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It did both, thanks for that! Cheers,Chris
You may be right. I just got back from having my hearing tested and it turns out that for low to mid sounds I'm fine but have some hearing loss in the upper registers. Pretty normal for a guy turning 55 in a couple of days. I'm finding the HD600s a little more "veiled" these days and attribute that to at least partly to my hearing loss. I guess as my hearing changes so will my headphone preference.
I compared the LCD-2 to my HD600s in my Mojo last week and preferred the LCD-2 by a large margin. The difference was not subtle.
First time using the Mojo while out and about. Using Sennheiser Momentum On-Ear headphones and it sounds pretty great. Being able to use this thing as a DAC in my main stereo setup and then just grab it and throw it into a bag with some headphones and take it with me is pretty incredible.
I've been using Mac Mini > USB > Jitterbug since getting the Mojo on Monday, trying optical today. So far I think I like optical more.   Oh and this thing is seriously great.
By "desktop" I mean not portable. I have my LS50s on stands.   Got the Mojo yesterday afternoon so it's too early to give a final verdict but so far i'm extremely pleased. It should only get better with time. It's mind boggling how such a tiny device (it's much smaller than I expected) can produce such sound.   In some cases the difference is quite shocking. The album "Secondhand Daylight" by Magazine almost sounds like it has been remastered.   I'll update again...
Hello all,   I have a Mojo on the way, it should be here in a few days. I'll be primarily using it in a desktop setup which will be Mac Mini -> Jitterbug -> USB -> Mojo -> Simaudio Moon 250i -> KEF LS50 I'll let you know how it sounds once the Mojo gets here.   Chris
  I moved my A5s to a different desk with my laptop and music equipment and went back to using my A2s. They obviously don't have as much bass as the A5s but they still amaze me with how good they sound. When I want to get a better listening experience I use either my Grado 325i or Sennheiser HD600 headphones through the Duet's headphone out. The computer (out of picture on the floor) is an 8 core Mac Pro and all of my music is in Apple Lossless format and is played...
I moved my A5s to a different desk with my music equipment and went back to the A2s. Obviously they don't have as much bass as the A5s but they still amaze me with how good they sound. When i want to get more volume and quality I use either my Grado 325s or Sennheiser HD600s through the headphone out of the Apogee Duet. The computer is an 8 core Mac Pro and all of my music is played through iTunes in Apple Lossless format.
Quote: Originally Posted by hockeyb213 Only issue I see with the yotank is how recessed the click wheel is in the case. Is it awkward at all to scroll with the case on? It's not a problem for me either. Go buy one
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