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Man, what a nice guy
Have you tried powering up whilst attached to a network connection? The system should do an install over the network. Be sure to checkout all the install options.
If that fails, PM me and I'll send you a thumbdrive with a MacOS installer. It will be a few days, we are on the West coast for a family emergency.
Oh, don't get me started! Some of THE funniest shows form the UK get transported and every single one is much more dismal than the original. The Office, Sanford (sp) and sons, All in the Family,....... I could go on.
If you want a very amusing look at the (fictional) process, check out Episodes.
On Prime video. Thanks
Must have Showtime however.
Well, only Lyngdorf knows how their tech is implemented so I cannot speak to that. I just brought it up to point out that these types of technologies are on more than one radar and that they seem promising for the future. My takeaway from it is that it's good to question the status quo on these things. I often hear people say that doing manipulation of the audio signal in the digital domain is both hard and usually results in bad sound, but there is evidence that this is changing and one day it might make possible the first significant advancements in audio reproduction techniques we've seen in decades.
I'm a trauma doctor Richard, not a shrink.
I understand the attachment some people develop for a brand because it gives a feeling of security.
The patriotic factor is a thing that's biggest in the US.
In most countries it would be impossible to buy 100% native manufactured goods because they're simply not made.
I found the very existence of these parallel conversations to be fascinating.
The same can be said in the USA for anything electronic, unless the manufacturer is either VERY big or VERY small.
Bones, I need more Schiit.
If I get a chance to review and edit, I should have a chapter up on Aegir tomorrow.
1. Yep, I know, this low-power amp ain't for everyone.
2. Yep, I know, not everyone will understand why we're doing it.
3. Yep, I know, this whole Class A thing is confusing.
4. Yep, I know, 10W of Class A bias doesn't sound like much.
But....if that 10W of Class A bias and a Continuity output stage gets you 150-160W into 4 ohms mono with performance very, very similar to Class A, without the several amperes of standing current and massive heat usually necessary for Class A at that level...well, that's when it starts getting a lot more interesting. At least to us. As usual, we may be crazy.
All the best,
You are making two groups of people happy with this design and you will sell more product.
Aha!!!! The logical conclusion in a few years would be a Aegir based Ragnarok.
gn gn gn gn,,,,
PCT, That was a statim dose of Schiit, wow!
a good 10w is what we need !