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post #76 of 81

Quick question - Should I be using the low gain output or the high gain output with Denon D7000s?  I notice on the low gain output that I have to have the volume knob around 2:00 most of the time and sometimes close to 4:00.  Would I damage my headphones if I tried them on the High gain output?

post #77 of 81
Thread Starter 

no you won't. what's your source? usually with a HD800 i'm going 12 oclock max with an audiogd dac19.

post #78 of 81

Just curious. Has anyone tried the HA-160 with the Hifiman HE-400? I love the amp with my K-701's but luster for a bit more bass while still getting the great sound-stage and clarity. Any other suggestions?

post #79 of 81
Thread Starter 

this thread is extremely old and is largely outdated.

 

If I was in a buying mood I would now look at the soloist series

post #80 of 81

Thank you for getting back to me on this old post. I just got the Burson at a great deal and now I am itching for a new set of cans to go with it. I am debading between the HD 600/650 and the HE-400. I can find some info that the HD 600 are a good match but nothing about the HE-400. Have you ever listed to the Hifiman with the HA-160?

post #81 of 81
Thread Starter 

unforunately nope. It was gone before Hifiman went large

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