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If you're going to throw that type of money down, you could get a much better integrated amp.
Yup, the 445. People say it's a bright amp, but I didn't find it bright with either my HE-6 or Anax's HD800. Seems to do fine on modern recordings. Not sure how you rate Daft Punks' Get Lucky. I have not heard a bad sounding amp built by Craig. I would still go solid state for HE-6.
Yes, great sounding amp but not quite enough. Almost perfect for HD800 though.
Mobile is broken! Grrrr long post didn't go through.
Yup, a bit of trial and error. Luckily you don't have to be too precise with how much attenuation you want. Can just ball park it.
L-pad with lots of attenuation. For normal cans, you're going to hear some pretty annoying hiss without resistors.
Oh that Rube Goldberg machine? Don't even bother! Unlike that thing, an L-pad doesn't run the risk of blowing your drivers.
Could you describe the differences in sound between those 2 amps? Audio-gd tends to be smoother and warmer right?
Different sound, but the big audio-gd amps would be the better amps. I'm pretty sure the Master-3 is about as good as my Krell (maybe not quite there), but considering it's half the price brand new, it's an incredible bargain.
Took you long enough! Close your eyes so you can see the image. A great amp will put you right in the music.
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