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post #436 of 451

Anyone know if this is compatible with tubes from the Little Dot II++? 
 

post #437 of 451

Does anybody know where it would be possible to buy those polished metal rings that are installed at the base of LD MK III, so I can fit some on my MK II ?

IMHO they definitely improve the look of the amp and they protect a bit more the tubes...

post #438 of 451

I have a question.

I do not have a amp and am new to them.

Is it OK to split the headphone output to a Y splitter so you can have 2 sets of headphones going at one time?

I know there are splitters but does this hurt unit as far as impedance or ohms are concerned?

Hope I made it clear what i am asking.

post #439 of 451

If still in the land of the living i have this question .What are the specifications written on mk2's transformer .Thanks

post #440 of 451

Can anybody send me a link to where to buy the tubes he is using?

post #441 of 451
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Can anybody send me a link to where to buy the tubes he is using?

 

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Can anybody send me a link to where to buy the tubes he is using?

What tubes are you talking about ?

post #442 of 451
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What tubes are you talking about ?

all of them :P

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all of them :P

On  page 77 some of the tubes are plug and play theres your EF95 AND EF91 92  ects.and you will find them on Ebay but make shure you understand this page before buying tubes you got questions go to the LITTLEDOT TUBE ROLLING GUIDE and also on this page the better tubes tend to be towards the bottom of the page but its just a question of preference personnally i own 90% of them so you got to experiment                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I would recommend some reading it will probably save you some money in the long run .Have fun .

post #444 of 451
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On  page 77 some of the tubes are plug and play theres your EF95 AND EF91 92  ects.and you will find them on Ebay but make shure you understand this page before buying tubes you got questions go to the LITTLEDOT TUBE ROLLING GUIDE and also on this page the better tubes tend to be towards the bottom of the page but its just a question of preference personnally i own 90% of them so you got to experiment                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I would recommend some reading it will probably save you some money in the long run .Have fun .

Thank you very much!

post #445 of 451

I planning on getting one as well and i wondering how does it pair with a T90, also what is the suggest gain setting to use with a Beyerdynamic T90.

post #446 of 451

Hi. I am new to HP-fi. I have a pair of Sennheiser Momentum On Ear cans and are wondering how this amp will work with them? The Momentums are 18Ω

post #447 of 451

I ordered two sylyania 5654 for the time being to replace the default Chinese tubes 6ji that in the MKII, Then later on I will get a different tube, the stock tube had to go.

 

 

 

post #448 of 451

sorry for necroing this thread but i was wondering should i just get mk3 instead of mk2 if i have the budget ?

i head mk2 overheats really easy?

my source sennheisher hd650 and computer

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sorry for necroing this thread but i was wondering should i just get mk3 instead of mk2 if i have the budget ?

i head mk2 overheats really easy?

my source sennheisher hd650 and computer

I am running an mk3 with senns hd800 and  PC ,sounds good to me ,mk3 likes high impedance Hp's  . And if you like tube rolling .go to the tube rolling guide enormous possibilitys in tube rolling here's link   http://www.head-fi.org/t/563884/little-dot-tube-amps-vacuum-tube-rolling-guide                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  In the first pages you will find the standard tubes and on page 77 you will find a list of tubes that are inexpensive compared to the tubes on the first pages those tubes can also be used on other Littledot amp you will see which ones on page 77 and in the last pages of the thread you will see where those are at . have fun  you have alot of reading ahead of you. 

post #450 of 451

thanks and what about power tubes? some owners mentioned that their mk2 power tubes easily overheats to the point that u can fry eggs :/

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