Not sure how this works. I believe in order to do this right you would need a resistor on one of the outputs to get yourself the offset you need, but since they are not the same Ohm'age and well, they have different audio qualities (not sure if it's purely because of the different Ohm output or something more than just that) so it wouldn't seem like something would work. Now that we know the Ohm output of each jack though, maybe we can do some tests and find out the right combination to give you balanced output
I was trying to figure out how TP could feed something like this setup here:
That amp should be sold as DIY kits and such design should allow some modifications.
Besides, I already contacted Shikada-san and he told me that Analog^2 Paper TU-05 could also provide that dual 3.5-mm output. Ian loves that amp with HM-801 so I'm interested in pairing that with TP as well.
Lately I've been thinking about how to maximize the performance of TP with my FitEar IEMs by sacrificing some ergonomics and portability. Mostly likely I'll ask BTG Audio to make a relatively short FitEar cable terminated with this $52 female stereo mini jack:
Then a meter of this flagship WireWorld goodness will go between TP and that short FitEar cable from BTG Audio:
That will enable me to try other cables easily once I have decided to get something even better later.
Alternatively, I could get Platinum Eclipse bulk wire locally and figure out how to terminate with the connectors I want.
Could that wire be a bit too overkilled for TP or more like a match made in heaven?
I found that someone in China was actually putting that inside an iMod 5.5G