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Old 4th October 2015, 01:54 AM   #11
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We will be glued to this site as further developments are finalised...i have one more amp that i will purchase in my lifetime...It is good to hear from you Hugh!

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Old 9th October 2015, 12:37 PM   #12
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Hi Hugh,

This is going to be a seriously nice lineup for the Aspen products!

For myself, I would be heavily interested in the Maya II (provided I can find a way to finance it, as I would need two sets ...).

Any chance that there will be a lower wattage Maya II with two channels on a single heatsink?

I realise that this would probably kill off the succesful NAKSA 80 ...

Or can the wattage of the Maya IIs be lowered to around 100 watts, just by using a smaller, lower voltage tranny?

Cheers,

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Old 9th October 2015, 10:41 PM   #13
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Hi Jens,

The audio space is extremely competitive, and to stay alive I have to offer a range from 80W to 200W and beyond, with price settings delivering even more sonic quality as you go up the line. I cannot offer a 80W Maya; it would destroy all my lower power products, and I have to hold to this because the market is totally ruthless and uncaring. Look at the auto market; BMW will sell you a four cylinder 2 litre, but for the same car with a 2.5 litre six cylinder engine you pay at least $18k more!! Yet, the 'entry' level is a very competent, durable car..... and so it is with the NAKSA 80.

I am sorry, but I have to calibrate my products carefully to reflect the market realities.

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