I still have my HP-P1. I did borrow a friend's CLAS/RX3 rig to try and while it was impressive, I ended up getting the Leckerton UH6MKII and have a Pico Power on order. I don't reckon I'll be carrying orthos with me when I travel (unless it is to a meet) and SE performance with borrowed cans or regular IEMs is more important at the moment. For IEMs, I can just use the HP-P1 by itself.
I've just started paying attention to that tricky spec called Impedance. I'm not quite sure about all of it so if I make a faux pas please excuse.
I've started looking at my gears and discovered that the HP-P1 has 10.22 impedance. My Miracles have 15.9, so if I use the rule of 8, then, they are not really compatible. I am trying to find the FT!334's impedance measurement (if anyone knows please say).
These are my travel rigs, and on paper they are not meant to be used together. Any thoughts?
Edited by Saraguie - 12/23/12 at 11:12am