Pulse HPA Regular Updates
June 25, 2016 at 2:00 pm #18763
Can we get regular updates to the Pulse HPA? I know this horse has been beat before but regular updates would go a long way towards keeping your customers happy. They don’t have to only be from Larry. There doesn’t have to be a monumental change. A simple “status quo maintained” will suffice.
LH Labs has lost a lot of its customer fan base due to lack of communication which is something you can easily remedy. This same approach can be applied to your other funding campaigns.
July 17, 2016 at 3:00 pm #18829
IGG campaign update:
Dear Pulse Analog backers,
For HPA and Tube Preamp backers, next week we will send out survey for you to complete some questions; so we could finalize the current order status and make sure the design decisions are 100% confirmed by you.”
- This reply was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by MusicToMyEars.
August 2, 2016 at 3:16 pm #18888
On the indegogo campaign page at 10 Pm on 1 August Larry said the survey would be out “tomorrow.” So that should mean sometime in the next 10
fixed that for you ?
Thanks for keeping me honest!? The just pushed a statement that they are re-tooling the survey to separate it into 3 surveys instead of 1 survey. I feel that when they were approaching the deadline and saw they weren’t going to make it they should have cried uncle before then 11th hour. But, at least they updated us before the deadline vice just blowing past us and staying silent.
I’ll count that as a small win in the communications improvement battle.
September 10, 2016 at 12:06 pm #19151
Have heard many exciting feedbacks for GOV2A/GoV2+/GOV2+∞. Excited what will the HPA will bring… For now shunning away the buy button for Jotun.
I keep forgetting that I am expecting a tube HPA. It think it is best for me that I do forget. I don’t need the stress associated with dashed expectations.
I got my GO V2A recently and put it head to head against the Pulse X Infinity.
Using the same headphones (Mr Speakers Alpha Prime and Hifiman HE-560), and the same headphone cable, a WyWires Red modular cable with interchangeable headphone and DAC connectors, I am able to do a very reasonable A/B test.
Both headphones have their own adapters. The cable is currently connected to the HE-560s. The end of the cable plugs directly into the 4-pin XLR balanced connection on the Pulse. I have 3 adapters to connect to other DACs. Two adapters are connected to the V2A for illustrative purposes, but I only have one connected at a time when using, to be safe. The 3rd adaptor is for a balanced connection to my Pono player. I love this kit! Whatever degradation in SQ that may occur is easily overruled by the convenience.
So far, I find the V2A to be as good as the Pulse. I have not yet been able to discern a difference and I’ve been playing all high-res up to DSD128. If someone were to ask me which of the two should they buy, I would definitely guide them to the V2A
December 6, 2016 at 8:19 am #19552keckedParticipant
any updates here would be most welcome. This is a headphone amp guys. I’ve seen whole waste water treatment PID systems built and delivered faster….and deployed….and debugged…and paid for! Saw a complete Casting line get done. Saw a new 6 story medical school built! this is taking forever.
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