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post #16 of 733
How is the noise floor? Any hiss with sensitive IEMs?

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post #17 of 733
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With IEM's I get a slight hiss if I use high gain and turn the volume to max. Now there is no reason to ever do this unless you want to become deaf so at normal or very high listening levels there is no hiss at all. In fact the amp has on the back of it that:

T4 for IEM's

I guess that says it all.
post #18 of 733
haha nice how would you rank the t4 to some other amps in the price range?
post #19 of 733
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haha nice how would you rank the t4 to some other amps in the price range?
Well I want to make sure it has settled and then that I also get the right idea of how it sounds but so far for the amps I have that cost around the same it is better.
post #20 of 733
Yeah, I'm especially interested in a T4 vs. Minibox-d comparison, considering similar price points and size.
post #21 of 733
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post #22 of 733
The T4 is both beautiful and tiny. Oh, I forgot it is priced very competitively!
post #23 of 733
Come on guys, your impressions on the sq of this unit are eagerly awaited upon. It sure is a nice looking little piece.
post #24 of 733
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Yeah, I'm especially interested in a T4 vs. Minibox-d comparison, considering similar price points and size.
I'm going to buy this amp if I've got some extra cash after buying the Mustang Will compare it to my Minibox-D.
post #25 of 733
Would you mind letting us know how the volume controls work?

Is there any hiss with very sensitive iems?

Is there any channel imbalance at very low volume levels?
post #26 of 733
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I haven't found any channel imbalance, which surprised me when on a low level and there is no hiss.

post #27 of 733
More impressions please, John!
post #28 of 733
John.... How is the volume controlled... thumb wheel???

Thanks!
post #29 of 733
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Yes it uses a thumb wheel that is easy to use but out of the way enough that it doesn't get turned up accidently, at least I haven't had that problem.
post #30 of 733
Come on jam, how does it sound?
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