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post #2191 of 2204
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Originally Posted by project86 View Post


Would be interesting to have a shootout between the Veritas and the new Mytek Brooklyn. 

Not quite a shootout between the two, but one of the german sites has reviewed both. Dac to dac - Veritas seems to be slightly better, not exactly what i expected for a price difference (brooklyn has a built in amp too). Mind you that Veritas was pre-production unit.

http://www.hifistatement.net/tests/item/1737-resonessence-labs-veritas
post #2192 of 2204
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Originally Posted by PioKra View Post


Not quite a shootout between the two, but one of the german sites has reviewed both. Dac to dac - Veritas seems to be slightly better, not exactly what i expected for a price difference (brooklyn has a built in amp too). Mind you that Veritas was pre-production unit.

http://www.hifistatement.net/tests/item/1737-resonessence-labs-veritas

 

 

Interesting, thanks. Looks like the Brooklyn is a bit more of a "Jack of all Trades" type device, while the Veritas is more focused. It's good to have both types out there I suppose. 

post #2193 of 2204

Since today i'm a proud owner of the Concero HD.

Love the deep, engaging yet delicate sound.

 

Also got an Aqvox USB Power Adapter which should make the sound even better, not sure though. Still confused about the Phase out of the Power Adapter.


Edited by amigastar - 6/18/16 at 3:41pm
post #2194 of 2204
The concero HD is nice, listening to it now and enjoying it!
post #2195 of 2204

I don't know if somebody can help me with this question but i ask anyways.

 

I got the Concero HD with an Aqvox USB Power Adapter. The Power Adapter is supposed to clean up the sound when used with Concero HD for example.

Now there is something like Phase out on these kind of devices and i don't know which direction the Power Adapter Plug has to be plugged in into the socket.

In one direction the music becomes wider and softer but at the same time with less bite on the other direction i can't hear any big differences if at all.

 

What you guys think may be correct. i tend to think the softer sound is better but its also a little quieter and like i said the bite isn't quite there.

 

I wrote Aqvox with this question lets see what they can tell me.


Edited by amigastar - 6/19/16 at 10:35am
post #2196 of 2204

NVM.  Found one.


Edited by alpha421 - 6/28/16 at 8:42pm
post #2197 of 2204

Comparing the Concero HD to the original Concero, the HD has a much wider soundstage and clarity, the Soundstage opens up and is filled with beautiful mids and depth. Basically a grown up Concero SD.

 

So where the old Concero had a smooth and nice sound, the HD spits out a massive Soundstage and a sophisticated and refined sound one would imagine it's coming from a bigger sized DAC.


Edited by amigastar - 7/2/16 at 9:25am
post #2198 of 2204

Trying to decide between the Concero HD or the Herus+, I am sure they kept the formula and the signature sound. I would be fine with a Concero HD, but the portability and price of the Herus+ is too tempting to neglect. Has anyone been able to sample their difference. If the gap is large enough that the HD just blows the Herus+ away.

post #2199 of 2204
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Originally Posted by thewatcher101 View Post
 

Trying to decide between the Concero HD or the Herus+, I am sure they kept the formula and the signature sound. I would be fine with a Concero HD, but the portability and price of the Herus+ is too tempting to neglect. Has anyone been able to sample their difference. If the gap is large enough that the HD just blows the Herus+ away.

 

If you want to keep the functionality of the Concero, while maintaining portability look at the NuPrime uDSD. It's a great little converter as well.

post #2200 of 2204

I have had the Resonessence Labs Concero HP for about a week now and I gotta say that this definitely something special :) Gotta give some love to Canadian made products, as the fine folks at Resonessence Labs (thanks for letting me check them out!) have done a bang up job with the Concero HP. This thing has so much power its crazy. And oh how good it sounds :evil: I will be posting a more in-depth look at it pretty soon.

 

post #2201 of 2204

Hi,

 

Does anyone have the USB audio 2.0 driver that is older than v3.29?

Tried downloading and running, but my anti virus caught it a as a trojan...

post #2202 of 2204
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Originally Posted by quickhook82 View Post
 

Hi,

 

Does anyone have the USB audio 2.0 driver that is older than v3.29?

Tried downloading and running, but my anti virus caught it a as a trojan...


I talked to someone from Reso labs about that and they said to turn off the Antivirus before downloading and installing it. Its not a virus but gets picked up as one for some reason. 

post #2203 of 2204

I tried the HD700 out of the concero HP and my lord, what a difference! Loving how rich it sounded and not as bright or sharp as I expected, especially after adding in the AQ jitterbug. Loved the combo :)  the Nighthawk sounded sublime as well!

post #2204 of 2204

Has anyone experience with a power supply for the Concero HD.

I have an Aqvox Power Supply and when used with the Concero HD it's much more warm and soft sounding. Almost too much for my taste. So has anyone witnessed this for himself?


Edited by amigastar - 7/21/16 at 6:22pm
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