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Woo Audio WA6 vs Burson HA-160 for HD 600

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Hi, been lurking on head-fi for a long time and I intend to get a pair of Sennheiser HD 600 cans but remain undecided on which amp I should use. Both the wa6 and HA-160 are around the same price range and both seem well received. However, I intend to upgrade to the Audeze lcd-2 in the (not so near) future and I would prefer not to change my amp. So my question is which amp is more suitable for both headphones? Or should I get 1 of them for HD 600 (in which case which would you recommend) then when I upgrade to lcd-2, upgrade my amp as well? 

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neither, get Burson Soloist SL or Soloist.

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Planning a headphone set up with the intention of upgrading in the near future.

audiophiles~ wink_face.gif

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neither, get Burson Soloist SL or Soloist.

Ah yes I totally forgot that could power planar magnetic headphones. Thanks! However, could you recommend a tube amp as well? I rather like warm sounding headphones and well since the HD 600 is rather neutral, I would like a warm amp to accompany it
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