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post #316 of 1003
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Btw I just realized that you the one who created this thread !! man I bought the 336se cause of you're thread lol

 

Almost six years ago and still going!

 

:beerchug:

post #317 of 1003

:atsmile: 

:beerchug:

post #318 of 1003

Does anyone know how many watts this amp uses?

post #319 of 1003
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Does anyone know how many watts this amp uses?

 

power handling capacity is 1W.  Frequency: +/-1dB 10Hz~20kHz

post #320 of 1003

Sorry I'm talking about power consumption.

post #321 of 1003
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Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
 

Sorry I'm talking about power consumption.

 

The only thing I could find:

 

Characteristic parameters:

Driven Resistance Range:          32 ~ 600
Frequency Response:           10Hz ~ 30kHz (-1db)
Signal and Noise Ratio:              > 100db
Output Power:                       > 2W
Alternating Current Power:          220V/50Hz

post #322 of 1003
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used or new !?

 

used, but MINT...

post #323 of 1003
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used, but MINT...

 

 

Great deal.  Looking good!

 

How do you like the NFB-10.32 Lorspeaker?

 

A buddy brought his over a while back with his HE-500s (balanced) and that sound was amazing.  I plugged in my HD650s (balanced) and it spanked them real good.  Great sound...... :D

post #324 of 1003
@Lorspeaker What hp do you run off the 336?
post #325 of 1003
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Great deal.  Looking good!

 

How do you like the NFB-10.32 Lorspeaker?

 

A buddy brought his over a while back with his HE-500s (balanced) and that sound was amazing.  I plugged in my HD650s (balanced) and it spanked them real good.  Great sound...... :D

 

NFB10.32 is neutral sounding with a hint of warmth, a month after it arrived, i sold off the LYR n LDmk4se...tot i dun need tube amps anymore.. lolz.

But i snagged the DV thereafter...must say i like the DV best :P

 

 

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@Lorspeaker What hp do you run off the 336?

 

( see my profile.... the DV can handle every can i have with no issues... cept the HE-6 )

post #326 of 1003
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( see my profile.... the DV can handle every can i have with no issues... cept the HE-6 )
Ahh, nice. How's the T1 sound w/ the DV? I got a pair coming and wondering if I should upgrade or go w/ the status quo.
post #327 of 1003

i dun know if it is visual, but the sight of the bigger 6AS7s ..the lush sound ozzing out of the DV ...

complements the halogenic Tesla drivers wonderfully.

post #328 of 1003

Really nice deal Lorspeaker :k701smile:

 

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( see my profile.... the DV can handle every can i have with no issues... cept the HE-6 )

 

 

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Originally Posted by HeatFan12 View Post

 

A buddy brought his over a while back with his HE-500s (balanced) and that sound was amazing.  I plugged in my HD650s (balanced) and it spanked them real good.  Great sound...... :D

 

Then why people keep saying DV336se bad with low impedance headphones !?

post #329 of 1003
Maybe it is a generalisation for OTL amps....
Might not be applicable for certain designs?
I have d7000, Q701, LCD2...NO ISSUES.
worst case scenario, I put dac to high gain if I want more forward mids:-)
post #330 of 1003
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i dun know if it is visual, but the sight of the bigger 6AS7s ..the lush sound ozzing out of the DV ...
complements the halogenic Tesla drivers wonderfully.
That's good to hear. My wallet thanks you. wink.gif
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