You're set then. Good!
i found while the pb2 pelican is a excellent amp, when using the er4s with the lme49990 + ha5002 + +10 gain i was over in the 1 o clock ish range for medium to loud, i would have expected the volume pot to be smaller given the pb2's power?
I hear you, but those are among the most inefficient IEMs available:
Got my pb2, on Low Gain the Pb2 could not drive my Dt 880 600 ohm, I got sound in only one channel
I fiddle'd with the gain jumpers till I got even sound in both channels, [using the balanced out ofc]
that said does ANY one have a GRAPH or some kind of picture for adjusting the Gain Jumpers
so apprently no Jumpers = low gain
I found the PDF for it
XX being the jumper
I may have mis read if, though when is that for each pin on each of the 4 channels? When I got my amp it appeared to be set to high gain, yet I had channel imbalance issues
well she's set to 0 and... wow man I'm liking this! Really cleaned up the bass on my D2k with my hm801 :3 can't wait to get my d2k rebalanced and try out that balanced connector :D, although +6 gain on the balanced out might still b a touch to much >.>, I'm sitting at 9:30 o Clock on 0 gain with my SE D2k xD
In general, I think the DB2 and PB2 are overlooked and not too many realize how good they can sound. The DB2 does an excellent job of getting to the music without sound digital. I was using it yesterday, letting it warm up for about an hour and the sound was extremely good, fed by the DX50, it was much better than the AK100 or anything around that sound range. Sure, not as portable but if you are looking for a small package for balanced sound, it is hard to beat. The DB2 has a separate battery for the digital and analog section and that gives it a real advantage in s/n, dynamics and overall quality of sound.
You got links to the sellers please? Thanks.