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post #211 of 399

The low gain on my 627x is weak , is it normal ? the amp is paired with my Ibasso DX50 , the headphone : Denon AH-D7100

post #212 of 399
I easily pair my original 627 with the HD800 at low gain, normal listening at 6 o'clock volume knob. I don't think the D7100 are more difficult to drive.
post #213 of 399
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Originally Posted by PCWar View Post

I easily pair my original 627 with the HD800 at low gain, normal listening at 6 o'clock volume knob. I don't think the D7100 are more difficult to drive.


What is your player ? I think that come to my DX50 .

post #214 of 399

It's the DX50 , on my Hifiman HM801 , that's totally different in low gain setting ,volume knob at 4 .5 o'clock ;the sound is very loud .

post #215 of 399
I use it with a Dacport LX that by default is set at max volume (no vol control)
post #216 of 399

you should set the volume of the DX50 to 245~255 when using the LO ;)

post #217 of 399

I doubt now that the LO of the DX50 is not a true LO , because the internal amp can control it .

post #218 of 399
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Originally Posted by ph58 View Post
 

I doubt now that the LO of the DX50 is not a true LO , because the internal amp can control it .

it's no doubt a LO. The output control is controlled by the DAC

 

the explanation is found at the DX50 thread, The level control is good IMO, I pair my 627 to the DX100. If I set the LO to 255 it gets too loud even adjusting the 627 as fine as I can. so you can get finer control, which is good for IEMs. 

 

I believe the sweet spot of the 627 is at 10-11 o'clock, so I just adjust the LO output of the DX100. Same case with the DX50.

 

*don't worry lowering the LO, it is bit-perfect at any level :) 

post #219 of 399

OK , thank's xnuthecaveman , the more i listen to this amp , the more ilke it , it have a huge, incredible soundstage , love it !:darthsmile:

post #220 of 399

I am searching (where to buy) for rubber bands that is enough large to attach the 627x on my DX50 or Hifiman HM801 , thanks in advance .

post #221 of 399
I suggest to use 3M dual lock, either low profile, or the standard one if you plan to use microsd to sd converter to allow the use of 128gb Sd cards wink.gif

By the way, can you post pictures of your DX50 / 627x rig?_:)
post #222 of 399
OK thanks for the 3m dual lock. , i don't have pictures of my DX50 , but you can have a lot from the net .
post #223 of 399
Did anyone see that a Portaphile 627 micro was coming out? A 627 in a smaller casing. Has it been mentioned on the thread?
post #224 of 399
Besides, anyone compare the 627 to the Vorzamp Pure II?
post #225 of 399
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Originally Posted by Mimouille View Post

Did anyone see that a Portaphile 627 micro was coming out? A 627 in a smaller casing. Has it been mentioned on the thread?

Not in this but I did mention it in the other thread. I am still uncertain would the reduction in size mean a compromise in sound? A smaller 627 is truly welcome and the battery hour is just long enough for my trip to and from work but on the other hand the old 627 is not that much larger.

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