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Posts by Tyll Hertsens

Thank you, kayandjohn, really interesting work. 
 Ah. I knew I must have been missing something. 
Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here, but are you guys getting 2.5mmTRRS to 3.5mm TRS adapters to convert balanced to single-ended?   Does it do this by summing the out-of-polarity (inverted) balanced signals together to form what would normally be the ground connector?   If so, I think that's a really bad idea. The output impedance of the amp---even at 3 Ohms---will look like a near short to the other amp. At a minimum, the inverted amps will get hot from...
I'm using the AURALiC VEGA DAC. Love it. Don't know about gear miniaturization. Some will no doubt be small and very good, but the convenience of being able to plug in a variety of connectors easily will likely keep most home gear from shrinking too far...I think.
 For the record, that was John Grandberg's review. I do have one here, however, as my current reference rig and love it.
^^^Man, I been at this longer than I thought.
You are most welcome, Wachara, really a stunning achievement.    We'll take it to email from here...I've got to figure out how to get them back to you properly.   But I've got 'til Monday to take care of that, so I'll be enjoying a bit of your creation at my leisure over the weekend.   Thank you so very much for the opportunity to experience your headphones.   Outstanding job!
Simply an outstanding effort, Chinsettawong!   Thank you for sending your marvelous headphones in for measurement. I wouldn't have believed it had I not done the measurements myself.   Very, very nice!!!   http://www.innerfidelity.com/content/extraordinary-diy-electrostatic-headphones-chinsettawong
Great thread! Thank you.   Probably worth mentioning the issues related to inattentional blindness caused by headphones.    People get killed every month by walking out in front of trains with headphones on.   That's not to mention cars.    Please be aware of the danger of walking around with headphones on and not paying attention to your surroundings.   Walk safe!
   I absolutely agree with you 100%, and I thought about that as I wrote the post.  The problem is, teenagers, it seems to me, while they're quite likely to go a bit manic in their posting, they're also somewhat likely to take advice when given. The "adults" you speak of are probably quite a bit less likely to take the advice, so I didn't bother.
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