I read the whole thing for the third time, and even more confuse.
So, I have few questions here. And i'm quite new to here, I do apologise if i'm misread anythings or offence anyone.
according to this: http://en.goldenears.net/1389
The High Zout will change the sound sig of the headphone due to its reaction with the headphone's Impedance curve.
For me it's seem like the higher impedance source to be more responsive in the low frequency and tend to "flat/neutral/balance" the headphone frequency.
(It's reduce the sparkled/boosted-treble of TF.10 and Enhance the rolled-off treble of Er-4P, Right ?)
So it certain gonna change the FR and SoundSig of the Headphone. But not in the uncertain way(tend to be more flat/neutral/balance) ?
Only except for the multi-BA driver that have a funny FR tuned/Crossover that where the devastating come in. ?
(No offend for the multi-Ba owner, I'm waiting for my Acs-t1 too.)
according to this : http://en.goldenears.net/1389 (Again)
The sound sig of the TF.10 Should look like in the link and not totally flat.
But when we asked about the output impedance of the MX100
And the Lee kindly show the test result of the mx 100 (here: http://www.markuskraus.com/RMAA/dx100.htm)
which contain no direct data refer to MX100 output impedance but flat FR of the TF.10
Originally Posted by ExpatinJapan
Thanks, thats pretty flat for the Triple fi 10s, must be low output impedance!
Back to the iriver and my thread of DOOM!
Isn't it that mean, MX 100 do convert/distort the sound sig of the headphone too ?
Some even be pleased that the MX100 make their headphone has a flat response.
Originally Posted by tupac0306
Very flat response:) The more I listen to my dx100, the more I love it. It just bring the most out of all my CIEMs. The only hope that can beat this right now is 901.
But I did heard early impressions saying that 901 remains the mids of 801 so it still won't satisfy people won't doesn't like forward mids. I hope this isn't true.
Because if 901 has the same mids like 801, that will be a no for me.
But refer to the links, didn't it mean the ability of the DAP to make headphone FR flat come from the high Zout of the DAP ?
And doesn't it should be unpleasant that the DAP do change/convert/distort the sound sig that the headphone were made to be ???
As I said I really new here so I might misread some data of graph. But the doubt torture me.
So please do mercy give me more clue.
Apologise for my english too. - -