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Advice on tube amps

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Hi all
Does anyone know if this http://www.amazon.com/BRAVO-AUDIO-DELUXE-DRIVEN-HEADPHONE/dp/B008ZKUAOI/ref=sr_1_126?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1357065928&sr=1-126 is any good? If its crap is there any alternatives in this price range? I use akg k272 hd if that means anything. I pretty new to this and imagine this question comes up alot, i dont want a massive amp, i have one of those, just a smallish one to have in the bedroom smily_headphones1.gif
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Ive seen those. Ive also seen all the kits for basically the same amp, they have a few different variations, on ebay. Ive been curious about the same thing because id love to get into a tube amp at some point without spending a ton of money. I mean on the surface how can it its so cheap, but them again Fiio manages to make pretty good solid state amps for little dollars and everyone seems to love them. I mean there isn't a ton to some of these things components wise. 

post #3 of 5

For a smallish quality tube headphone amp, you really can't go wrong with the Maverick Audio stuff.  I love my A1.

post #4 of 5

I'm sure you cant, but they area also a heck of a lot more then 80 bucks. Ebay is littered with these Chinese tube amps and I think you can find them as low as about 50 bucks. Basically the same design. 

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Check out the Bravo and other threads on this forum. Lots of info on these mini amps in there ;)

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