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post #3166 of 3408
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Originally Posted by MUSICCURE View Post

I've been having a great time with my c&c bh and X1 combo. I'm hearing detail and soundstage depth that I've never heard before. I just got the DX50 and will soon try this triple combo.

 

 

C&C BH with the X1 is a fantastic pairing.  OP2 > SF >HI is my winning combination so far. 

post #3167 of 3408
Thread Starter 

I miss this little amp sometimes, I miss the soundstage and clarity it has, and the run times.... and the size..... :( I wish for C&C to bring out something new like C&C BH3 or an upgrade model for us. Surely with all the BH amps sold they should see interest in developing  another amp in the near future. Still remains one of the best $100 I spent in this hobby.

post #3168 of 3408

Enjoying some bollywood music on the c&cbh2 + nexus 5 + hd25-1II :D

 

I love this amp! cant thank h20 enough for the recomendation :)

 

post #3169 of 3408
What does a blinking red light mean when charging? its a fairly slow blink, about once per second

Also, does an Engligh translation of the user manual exist? I know there's not much to it, but I'd still be interested to see it
post #3170 of 3408

It stops blinking when it's fully charged. Not sure about the manual.

post #3171 of 3408
Mine red indicator don't blink when charging. It also takes forever to charge. Have left it to charge overnight and the red light is still on and doesn't dissappear. Does it turn the light indicator from red to green once fully charged or will the indicator be switch off. Thanks.
post #3172 of 3408
Thread Starter 

There was an online manual somewhere around, (it's posted here somewhere) it doesn't say anything I recall regarding the battery light blinking. I know with my original (BH) the light would stay solid red for charging then go out when charged. Never blinking, (not sure how BH2 charges) There's a small chance a blinking light could indicate a faulty battery but please don't worry just yet. The best thing to do in this situation is contact bigbargainonline on ebay who seem to have connection with C&C, shoot them a msg and ask why the light is blinking.

For those having long charge times, USB (laptop etc) charging takes forever. Mine would be done in 2-3 hours using a 5V 1amp USB wall adapter. Always try to charge the amp from a wall adapter not laptop or PC. And another thing I remember from the manual was try to charge your amp when it reaches about 1/2 full rather than let it go flat all the time. 

I used to charge mine once every 4 weeks or so of casual use.


Edited by H20Fidelity - 3/28/14 at 6:54pm
post #3173 of 3408

When you drain the battery it does take time to re-charge......Can be many hours overnight. However, it lasts for a long long time of continued use.  Not to worry.....Enjoy!

post #3174 of 3408
Thanks for the inputs guys. I always charge from a wall adapter but I always needs to unplug it before the red light goes off so as to use it. Is 12 hours a long time to fully charge it. My red light indicator didn't goes off even with that many hours on it. Thanks.
post #3175 of 3408
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Originally Posted by Leo888 View Post

Thanks for the inputs guys. I always charge from a wall adapter but I always needs to unplug it before the red light goes off so as to use it. Is 12 hours a long time to fully charge it. My red light indicator didn't goes off even with that many hours on it. Thanks.


Mine does the same thing buts it is charge.

After about four days of use is the only time i really charge it for 12 hours.

post #3176 of 3408
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Mine does the same thing buts it is charge.
After about four days of use is the only time i really charge it for 12 hours.

Ok solblack, thanks for the feedback. So long it's charged, it's good.
post #3177 of 3408

Anyone know the input impedance of the BH?

post #3178 of 3408
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Originally Posted by canikickit1 View Post
 

Anyone know the input impedance of the BH?

If you mean output impedance, one output is 0.1Ω  and the other 100Ω.

post #3179 of 3408
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Originally Posted by Leo888 View Post

Thanks for the inputs guys. I always charge from a wall adapter but I always needs to unplug it before the red light goes off so as to use it. Is 12 hours a long time to fully charge it. My red light indicator didn't goes off even with that many hours on it. Thanks.

I kept charging overnight too and the light indicator is always red. Anyone tried to charge till it turns blue? how long does it take?

post #3180 of 3408
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Originally Posted by 7cents View Post
 

I kept charging overnight too and the light indicator is always red. Anyone tried to charge till it turns blue? how long does it take?

Mine just shuts off.

The little sucker is like a tank it push my DX50 and ATH900x.

The combo together is very musical.

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