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post #16 of 74
Charges via USB cable as well? So the input voltage is 5V?

Is the included charger North American type with folding prongs? And is it 110V only or both 110V/220V autosensing?

Love the fact that this amp is the size of a stack of business cards.

-Ed
post #17 of 74
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Charges via USB cable as well? So the input voltage is 5V?

Is the included charger North American type with folding prongs? And is it 110V only or both 110V/220V autosensing?

Love the fact that this amp is the size of a stack of business cards.

-Ed
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Thanks.
post #18 of 74
GOOD LORD! I AM GOING TO HAVE TO BUY THIS! So cheaply placed at $69 dollars! Since I don't have enough money for a Hornet right now, I may just buy this one... One quick question, does it reduce IEM hiss? Aw man, I have to buy an ALO cable :P :P :P
post #19 of 74
Nankai,
Have you had chance to compare your amp to more expensive amps? I was wondering how the sound compares to the Tomahawk. Also, like it was mentioned above, I was wondering if it has any hiss when using sensitive IEM's, such as E500's?

Lastly, how long does the battery last when in use? I noticed it says it lasts 70 hrs on standby...does that mean use or just sitting on, not being used?
post #20 of 74
I see on the picture an inscription that says high/low on the back of the amp, would this means that the amp has a high/low gain setting?

Also, any idea of which opamp and capacitators are used? I know there is a lot more to an amp than good components but it would help give us an idea of the sound quality to expect.
post #21 of 74
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Yes.

MAX9722.

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Originally Posted by erlik View Post
I see on the picture an inscription that says high/low on the back of the amp, would this means that the amp has a high/low gain setting?

Also, any idea of which opamp and capacitators are used? I know there is a lot more to an amp than good components but it would help give us an idea of the sound quality to expect.
post #22 of 74
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I don't know the answer of your first question. Maybe you need search posts About MiniBox-D Portable Headamp.

I don't have E500 so I have no idea if it has any hiss. If it does have, people from several Headfi meets should let me know. Fortunately nobody talk about that when they test minibox-d at the meet.

I was told that the battery can standby 70hours. Romanee said that about 2.5 hours of USB connection and it's had roughly 15+ hours so far. If you like it, I will send you for free-to-try.


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Originally Posted by nickknutson View Post
Nankai,
Have you had chance to compare your amp to more expensive amps? I was wondering how the sound compares to the Tomahawk. Also, like it was mentioned above, I was wondering if it has any hiss when using sensitive IEM's, such as E500's?

Lastly, how long does the battery last when in use? I noticed it says it lasts 70 hrs on standby...does that mean use or just sitting on, not being used?
post #23 of 74
Did you say free try???
post #24 of 74
its mine, just ordered!! actualy sprung for the combo dealie

will post a review as soon as i get it!
post #25 of 74
i am very interested as well.. please someone, post a review!!!! =)
post #26 of 74

Comparison?

Has anyone reviewed this yet?

Does it compare to a Cmoy amp? (yes im new to amps, lol)

Aim: DivxRipPimp

Any help anyone could give me would be greatly appreciated...
post #27 of 74

specs

The best specs i can find if anyone cares...

Specification of the headphone amplifier:

Drive chip:MAX9722
Frequency: 10Hz-60KHz?-3dB/+0.7dB?
Drive Impedance:16?-300?
SNR: >110dB
THD+N: 0.009%?
Output Power: 16?--70 mW? 32?--130mW?
PRSS: 80dB(217HZ)
Jack:3.5mm
Battery Type: 500mAH
Battery Work Life: 70 hours
Charge style:1.DC adapter charger 2.USB charger
AC Power:110V/50Hz~220V/50Hz
Dimensions:91mm * 55mm * 8.5mm(super thin)
post #28 of 74
Battery life is approx. 70 hours?!
post #29 of 74
Oooo pretty. I need to get my hands on one and run it through all the IEM's I have and do some A/B against the Tomahawk.
post #30 of 74
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Battery life is approx. 70 hours?!
battery life approx 20hrs. 70hrs standby.
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