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Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby brian » Fri Sep 26, 2008 12:54 pm

You are welcome to post your questions here. If you are assembling a kit and are have some questions and do not want to ask in public, you are welcome to send me a private e-mail at brian at diyhifisupply dot com. it usually takes me about two days to get through my e-mail queue. Also please remember that we do sleep at night and take two days off on weekends.
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby vett93 » Sun Nov 16, 2008 5:12 am

Your Fusion amp looks interesting. 50W output is not sufficient for my system though. Will you come out a 100W version later on?

Can I get a copy of its schematic? Thanks.

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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby brian » Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:04 am

100 W would not be possible without going to a mono block chassis. it would also require at least double the number of output devices and testing and development. I don't realistically think that will happen as the kit hasn't been our most popular amplifier and probably when we sellout this production run we will need to decide whether it will continue in our lineup considering the direction we're heading.
Sorry but we don't give out the circuit diagrams.
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby cyberninja » Sat Dec 27, 2008 1:58 am

Hi.
When the bearing for the acrylic platter should be available?

Thanks

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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby brian » Tue Jan 06, 2009 2:23 pm

It looks to be February sometime.
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby cyberninja » Fri Jan 16, 2009 1:51 pm

brian wrote:It looks to be February sometime.
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Thanks! :)

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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby roscoeiii » Sun Apr 12, 2009 10:30 pm

Hi,

I'm curious about the Django+ TVC kit that I've seen referred to elsewhere on the 'net. It has a remote and 2 RCA outputs (instead of the switch that toggles between XLR and RCA), both of which are crucial for any preamp I get. WIll you be carrying this version or will I need to try to purchase one elsewhere?
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby iansr » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:09 am

Ignoring the slight difference in power output, how do the Lady Day monos compare to the Lux in sonic terms?
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby brian » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:51 am

roscoeiii wrote:Hi,

I'm curious about the Django+ TVC kit that I've seen referred to elsewhere on the 'net. It has a remote and 2 RCA outputs (instead of the switch that toggles between XLR and RCA), both of which are crucial for any preamp I get. WIll you be carrying this version or will I need to try to purchase one elsewhere?


When the bamboo frames get here we will have a chassis that can be configured to any combination of XLR/RCA in/out
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Re: Questions about Your Kit Or One That You Are Interested in

Postby brian » Mon Apr 20, 2009 10:56 am

iansr wrote:Ignoring the slight difference in power output, how do the Lady Day monos compare to the Lux in sonic terms?


The Lux gives a big soundstage and huge dynamics. The LD monos (particularly the 91 variant) have a very sweet tone and good presence. If you like violin tone etc, get LD; if you like big band, get Lux.
However one other point: the Lux (and the LD stereo) have all film cap and this takes the amps to a much higher level of transparency. I'm not exaggerating -- ecaps are evil! Especially noticeable in side-by-side comparison. With the LD mono the very least would be needed is an FCUPS or Blackgate (stacked 150uf/350v VK)
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