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Your signature says you have an ODAC and O2 amp. Do you not have these anymore? They should sound good from the ODAC and O2 combo.  I'm using mine with an ODAC and the speaker taps of my Emotiva Mini-X speaker amp. They do like power, and do sound better with more power on tap.
Listened to these three last night:         The last one is more towards the prog rock genre, but there are some definite jazz influences in there.
Currently listening to this on the nearfeild speakers:
Well, I was about ready to buy a Schiit Vali or Magni. I'm sure my Emotiva from the speaker taps sounds better than those.
The Q701 is pretty revealing and not all that insensitive. I doubt you'd ever hear any noise with the he560.
I was listening to the Q701 again last night on the Emotiva and it's really impressive. I'm liking this combo a lot.
Live at Carnegie Hall, and Time Further Out are both good as well. Live at Carnegie Hall is a really really good album. Good music, good performance, and it's recorded very well for the most part.
A few posts back you can see how I wired my Q701 up to my Emotiva Mini-X speaker amp. At first I had just used the bare wire into the binding posts, then I got some Banana plugs and wired them up that way. My first attempt at making them look good and strong was a bit of a weak attempt. Well today I found some metal sleeves to press into the banana plugs since the Q701 wire is so tiny, and the Banana plugs accept up to a 12 gauge wire. I also got some heat shrink tubing....
A few posts back you can see how I wired my Q701 up to my Emotiva Mini-X speaker amp. At first I had just used the bare wire into the binding posts, then I got some Banana plugs and wired them up that way. My first attempt at making them look good and strong was a bit of a weak attempt. Well today I found some metal sleeves to press into the banana plugs since the Q701 wire is so tiny, and the Banana plugs accept up to a 12 gauge wire. I also got some heat shrink tubing....
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