“This review is based on matching the Mini X with Hifiman He-500 Headphones. You may be reading this review, unsure what to make of this Amp, asking how can a cheap sub $200 amp offer the power needed for an expensive Headphone such as the Hifiman He-500? If you have done your homework you will find this is the stereo amp everybody is...” --fluidz
“ Originaly built three years ago for my new RE0s to get rid of hiss and get some more bass from FUZE2 and I've hit the target accurately. Anyway, after some amount of time, I found it to be easier and more reasonable to just simply set up the EQ in Rockbox. Now using Comply T-400 it's quite enough. By now using in combo with uDAC2 and ATH-M50S when playing music from foobar...” --El Pino
“The best (and the worst) of The Beast Has one of our newest DIYers found a way to tame the illusive HiFiMan HE-6? Can the Sennheiser HD800 be redressed into a finer suit? Read on and be told a story of failure and success, starring everything from Schitt to silver, the only things left out will be MP3s. Yes fanboys, even Beats by Dr Dread will get a mention…. ...” --Takeanidea
Kevin Gilmore Solid State High Voltage Electrostatic Headphone Amplifier Output Voltage: 2000 Volts peak to peak Bias Voltage: 580 VDC
UPA-200 represents a true breakthrough in audiophile-quality amplification. At last, a truly affordable stereo power amplifier that can satisfy the most discerning aficionado, and at the same, is affordable to anyone with a desire for real quality. Our advanced engineering and design techniques have resulted in an amazing new amplifier. Its rock solid performance and affordable price point...
M³ is a high-end DIY stereo amplifier for dynamic headphones. It includes a number of distinctive features, carefully considered to maximize performance while keeping the cost modest. M³ is also usable as an excellent pre-amplifier line stage or low-power speaker amplifier. See the other options section for details. Pronounced "M cubed", the name reflects the three MOSFET...
The Cavalli-Kan Kumisa III ("CK²III" or "CKKIII") is a high-end DIY stereo amplifier for dynamic headphones. It was designed with an emphasis on maintaining simplicity in the signal path, and utilizes an all-discrete, fully-complementary topology featuring a JFET input stage, current-mirror VAS (voltage gain stage), Sziklai complementary feedback pair (CFP) output...
Furman HDS-6 Headphone Audio Distribution System Routes 4 Mono and 1 Stereo Signals to Eight HR6 Stations
Personal headphone mixing station