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How well is this amp compared to the Fiio E11K and the latest JDS Labs CMOYBB?
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Originally Posted by FiJAAS View Post

How well is this amp compared to the Fiio E11K and the latest JDS Labs CMOYBB?
http://www.head-fi.org/t/596482/the-sub-100-portable-amps-shootout-11-1-amps-compared
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The 11K is not listed, but that's a great resource nonetheless.

How are you liking the Zens off of the bh2?
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Well, actually, but I like HiFime DIY U2, but this is personal preference.
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Originally Posted by golov17 View Post

Well, actually, but I like HiFime DIY U2, but this is personal preference.

Interesting! I have the u2, but haven't listened to the zens directly off of it. I must try that! I am also looming forward to how they sound off of the cayin c5.
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I Recommended, a great synergy. Imho.
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by waynes world View Post

Interesting! I have the u2, but haven't listened to the zens directly off of it. I must try that! I am also looming forward to how they sound off of the cayin c5.

Cayin C5 is a more competent amp over BH. (quite a bit more). While it leans warm, thick, smooth it does so while retaining lots of detail. Great for something like ER4S to add some body and thickness. Kind of gives BH a bit of flogging actually. tongue.gif

The old C&C brought us good times though and for those fans of the 'LF' switch, or cheat switch as we used to call it, it was lots of fun.

80 hours a charge! wink.gif

Now, if C&C would announce something new we may head back into the company's products.
Edited by H20Fidelity - 4/14/15 at 9:27am
post #3323 of 3329
C & C BH2 + VE ZEN 320 Ohm 108 dB, the test of autonomy: LINE OUT 1, BASS ON, comfortable volume, a little higher, exactly 80 hours, can someone interesting.
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Just received mine in the mail today, and I have to say it's an impressive little amp , a lot smaller than I expected.
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wink.gif Yes, it's really small, and it holds 80 hours. Congratulations! smily_headphones1.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Thanks, my portable setup now includes the C&C BH2, hidizs ap100 & Beyerdynamic T51i, a great combination.

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As far as new still waiting for the X02 replacement model to rear it's head up sometime soon. I mean they have to get something on the go sooner or later, unless they are still riding on the sales swarm from this thread :)

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I have had the C&C bk version for a long time and now that I think of it I have never had to recharge it. I have recently paired it with my Fiio x1 and Hifiman re-600 iems. I have a LOT of more expensive Dac's, daps, amps and especially head phones and too many IEMs to count, at all price levels. This Fiio/C&C/Hifiman combo has become my go to setup. One can listen for hours and the size of the C&C is a perfect complement to the X1.

 

Now I have the urge to buy either a new X3 or X5 gen 2 DAP, but fear that i can't do better than what I have in the Fiio/C&C combo.You headfiers know the dilemma. THOUGHTS?

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good question ... 😯
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