Where do you buy a Rockhopper Pimeta?
Mar 20, 2006 at 9:08 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 11

kevin1592

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I want to get a Pimeta for my Sennheiser HD-555's but I don't know where to buy one. I have seen them on Ebay, but currently they have none, and I want to buy from him directly. There is nothing on his website, and I have sent him an email, but he hasn't returned it. So could someone tell me where to get new Rockhopper Pimeta. Maybe it's on a different site, but I hope you guys could tell me

Thanks so much!!

Kevin
 
Mar 20, 2006 at 12:12 PM Post #5 of 11

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As far as I know, Rockhopperaudio.com only sells the millett hybrid and the m3
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if someone has bought a pimeta, could you please tell me how and from where you purchased it. thanks!!!
 
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Originally Posted by kevin1592
So, is this sgkatsao, the same person who runs Rockhopper?


Thrice on Head-Fi is the guy that is Rockhopper Audio.
 
Mar 20, 2006 at 5:52 PM Post #8 of 11

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Quote:

Originally Posted by kevin1592
As far as I know, Rockhopperaudio.com only sells the millett hybrid and the m3
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if someone has bought a pimeta, could you please tell me how and from where you purchased it. thanks!!!



I bought a (Portable) Pimeta from Rockhopper - it was via eBay, the chief penguin (Stephen Katsaounis) periodically places different amps there.

Stephen Katsaounis is Thrice (here) and sgkatsao (eBay)
 
Mar 20, 2006 at 9:58 PM Post #11 of 11

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does he sell them from his website? If so, what website is that?


www.rockhopperaudio.com

Stephen K is not a full time amp builder, he also has a day job, this may explain the delay in getting back to you. Email is your best bet and patience also. You cannot expect the same level of response from a hobbyist builder as from a professional builder.
 

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