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post #16 of 657
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I get to open a 2nd box



Surprisingly, the stello was even heavier than the C-2C





Not gonna wait anymore for burn in. I'm already listening and I like what I'm hearing

Right now, I'm thinking back, maybe I should have invested on my sources after I got my HD650, rather than getting the K701 and RS-1. But right now, I have better appreciation of my cans, since I know how they sound from just a mini^3 and now this


post #17 of 657
I can't wait for proper impressions from the C2C. There's a disturbing lack of information regarding that amp in this area.
post #18 of 657
Congratulations!.
Nice setup, have fun listening!
post #19 of 657
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Originally Posted by K3cT View Post
I can't wait for proper impressions from the C2C. There's a disturbing lack of information regarding that amp in this area.
Well, its because there are only few C2C owners right now, but don't worry, I know someone who is about to receive his REF1 and C-2C and I'm sure he'll make a thorough review, like what he did with the compass

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Congratulations!.
Nice setup, have fun listening!
Thanks, I'm definitely enjoying it right now
post #20 of 657
Wow, what a great day this must be. Happy too that you are a good photographer, the pictures really help us in sharing your excitement.

(Please sleep for a few hours though, so you're also awake enough tomorrow to enjoy them then. )
post #21 of 657
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Wow, what a great day this must be. Happy too that you are a good photographer, the pictures really help us in sharing your excitement.

(Please sleep for a few hours though, so you're also awake enough tomorrow to enjoy them then. )
Hehe Im not that good with photography yet, these are just snapshots in P mode, and with my excitement, hehe no time to be artistic Need to practice more on that

Yeah I guess I'll sleep for a few hours
post #22 of 657
Congratulation with your new setup

Looks like you got yourself some very nice units there
post #23 of 657
Congratulations on getting your new DAC and amp. I hope you enjoy them.

I'm also looking forward to your impressions.
post #24 of 657
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Originally Posted by K3cT View Post
I can't wait for proper impressions from the C2C. There's a disturbing lack of information regarding that amp in this area.
I wrote a review on it here.
post #25 of 657
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I wrote a review on it here.
Has the C2C been changed after you wrote your (by the way very nicely written) review? except for the exterior? I didn`t like the part of excessive high you mentioned in your review (if I remember correctly)
post #26 of 657
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Congratulation with your new setup

Looks like you got yourself some very nice units there
Thanks They are nice to look at

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Congratulations on getting your new DAC and amp. I hope you enjoy them.

I'm also looking forward to your impressions.
Yup I just woke up and enjoying them again this morning
post #27 of 657
Nice purchase you got yourself. Congrats. I'm waiting for my Compass to arrive. Can't wait to pair with my K702
post #28 of 657
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Has the C2C been changed after you wrote your (by the way very nicely written) review? except for the exterior? I didn`t like the part of excessive high you mentioned in your review (if I remember correctly)
There were no excessive highs. I'd just encountered a known problem with the modified Denon D5000, which is sibilance on some tracks. There are no issues with my HD-600s and the highs, which sound great. I don't know if the circuit on the upgraded C2C I'm receiving is a permanent modification or not. I'll have to ask Kingwa.
post #29 of 657
Insyte, congratulations on the C-2C! I've had mine for a couple of weeks on the end of a Cayin CD player using the balanced outputs. They're driving a pair of K-702s and are producing sublime music! It's my first headphone set up so can't compare it to anything else, but I'm absolutely gobsmacked by how this combination is sounding. I really had no idea just how great a good pair of cans and a headphone amp could sound. Enjoy!
post #30 of 657
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Nice purchase you got yourself. Congrats. I'm waiting for my Compass to arrive. Can't wait to pair with my K702
I hope you get your compass soon. The AKG will sing properly once it is amped

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Insyte, congratulations on the C-2C! I've had mine for a couple of weeks on the end of a Cayin CD player using the balanced outputs. They're driving a pair of K-702s and are producing sublime music! It's my first headphone set up so can't compare it to anything else, but I'm absolutely gobsmacked by how this combination is sounding. I really had no idea just how great a good pair of cans and a headphone amp could sound. Enjoy!
Congrats your C-2C too It's also my first desktop amp, and I have to agree that it can easily drive the AKG, though mine is the K701. Love the gigantic soundstage

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I actually spent the whole day listening with the HD650, though it took a few hours before my brain forgot the RS-1 sound signature. I kept looking for it subconsciously and had to remind myself that Im now listening from the back row
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