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post #31 of 36

I'm gonna be a jerk now, and say "dude you're wrong" hahha.

 

anw, how's DB-2 treating you ? is it any good? I found it a bit lacking in the instrument separation.
 

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I was kinda bummed - but now I know the truth.

 

The black ones sound WAY better.



 

post #32 of 36

I'm starting to be convinced that I can't hear all this stuff that other people hear.  Maybe I should quit chucking thousands of dollars at audio equipment.  That said, I've had a couple of wicked colds for the past few weeks and that's been wreaking havoc with my hearing.  So at the moment it sounds "fine," but so does pretty much every dac/amp combo I have access to.

 

The form factor has me puzzled.  With the PB-2's volume facing forward, you'll have the "front" (including power switch and indicator light) of the DB-2 facing backward - and the "back" of the DB-2 (including a cord to the computer,) facing forward.

post #33 of 36

Yea, i find that to be a pretty prominent design failure too...

 

Has anyone experienced the power indicator on the DB2 not lighting up after it has been ran completely out of power, and the charging. Basically i had my combo run dry, and now its charging, the PB2 is done, but the DB2 should still have about 3 hours to go - but when i turn it on, it wont light up... :(

post #34 of 36

victor,

 

may be you can answer me.  This ibasso db2 is coming with the rolling opamp features.  However, I read on there site, it said  "More than 20 hours play time with stock OPAMPs" 

 

Do you know what this means?? Does this mean that I need to change the opamp after 20 hours-ish of use? 

 

Dan

post #35 of 36
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victor,

 

may be you can answer me.  This ibasso db2 is coming with the rolling opamp features.  However, I read on there site, it said  "More than 20 hours play time with stock OPAMPs" 

 

Do you know what this means?? Does this mean that I need to change the opamp after 20 hours-ish of use? 

 

Dan


That means with the stock package...battery life is expected to be 20 hours.  If you change opamps it will likely vary somewhat.

 


 

 

post #36 of 36

oh that means it is the life of the battery per charge?  So the opamp itself will last a long time not like tube where it has the burn out life? 

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