There is always the next new-and-improved product in the pipeline, regardless of the manufacturer or product.
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I agree with Tvad.
It seems rare, at least to me, to see a manufacturer upgrade a product as quickly as the folks at NuForce have done with their little amplifier. I believe all models are still available to accommodate price and/or usage constraints of the customer. It seems the SE was by far the biggest upgrade. If I were them I'd be working on a balanced multichannel preamp or Home Theater processor, to include bypass, mute, monaural, and phase switches.
I think every manufacture likes to pick a product and throw the kitchen sink at it once in a while just to air out all their technology that is possible..ie don't build to a price point. I think Nuforce is doing this with the SE...Its basically a ref 9 that has been hotrodded to the nth degree with top of the line parts, ie just like an after modder does..only in house....just my opinion.....
i guess we did not have anyone get to the nuforce room at CES to give us a update on the new p-9 pre, i understand by mid march the new p-9s will be going out to the general market, larryex7 i started with ref 9s and had them upgraded by nuforce to se and yes you are correct they added a blower to it, not in horse power but IMHO a more detailed, and musical amp, and yet still powerful enough to drive most speakers with ease, and in my system with the yellow cap cut out between speaker terminals even better in all areas,