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C&C BH Portable Headphone Amp Reviews


Small Amp, Big Power


Pros: Imaging, soundstage, clarity and treble switch, ridiculous battery life

Cons: Volume knob loose enough to accidentally turn, small range for IEMs, EMI magnet

I'm really impressed by this tiny little amp. The C&C BH is truly a portable amp, hardly bigger than a tube of chapstick and boasting an insane battery that supposedly lasts 60+ hours. I've not yet charged mine since opening it a few days prior to this review and it's still going strong. The BH also has smart charging, so when it finally does run out of juice, you don't have to worry about over-charging it; it'll be good to go when it's full and won't damage itself. It can also be used during charging.   Build:   I have a few minor issues with the build. Sometimes, the jack is a little loose and needs a little re-adjustment to get the sound right. Only happens...
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Pros: Inexpensive and Great Sound for Price!

Cons: With Gain on There is Hissing

My Review: see link below: https://ae8f1decb12a1a7b7992e5798da6d3caca73de45.googledrive.com/host/0BxYhWX_uhcC3bWJYS0V1T3Q1bWc/index.html

Amazing for the price


Pros: Gain,Bass/Trebble Boost, Soundstage switches, all work in positive way, ultra portable

Cons: design could be a little better

This is an amazing ultra portable amp. I paid 99$ for it and couldn't be happier.    Sound This amp has one of the best soundstage i've heard for this price , if not the best. The soundstage can easily improve with the switch ON . The detail is really good , and with the bass boost switch which also boosts treble a little bit , the detail and clarity is even more improved . There is another switch as well for higher impedance cans to give more juice but i rarely use it for my IEMs.    Portability Ultra portable , this amp is extremely small and comes with a case and all necessary accesories as well with a wall adapter to charge the batter within 6 hours instead...
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Techno Kid

E11 Killer


Pros: Build Quality, Sound Quality, Battery Life

Cons: Nothing

This Isn't going to be a long review more so just some impression on how it sounds.   First thing that jumped out at me was the clarity over the FiiO E11, the BH was clear and more transparent making the E11 to sound much darker with less detail.   The bass boost or the LF switch gives the bass on my SM3 V2 more punch but what it really adds is depth, the sub-bass is much more prominent and I hear bass lines that I never heard before with the E11.   Soundstage gets wider as well as giving better depth to my SM3 and now the imaging and separation sound perfect, I can sit there listening imagining am at the club or festival (listen to mainly EDM) as the music is...
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C&C BH the small wonder


Pros: Cheap,good sounding, bass boost and small.

Cons: Would have preffered both outputs to be the same impedance.

Not much to say as im not very experienced in the amping world. Also this is not my first language or am I very good at writing or explaining sound:   It include 3 switches on the back, one is the gain switch. Second switch is the bass switch that provides you some more sub bass when used with headphones/iems. And the last one is a weird one as it gives you more soundstage.   I have used the amp with some different cans now including :   Beyerdynamic DT880 250ohm --- Powers them more than enough and they sound great and ill go as far as to say it sound better than my stx output with stock op-amps. I prefer to not use it without any switch(except high gain as...
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