I think you don't want to understand me; that you have decided firmly on what you think is correct, and thus I see no point in trying to make you see and understand what I have to say (and already have explained). You are also saying that I refer to graphs and others opinion even though I have demonstrated otherwise. The amps I have and use are extremely good at delivering current - both fast and lots of it, as you should have understood from my previous posts. I will try one last time to explain it.
You ask me what amps were used for these measurments, and I don't know that. You probably knew that when you asked me. However, by asking that question you reveal that you haven't understood what I have already said: It takes only 19,69 MILLI-watts to reach 90 dB with the HE-6. I just looked at the numbers again, and found that to produce those 90dB using 19,69mW, it takes 1018mV and using only 0,019mA - that's 0,000019 Ampere. Are you really trying to make me and others at Head-Fi belive that the amps used for these measurments can't deliver these small amounts of current, and that this produces extra treble?
To put things in perspective: I have the Balanced amp card for the HM-801 and it delivers 440mW. The HE-6 sounds less bright out of that than via my Master-6 or ZAPsolute, when the Audio-gd Ref 7.1 DAC is used as source. Why? Because the HM-801 has a rolled off treble and the Ref 7.1 has a flat response. In other words (again): Power or current is not the case, but the treble is.
I don't find this exchange of viewpoints fruitful since you don't seem to have an open attitude to what I have to offer. So - let's just say goodbye and leave room for others to share what they have on their mind. I certainly don't wan't to discuss this further along these lines.
Good See Ya. Because you fail to see my point as well. Again, you bring numbers and specs into the conversation. The bold text above tells me you go by numbers and numbers only. Logic does not apply here. I keep telling you these mean nothing. If that was the case there will be many amps that would meet those specs, but still fail as a good match for the H-6. Practical experience and amp rolling plays a bigger part than your specs and numbers.
So I say to you.