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I have the exact same issue. When I rotate the headphone jack the audio will come back in. Its really annoying and only started recently.
 I just took your advice.I pondered about the double amping and I tried turned off direct monitoring option on my audio interface off while sending the output to the amp. It is a MUCH better improvement. It sounds close enough to just the headphones plugged into the audio interface. It seems to also make the music sound more forward. The transients seem a bit tame to be. Thanks for the idea!
Well I have a basically have a RCA to 3.5mm cable that's plugged into the amp. I also have a 1/4 inch adapter that converts the 3.5mm jack on the cable to fit into my audio interface. Im not an extremely technical person. I figured that there may be a problem when using the audio interface output to plug into the Magni but I also emailed technical support on schiit audio. They told me it was okay but I think they just wanted me to buy their amp lol.   I also have two...
Thanks for the speedy reply! I could see why the combination would somewhat bring problems or undesired changes in what to expect. Honestly, I am floored with the way this combo makes the M50 sound and quite disheartened how they gave me the perception that the HD600 would sound on an amp. I was unimpressed from day one. I will continue to A/B between my HS80M Yamaha monitors and some of my headphones. Ill try my Ipod routed to the amp and different headphones. What did...
Okay,   So I hope I can find the right kind of guidance to help me out with my HD 600's. I recently purchased them and I'm kind of confused as to if Im doing something wrong. Firstly, I bought the HD600 without an amp and I connected it to my focusrite scarlett 2i2 audio interface. Its USB powered and I didn't think that it would be enough to power my HD 600. On the audio interface the 600's seem to have a very prominent bass with very clear trebles and highs. I could...
what kind of speakers?    I find the imaging on nearfield monitors better than headphones. It also depends on how you set them up in a room. Headphones will usually take that out of the equation of room acoustics which can drastically change the image of the sound.
I find the HD 25's offer a sound stage that isn't all that big, for electronic based music it doesn't really matter all that much about how big your sound stage is. It's doesn't take away from the music as much as it would in rock or classical music.  I produce electronic music in my home studio and the HD 25's are fine more than enough to check my mix. I actually think that HD 25's make electronic music sound much better as compared to other headphones. The highs are...
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