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    Re: Typhon QR

    Quote Originally Posted by Gondo101 View Post
    A rare review on Typhon QR, by the way, what does QRBB stand for?

    https://www.soundstageultra.com/inde...er-distributor
    Quantum Reserve / Ballistic Buffer

    QR/BB is much easier.

    This is a link to the US patent for those that are interested.

    https://patents.google.com/patent/US...Caelin+Gabriel
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    Re: Typhon QR

    Quote Originally Posted by CGabriel View Post
    Quantum Reserve / Ballistic Buffer

    QR/BB is much easier.

    This is a link to the US patent for those that are interested.

    https://patents.google.com/patent/US...Caelin+Gabriel

    good thing that there is no complete name on the packaging, I can’t imagine the custom officer first reaction when they see “Ballistic” name on it

    I have read the paper, I am wondering how long to completely “charge” (for optimum usage) and to “discharge” (for safety reason) the QRBB module inside Typhon QR.

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    Re: Typhon QR

    There is no residual stored charge. Relatively speaking less than a couple milli-seconds
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    Re: Typhon QR

    Quote Originally Posted by CGabriel View Post
    There is no residual stored charge. Relatively speaking less than a couple milli-seconds
    Caelin,

    is there a possibility the typhon Qr could be scaled down to a more accessible Denali version ? Eg , an add on for existing Denali 6000 owners like the typhon or perhaps an even higher end Denali 7000 that would incorporate more of the typhon QR technology to the Denali line ?

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    Re: Typhon QR

    The Denali has a smaller QR/BB built in.
    It’s just that in this case - size does matter.
    Bigger is better.
    Caelin Gabriel
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