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Imbalance depends a lot on the sensitivity of the IEM. The higher, the more likely it will encounter such problem. However, lowering the gain of the amp usually helps to avoid such problem. Most universal IEM shouldn't have such problem on O2 with low gain. However, If you use a particularly sensitive custom IEM, you will want to ask the manufacturer / builder to lower the low gain on O2 to zero.
Noise is exceptionally low in O2, pretty much inaudible.
clieos, i waiting your review about c5..
gimme a reason to not to press buy button for that item
You're on your own on this as I have no plan to review the Cayin C5.
well.. i'm hearing is believing typical guy..
unfortunately in my place we have no cayin c5 to listened so i choose to buy rsa shadow which i like it more than national,rx,and continental..
keep review clieos.. i like your review so far..