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post #2791 of 3310
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allen key is a 1.5 mm

Got the ends off  but cannot in any way budge the pcb board out of the case.

It seems seated/jammed in the thin channels of the case on either side and even though I can pry the board slightly up and down  ( carefully ) there is zero budging this thing. I will have to resort to pressing it out somehow with a vise maybe. You must have been one of the lucky ones with a narrower board. 

post #2792 of 3310
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Originally Posted by nick n View Post

allen key is a 1.5 mm

 

Got the ends off  but cannot in any way budge the pcb board out of the case.

 

It seems seated/jammed in the thin channels of the case on either side and even though I can pry the board slightly up and down  ( carefully ) there is zero budging this thing. I will have to resort to pressing it out somehow with a vise maybe. You must have been one of the lucky ones with a narrower board. 

Nah, mine was the same, I moved the pcb for couple of minutes while pushing gently from the other side and it popped out ;)

post #2793 of 3310

ok will give that a shot .  H20 yeppers a Vise,  but using just a tiny flat item to equally press only the edge of the pcb board.

post #2794 of 3310

Jesus, I was not ready for the IPC > C&C BH > TF10....

post #2795 of 3310

Folks, to leave this thread for opinions, reviews etc and not to clutter with technical data on building nuclear plant based on C&C I've created new thread. Feel free to participate.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/679358/c-c-bh-modding-thread-lets-mod-the-crap-out-of-this-little-yoke

post #2796 of 3310
So, umm get back to describing the awesomeness of the BH? And come on, I can't be the only one with a BH and an IE8?
post #2797 of 3310
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Well, for what its worth I had my BH on the boards for sale due to changing gear (as we do) only I'd forgotten how good it sounds paired with my Studio V using pure silver interconnect. The sales were closed and my BH stays on being the little champion amp it is.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/1/13 at 9:22am
post #2798 of 3310
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So, umm get back to describing the awesomeness of the BH? And come on, I can't be the only one with a BH and an IE8?

Go on then, tell us about your findings with the BH/IE8 combo...

post #2799 of 3310
I just bought some yamaha pro 400 for 150 dollars new on amazon with free shipping?!

Wtf they are 250 bucks anywhere else, amazon sells the white yamaha pro 400 for 250 but the black one for some reason is 100 dollars cheaper so I got them.

Anyway I'm just letting you guys know that it's probably a typo so you should jump on it fast.

I'll be pairing them with my c&c bh and I'll let you know about the synergy
post #2800 of 3310
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Go on then, tell us about your findings with the BH/IE8 combo...

I would like someone else to try it out first at least just to make sure I'm not putting the words in someone else's mouth. And I just don't feel sure enough describing what I hear as the differences between out1 and out2 to my ears substantial but I'm not sure what to say in terms of stereo/centre/soundstage/width/depth/height. Also it would help with someone who knows how IE8 sounds in their sleep. I got mine this summer from the sales forum and haven't really used them since I like my other iems better. But I just wanted to have something bassy.
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I got the Yamaha pro 400 and I freaking love them, by the way they have mega insane synergy with the c&c bh!

Great buy
post #2802 of 3310

ok sorry for a bit of a noob question but i just got my bh2 and the battery isn't removable :confused_face(1): if anyone is curious i got mine from here 

http://www.shenzhenaudio.com/headphone-amplifiers/portable-headamp/c-c-bh2-portable-headphone-amplifier-battery-amp.html#product-tabs thanks for any replies

post #2803 of 3310
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ok sorry for a bit of a noob question but i just got my bh2 and the battery isn't removable :confused_face(1): if anyone is curious i got mine from here 

http://www.shenzhenaudio.com/headphone-amplifiers/portable-headamp/c-c-bh2-portable-headphone-amplifier-battery-amp.html#product-tabs thanks for any replies

 


By removable battery they mean it can be changed if required if you open the unit, where as the first BH battery was hard wired to the circuit board. BH2 means you're still required to open the unit, there has never been any battery cover or easy access  on any BH amps, I would fear not about changing the battery for a very long time, possibly longer then the amps life time. It will run for 80 hours a charge and easily be good for 500+ charges. Being able to change the battery is just a feature.  


Edited by H20Fidelity - 9/7/13 at 1:49am
post #2804 of 3310

thanks for the clarification H20 i was just a bit confused :redface: i got it a few days ago and since i'm on holidays i've listened to it a ton and i have to say that this little gem of an amp is amazing :)

post #2805 of 3310
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thanks for the clarification H20 i was just a bit confused :redface: i got it a few days ago and since i'm on holidays i've listened to it a ton and i have to say that this little gem of an amp is amazing :)

 


Try and charge the amp before it goes flat, let it drop half way then charge avoiding fill discharges, it takes less time and is healthier for your battery. Use the provided wall charger to do this over a PC USB port, it's much faster, some report the amp taking 10 hours to charge from dead flat via USB, where as using the adapter mines charged in about 2-3 hours.

Enjoy your amp, many others are too. 

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