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Musical Fidelity X-Can v3

Musical Fidelity X-Can v3

“I knew the quality of the MF gear for the money and had heard the X-can V-3 yrs ago, I just wasn't into headphones back a few years. So in 2009 I bought a perfect used X-can V3 off of Audiogon and was somewhat pleased with the sound that it produced with my Sen.-HD650s....right out of the box, but knew that the stock (crap)6922 tubes had to go. I installed a NOS pr of my Amperex 7308 SQ grade...” --9pintube

100% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity M1HPA

Musical Fidelity M1HPA

“ This is a warm sounding amp and really smooth with enough power to drive 2 headphones simultaneously. As Lan647 was saying that it could drive 2 high end headphones without a problem, I can drive my beyerdynamic t1 & the sennheiser hd800 with ease at the same time. Pretty neat feature if you wan't to compare 2 headphones.   I've compared these with the nuforce icon hdp and it...” --dolor

100% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity - V-CAN MKII - Headphone Amplifier

Musical Fidelity - V-CAN MKII - Headphone Amplifier

“ I don't know what kind of headphones they designed these for, but for my 300ohm Sennheiser HD-540 and AKG k701 I only turn up about 25%. If you wanted to use a splitter this should be able to power 3-4 pairs of nice headphones, which would be good if you wanted the band to hear during production and recording; however, I have not tested it for use of monitoring with many headphones.That said,...” --JamesHuntington

100% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity V-CAN Headphone Amplifier

Musical Fidelity V-CAN Headphone Amplifier

“ You hear what you want without cranking up your stereo receiver, how nice is that? Maybe if I had weaker headphones I wouldn't need this, but I have 3 pairs that starve with in my receiver. I turn the volume on my stereo to 75% for average listening on headphones and I could handle 100% on some albums. So, if you've been through the stereo and want to go big, this is good clean sound for a...” --JamesHuntington

100% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity X-CANV8P

Musical Fidelity X-CANV8P

“ I just saw that the X-Can is still get a raving review, but a lot has happened the last year on both the dac and amp front. It´s still powerful and can be used as a preamp. I own it myself, but I find it misleading today to  give top rating all over the line. I just made a test two weeks ago with the 3 times less expensive Calyx Kong. You get much better DAC performance and better...” --Larryonfire

50% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity X-Can v8

Musical Fidelity X-Can v8

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Type: Hybrid headphone amplifier – and part-time high-end pre-amp Valve Complement: 2x ECC88 Inputs: 1x line-level (RCA/phono) 1x USB Outputs: 2x stereo 1/4” jack 1x line-level (fixed – RCA/phono) Dimensions (WxHxD): 180 x 88 x 240mm Weight: 1.85kg Price: £350 Manufacturer: Musical Fidelity Ltd Tel. (44)(0)20 8900 2866 Net. www.musicalfidelity.com

Musical Fidelity X-PSU

Musical Fidelity X-PSU

For older X- devices (XCAN V1/2, XDAC, XLP) Four @ 12V AC 20VA 100/115/230V AC 50/60Hz Factory preset 60W IEC mains lead Set of four X-Series power leads 110 x 110 x 220 (W x H x D) Width and height include feet

Musical Fidelity X-CAN v2

Musical Fidelity X-CAN v2

Tube headphone amplifier Specifications Output power Typically 1W Input impedance 47kOhms THD <0.015% 20Hz-20kHz unweighted <0.005% 20Hz-20kHz 'A' weighted S/N ratio >96dB unweighted ref. full output >108dB 'A' weighted ref. full output Frequency response 30Hz to 75kHz <+/-1.0dB Power requirement 12V AC 500mA (via mains adaptor supplied)

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