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Old 4th October 2006, 10:13 PM   #1
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http://www.jam-tech.com

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Old 4th October 2006, 11:39 PM   #2
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http://www.jam-tech.com

Any comments?

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Heinz, what's your opinion. Personally it's too heavy on the BS I can't bring myself to see any valide info, but it looks like they're promissing a big 20W for the second generation later in the year

I think maybe their stocks are up for grabs.
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There was this thread a while back.

From memory this triangle wave test was their orignal claim to fame of the superior quality of their amplifiers. Their "sub-ranging" technology is probably their marketing guys wanting a new spin...
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Gorilla:
There was this thread a while back.

Thank You, sorry I donīt find it!

Chris:
Heinz, what's your opinion

Now I know thatīs not my lack in English not to find any useful information there
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Gorilla:
There was this thread a while back.

Thank You, sorry I donīt find it!

Chris:
Heinz, what's your opinion

Now I know thatīs not my lack in English not to find any useful information there

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Old 5th October 2006, 04:08 AM   #6
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Default Yes, we have no banana ...

... yes we have no real there, there, either.

The company is trying to crack the low end market for audio built into TVs, etc. If they were interested in something more useful to quality audio, they would be using 24 bit processors instead of 18 bit ...

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