Has anyone tried out the Mapletree Ear+ Super II? I know it's a tube amp but it has the lowest output impedance for a tube amp (<1.3 ohms) that I know of. I don't know about the TH900, but I've seen some people comment that Mapletree headphone amps sounded too warm and syrupy with Denon's D7000 (which are known to have a similar sound signature to the TH900, albeit inferior to the TH900 in nearly all aspects). I don't know if this would also apply to Super II as well as other amps, or if this would also apply to TH900 as well as D7000, but what do you guys think? I know the general consensus with previous Denon users was that they preferred solid-state amps over tube amps with Denons. Of course some of you folks like tubes with Denons or TH900's too, but do you think TH900's sound signature is already warm that using a warm tube amp like Mapletree's Super II would make the sound too warm and syrupy? I'd appreciate your input.
FYI, it appears that Mapletree amps are widely recommended with Grado cans. Not sure about Denon/Fostex though.
Edited by songmic - 11/19/12 at 1:02am