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 Thanks - fixed ,)
Just posted a review comparing the SLI-80 Signature with the Leben CS300XS for headphone use:
Just posted a review - comparing the Leben CS300XS with the Cary SLI-80 Signature:
Thanks, good to hear that my impressions are shared by other qualified ears The HE6 is maybe my "if you had to live with only one" headphone. Using it with the m9 which is great, but I am really curious about those Firstwatts...Actually, to get back to the Leben - for music that doesn't require much bass control (like slow jazz, chamber music etc), the CS300xs and HE6 is quite delicious
Very interesting indeed. I will investigate this. No hum at all with HD600?
HaveI'glad you got something out of it :-)I have not heard the F-version, so I have no idea. But it would surprise me if it was totally different, from shat I have read the difference between the x, xs an tha plain versions are small. But what seems a bit odd is that the output impedance is 300 ohm for headphones at Lebens specs list. They haven't stated the outp.imp. For the XS, but Leben has stated that it was best for low impedance cans.From the Leben pages it seems...
I actially have compared the Mjolnir and Taurus here: I also compared the Taurus to the Conductor, and the Conductor to the Leben om the same site, it can be of any help About the hum issues mentioned avove, it is the only drawback for the Leben. But i have had no hum with lcd3, 2, He500, q701 among others. But for high impedance and especially sensitive headphones i do...
The hum issue is almost exclusively with high impedance headphones for most people. A DC filter might help, i will ge one after summer
 There are two versions of the Leben's output. One is 1W the other is 0.8W. The 1W option is by special order - but it is just a matter of two resistors easily swapped by any tech/DIY. I have the 1W version. See here:
 I find it the opposite with both...
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