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post #1081 of 6388
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Originally Posted by preproman View Post

I think we need to clearly define what night and day is.  Also to keep things in it's proper perspectives I'm taking about 1. Orthos, 2. portables. and 3. A fully balanced 4-channel B22 which gives you double of everything, voltage, CURRENT witch the orthos loves, and slew.

 

Night and Day:

Telling the difference from one sound to another sound Immediately.  

 

When I listen the my Mad Dogs on my B22 I get some of the very best sound these headphones can putout (IMHO)  I then put my Mad Dogs on my iPod and I can immediately tell the difference between the two - Hence: Nigh and Day - *Immediate*

 

Now If I go from my B22 to my M^3 - No it's not a night and Day difference.  I have to take some time to tell the difference between the two.

 

Lets use you scenario but alter it a bit.  The HE-6 on a speaker amp is a night and day difference than the HE-6 on a portable.  Same thing applies here. As soon as you switch from one to the other you would be able to tell the difference immediately.  HE-6 on a speaker amp vs. the Lyr you may need some time to tell witch one is witch.  Not *immediate* there for not night and day.

 

I do apologize if you guys can't tell the difference in something like this.  It's really simple.  Do the test your self.  I have.

The simple clarification of what night and days is clears up the misunderstanding. 

 

Too many interpretations of audiophile jargon. haha

post #1082 of 6388

I think that night and day should refer to a difference that ANYONE can hear instantly, even one with "stone" ears. After all, isn't it just that easy to tell actual day from night. Even someone blind can feel the sun's rays when they step outside.
 

post #1083 of 6388
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Originally Posted by juantendo8 View Post

I think that night and day should refer to a difference that ANYONE can hear instantly, even one with "stone" ears. After all, isn't it just that easy to tell actual day from night. Even someone blind can feel the sun's rays when they step outside.
 

 

 

I agree.  Sorta of the same thing I'm trying to say.  ***Instantly*** is another way to put it.

post #1084 of 6388

Couldn't one say it's a Night to Day difference?  Meaning the slow transition from night to day...meaning it's the slow noticeable change in whatever you're comparing. :)

post #1085 of 6388

Well, I think that's great really. If I could get a night and day difference, then I'd shell out the cash for it. Loan me your B22 and let me audition it. biggrin.gif

post #1086 of 6388

But what about the audinst hp amp, it's fishy that there are so few reviews for it.

post #1087 of 6388
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Originally Posted by MattTCG View Post

Well, I think that's great really. If I could get a night and day difference, then I'd shell out the cash for it. Loan me your B22 and let me audition it. biggrin.gif

 

 

Sure not a problem at all.  That'll be a 2K deposit please.  Thanks for your support.

post #1088 of 6388
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Originally Posted by preproman View Post

 

 

Sure not a problem at all.  That'll be a 2K deposit please.  Thanks for your support.

 

Can I pay in Yen? 

post #1089 of 6388
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Can I pay in Yen? 

 

 

 

 

post #1090 of 6388

I was just being silly. Trying to be...

post #1091 of 6388

I know - me towink_face.gif

post #1092 of 6388
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Originally Posted by clairyvic View Post

It doesn't seem to have alot of reviews besides that one though. :/ Any others?


Theres 2 more here on head-fi, both very favorable. Just do a little searching :)

post #1093 of 6388

Yeah 2. That's not a lot. Also what's the hissing like on the amp, and for people whove used it does it really seem to output about 300 mW per channel at 32 olms? That's a lot for a 129$ amp and wonder how accurate it is. It just seems to good to be true.

post #1094 of 6388
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Originally Posted by hekeli View Post

 

Too much emphasis is given to amps on these forums. 

 

Yep. I've said it a million times and no one takes the slightest notice but I always like to support anyone else who says it.

 

Amps make a difference. They do not make a huge difference. They do not even make a remarkable difference, and certainly not astonishing. In extreme cases they may make a very satisfying difference, but no more.

post #1095 of 6388

So who's running the lyr with these and can you please share some impressions? 

 

thanks...

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