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post #16 of 132
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Originally Posted by grandenigma1
the little-tube site never works for me for some odd reason ... Firefox and IE, home and at work....think it hates me
same
post #17 of 132
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Originally Posted by la_marquise
Because it's CUTE!!! hahaha! Seriously, I don't see travelling with a tube amp.

But I'll probably end up with a SM3 or Portaphile for my portable and then the LD3 for home use...the Cute is neat, but it doesn't seem to perform at a level that I'd be comfortable with...

And the maker swears that it will work well with the K501s *YAY* as someone wanted to know if it will bring the bass up a bit...
I've owned the K501 for several months.

I can tell the sound from Little Dot is matched with K501.

Little Dot II exactly improve the weak midrange and bass !!!
post #18 of 132
what are the main differences between the ld2 and ld3? what is the price for the ld3?
post #19 of 132
The little dot micro looks interesting, imagine a portable tube amp. What happens if it gets too hot in your pocket?
post #20 of 132
your pants catch on fire?

maybe thats why people "spontaneously combust", maybe they were just audiophiles...
post #21 of 132
heheh, then there would be news headlines "Audiophile spontaneously combusts on way to work!!!" That would be funny, then we'd all try to have a closer to look and spot what headphones were being used, what source and amp. But seriously if they sounded as good as a PA2V2 or go-vibe and kept the price in that range, it would be interesting, could be a good compromise between price, portability and sound. But I assume most cheap portable amps are designed with low impendence cans in mind like the PA2V2, which don't work as well with high imp cans.
post #22 of 132
hmm depends...the 650 sound good even with a mint/cmoy
post #23 of 132
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Originally Posted by smittysan89
what are the main differences between the ld2 and ld3? what is the price for the ld3?
Who knows? The maker of LD3 Dr.Yang hasnt decided any of release date and price. (Just said "maybe August")


But there is the main difference i mentioned, LD3 has been added a new function, it can drive SPEAKER.

And the case are different, of course.
post #24 of 132
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Originally Posted by renesis_au
The little dot micro looks interesting, imagine a portable tube amp. What happens if it gets too hot in your pocket?
Autually Little Dot Micro is not a Tube amplifier.
post #25 of 132
I see, not it doesn't sound so interesting That is unless it sounds as good as $150+ amps, and then it will get interesting.
post #26 of 132
yeah im just gonna get a LDII

the LDIII will cost AT LEAST 155$ USD
post #27 of 132
If only I had some spare money, I'd jump and get a LDII. You should post your impresseion smittysan, btw what headphones will you be using with them?
post #28 of 132
HD600 w/ 650 drivers, and then my sr60, and maybe my ksc75!
post #29 of 132
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by renesis_au
The little dot micro looks interesting, imagine a portable tube amp. What happens if it gets too hot in your pocket?
It's a good thing then that the LD Micro isn't a tube amp!

The Micro is tiny. And I wish it wasn't in gold. Looks kinda, um, bling/austin powers, as sionghchan would say.
post #30 of 132
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Originally Posted by la_marquise
It's a good thing then that the LD Micro isn't a tube amp!

The Micro is tiny. And I wish it wasn't in gold. Looks kinda, um, bling/austin powers, as sionghchan would say.
haha yes!
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