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post #181 of 699

What's the thing about the volume knob you mention? You have to pry it up?

post #182 of 699
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Originally Posted by Clincher09 View Post

What's the thing about the volume knob you mention? You have to pry it up?



People should read the little page about PA2V2 instructions, it's all there: http://www.electric-avenues.com/pa2_instructions.html

The volume knob thing is explained at the bottom

post #183 of 699

My PA2v2

 

Here is my little devil.... evil_smiley.gif

 

 

EDIT   Man the photo viewer on this thing sucks!! just a remant of the pic I took

post #184 of 699

I finally got my hands on my amp. I just set the gain knobs to 6 'o clock and that seems to be loud enough, I'm testing it out right now with my D2Ks.

post #185 of 699

I also just got my new PA2V2 with batteries fully charged and everthing sounds lovely!.. I can now hear the highs and lows clearly from my Denons AH-D2000 awesome! thanks gary


Edited by headhog - 1/20/11 at 4:00pm
post #186 of 699

First impressions after using the PA2v2: It sounds clearer than the Fiio E5, but there's actually a little less bass, is there any way I could increase it? Would turning the gain down do anything?

 

If there isn't anything I can do to improve the sound (bass mainly) I will probably be selling this. Maybe it's just the D2000s, but the E5 seemed to drive them just as well and even had more bass. Has anyone paired the D2K with the Fiio E7?


Edited by Clincher09 - 1/16/11 at 4:00pm
post #187 of 699

bump more PA2V2 love needed!

post #188 of 699

Received a reply from Gary regarding pricing and such so I'll be ordering mine this weekend. Will be pairing it up with some ATH-M50's...have to order those as well. Well either M50's or ATH-A700, still working on that decision.

post #189 of 699

Fiio E5 have a bass boost feature, that actually degrades sound in many headphones. PA2V2 increases clarity and bass on my system, with a pair of XD-53, without any degradation.

post #190 of 699

Hi,

 

Does anyone know if the PA2V2 will improve the sound of my Klipsch X10i?

post #191 of 699

 PA2V2

 

Received my PA2V2 today morning. Gonna try 'em with RE0s and Sony MDR-XD200

post #192 of 699

I dont think i've ever seen anyone ever mention this but garys bubble wrap has one of the strongest smell's ever that it actually linger for three days in my room.

post #193 of 699

OK,

 

Well after a few bad days, today was not so bad. I got a few toys and so am eager to try them out.

 

Just got my Sansa Clip + and a brand spankin new pair of AKG K81djs. Still waiting on my Beyer DT235s though. B&H did not have them in stock. So I plan to have fun burning these in tonight with the PA2V2.

Will post later my impressions.

 

D

post #194 of 699


 

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Originally Posted by dudlew View Post

OK,

 

Well after a few bad days, today was not so bad. I got a few toys and so am eager to try them out.

 

Just got my Sansa Clip + and a brand spankin new pair of AKG K81djs. Still waiting on my Beyer DT235s though. B&H did not have them in stock. So I plan to have fun burning these in tonight with the PA2V2.

Will post later my impressions.

 

D


Tease

post #195 of 699

Got my PA2V2 on Tuesday and love it. Its my first amp but after a bit of listening i can hear really low frequencies more clearly and there's more punch to the bass overall. There's also a touch more clarity in mids and highs. Good product !

 

PA2V2 (4 of 8).jpg

 

PA2V2 (8 of 8).jpg

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