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Electric Avenues PAV2

post #1 of 10
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Recently I just got a Electric Avenues PAV2 headphone amp.

I don't know if anyone in Head-fi has given it a DETAILED review, but I would like to do so in the new year.

So far with my modest system, the sound is TRULY amazing and worthy of a full review.

I am having a bus trip from Toronto-Cleveland next week and after the trip would like to post a full review.

So far on my commutes to and from work on transit, this device just DOES NOT let you down.

I'd be interested if anyone else has reviewed in detail this amp as for the money, you just CAN'T beat it
post #2 of 10
I am very interesting to read your review. come on. looking forward to hear from you.
post #3 of 10
Thread Starter 
Thanks.

Here's my gear with the PAV2, a Magnavox 2GB player and a pair of Magnavox MHP1100 headphones I paid $10 for and were a TOTAL surprize and VERY close in sound to my Sennheiser HD497's which will NOT go outside.

The Magnavox is a WMA player and for what I paid for it is adequate, but NOT gapless.

So far with the PAV2, this is a real surprzing combo.

I should mention I'm a vetran audiophile of over 30 years and I find alot of this technology very humbling having had various phonographic playback systems over the years
post #4 of 10
try do a search using pa2v2. the name should be pocket amp 2 version 2.
post #5 of 10
The PA2V2 has been around for a while, Gary the maker has excellent customer service and the amp retails for a very nice price of around $60. It was my first portable headphone amp and the one that started me on this downhill curse! Do a search and you will see how many followers the PA2V2 has.
post #6 of 10
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Originally Posted by mrarroyo View Post
The PA2V2 has been around for a while, Gary the maker has excellent customer service and the amp retails for a very nice price of around $60. It was my first portable headphone amp and the one that started me on this downhill curse! Do a search and you will see how many followers the PA2V2 has.
Yes, Gary is one in a million, a true gentleman.

Based on what I've seen, I really haven't seen a detailed review on this unit so based on my findings and what I have sources, posting a review could be fun.
post #7 of 10
My first dedicated headphone amp was the PA2v2 back in 2006. I loved how it improved the sound of my mini disc player since it had a weak internal amp.
post #8 of 10

same with me!

Quote:
Originally Posted by mrarroyo View Post
The PA2V2 has been around for a while, Gary the maker has excellent customer service and the amp retails for a very nice price of around $60. It was my first portable headphone amp and the one that started me on this downhill curse! Do a search and you will see how many followers the PA2V2 has.
Funny, same story for me too!
post #9 of 10
Search function is your friend - there has been lots of stuff re PA2v2
post #10 of 10

Still love my PA2V2.  And I too can attest that Gary is a great guy!!!

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