Originally Posted by luisdent
It would look something like this...
one problem here is volume matching. I play with little impedance adapters all the time, but it's really a problem to have so much difference in volume (going from nothing to 100ohm is no joke in level attenuation). so the ultimate dreambox would need something to compensate the different volumes for each impedances, but that part mustn't change impedance by itself... argh!
also depending on what IEM you plan to use in the futur, lower values can be nice. for an ER4 5ohm is a joke, and for W4 the dip in high mids is so huge that anything is welcome to reduce it, but some IEMs are super sensitive to impedance, yet really close to perfect(for me) signature wise. then just 2 or 3 ohm can be the icing on the cake to just make that 1db difference.
also I find it usefull when making 2 sources close in impedance output so that I can judge real differences.
anyway, if you make such a box, I want one! (unless you make your price tags like astell&kern)
edit: ahahah same ideas same critic, I love it!
Edited by castleofargh - 12/16/13 at 9:04pm