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You are right

Thank you very much again Fred! :-)

 

Cheers

 

Toni

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I just used the 50K and 50K pots. Plenty loud in my Sennheiser 650s especially with the CCS! 

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I am looking for a DIY USB DAC that will play nice with SSMH, any idea?

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GrubDAC or pupDAC from beezar.com (TomB)

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Mine is working with a PCB version of the odac

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Anyone with the 17ew8 build finds the highs a little piercing? I'm using the DT770 pro 250ohm. It's specially noticeable when watching action movies with moderate to high volumes. If I switch to my portable amp (Fiio e6), everything is fine.

 

Is there something I can do to decrease high frequencies on the amp?

I'm thinking my problem could be the combination of the DT770 and the MSSH, because the DT770s are known to have piercing treble and the amp is probably adding even more.

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Originally Posted by Amatsu View Post
 

Anyone with the 17ew8 build finds the highs a little piercing? I'm using the DT770 pro 250ohm. It's specially noticeable when watching action movies with moderate to high volumes. If I switch to my portable amp (Fiio e6), everything is fine.

 

Is there something I can do to decrease high frequencies on the amp?

I'm thinking my problem could be the combination of the DT770 and the MSSH, because the DT770s are known to have piercing treble and the amp is probably adding even more.


No such problem with my 17ew8 & dt1350

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