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Well you know as well as anyone on here.  You've been around a long time there buddy. :biggrin:   If your going with the v281 go with the 560.

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I just wanted to make sure the HE-6 sounded as I remembered it!

 

I was hoping a modest setup such as the HE-560/Lyr 2 would do it for me but it doesn't seem to cut it for me. If I never sold my HE-6 and HD800 I wouldn't have this issue right now...

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Originally Posted by rawrster View Post
 

I just wanted to make sure the HE-6 sounded as I remembered it!

 

I was hoping a modest setup such as the HE-560/Lyr 2 would do it for me but it doesn't seem to cut it for me. If I never sold my HE-6 and HD800 I wouldn't have this issue right now...

:beerchug:

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Originally Posted by negura View Post

Agree on the open soundstage and energy. It gets the job done. But no such thing as thin on either of Theta Gen V + HE-9, EC 2A3MK4, Moon 430HA or class A speaker amp. I chose to use the horrible dust magnet velour pads, for the sound quality.

The stock HD800s on any of this, yeah that's thinner sounding than I would like.

Any mods that would further open up the sound and add clarity to the HE-6s, I'm all for it. No thinness or sharpness or anything undue with treble at all whatsoever here.
Nice, does the EC 2A3 have enough oomph to drive the HE6s? Btw still loving your KGSSHV!
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