As I have mentioned elsewhere in this forum, I have LCD-2s with Moon Silver Dragon V3 on the way.
I posted an inquiry as to why with the popularity of low impedance cans from Audeze and HiFiMan more manufacturers were not designing amps capable of delivering current rather than volts, into low impedance rather than high, with these hard-to-drive cans in mind. No one responded (I blame myself-I guess we all share the same question with no ready answers).
I had pretty much decided on a Violectric V200 to fit the bill and am still leaning in that direction, but I just learned of the Bryston BHA-1.
Like the Violectric, Bryston seems to understand the role of current and took that into account in the design of this new amp, which just hit the market.
I have bought quite a bit of stuff from Galen Carol (no connection) so I intend to pick his brain as he has never steered me wrong and he is now listing this amp as in stock.
I am a bit surprised that there has been virtually no talk on this entire Board about this headphone amp.
So, what gives?