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post #31 of 33
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Originally Posted by bcwang View Post

I agree with you, with some headphones, my ipod and iphone on one block is a bit too loud.  My solution is expensive but works wonders....the Pico Slim.  You can use it to help successfully use IEMs with any source.  The second thing it fixes from the "too loud" volume is the hissing the iphone/ipod generates with sensitive headphones.  Plus improved sound quality as well.  It's a win, win, win situation.

 


x2. Mine just arrived and the low volume control is remarkable. I can't wait to try the Pico Slim tomorrow morning. When I first wake up is when I listen extremely softly.
 

 


Edited by cooperpwc - 4/19/11 at 3:17am
post #32 of 33

I'm using Volume Dial + replaygain/sound check (both tied in, via syncing with foobar and foo_dap) to control volume. Volume Dial doesn't have the greatest GUI, but it works, and free.

 

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/volume-dial/id376833296?mt=8

post #33 of 33

It's spendy, but this is one of the beauties of the PicoSlim amp - the volume attenuation goes down to -120db or something ridiculous, so you can listen impossibly softly through IEMs but still at a high quality.  It's the best implementation of this I've ever heard, and I've tried a dozen headphone amps.  

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