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The stands look to me a bit on the short side...for me they would be unusable because of the long carbon connectors on my headphone..maybe a thought for the ones having an aftermarket cable with NON-PLASTIC..not to flexible , connectors on it on the headphone side (like my cable) then the rubbish plastic very flexible standard would be a pity u win something that u cant use on ur beloved he560.Totally oftopic..just finished watching the japanese movie Initial...
Or maybe he should try the he500 also?
Ears are sometimes real motha f....ckers: they tell u to buy stuff..but dont wanna know how much it costs afterwards.....just like women and their bags,shoes, 'designer' clothing etc.
Oopsie..wont happen again 00500 About ur initiatials...well..only thing to do now for u is contacting them asap to create u ur ultimate BCeT amp, as that cant be a coincidence Hehehehehe
+1 i agree ears are my entry way into musical bliss...or horror
Hehehehe u would sent a Distress call to them like this: CODE BLUE!!!! Highest priority... 'a bluecircian is in trouble..sent help to these coordinates'...end of message.....but dont worry about using BCET. for their custom projects they always use the names of the customer in some (weird) way in the initials of the product they create. So every custom designed and built amp is unique..not only in built..but ALWAYS IN NAME.PaG stands for: 'Paulo amp built by...
no worries on the tax as its not a class A amp..hehehe as its a:and i quote (StanD will love this tech talk..hehehe) It operates in what i (gilbert) call "low-bias class AB," eschewing global feedback but having very high local feedback in the output stage, which helps account for the amp's very low output impedance. The PaG has very low noise. And thats an assertion that's easy to confirm with just a few minutes of listening. The PaG is eerily quiet (as i said already...
For metal...he4,he5,he500 (with modulor pads) and he6 (with very powerful amp), he400 can be good..but can be very fatique very quickly...All imho ofcourse and a good copper cable....not silver...rumble rumble..hehehehe
I agree..some cables do work, and improve the sound...some brands make very good cables...Norse Audio and Toxic Cables being two of them and until now Toxic being my favorite.
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