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post #11 of 30 Old 11-08-08, 12:19 PM
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Mike: You can add this table a code block and it will retain its formatting. You may have to add spaces to align the columns though. Here is an example:

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001-400  1.0 $ 99 +S/H       $50 blinking light, fixed sub out
401 & up   1.1  $139 +S/H            --   --
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Mike: You can add this table a code block and it will retain its formatting. You may have to add spaces to align the columns though. Here is an example:

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Numbers Vers Price in USD Credit Problems
001-400  1.0 $ 99 +S/H       $50 blinking light, fixed sub out
401 & up   1.1  $139 +S/H            --   --
Thanks.
You are much more computer savvy than me.

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Okay, let me just see if this is right. Personally I would want a v1.1 for myself, although for my wife the sub out won't even be used so I could get a v1.0 for $99 then have a $50 credit to put towards some WAF-1s for her? If so that is the 2 channel budget setup of the year! :stirthepot:
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Okay, let me just see if this is right. Personally I would want a v1.1 for myself, although for my wife the sub out won't even be used so I could get a v1.0 for $99 then have a $50 credit to put towards some WAF-1s for her? If so that is the 2 channel budget setup of the year! :stirthepot:
You have it exactly right on all counts ... :rock:
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Any idea how close we are to getting the v1.1 Gizmo's shipping?

I'm still itching for the improved version to replace my existing Gizmo.
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Question Gizmo #'s

Craig -

I asked this somewhere else and I realize that there may be reasons you don't want to share this, but I'll ask again...
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# Gizmo 1.0 originals sold?
# Gizmo 1.0 modified sub outs sold?

remaining number of Gizmos before Gizmo v1.1 available?

I think that might help people plan purchases and watch the "countdown".:rock:

Thanks and again it is your business, so it's cool if you don't want to publicize those numbers.

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Good morning .... We got UPS confirmation yesterday that appx. 165 modded Gizmos are on the way to our Erie fulfillment center.

They will be sold for $119 delivered anywhere in the continental USA.

The only difference between modded 1.0 and V 1.1 will be the flashing blue light in stand-by and the 1.1 will have a higher overload threshold on the input.
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Good morning .... We got UPS confirmation yesterday that appx. 165 modded Gizmos are on the way to our Erie fulfillment center.

They will be sold for $119 delivered anywhere in the continental USA.

The only difference between modded 1.0 and V 1.1 will be the flashing blue light in stand-by and the 1.1 will have a higher overload threshold on the input.
Craig -

Ok.
Cool.:thumbsup:

Can you tell us what this means:

"...higher overload threshold on the input..."

(I mean, I think I know what it literally means, but why is it important)

Thanks

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Gizmo V.10 can handle a 3 volt input without overloading, which works well in most applications.

We have seen a few instances in which the input was overloaded - usually with either very inexpensive CD/DVD players or with computers being uses as the source.

The computer issues were easily fixed by turnng down the volume using the on screen display on each person's computer.

The CD/DVD player issue was normally not fixable, as these units do not often have a variable output.

So ... we increased the input ability for V1.1 to 9 volts.
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Gizmo V.10 can handle a 3 volt input without overloading, which works well in most applications.

We have seen a few instances in which the input was overloaded - usually with either very inexpensive CD/DVD players or with computers being uses as the source.

The computer issues were easily fixed by turnng down the volume using the on screen display on each person's computer.

The CD/DVD player issue was normally not fixable, as these units do not often have a variable output.

So ... we increased the input ability for V1.1 to 9 volts.
Interesting.
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