (Old Norse “Ægir”) is a giant with white hair and a long beard, he is well skilled in the arts of magic. He might be a brother to Loki the trickster and Karl.
    Aegir is married to his sister Ran :anguished:
     
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  13. yonson
    Yeah, definitely didn't expect it to be named that..
     
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  14. Paladin79
    Maybe it will become a contraction, Aggy or some such.

    I had to stop in my efforts today to check out some tubes a southern gentleman on here sent me. Maybe late tonight I will plug some into a Lyr 2 but right now I am comparing a Westinghouse tube to others in my collection, one can never have enough tubes. :ksc75smile:
     
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  15. the finisher
    I don't even know how to pronounce this name.
     

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