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post #151 of 169
Shouldn't this be moved to portable amps?
post #152 of 169

i phone sound much better than i pod !!

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Originally Posted by Oeryk View Post
Bless you, ghart999 for this thread! It has helped me tremendously!

Would it be prudent to update it with links to reviews of said portable amps? I have found a few here and there. What I really need is a review of the best amps under $200.
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post #153 of 169
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Originally Posted by Happy Camper View Post
Shouldn't this be moved to portable amps?
I also think this should be moved to portable amps but then again it doesnt seem to be updated and the op hasnt logged on for a year. Maybe someone should start a new thread in portable amps.
post #154 of 169
would anyone recommend me a good but inexpensive amp for my senn hd595?
post #155 of 169
the OP really needs some updating
post #156 of 169
post #157 of 169
which of these would work best with Senn PXC 450?


and btw u should add iBasso D2 and D10
post #158 of 169
If you mean fred, I don't he's recommendiing any amp. It appears he's talking about his koss phones from way back when, and recom. them.
post #159 of 169
nice guide
post #160 of 169
any portable amp that our veterans here can recommend for my Grado SR325IS ? preferred music genre 70s-80s rock/pop/new wave and new age music

thanks
post #161 of 169
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Originally Posted by bass_nut View Post
any portable amp that our veterans here can recommend for my Grado SR325IS ? preferred music genre 70s-80s rock/pop/new wave and new age music

thanks
I'm actually VERY interested in the same exact style of music and setup. I don't need the amp to be completely portable, however. I've been looking at the Little Country III, but it's $500 and does not have a DAC. Too much moneys.. ahh..
post #162 of 169
[QUOTE=Sw33t.Shuga.Ray;5394311]the OP really needs some updating[/QUOTE]

I don't think so, Some times the OP or any other individual parts will not decide the overall sound quality. The AMP is a system designing, to apply which part is the requirement of the designing target. What I have saying is good parts don't mean decent sound.
post #163 of 169
Not sure if this has been brought up yet, but the iBasso line is missing from this sticky.
post #164 of 169
Any mention to the chinese amps? Like the Fiio?
post #165 of 169
Forget the engine noise - the screaming toddler in the next bank of seats and the chatterbox behind you are the people you need to silence - buy the bassiest pair of IEMs you can find. Long haul isnt about musical enjoyment, its about getting off with your sanity intact - good luck.
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