| drdna wrote:|
|Well, it gave me a chuckle. I will be interested to hear about the listening results, considering I have just bought a PP2000, which should be here in a few days. Will I have to buy a Avicenna now also? Adrian|
Adrian, I do not sell audio things to people. In fact, and the people who do not know me personally do not know about it, I do not feel comfortable what people buy the audio things just based upon my experiences. My experiences with audio are very much not oriented for other, I do audio for myself not for others and I would like not to feel a hostage of anybody’s buying decisions.
A few days back a local audio stop by to listen my new version of playback and after I shoed to him the Avicenna’s board he asked me the question what I would do with my new PP2000 if Avicenna turn out to be better. I replied that I would be grateful if it happen and would not feel as I lost anything: if PP2000 does well sonically Avicenna let assume even better then the only side that will be at lost is “bad electricity”.
Anyhow, I do not know yet about the rivalry between PP2000 and Avicenna, I myself very curios as everyone understand. I am sure the next week will show what is going on in the competition. Avicenna and PP2000 are different units, the PP2000 is regenerator and Avicenna is more like power processor. They use so much different idea that I do not even know what to expect.
About the commercial opportunity for Avicenna – I do not know yet. The design in my view is brilliant and if it sound good then it might be interesting if Avicenna become a commercial product. Dima, claimed the way how he designed and tested the Avicenna it is ready to go to production right now and there is nothing to improve there or optimize in there. BTW, Dima had a solution and adjustment to the “nervousness” that I measured above. Still, Avicenna is Dima’s invention and if it has any future then it will be under his umbrella, still I do not think that he might be interested to build the things, he specializes on design and invention of electronics not on building of electronics.
Anyhow, let see how it goes…
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche