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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. KoshNaranek
    Made a good start on the first, working on the second
     
  2. Derrick Swart
    that is a whole lotta of Schiit! Always in a Schiit mood!
     
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  3. Derrick Swart
    http://www.funk-tonstudiotechnik.de/ABHOERSYSTEME.htm

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  4. dieslemat
    Is your MJ2 connected via the Yggy’s rca out?
     
  5. GearMe
    Yep...same here!
     
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  6. audio philestine
    When logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead...
    Remember what the dormouse said
    Feed your head, feed your head
     
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  7. JohnnyCanuck
    When logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead
    And the white knight is talking backwards
    And the red queen's off with her head
    Remember what the dormouse said
    Feed your head, feed your head
     
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  8. audio philestine
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  9. Mad Lust Envy Contributor
    Correction, something by SCHIIT that is a Magni/Modi in one chassis. I want something aesthetically pleasing as well, IMHO of course.

    I've already had dac/amps from other manufacturers of varying price levels. I really kinda just want the Schiits. :wink:

    I would already be the owner of a Lyr 3 with multibit dac module if I could afford it, but I'd happily take something of that ilk for half the cost, hence why I'd like previously mentioned M/M all in one.
     
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  10. porchwizard
    I'm not sure if this fits the bill but I am using a "pro audio" ROLLS DA134 Distribution Amplifier which takes one line level stereo input and has four volume controlled line level stereo outputs. The inverse of this is a ROLLS MiniMix Pro MX122 which mixes four inputs to one output. I've also used a ROLLS Stereophile Headphone Amplifier HA243, which takes two line inputs with four A/B switchable headphone outputs, to drive headphones and powered monitors. These items are in the $100-$130 range (USD).
     
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  11. Derrick Swart
    Two elastics do wonders
     
  12. artur9
    What are you using as separators? They look like the things on the ends of crutches/canes....
     
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  13. artur9
    So, we buy stuff because we have no friends. That's really sad.
     
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  14. Redcarmoose
    No, it’s more of a culturally taught, self-generated endorphin-opioid response, though one highly socially acceptable. IMO

    The friends thing is secondary. IMO

    1st world problem, really.
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  15. ScubaMan2017
    ...and gooder... :ksc75smile:
    It has a knob that goes to eleven, right?
     
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