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Cmoy for Denon D2000

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Is a cMoy mint tin amp going to be enough to drive a pair of D2000s?

I'd be using it with a 5th gen iPod and my iBook for now, possibly upgrading to a Touch and a Macbook later on.
post #2 of 5
Build a PINT, or use AD8397 because these headphones need quite a lot of current due to low impedance and big transducer size. Regular op-amps will not do the justice to these headphones.
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Thread Starter 
I'm a little new at this, so somebody's going to have to explain what that means to me.
post #4 of 5
It means to make sure there's a AD8397 opamp in the cmoy you're buying or buy a PINT amp built with an AD8397.
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If I already purchased an OP2227 cmoy amp with the opamp in a socket, would putting the AD8397 chip in suffice? Is the power consumption going to go up with the new opamp?
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