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Originally Posted by Gintaras View Post

H20, stunning image quality, how do you do this perfectly white background? perfect product photo.

Thanks. :-)

I use a light tent and aperture mode on my camera to allow more light into the lens which gets it close, then tweak the exposure on photoshop, finally cleaning up a majority of shadow with a white brush.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 12/17/13 at 2:16pm
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wow, that's quite some effort you put in photos, i really love the result, wish i had patience to learn this technique too. keep them (photos) coming mate smily_headphones1.gif
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What are you pairing your BH amp with Don?
 

 

 

Actually I´ve been just messing around with the amp and my DAPs (Clip, Clip+ Cowon iAudio 7, iPod Touch, iPod Classic and iBasso DX50) with some of my cans (Beyerdynamic DT770, 880, Sennheiser HD650) I haven´t had the time to do the same with some other stuff I got (ATH-m50 this should be a nice match, akg k450, Triple Fi 10, GR07 BE, Shure SE215, etc)

 

I just want to test it and find some matching rigs, so far it has been interesting but cann´t get any final thoughts I need more time

 

By the way, I like your pictures and the time and effort you put on to this thread (and the discovery thread), thanks to you I got new stuff that I really like, keep them comming

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Originally Posted by Don Lehrer View Post


Actually I´ve been just messing around with the amp and my DAPs (Clip, Clip+ Cowon iAudio 7, iPod Touch, iPod Classic and iBasso DX50) with some of my cans (Beyerdynamic DT770, 880, Sennheiser HD650) I haven´t had the time to do the same with some other stuff I got (ATH-m50 this should be a nice match, akg k450, Triple Fi 10, GR07 BE, Shure SE215, etc)

I just want to test it and find some matching rigs, so far it has been interesting but cann´t get any final thoughts I need more time

By the way, I like your pictures and the time and effort you put on to this thread (and the discovery thread), thanks to you I got new stuff that I really like, keep them comming

Members report really good results with M50, youre in for a sure thing there, it seems you have some mix and matching to keep you busy!

Thanks, I'll keep them coming! :-)
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I had to regretfully return my C&C BH2, I had not used it in a week or so and went to turn it on and nothing. So I charged it for a few hours and still it would not work, after a few times of turning it off and on it did work. I can not have that kind of reliability so back it goes. I did however really enjoy the sound and separation of this little beast, if it were not for that issue it would still be part of my arsenal.
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Never had that problem in nearly a year of owning mine. Mine holds charge for weeks if not in use. I have heard members mention the amp not turning on after a charge on rare occasions but in their cases one single flick on/off boots it up. So rather strange, considering how many BH owners.
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Never had that problem in nearly a year of owning mine. Mine holds charge for weeks if not in use. I have heard members mention the amp not turning on after a charge on rare occasions but in their cases one single flick on/off boots it up. So rather strange, considering how many BH owners.
I agree with you totally, I thought it was strange as well. I will get another one, as there is nothing comparable in that price range.
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E12 or BH for my R-50's? I feel the E12 is overkill in the power department but I kind of want to be open ended. Opinions? 

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I think BH will be a better match for R-50s if you are using it with etymotic triple flanges but it can be piercing with LF on if you are very sensitive to treble.


Edited by ozkan - 12/30/13 at 9:53pm
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If you're using an adapter, yes. I found the BH to have too high gain for my taste. The volume pot has some imbalance on lower volumes and the R-50 is pretty sensitive.
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Where would you usually set the BH with an IEM with similar sensitivity to the R-50 in terms of the volume pot?

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Barely over the imbalance region. Hmm. Don't have the R-50 anymore and I don't use my BH because of the imbalance. But if you have an impedance adapter it's fine. Or if you just like listening to music a bit louder.
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Any other suggestions besides the BH?

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Although I've heard one other member mentioning channel imbalance my unit is very well behaved, so it seems like a patch problem or individual cases. Mine will go almost to dead silent and only at the very end, I'm speaking minute amount of imbalance just at the end. I can listen laying down at 3am in the morning at super low levels without any problems.

So what's true for some is not the case for others. Following the thread since I started it the reports of this unacceptable imbalance a fairly absent. Only two members I can recall going of memory. My ihifi 760 unit however does have a rather obvious Imbalance problem, I. Often wonder if another unit would behave the same.
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Originally Posted by H20Fidelity View Post

Although I've heard one other member mentioning channel imbalance my unit is very well behaved, so it seems like a patch problem or individual cases. Mine will go almost to dead silent and only at the very end, I'm speaking minute amount of imbalance just at the end. I can listen laying down at 3am in the morning at super low levels without any problems.

So what's true for some is not the case for others. Following the thread since I started it the reports of this unacceptable imbalance a fairly absent. Only two members I can recall going of memory. My ihifi 760 unit however does have a rather obvious Imbalance problem, I. Often wonder if another unit would behave the same.
i have to say, the bh works perfectly. mine and my friends bh perform the exact same even at super low volume I've never ever experienced ANY issues.

But if your headphones hardly require any power and you can't turn up the amp past 2% and your mad because the channels are imbalanced then why are you using an amp at all??? Seems a bit of a waste and you can't even use the potential of the amplifier
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