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Isn't this technically a Razer product because Razer owns THX?
THX existed first, and just because they were bought out doesn't mean that their production has necessarily changed.
A lot of the time it does though.
It's a Massdrop product with THX Technology inside, co-developed by Massdrop and THX. Razer continues to let THX operate as an independent subsidiary, and AAA has been in development since well before the acquisition. Lucky for us, Razer has extended the F&F discount on some sweet hardware. :D
I can see how this might be confusing, as THX has mostly been known for their cinema, measurement, and certification roots. They have produced some prototype amps. The AAA circuit was designed by THX and Massdrop is producing the amplifier through our manufacturing supply chain. This product was specified and requested by Massdrop for the way our audiophile community will use it.
Razer buying THX is pretty interesting but this is a Massdrop product powered by THX technology. No Razer involvement today...
Is it made in Razer's factories though?
Nope, Massdrop factories.
Got it, that’s a relief. Well good job guys. I‘m not trying to be rude here, but I’m sure you know the community’s concern with Razer’s QC and general product quality. I have had major problems with most of the Razer products I have bought.
yoh really have more confid on factories oem-ing massdrop products?
Yeah 100%. Razer’s quality is garbage.