I FEAR that day
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It was the IV I was interested in, the V is out of my price range.
Aww, that's so sweet that your thinking about me Doc!
Even though I received my Geek Out 450 several days ago. I was so busy to the point where I couldn't try it out at all. I threw it on just now using my Doppios to test out the .47 Ohm jack.. Very impressed.. Seems the wait was completely worth it.. Out of the box it has excellent synergy with the Doppios..I am hearing many similar qualities from the Geek Out to my DX90. Which is awesome. Will let it play some music. Listen to it with my other phones. Excellent sound from a tiny dac.
The funny thing is this Geek out is not even half the size of the old Ele dac and is comparable to the Hifimidey dac.
How's it do with the Nf'd T50RP's..... ?
Not sure if the driver aren't properly installed or not since the stupid thing doesn't even come with auto install like my FiiO E17 and Audinst MX1 which was just plug and play. For windows you gots to manual install the drivers. LMAO
I just got them in from another head-fier when i purchased it and he said the amp on this geek is more powerful than lots of the portable amps out there, but for now the amp on the E17 is much more powerful than this geek same goes for the MX1s.
The "Master" volume output is at "0" and same is the analogue 1 and 2 channels, with my lappy sound maxed out, but it doesn't even get THAT loud. It is about as powerful as my cheapo venturecraft go-dap cuz both when tapped out just drives my Logan 90s enough with no more power left. The sound is not even that much better than my ipods connected via the venturecraft, and my Audinst MX1 internal amp/ dac seems to sound better than the geek so far from my very short listening test runs so far. : /
Did i not set this thing up properly on my windows 7 lappy???