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  1. Most of the high end gear reviewed in the usual publications is just mediocre. All marketing lingo. It's like a cult. You need deprogramming to get away from it.
  2. I know what it is. However, without testing, there's no way to know how good it is. You can't go by specs or chipsets etc. And how did they improve on your DAC? Send you a new main board? A lot has changed since that model came out.
  3. There's almost certainly a better value than your LKS DAC out by now. The Chi-fi DACs seem to continually improve.
  4. You can also buy a Chi-Fi DAC for $100 that performs about as well as anything else on the market. No need for crowd funding anymore.
  5. Enough with the small talk! When are the refunds gonna start? Why would anyone want a DAC from LH at this point? You obviously have no intention of delivering anything. Bedsides, these days you can get a $99 DAC that sounds better than anything that existed five years ago.
  6. Interesting article. I called and emailed Indiegogo while the LH campaign was going on, to inform them that this seemed like fraud. I even trolled the Indiegogo CEO on Twitter. They did absolutely nothing. They do not care. I was so outspoken about it everywhere, that my money(thousands) was refunded. I was lucky. I will never participate on anything on Indiegogo again. Hopefully new laws will prevent this from happening.
  7. This is preposterous. Typical LH Labs bullshit. Nobody works for free. And they certainly wouldn't work for free, claiming to represent a company that can;t even show their face. This reminds me of a piece on American Greed, where this young age man somehow bought a number of small insurance companies in Southern states. He then took all the assets and spent tens of millions buying luxury homes and high end sport cars. When they finally caught up to him, he was afraid to face the music and his mother had to go to court with him.
  8. Judging by the way they changed from Kickstarter to IndieGoGo, leads me to believe it was a deliberate switch to deprive people of any opportunity to change their mind. Larry and Gavin were flying all over the world to trade shows and renting luxury automobiles. They didn't just get in over their heads. They were spending money like they had three days to live! LH & Co.should be the subject of an episode of American Greed.
  9. Larry Ho and Gavin Fish deliberately used Indiego as a tool to defraud people by removing any recourse they would have. They even changed from Kickstarter to IndieGogo so buyers couldn't change their minds before the end of the campaign. And constantly added items to each campaign to be certain it meet the small goal. Thus making it impossible for anyone to back out, even a second after they pledged.
  10. I'm kind of surprised there's two audio dealers in Omaha? I couldn't name two audio dealers in Boston area.
  11. I was at a flea market several years ago and I heard Johnny Cash music playing at a table about 50 feet away and it sounded pretty good. I walked over to see that it was a record playing on a 70's Soundesign all-in-one stereo. You know, the kind that has an 8-track player built in. Listening to recorded music isn't always about the ultimate resolving system. Especially the way multi-track recordings are made. Vinyl sounded pretty good for what it was. And better than CD's or anything digital until recently.
  12. The cassette probably sounded better than the Born To Run remaster.
  13. If possible, I think Roon needs to be proactive for their own survival.
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