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Aune S7 Balanced Headphone Amplifier Review – Video

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SIMAUDIO MOON NEO 230HAD HEADPHONE AMP/DAC $1499 REVIEW

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“The 230HAD occupies a very competitive space. Several highly-accomplished manufacturers including Questyle and Ayre have exceptional offerings in this price category. Simaudio holds its own against all comers. The 230HAD has a rightness to its presentation that allows for untold hours of effortless listening enjoyment. Whether you are doing critical listening to audition that new pair of reference headphones or simply wish to get as deep into your music as you can, the Moon Neo 230HAD will be your guide to your own private audio nirvana. Highly recommended!”

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Sony Signature Series Review – Video

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Questyle CMA800R Headphone Amplifier Review

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“With rock music like Icelandic rock band Kaleo’s “Way Down We Go” from their album A/B (16-bit/88.2-kHz, TIDAL MQA Master), the bass was tight and with greater weight than I’m used to through the HD800 cans. For those who are of the opinion that the HD800 phones have thinness to their bass, one listen with the CMA800R will prove otherwise. The Sennheiser HD800 phones have never sounded as balanced as they did with the CMA800R, and I found this to be true with every music genre I listened to, including very dynamic classical and bass-heavy hip hop.”

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Woo WA33 Headphone Amplifier – Video

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COS ENGINEERING H1 HEADPHONE AMP REVIEW

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” Not that you should think of the H1 as a metric superstar. It isn’t as crazily detailed as Vivace. It is warmer and more detailed up top, and presents far more spatial detail between frequencies. On balance, the H1 sits between the crazy numbers-game performance of Vivace and the warmer, NOS-sounding HILO. Of course, it hasn’t Vivace’s mild low-pass filter. Its highs therefore are clearer, and more extended.”

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Schiit’s Jotunheim Headphone Amp Review

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“The avidity delta between the Mojo running solo and with Schiit assistance is even more pronounced once the high-end Sennheisers are moved over to the Jotunheim’s balanced socket where the former’s 300 Ohm nominal impedance meets with the latter’s 900mW output power – that’s an extra 550mW over and above Jotunheim’s single-ended headphone output.”

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