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post #31 of 35

^ Me too. Already have the AK100, so I'm thinking of sending it in to get the S version.

post #32 of 35

What amp do you use with RWAK100-S?

 

I focused on 2 models,

 

1) UHA-6S mk ii 

2) JDS Labs C5

 

All I need is small and long life amp. Price range 350$ max.

post #33 of 35

hey folks,

 

just got myself an RWAK100-S and wondering if anyone can tell me more about amps to drive some IEMs (Stagediver SD2 and Dunu DN-1000) and that cost less than US$400 to pair with it for good synergy...

 

as the OP pointed out it looks like iQube is a winner and others have mentioned Vorzamp Pure II (although it's over my price range), can anyone suggest others that really bring out the sonic qualities of the RWAK100-S?

post #34 of 35

hi there!

 

I have acquired a RWAK100S used recently. Have been using it with an O2 ( ya very portable I know ;-) )...

am pretty pretty happy with the sound signature but there's seems to be some distortion on bassy tracks.

 

Did any RWAK100S face this issue? it is really annoying.... 

Anybody?

post #35 of 35

I have just bought a second hand RWAK100s from the UK.

It will be a couple of weeks away.

 

This will replace my RWA iMod iPod from Vinnie.

Have been listening with the iMod and a Meier Audio Stepdance amp I got last week.

Finding little things in my music I hadn't heard before.

Awesome to listen while driving!

 

So, have bought a Triad Audio L3 this week.

Wondering what small steps up this will do.

 

And then pair it with the RWAK100s?

 

Haven't even begun to think about Hi Res music...

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