I like my Buss!
What's the difference between the Majik and RevB? Heck what about between those and the Uber? What makes them different?
The Majik was my first product. It had the first iteration of what I call the EMI/RFI Brick and Power Factor Correction network. Next came the Uber, which could be called a 'double Majik' in a common case. It is a little more than that. I use ERS cloth in the Uber and there is none in the MajikBUSS.
The RevB came about as a unit that was initially going to be called the SuBUSS. It has a slightly upgraded Brick and the PFC network from the Uber. This unit is very dynamic like an Uber and works well for all around use. The Uber is still superior for heavy duty work as well as being the best
unit to use for digital sources. The EMI/RFI blocking and dissipation that it does makes digital circuitry happy, happy, happy.
I have a unit in prototype stage that will be made specifically for a growing niche market: dB Audio Labs Tranquility DAC
. This giant killer is an amazing piece of gear. The designers did a terrific job in power supply design and it really doesn't benefit from what the Majik, RevB and Uber have to offer. It is THE ONLY piece of gear that I have run across that has this characteristic. Eric Hider and his design team are on top of what makes for world class digital conversion. I think that I have figured out what will make this first class DAC a 'bit' better (insert pun there) and that is all that I can hope for at this time. Price is TBD after it gets past the prototype stage. I will not release the unit unless it does what I think it will do. I do not sell hype and it has to live up to my (and other's) expectations.
That about covers it, I think
Thanks again for the questions.