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post #1051 of 1074
I have a different view and find UHA-4 to be a much better amp then D-ZERO.
post #1052 of 1074
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Originally Posted by ClieOS View Post

I have a different view and find UHA-4 to be a much better amp then D-ZERO.

Alright Thanks.. i was initially supposed to get the UHA-4 but money was an issue at the time lol
post #1053 of 1074
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Alright Thanks.. i was initially supposed to get the UHA-4 but money was an issue at the time lol

 

If you wanna even take it to another rlevel MRiNiCK I suggest you opt for the UHA6 MKII with OP-Amp 8610 (the UHA4 comes with this stock). Believe me owning both of them the MKII is clearly that much better than the 4 :). It's worth the extra money.

post #1054 of 1074
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If you wanna even take it to another rlevel MRiNiCK I suggest you opt for the UHA6 MKII with OP-Amp 8610 (the UHA4 comes with this stock). Believe me owning both of them the MKII is clearly that much better than the 4 smily_headphones1.gif. It's worth the extra money.

is it worth it for portable use.? because i'm always on the go no matter what days it is. lol and if im not well different story wink.gif
post #1055 of 1074
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is it worth it for portable use.? because i'm always on the go no matter what days it is. lol and if im not well different story wink.gif


I think it is. It's about the same size as the UHA4 but just very slightly thicker. But the sound quality upgrade you get over the 4 is very much worth the extra difference in price. What will you be using it with though?

post #1056 of 1074
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I think it is. It's about the same size as the UHA4 but just very slightly thicker. But the sound quality upgrade you get over the 4 is very much worth the extra difference in price. What will you be using it with though?

Ipod touch on the go and through my laptop at home.
Headphones- 1964 T CIEM, and DT1350
at Home, BrainWavz HM%, Ultrasone Pro 900, Sennheiser HD 650
post #1057 of 1074
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Originally Posted by lee730 View Post


I think it is. It's about the same size as the UHA4 but just very slightly thicker. But the sound quality upgrade you get over the 4 is very much worth the extra difference in price. What will you be using it with though?

UHA6 MKII with OP-Amp 8610 online says it comes wit it as standard.
post #1058 of 1074
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Originally Posted by MRiNiCK View Post


UHA6 MKII with OP-Amp 8610 online says it comes wit it as standard.


I thought it came with 209 standard? Unless Nick went back to 8610 :)? He use to charge an extra $10.00 I think for the upgrade over 209. :P

post #1059 of 1074
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I thought it came with 209 standard? Unless Nick went back to 8610 smily_headphones1.gif? He use to charge an extra $10.00 I think for the upgrade over 209. :P

lol well lucky me then.
post #1060 of 1074
Hey guys,

I love this amp, perfect size, sound and price but usb connection has stopped working after all these years and now I am in need of new portable amp. Should I go with this again or there are new devices i look through?
post #1061 of 1074

What not just send it back to nick and get it fix?

post #1062 of 1074
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Originally Posted by Nachkebia View Post

Hey guys,

I love this amp, perfect size, sound and price but usb connection has stopped working after all these years and now I am in need of new portable amp. Should I go with this again or there are new devices i look through?


You an do as the poster above or even consider upgrading to the UHA6 MKII which is a better sounding amp IMO.

post #1063 of 1074

Does anyone both a UHA-4 and a UHA-6S mkII that they would be willing to snap a couple of photos of for the sake of size comparison?

post #1064 of 1074

Going from memory they both are similar in overall size (length & width) with the UHA4 being about half the thickness of the UHA6. Both are quite portable IMO with the UHA4 being the most portable. In terms of sound the UHA6 MKII is a noticeable improvement IMO and well worth the price premium. Now if you need very fine volume attenuation for lower volume listening without channel imbalance (ideal for sensitive IEMs) then the UHA4 may be more suited to your needs. This is more so of an issue if you are using sources with a powerful LO which can then lead to channel imbalance on the MKII model. But at the same time you can request for a lower gain setting which should mitigate this issue (if any).
 

post #1065 of 1074
Thanks for the comments! I'm having severe problems with channel imbalance on my CIEM's, so I appreciate your thought on that too.
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