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post #691 of 14696

Burson HA160DS though you might dismiss it immediately as it doesn't have a medley of inputs/outputs, as with most other amp/dac combos under $1000

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I don't have a chance to listen to US-exclusive products since I am located in Europe...

 

By the way, as I said several times, I am not interested in separate amp and DAC... I want all-in-one solution.

post #692 of 14696

Fairly obvious that RustA drank the koolaid and believes to his core that a dac and amp designed by some dude with a blog is a world beater because that same blogger says so /facepalm

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Originally Posted by RustA View Post

 

I don't have a chance to listen to US-exclusive products since I am located in Europe...

 

By the way, as I said several times, I am not interested in separate amp and DAC... I want all-in-one solution.

Bam. Done.  blink.gif

 

 

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post #694 of 14696

"What's there left to design? The O2 is audibly perfect. How can you build anything better than that?"

 

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Fairly obvious that RustA drank the koolaid and believes to his core that a dac and amp designed by some dude with a blog is a world beater because that same blogger says so /facepalm

post #695 of 14696
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Originally Posted by RustA View Post

 

I don't have a chance to listen to US-exclusive products since I am located in Europe...

 

By the way, as I said several times, I am not interested in separate amp and DAC... I want all-in-one solution.

If I got the money, I would just get the HDVD 800. It 's the oficial sennheiser amp+ dac, and you could get for once for all an idea of what kind of sound the sennheiser engineer got in mind.

And if someone tell you he has a better source, you could always tell him to shut up since it's the official sennheiser one, the one sennheiser think should be best with the hd800.

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If I got the money, I would just get the HDVD 800. It 's the oficial sennheiser amp+ dac, and you could get for once for all an idea of what kind of sound the sennheiser engineer got in mind.

And if someone tell you he has a better source, you could always tell him to shut up since it's the official sennheiser one, the one sennheiser think should be best with the hd800.

post #697 of 14696
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Originally Posted by Solude View Post

Fairly obvious that RustA drank the koolaid and believes to his core that a dac and amp designed by some dude with a blog is a world beater because that same blogger says so /facepalm

 

Did I say that, really?

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Bam. Done.  blink.gif

 

 

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Does not have enough inputs/outputs and is not supposed to perform better than what I have now... ,-)

post #699 of 14696

Yep.

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Originally Posted by RustA View Post

You're talking like I should be an expert on Audio GD stuff... "1704 chip version", LOL. If you have a look at their website, there are about 30 different versions with the same crappy look, that's all I have ever cared about until now. rolleyes.gif

Not sure where the Reference 10.32 looks like anything other that a well built, good looking tank. And of course I wouldn't expect you to be an AGD expert-since you fail to do your homework on anything audio related, it would seem. Also, the 1704 products are clearly categorized right on the front product page.


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Fairly obvious that RustA drank the koolaid and believes to his core that a dac and amp designed by some dude with a blog is a world beater because that same blogger says so /facepalm

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Originally Posted by Girls Generation View Post

"What's there left to design? The O2 is audibly perfect. How can you build anything better than that?"

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Yep. Simple measurement propoganda for this simple-minded sheep of the audio world-seems like it's working out well for him lol.

-Daniel
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Originally Posted by Solude View Post

Yep.

 

Prove or didn't happen.

post #702 of 14696
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Originally Posted by BournePerfect View Post


Not sure where the Reference 10.32 looks like anything other that a well built, good looking tank. And of course I wouldn't expect you to be an AGD expert-since you fail to do your homework on anything audio related, it would seem. Also, the 1704 products are clearly categorized right on the front product page.

Yep. Simple measurement propoganda for this simple-minded sheep of the audio world-seems like it's working out well for him lol.

-Daniel

Hey! He looked at the measurements, right...wink.gif

post #703 of 14696

I was under the impression that AGD stuff was well built?

post #704 of 14696
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Originally Posted by RustA View Post

 

I don¨t have to give you any explanations...

 

Enough said.

 

Maybe you could take all your experience and help out this guy http://www.head-fi.org/t/653834/why-do-hd800-headphones-sounded-weak-when-hook-up-to-an-ipod

 

The two of you would make a nice couple.

post #705 of 14696
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Originally Posted by Girls Generation View Post

Burson HA160DS though you might dismiss it immediately as it doesn't have a medley of inputs/outputs, as with most other amp/dac combos under $1000

 

I have heard HA160 and prefered O2... Thank you very much though.

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