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Lost 85% hearing in one ear.

post #1 of 8
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in an accident i have lost my 85% hearing  in my one ear...and other ear normal..

i am a gamer n play counter strike 1.6...

at full window sound i can listen very thin sound from my damaged ear..

i need a very very loud amplification for my damaged ear..so i can enjoy my gaming..

when i placed mobile speaker on my damaged ear than i can able to listen music from that ear...so u can determine how much amplification i need...

can fiio e6 amp could do this..?


Edited by nirvana das - 12/5/12 at 5:02am
post #2 of 8

The E6 is portable, and depending on your headphones, it may or may not give enough volume. The disadvantage is that if you were using it on something other than your computer, you might not have an option to set a channel quieter than the other one (so you don't lose hearing in the other ear) since the E6 has one volume control for both channels.

post #3 of 8
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can u suggest which amp a headphone or earbud should I use for very loud amp..

can e6 do this....?

iI prefer ear more than headphone beacuse earbud give more pressure sound...
post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by nirvana das View Post

can u suggest which amp a headphone or earbud should I use for very loud amp..
can e6 do this....?
iI prefer ear more than headphone beacuse earbud give more pressure sound...

 

As lostmage said, an amp will increase both left and right channel. You'll end up damaging your other ear as well if you go too loud.

 

 

Also, please stop hijacking other Fiio threads. This is the one you've started, so wait for people to respond.

post #5 of 8
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from windiw sound eqalizer iI can balance left n right sound chanel volume sapretly...
post #6 of 8

You can try the C&C BK, that amplifier is really loud and has gain settings.  Sorry for your accident and loss.

post #7 of 8
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Originally Posted by nirvana das View Post

from windiw sound eqalizer iI can balance left n right sound chanel volume sapretly...


Ok, then I think you can try the E6, it should be able to get the volume pretty high.

post #8 of 8

Way better than using a sound equalizer is actually having an amp that brings this as a build in feature. You might want to check out this baby here:

http://www.headfonia.com/lafigaro-339-my-fav-otl-amp/

 

It's a really nice single ended tube amp for 550USD. This would allow you to adjust your volume perfectly for each ear without any need for equalizing. Maybe this is what you are looking for.

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