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[REVIEW] Digizoid ZO2.3 Personal Subwoofer Portable Headphone Amplifier Review: True Power of Bass

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Edited by Swimsonny - 9/12/13 at 1:08am
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My Unboxing Video:

 

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Great Review! 
 

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Thanks mate
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Hos does the bass boost on the Zo compare to that on the E17?
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Originally Posted by Prakhar View Post

Hos does the bass boost on the Zo compare to that on the E17?
The main thing is how deep the Zo makes it go and how efficiently it does it. The E17 gets to like perhaps 6db bass boost and distorts a lot. I would not use e17 bass boost unless wanting a subtle boost.
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Very helpful. I especially liked the mention of the RE262s as these are the IEMs I'm looking to amp :)

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I've asked this in multiple threads already with little success

 

How well does the ZO2.3 pair with DT1350, or MadDogs?

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Have not heard any of these sorry!

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I suggest checking out Audiotechnica M50s with this little magic pill.  I think you find it be a wonderful combo.

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I am using the Vsonic gr07 mkii with an Iphone 4 plus a lod fiio Alpen. I use this eq on the Alpen: bass +8db, treble - 4 db. I just want to carry something smaller when I am outside. Do you think the Zo can reduce the treble like the Alpen?

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