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post #901 of 907

the max attenuation of the pico slim is -110dB and it has 0.5dB steps

 

a typical analog pot on most portable amps has 60-70dB attenuation, and usually the channels are not balanced until around -40dB.

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post #902 of 907

I finally joined the club.
At first listen everything you guys say in this thread seems to be accurate.
Kudos Justin.


This rig sounds great with my JH-16's and my magnum builds. 128gb micro SD = all my FLAC's with 20gb to spare, plus 50+hours of battery life. I deed to make an LOD to fit and it will be all set.



 





 



 

post #903 of 907

I just picked up one of these little guys and hooked it to the HO of a nano 7th gen - sounds pretty damned good - I remember reading somewhere that the output was no louder than a nano on its own (just the goodness of a superior amp) but I have to say that doesn't seem like the case - hooked up to my JH16's, the amp has a much bigger and (heavens!) louder output than the nano alone...

 

Is it because I shouldn't use the HO? Is there a such thing as a "lightning to 3.5mm" cable?

 

...also, does anyone have a copy of the manual? I would love to get a photo of the thing for reference - although I am savvy enough to fi=gure out how to use it... :wink_face:

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Originally Posted by justin w. View Post
 

the max attenuation of the pico slim is -110dB and it has 0.5dB steps

 

a typical analog pot on most portable amps has 60-70dB attenuation, and usually the channels are not balanced until around -40dB.


Which (-110dB) sounds ridiculously good.

post #905 of 907

does the pico slim shut off over the period of time when charging after the battery is fully charged? i know it says like 3 hours just wondered

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Originally Posted by Mooses9 View Post

does the pico slim shut off over the period of time when charging after the battery is fully charged? i know it says like 3 hours just wondered
For old times sake, I charged my Pico Slim last night before I went to bed. When I woke up this morning, the charge light was no longer on.
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