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  1. OMG this has got to be amazing right... it has a tube and it's a Cavalli and it's a Massdrop. What more could anyone ask for https://head-fi.org/threads/massdrop-x-alex-cavalli-tube-hybrid-amp-cth-dropping-monday.857673/#post-13654584 edited: ah man i was so excited till i saw this... ''Please be aware that this is not made by Cavalli. It's made by Massdrop by a China manufacturer with the Cavalli name being licensed, etc.''
  2. LOL... how far is the place from Decatur? Anyone nearby want to carpool? I hate driving around Atlanta unless I have to...
  3. groovyd

    New Maggies

    Eventually got it to calibrate but doubting the accuracy of calibration. Anyway, also finally got my PrimaLuna DiaLogue HP amp to power my headphones but coincidentally the post office seems to have all of my headphones stuck in clearance somewhere in Riga which I sent to be calibrated now a month ago. Little nervous.
  4. mixed nuts from nuts.com... great stuff
  5. lol this is hilarious and great response... i had a feeling there was a ton of this going on over there
  6. groovyd

    New Maggies

    Zoom TAC-2R fixes the latency issue with speaker position estimation but my D100 DAC appears to be sample drifting enough to make it impossible to finish the last 10 calibration measurements. Have to get some adapter cables to hook the Zoom outputs up directly to my speaker amps thus using the thunderbolt interface for both ADC and DAC. It is quite a challenge to get this thing calibrated with their very picky software. I'd say it is trying to be too phase precise in what is ultimately a simple EQ non-phase setting to optimize around a target listening space of about 4' x 4'. Really I don'
  7. groovyd

    New Maggies

    Turns out sonarworks does not work with the shure xlr to usb adapter i originally got for it so had to pickup a thunderbolt based zoom audio interface for reduced latency. this is getting costly to calibrate. really hope it works and makes a positive change.
  8. groovyd

    New Maggies

    Purchased full Sonarworks setup for calibration of both headphones and speakers using reference mic. Has made a pretty significant improvement to my LCD-X already. Should be interesting to see how the maggies take to it.
  9. groovyd

    New Maggies

    room is narrow and long. they fire roughly into the middle of the room lengthwise. there are no chairs there for listening, couch on the side. they were really meant to just fill the room with high quality sound even at low listening levels since it's a condo. the mini's are what i 'listen' to while working on the computer (programmer) and when i really care about 'listening' i fire up the WA7 and put on the X's. the 20.7's are really just for ambience around the mini desktop setup which is the normal place i sit. stereo is on all day every day. headphones get used maybe an hour a day any
  10. groovyd

    New Maggies

    yeah the room is the limiting factor here. i actually got the biggest maggies possible because i knew the room would be killing the half of it. Can't really move them much from the wall without them being in the middle of the room. I was hoping the angle into the corners would reduce the back wave into the driver a bit but think a sheet of some acoustic damper on the wall behind them might be my best option. They still sound incredible but I know they aren't showing their best at the moment.
  11. groovyd

    New Maggies

    awesome amp! yeah i am sure that thing can put down some sound. my only concern is at the impedance of the X the Dialogue has quite high distortion (1% i think). Just not sure if that is something I would even hear and if I did could it maybe even add to the sound? I love the warm tube sound (due to distortion?) and a lot of people seem to prefer the speaker tap sound which I am assuming this would closely represent since it was designed foremost as a high power speaker amp and switched to a headphone amp with what I am guessing is similar circuitry to speaker tapping inside.
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