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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. Paladin79

    I know of at least one person who has remodeled his house to accommodate them.
    They are still built in Hope Arkansas last I read and their home office is in Indianapolis, I know some folks who were involved there since I work maybe 15 minutes from it.
     
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  2. Balthazar B
    If you saw John Darko's just-posted video from the Warsaw Audio show, this has to be one of the most imposing pieces of kit, visually-speaking. Those tubes are about the size of large kittens!

    [​IMG]

    Here's Darko's report:



    But other interesting stuff he remarks upon throughout the show.
     
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  3. kostaszag
    Hello Jason, I hope this question has not been asked and answered on the thread one thousand times already: have you ever considered selling the tonearm of the Sol as a separate product? It looks like good value-for-money to me and would look great on my current turntable. I assume that others would like to try it too.
     
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  4. Ableza
    Hideous. IMO.
     
  5. AudioGal
    I dunno.... RCA 833 (and the Russian & European versions) DH triodes are pretty impressive to look at. 100 watts on the filament, big round pins - two on top, two on the bottom to hold it in place. A pair in class B modulator service could dish out 2.7KW of audio into the RF amplifier of an old school AM radio transmitter. Yeah, I could see building a SE triode amplifier around these. Though it's a level of insanity that I no longer aspire to....
     
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  6. Ableza
    Yea it's a taste thing. I would not have that amp in my house no matter what it sounded like. :)
     
  7. bcowen
    Thanks for the link!

    But I wish you wouldn't have used kittens as a comparative item. @Paladin79 is now going to be spending his time buying one of those tomorrow, and he really needs to be working on a new rack design for me to copy. :slight_smile:
     
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  8. valiant66
    Wow. That Mag Lev turntable is crazy!
    .
     
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  9. G0rt
    833's do seem slightly excessive for a headphone amp, though, unless you have a really, really big head. Still...

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  10. Timster
    In the USD $4-5k range (or less if you look). Its the Triode TRV-A300XR
     
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  11. AudioGal
    Agreed! That's why my last DIY tube headphone amp only used 6528s and 6BX7s.
     
  12. G0rt
    Sweet! I've been saving a matched pair of NOS Eimac 250TH for a similar project.
     
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  13. bcowen
    Thanks! There's a couple on Ebay in the ~$2600 range with shipping. Unfortunately, this part is a deal killer (for me):

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    Obviously the US market is not in their game plan, at least at this point. Still a really nice looking amp...
     
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  14. Timster
    Seems that maybe you can get it for other voltages OR it works with others already, but yes would want to be careful.

    https://www.hifido.co.jp/photo/16/053/05328/f.jpg

    (Hope it's OK to post this on the thread, mods delete it if required)
     
  15. johnjen
    Line voltage step down xfmrs are readily available, I have 2 of them.

    No fuss, no muss, plug-n-play, built in, not added on, with your mind in mind…
    hahahahahahaha…

    JJ
     
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