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Originally Posted by BucketInABucket View Post
 

Post it in the classifieds mang.

i just did

post #3062 of 3074
Any news for the 5g?
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No updates on the headphonia support forum .... I check it every few days.... To be expected (though can be a bummer at times - but IMO well worth the wait!
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NOW AVAILABLE:

 

 

Headstage Arrow 5G
(Clear neutral sound.) 
US $ 299.00

 

Tubeboard for Arrow G5
(Warm tube-like soundage.) 
US $ 49.00

 

 

 

Punchboard for Arrow G5
(Deep punchy bass boost.) 
US $ 69.00

 
 
post #3065 of 3074
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Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post
 

NOW AVAILABLE:

 

 

Headstage Arrow 5G
(Clear neutral sound.) 
US $ 299.00

 

Tubeboard for Arrow G5
(Warm tube-like soundage.) 
US $ 49.00

 

 

 

Punchboard for Arrow G5
(Deep punchy bass boost.) 
US $ 69.00

 
 

is that an ironic pun? 

post #3066 of 3074

What DAC does it have? I have been searching for a new dap (zx-1 / calyx m / cowon P1). Maybe i should just get the Arrow 5G, and get a compatible cheap android phone to go with it (not worried on the wifi/2g/3G distortion since i don't plan to use it as a phone at all).

 

I have Arrow 4G and like it quite a bit, what i want is a stand alone dap, or something to Drive arrow 4G. or just get the 5G, maybe i could trade in the 4G for 5G?


Edited by Whippler - 7/6/14 at 4:44am
post #3067 of 3074

DAC is PCM2707. 

AD8397 Opamp in Output Stage.

Tube Boards is an audio board with the AD8620.

Punch Board is ab upgrade board that makes the bass boost much more heavy and punchier.

 

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Edited by m-i-c-k-e-y - 7/6/14 at 7:07am
post #3068 of 3074
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Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post

DAC is PCM2707. 
AD8397 Opamp in Output Stage.
Tube Boards is an audio board with the AD8620.
Punch Board is ab upgrade board that makes the bass boost much more heavy and punchier.

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v80), quality = 75
wow
post #3069 of 3074

sounds like i need to buy all of em, then again, id like to have 24/96 support on the dac :/


Edited by Whippler - 7/6/14 at 9:57am
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Originally Posted by m-i-c-k-e-y View Post

DAC is PCM2707. 
AD8397 Opamp in Output Stage.
Tube Boards is an audio board with the AD8620.
Punch Board is ab upgrade board that makes the bass boost much more heavy and punchier.

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v80), quality = 75

that's sexy!!
post #3071 of 3074
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that's sexy!!
Been a while eh?
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Does anyone know if I'd be able to trade in my arrow 4g towards a 5g?
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Anyone know if anything has been done to the slight channel imbalance issues at low volumes that at least some 3G's were suffering from? As the Arrow 3G is my favorite amp for EDM and bass heavy music I'm definitely getting the 5G Punchboard edition! Can't wait!

edit: NM! Found the info on headphonias website:

Digital Volume Control

A digital volume control with 65-steps and mute function has been implemented. Especially users of IEMs will like this new volume control as there is no imbalance between right/left channels on lower volumes as it appears on most analog potentiometers.


Edited by esmBOS - 7/15/14 at 11:21pm
post #3074 of 3074

I have the 4T 3G, and 4G arrows. The 4G and 4T i think are virtually the same, but the T stands for treble boost which I don't typically use. In relation to the question above my post, I think the 4 series does improve the imbalance at low volumes, but on my FitEar A111's at really low volumes there is a slight imbalance, although it isn't notable with other IEMs or over the head models. Overall the Arrow is my go to portable amp still, I prefer it over other models in it's area such as the RX Mk2 and Pico slim. It also has the best fit/finish of the aforementioned models in my opinion. 

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