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1 hour ago, vortecjr said:

The ultraRendu remains as an Ethernet input and USB Audio output, but all the connectors are now located on the rear of the unit for easy cable routing.

 

so... no joy for those who prefer an USB hard apter? :(

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1 hour ago, jtwrace said:

Sweet!   Look forward to more.  :D

 

Have you had a chance to compare the Vinnie Rossi mini and the Uptone Ultracap LPS-1 with either microRendu or sMS-200?

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This is very interesting, especially if an existing LPS-1 can be retrofitted with the combo faceplate.  It of course comes down to uR price and µR resale prices.

Edited by mrvco

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2 hours ago, vortecjr said:

Seeing the ultraRendu next to the UltraCAP leaves me wanting to combine them in a nicer way. As such, I have an idea for a custom faceplate that allows you to mount both and have them look as one in your audio rack. Please provide feedback here so I can gauge interest in it. 

 

 

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A custom, high quality DC cable (without the insane Cardas premium) would go along great with this idea.

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45 minutes ago, http404 said:

 

Have you had a chance to compare the Vinnie Rossi mini and the Uptone Ultracap LPS-1 with either microRendu or sMS-200?

I haven't.  

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26 minutes ago, rickca said:

A custom, high quality DC cable (without the insane Cardas premium) would go along great with this idea.

I would be interested in having more contextual info about this "Insane Cardas premium". Are you referring to the Sonore DC-4 ?

Regards

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1 minute ago, Superdad said:

I do think we would either need to have a similar custom back plate made or that a small brace/bridge piece be made to join the two cases at the back.

 

 

That thought did occur to me as well - in the end I expect it would come down to the difference between making the front plate strong enough to avoid problems and the cost of making a front plate out of standard material as well as something to support the back.  For the rest of us, there's duct tape ;)

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27 minutes ago, André Gosselin said:

I would be interested in having more contextual info about this "Insane Cardas premium". Are you referring to the Sonore DC-4 ?

Regards

Yes.

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2 hours ago, austinpop said:

Built-in ISO-Regen

 

That is reserved for the triple version front plate 😃

 

(Or 4, as you need two LPS-1).

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32 minutes ago, Superdad said:

I do think we would either need to have a similar custom back plate made

 

make it so it also carries DC power with no need for a cable ;)

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1 hour ago, rickca said:

A custom, high quality DC cable (without the insane Cardas premium) would go along great with this idea.

 

You probably find that one in this thread:

Even with 90 degrees plug....

Edited by R1200CL

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Just now, thyname said:

Let me summarize the questions everyone will have:

 

1 - Price?

 

2 - Difference with microRendu?

 

thanks!

Those aren't my questions.  :P

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