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iFi Audio iTube

iFi Audio iTube

“ iTube is the latest addition to iFi Audio ‘Micro’ line of audio gears. On one hand, it inhere the same minimalistic concept as the other Micro gears; on the other hand, it is a departure from the previous all-solid-state design. If anything, it is the first in Micro gears that will appeal more toward speaker user rather than headphone user. So what exactly does an iTube do? In essence, it is...” --ClieOS

100% Positive Reviews
Grant Fidelity 24/192 TubeDAC-11 Digital to Analog Converter with Tube Output

Grant Fidelity 24/192 TubeDAC-11 Digital to Analog Converter with Tube Output

“I use it with optical input and it is fantastic. The sound is quite neutral and can match with any sort of headphones and IEs. Through the USB input, the sound is less dynamic and microdetail is a bit inferior.   The tube get really hot if you turn it on for days, but you can take it away if you don't need it.   Included power cable didn't work at all. I got one with $3 at local...” --Headfire

100% Positive Reviews
Burson Audio HA-160D

Burson Audio HA-160D

“     Introduction   I first encountered the Burson HA-160D about six months ago when browsing Mike Ting’s website,Headfonia. Around that time, one of my goals was to get some new headphones to enhance my enjoyment of listening to music. Though I owned, and still do, the Sennheiser HD 25-1, I wanted to upgrade, and I asked Mike for some headphone system recommendations...” --Windsor

100% Positive Reviews
Ray Samuels THE SHADOW

Ray Samuels THE SHADOW

“ Not only is Ray a great guy to buy from & deal with, he makes an outstanding product.  The Shadow is everything he says it is & more.  Extremely transparent, it doesn't color the sound at all.  It gives your IEM the energy & power they need to spread their wings and FLY.   Paired with my Westone 4, which are already pretty damn amazing, it opens them up...” --jamesta

100% Positive Reviews
Violectric HPA V181

Violectric HPA V181

“ See full review here:   http://www.head-fi.org/forum/thread/548608/review-violectric-v181-balanced-headphone-amp#post_7395114   In summery, this is an excellent sounding amp. Warm, punchy, smooth but still highly detailed and well balanced overall. Sounds even better in balanced mode. Highly recommended.  ” --project86

100% Positive Reviews
Luxman P 200

Luxman P 200

“ I was looking for a new amp for HD800 - I wanted something more than my Lyr could provide. I experienced M1, Canor Audio TP 10, Luxman P-200 (I also heard SPL Auditor and Phonitor last year and had Schiit Lyr). What I can say? M1 sounds a lot like Lyr, but faster, with a little bit thiner midrange, cleaner heights, slightly wider sounstage and a bit better transparency. Good device for...” --dubselect

100% Positive Reviews
NuForce Icon uDAC-2 (Black) USB DAC (24bit/96kHz) and Headphone Amplifier

NuForce Icon uDAC-2 (Black) USB DAC (24bit/96kHz) and Headphone Amplifier

“ Any product can fail, so negative reviews are always statistically suspect. However... I have bought SIX of these (including two of the RCA-less uDAC2HP model), over a period of a couple of years, and TWO were DOA. Also, two of the supplied USB cables were shorted, in one case apparently damaging a PC. (Sensed that the audio problem might be in the wiring when the USB cable got hot to...” --seawalnut

71% Positive Reviews
Oppo HA-1 Integrated Headphone DAC and Amplifier.

Oppo HA-1 Integrated Headphone DAC and Amplifier.

“   Thanks to Oppo Digital Japan for allowing us to borrow the PM-1 and HA-1.   Oppo coming out with a pair of headphones was quite a surprised, especially a pair of planars. Likewise the HA-1, though it is logical that a company would provide an appropriate matching amp to do with their own headphones.    The HA-1 is based upon the BD-105 essentially, but with fewer...” --Currawong

100% Positive Reviews
Lehmann Black Cube Linear

Lehmann Black Cube Linear

“ The headphone: Cardased Sennheiser HD650. The player: Oppo BDP-83 via the dedicated stereo outputs using AudioQuest Sidewinder RCA cables. This is basically a mid-fi set-up, the Lehmann Black Cube Linear USB being the most expensive component.      I mostly listened to SACDs, but have played CDs, BDs, and DVD-Audio. Using the amp’s USB...” --Heidegger

80% Positive Reviews
Musical Fidelity X-Can v3

Musical Fidelity X-Can v3

“ I'm going to start by disagreeing with the two previous reviews.   You DO NOT need to tube roll this amp.  The original Jan Philips 6922 are considered a premium version of the 6DJ8.  With the Sennheiser HD-600/HD-650s, you get what I'd call a more mild tube sound.  It's detailed enough to hear the page turns and periodic shuffling during some symphonic/chamber...” --Eating Pie

100% Positive Reviews
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