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Master "deals" (massdrop, ebay, Amazon, etc.) Thread on Audio Product Sales

MoreWatts

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I'm getting an Amazon offer (USA) for:

Monolith M-15 V2 15in THX Certified Ultra 1000 watt subwoofer @ $1199 (-27% off $1651).

I was going to pull the trigger until I saw "168 pounds." Sheesh, I can't do anything with that.
 

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Sennheiser HD 600,650,660(NEW)are $50-$200 off on Amazon right now.have listened/had the 660s in a long time so went ahead and scooped up a pair
 

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So then that Amazon offer (USA) also has:
Monolith M-10 V2 10in THX Certified Select 500 watt subwoofer @ $589 (-18% off $716). Not as big a discount as on the 15 incher (-27%), but a good deal for THX Select.
Re my post above, this is a manageable 73 pounds unboxed, 98 shipped.
I bought 2. You're supposed to use 2 subs, right? :rolleyes:
 

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which model you are using?
I'm sure things have changed a bit since then.
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Got an email from Audyssey. It's going to be $150 on Nov 21st. See details in the quote.

Greetings from Audyssey!
We are very pleased to announce our Black Friday sale for MultEQ-X and MultEQ-X Pro licenses.

What is the sale discount?
You will get 25% off the normal license cost = $149.99 (instead of $199.99).

What are the sale dates/times?
The sale will start at 12:01am (UTC) on November 21 and go until 11:59pm (UTC) on November 28.

How do buy a license at the sale price?
For MultEQ-X, simply run the app, log in, go to the Connect page, and click the "Get License" button next to the AVR you want to activate.
For MultEQ-X Pro, please e-mail our sales department ([email protected]).

Remind me, what's the difference between MultEQ-X and MultEQ-X Pro?
MultEQ-X Pro is designed for pro installers and other business users. It has all the same calibration features as MultEQ-X, but it doesn't require a Microsoft account for logging in or purchasing licenses. We handle the sales directly here at Audyssey, and you can get volume discounts of 10% and higher, depending on the size of your order. Also, if you need tech support, you can talk directly to our engineers on the phone.

What if I’ve already bought some MultEQ-X licenses? Can I transfer them to MultEQ-X Pro?
Yes you certainly can. We will happily move your licenses to Pro, but you must purchase enough additional licenses to meet the 5-license minimum.

Sounds good. Anything else I should know?
If you're still on the fence about purchasing MultEQ-X or MultEQ-X Pro, please read our amazing 5-star reviews!

Sound & Vision: Audyssey MultEQ-X Room EQ Software Review
Home Theater Review: Audyssey MultEQ-X Software & Calibrated Microphone Review

Wishing you a very happy holiday season,
The Audyssey Team​
 

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Posted in European thread:
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35% off on BoXem Arthur Ncore amps !
 

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Since the AKM fire, they've been using a the same Texas instruments DAC as the 3800. This 3700 probably has identical SINAD to the 3800 as a result.
yes, that's what I thought. I was asking if there's any way to decipher which unit has what dac besides obviously opening the sucker up and even then with all those boards inside who knows if it's easily visible.
 

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yes, that's what I thought. I was asking if there's any way to decipher which unit has what dac besides obviously opening the sucker up and even then with all those boards inside who knows if it's easily visible.
I saved this when I was concerned about the issue:

A few weeks later Denon Germany support confirmed to me via E-mail what we already knew, which is that AVC-X3700H with serial number:
smaller than xxxxxxx70000 has AK4458,
larger than xxxxxxx70000 has PCM5102A.

From <https://www.audiosciencereview.com/...-x4700h-and-x6700h.22798/page-22#post-1047497>
 

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Drop posted a bunch of early Black Friday deals:

A lot of audio deals for headphones/DACs/Amplifiers, from the things where I previously kept track of the price Drop + MrSpeakers Ether CX is now $699, down from regular price of $900 and further $50 down from previous low of $750:

If not for the value of my country's currency dropping sharply compared to the dollar, I'd be very tempted myself.
 

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DROP launches ULTRASONE SIGNATURE X HEADPHONES (Made in Germany)​

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ULTRASONE SIGNATURE X HEADPHONES MSRP $1049.99 is high end closed back Headphones. Drop now lowered that high price tag to $249 from this new launch of collaboration: DROP + ULTRASONE SIGNATURE X HEADPHONES

Bass is a big deal—especially in today’s music. Many headphones boost bass, but the results can be sub-par, all the way down to subs. In our first collaboration with innovative German brand Ultrasone, we decided to make a pair of headphones with a low-end that’s anything but low-quality. Meet the new Drop + Ultrasone Signature X: your new bass of operations. A variation of Ultrasone’s popular Signature Series Pulse Headphones—designed for DJs, with a sound signature that closely adheres to the bass-emphasized Harman Target Curve—the Signature X keeps its predecessors bass-centric identity, with a new tuning that adds energy to other key areas of the frequency spectrum. Built around an ultra-punchy low-end, the Drop + Ultrasone Signature X gets a few more swings in with sparkling highs and clearly defined mids. It’s a musical experience that hits hard—and it’s bolstered by Ultrasone’s patented S-Logic® technology, which uses ear anatomy to dictate driver placement for more natural-sounding acoustics. It’s the Drop + Ultrasone Signature X: the bass experience you’ve been waiting for.
 
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