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post #196 of 204
My choice is for K701, GREAT headphones...transparence sound, great on VOICES and highs, HUGE soundstage all these better than DT990 (250 Ohmi version)...not so "great" on bass extension than DT990 (250 Ohmi version) but the bass is there, it's a little bit light, but it's present.
P100 it's driving relative easy this "hungry" headphones
post #197 of 204

Hello,  Has anyone tried the HiFiman HE-5 or newer HE-500 with this amp?  

post #198 of 204

Just joined forum, portable headphone amp user breaking into tube headphone amps.  Picked up a Yarland 2008 edition P100 demo unit over the weekend.  Working through some minor mechanical/electronic issues, looking to upgrade the tubes.  Intention is to go with Skylab's recommendations.  No idea as to which of the many tube vendors to purchase from.  Suggestions?  Thanks.

post #199 of 204

http://tubedepot.com/

 

is a quite good shop..

post #200 of 204

Just to let people know that I've downsized my entire rig.Mike at www.tsto.com has both my Yarland 2009 P-100's for I imagine very cheap.Good luck.

post #201 of 204

I've had my 2008 Edition for about 2 years now, very nice. I have some Sennheiser HD598 coming in. Been using the HD515s. For the money it is a pretty nice sounding amp, definitely recommended.

post #202 of 204

If I'm not mistaken I purchased from STO Sound and Vision the very unit reviewed in the updated section of this thread. And having spent sometime with it and I (of honestly limited experience) can say I absolutely agree with what was stated and give kudos to Skylab for his quality review work.

post #203 of 204

I got mine today. I'm currently testing it in my system. The build is quite impressive, and it's as big as an integrated amp from the 1980's. It's got point to point wiring under the hood, which is a plus. The sound is way better than the headphone amp in my Teac AH-01. So far so good! I'll be doing a more extensive write up soon, but for now I need to rock out to some Lou Reed. 

 

post #204 of 204
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Originally Posted by TimSchirmer View Post
 

I got mine today. I'm currently testing it in my system. The build is quite impressive, and it's as big as an integrated amp from the 1980's. It's got point to point wiring under the hood, which is a plus. The sound is way better than the headphone amp in my Teac AH-01. So far so good! I'll be doing a more extensive write up soon, but for now I need to rock out to some Lou Reed. 

 

Very nice, you will be very happy with it. I still cannot find anyone to buy mine.

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