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About ManBeard

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    SR-007 mk1, HD650
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    Wheatfield HA-2, Millet MiniMax, SRM-717
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    Reference 7, M2Tech HiFace Evo
  1. ManBeard

    Schiit Jotunheim

    Thanks for doing this and posting about it. The hype train is strong with Schiit and its hard to get factual information in regards to the design / quality of their products. What's the overall consensus on their other products like the Yggy and Ragnorak? I see Kevin mentions the magni 2 uber as being 'better' but that doesn't sound like much of a compliment compared to the Jotunheim...
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    Group Buy for KG's Boards (2nd)

    Thanks for doing this Lil Knight. Updated the spreadsheet with what I want.
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    KGSSHV, Balanced Dynahi Rev A and DynaFET board run

    Please count me in for 1 set of the onboard heatsink KGSSHV and also 1 set of the external heatsink. Thanks for doing this.
  4. ManBeard

    USB -> SPDIF 24/96+ units

    I've never experienced any static with either the normal Hiface or the Evo. Nor did I have any of the driver issues that guy had with Win 7 64. I wasn't too impressed with the normal Hiface. It didn't sound much different from the USB input on an old el-cheapo DAC that I had. The Evo on the other hand was a noticeable improvement over the Hiface. Overall I'm happy with the Evo. It does what I need it to do and seems to do it well.