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post #31 of 73

Have e7

i m waiting for e9

i hope it will match well with my head-direct re1

post #32 of 73

The E9 could have gold plated jacks for better signal transfer, also 2 sets of rca out's would be nice so people who like to use 2 sets of speakers like me can easily.

post #33 of 73
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Originally Posted by mukulymn View Post

Have e7

i m waiting for e9

i hope it will match well with my head-direct re1


I think E9 have enough power to drive re1, the impedance of re1 is 150 ohm! and E9 just boost the sound as original should be!

post #34 of 73

Roughly how much will this cost when released???

post #35 of 73
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The retail price will higher than our E7! but will not as high as other desktop headphone amp!

post #36 of 73

I've been listening to the E9 with DT990/600 and DT880/600 - both are driven to volumes far beyond what I would consider "comfortable", even when the gain setting is on "low". This amp has plenty of power.

 

This is a very quiet amp. I connected its pre-amp output to my main home theater and turned up the volume on the E9 and my receiver to max, E9 gain set to high, input is provided by USB/E7 from my computer, also with volume set to max. I could hear a very faint hiss that changes according to the volume of the E9 - again, this is with the receiver's master volume set to +10dB. How loud was this? I dragged the volume bar in windows down from max to about 1/10 and let go - the resulting "ding!" hurt my ears.

 

I will leave listening impressions to others, but so far I've been very happy with it. 

 

Jack

 

post #37 of 73

can buyer of e7 have it for a little less or some bonus

post #38 of 73


 

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Originally Posted by Jack-Micca View Post

I've been listening to the E9 with DT990/600 and DT880/600 - both are driven to volumes far beyond what I would consider "comfortable", even when the gain setting is on "low". This amp has plenty of power.

 

This is a very quiet amp. I connected its pre-amp output to my main home theater and turned up the volume on the E9 and my receiver to max, E9 gain set to high, input is provided by USB/E7 from my computer, also with volume set to max. I could hear a very faint hiss that changes according to the volume of the E9 - again, this is with the receiver's master volume set to +10dB. How loud was this? I dragged the volume bar in windows down from max to about 1/10 and let go - the resulting "ding!" hurt my ears.

 

I will leave listening impressions to others, but so far I've been very happy with it. 

 

Jack

 

said about the volume, how well e9 drives them
 

post #39 of 73

With the E7 docked in the E9, is the E7 connected to the pc with the same usb to usbmini cable????

post #40 of 73

James from FiiO has indicated that they will offer a package deal of the FiiO E7 and E9. We default to FiiO for pricing information, but given that the E7 sells for $99.90 here in the US, my take is that the pricing on the E7/E9 combo will be very attractive to those who are looking to pick up both.

 

As for USB signal with the E7 docked, the signal goes from the computer to the back of the E9, then to the dock connector for the E7, gets decoded by the E7, is fed to the E7's dock connector, which goes back into the E9, gets amplified by the E9, and sent out through the headphone output.

 

Jack

post #41 of 73

so without the E7 docked, does the E9's USB input function for anything?

post #42 of 73
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Originally Posted by JRG1990 View Post

With the E7 docked in the E9, is the E7 connected to the pc with the same usb to usbmini cable????


The E9 come with a USB cable, it is USB A- USB B cable like below

 

 

USB A-B.jpg

post #43 of 73
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Originally Posted by mnagali View Post

so without the E7 docked, does the E9's USB input function for anything?


We have make dock for iPod,iPhone, so anyone who wants to use our E9 as a docking  headphone amp for iPod, he  can change the dock by themself!

 

As a docking amp for iPod/iPhone, it can support data exchange and charging, of course, it can amplify the line out signal of iPod!

post #44 of 73
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Originally Posted by mukulymn View Post


 

said about the volume, how well e9 drives them
 

 

I think E9 is enough to drive the 600 ohm headphone ! the output power is 1000 mW! and the gain is 10 times or 10dB!
 

post #45 of 73

When will it be avaible in the uk market??

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