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post #16 of 22

I just want to point out that 32 ohms doesn't mean it is easier to drive. 600 ohms simply means more voltage swing.

post #17 of 22

My Bellari HA540 ($299) drives the Beyer DT-880 600 ohm really good. I know you say you don't like bass too much, but the bass will be nice and full with this combo in my opinion though not overwhelming. I really like the frequency balance. The treble in nice and relaxed, not too harsh and the tone warm and smooth. The Burson HA-160 amp ($699) plays them very well too, with a bit more resoloution and a tad less bass than the Bellari. Depending on your budget I think either would be a great choice.

post #18 of 22
Nfb dac and any decent OTL tube amp
post #19 of 22
There comes a time where you go into info overload and start thinking too much. Distill all the info into basics then make a decision
post #20 of 22

Is the Bellari HA540 comparable to the Little Dot Mark III in terms of value and specs?

post #21 of 22

Choosing a 250ohm seems to be a balanced choice between voltage and details

 

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I just want to point out that 32 ohms doesn't mean it is easier to drive. 600 ohms simply means more voltage swing.



 

post #22 of 22
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just Felt like updating this as I bought the DT880 600ohm and the soundcard asus Xonar Essence STX. I also try'd it with with my dads amp for his gigant speakers. The DT880 do indeed have bass, though that was more  than i wanted with that amp. I'm very happy with my choice I don't regret it at all. Thanks  for all the help :D

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