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Originally Posted by parrymike View Post
Has anybody in the UK bought stuff from Eddie?
Does anyone know how much Eddie currently sells the citypulse for?

I've searched his website but can't see a price.
post #407 of 412
I have received my DA7.2 II and my AKG K701s yesterday. Is the headphone output that weak or are the K701 that quiet? I have to turn up the volume to max to get something like loud, but then it distorts a lot in the highs. Any suggestions? Will another headphone be much louder/less distorted, like the Sennheiser HD650 or Denon AH-D2000?
post #408 of 412
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Originally Posted by ernie-c View Post
I have received my DA7.2 II and my AKG K701s yesterday. Is the headphone output that weak or are the K701 that quiet? I have to turn up the volume to max to get something like loud, but then it distorts a lot in the highs. Any suggestions? Will another headphone be much louder/less distorted, like the Sennheiser HD650 or Denon AH-D2000?
Check your windows WAV and line out vollume ... it's probably that.

Citypulse play VERY VERY VERY LOUD.
post #409 of 412
I've now had my Citypulse 7.2x modified by Discovery Hi-Fi in Bangkok (link in my post above) and can only say good things about the upgrade and the shop. For just 2000B ($60USD) for modded caps, power supply and low pass filter I'm very very impressed. Comparing two modded units there we found the power supply upgrade is particularly significant. Really a terrific shop if you're in the area.
post #410 of 412
Could somebody please explain to me what exactly upgrading the capacitors does, also whats the general consensus regarding amount of burn-in and finally could somebody please more information regarding the blue-tak mod
post #411 of 412
Burn-in time seems crazy long. My unit sounds completely different (better) than it did four months ago, with the most dramatic changes kicking in after about three months of regular use.
post #412 of 412
Any more people buying this new baby and pls give your review. How is it compared to say Benchmark DAC1?
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