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  1. The updated Geek Wave IGG campaign went live this morning based on feedback they received and it looks like it may be fully-funded in one day. They have some 24 hour specials & discounts for Geek Force members. I'm liking how it can be used at home, on-the-go, and in the car (which is something I can't do right now). It's a portable self-contained digital music player that supports PCM up to DXD and DSD128: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKlEAehXZLI The Wave can be controlled directly from it's display and controls, or from iOS and Android via Blutooth, and it comes in four configurations from a 64GB 160mW version up to a 128GB dual-mono femto clock monster with a replaceable 5000 mAh Li-Ion battery. All the versions also have an SDXC memory card slot that supports up to 2TB. I checked on Amazon and Newegg and it looks like 128 and 256GB are the most common. I'm liking the XD128... ^^
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