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post #106 of 733
honestly speaking i would take your watch over the Amp

lovely dial

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post #107 of 733
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dude when was the last time you cleaned you nice vmodas? lol
Every day. I believe in truth though and shot this before their daily cleaning.
post #108 of 733
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honestly speaking i would take your watch over the Amp

lovely dial
I love the watch. You can watch the movement and the back is crystal also.
post #109 of 733
Don't know if this pic will give a good sense of scale, but hopefully it shows off the mirror finish, which is a right bugger to keep free of fingerprints

post #110 of 733
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Anyone want to save me $109 and tell me the T4 sucks with SE530s??
I would love something this small, cheap and good sounding to pair with my 4G Nano.
Hey bud, as much as I'd like to I just can't.
post #111 of 733
Hum, talk about a stocking stuffer...
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Whoops double post.
post #113 of 733
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I believe the T-4 has the 8616 opamps, which aren't bad at all and have a very low distortion. Frankly the amp is one hell of a bargain and is so small and slim it almost goes unnoticed when in use.
post #114 of 733
If the AD8616 are socketed then it could use the AD8656 which is a bit punchier and clearer. At least that was my experience in the Supermacro LE.
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If the AD8616 are socketed then it could use the AD8656 which is a bit punchier and clearer. At least that was my experience in the Supermacro LE.
The whole amp is only about as deep as a socket, so that would be a no ... i'll post some pics in a few.
post #116 of 733
Large images so i'll link them...

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4a.jpg

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4b.jpg

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4c.jpg

I am constantly amazed at how much technology can be shoehorned into such a small space.
post #117 of 733
Thank you very much, Rav. I was looking forward to some... candid images.
post #118 of 733
Great photo's Rav. Any other indications to expected battery life? Also, does anyone have this amp and a Sony s639 mp3 player?? I would like to see the 2 together for size comparison.
post #119 of 733
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Large images so i'll link them...

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4a.jpg

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4b.jpg

http://www.snatchbank.co.uk/filehost/raven/t4c.jpg

I am constantly amazed at how much technology can be shoehorned into such a small space.
Just think how small they could go if it wasn't for those pesky caps and the battery!
post #120 of 733
Thanks to Ray for the photos!

Nickyboyo - I have the 639 and it's slightly larger than the T4 in terms of width and length though a bit thinner. Thing is - I use my 639 unamped ( IMHO the Sony SQ is good enough) but I'm using my T4 with LOD from a Nano. The sound from the Nano through the T4 into Ety 6i's ( and UE superfis ) is very very good ( again IMHO )!!
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