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I did a check on both Predator and P51's charger. They are the same. They have the same power output (voltage and amp). In fact, the same model number. If the safety circuit is built in on the charger, you should use the designated charger and do not use the USB as power supply to charge it. Both Predator and P51 have Lithium batteries. Bad thing will happen if over charge.
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The Mustang is very good with the Ed.9 and the ESW10JPN, isn't it ?
Yes, very very additive. Just want to listen to it more.... I actually have not got a chance with my Ed. 9 yet. Have been on the move too much and I don't like to bring the Ed. 9 along. The Mustang is very potable.
post #1053 of 1193
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Originally Posted by LeeSC View Post
Yes, very very additive. Just want to listen to it more.... I actually have not got a chance with my Ed. 9 yet. Have been on the move too much and I don't like to bring the Ed. 9 along. The Mustang is very potable.
Yeah I know. The Mustang is very good to "improve" the mids of the Edition 9.
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I have to say that listening to this amp is nothing but enjoyable. For me it brings music to life giving it dimension and substance.
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P-51 and HD800

Is it practical to use the P-51 with the HD800's or is this crazy? I'd really like to take these phones portable.
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Is it practical to use the P-51 with the HD800's or is this crazy? I'd really like to take these phones portable.
Well, now that is an interesting portable rig.

It drives the HD650's fine and if the HD800's drive about the same I don't see why not. I mean it isn't a home amp but it is a great little amp that surprises many with its ability to reach high in the audio spectrum.

Send them to me and I will do give you some first hand feedback.
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Moved.....See thread David vs Golith.
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vs iqube?

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Edited by Radio_head - 4/30/12 at 2:05pm
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Edited by Radio_head - 4/30/12 at 2:15pm
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Originally Posted by Radio_head View Post
I have an esw9 and a (soon to be markl modded) d5000. Would the p-51 have the best synergy of the Ray samuels portable amps? Are there any other portables out there that would be more fitting? (in other words, can the p51 do the d5000 justice?)
Yes it can do the D5000 justice - it is a good match other than the D5000 make poor portable headphones. It's really good with my ESW10JPN.
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Now THAT is a beauty!
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bought and sold.  Not so great in hindsight.


Edited by Radio_head - 11/18/11 at 12:43pm
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If you like reggae, and I enjoy Tosh, Cliff and a few others, the bass delivery is excellent and nothing gets congested.
post #1065 of 1193
Its not a huge problem, but sometimes when i leave it on burn-in and today as i walked outside, the amp shuts down and wouldnt come on again.

The light was dead and it wouldnt work until i plug it into the charger, and it comes to life again if i flick the switch. Happened a few times now.

Anyone have a clue or similiar experience?
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