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post #121 of 131
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hi all, I am truly enjoying my V3, with the exception of crackling noise in one side of my IEM. I understand this is part of the characteristic of a tube amp, but does it happen only on one side of the IEM? the other side is silent. I tried my other IEM, same observation of one side crackling softly behind the music, not affected by the volume and the other side-silent!


Funny enough, I too have noticed a faint crackling on the right only while using IEM. I thought it was my hearing was off on my left ear. Its so slight that I do not find it distracting.

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post #122 of 131
All I got to say is that I LOVE THIS LITTLE Amp! :-) pricey but well worth it imo
post #123 of 131
I want to love mine too, some how either I am more sensitive or the crackling is getting more pronounced in my left IEM. Maybe I gotten a lemon as the crackling was not in the shop demo unit or during the first few hours of listening.
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checking the voltage of the battery. allows me also to know how much capacity left of the battery. after full charging, battery reads12.7v, typical for a 3 cell Lipo battery in series. well actually should read 12.6, but the spec of the voltage sensing device is +/- 0.1v.
post #125 of 131

I'm really curious about the V3. I think I'd like its sound according to the reviews I've read.

It appears to pair well with momentums and HD650, but what about HD25? any experience?

As Momentums are on my watch list (I already own HD25), should I consider buying them now, and later go for a V3 as a main/portable amp to be fed by a HRT microstreamer or sansa clip+ for mainly late night listenings?Or could the v3 be a significant upgrade just for the HD25?

post #126 of 131

Do note Alo don't make them anymore.

post #127 of 131
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Do note Alo don't make them anymore.
and that's A shame cause its a great little amp IMO .a little expensive but you get what you pay for
post #128 of 131

Maybe they are working on a V4.

 

=)

post #129 of 131
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Maybe they are working on a V4.

=)
that would be good ..I don't or really wouldn't use it much but having a bass boost would have made this amp a real gem for sure..nothing really major but maybe a little bump up
post #130 of 131
I've found an european ALO distributor still selling the V3. Or at least it's still on their website.
That's why I was curious about pairing the V3 with my HD25s.
post #131 of 131
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Originally Posted by phobos04 View Post

I've found an european ALO distributor still selling the V3. Or at least it's still on their website.
That's why I was curious about pairing the V3 with my HD25s.
I've heard it paired with the momentums and they sound very good with them. .I didn't listen very long but did sound pretty good. I let the Guy who owns them and he said that it was better theB without the amp. .I would have liked to have listened longer with them. I've thought about a pair myself but there is others I'd like first :-)
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