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Headphone impedance lower than Amp impedance range?

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Hey,

 

I was thinking about buying Amp (Fiio E10) for my Logitech UE 600's (IEM).

Fiio has 16ohm ~ 300ohm headphone impedance range but my UE 600's have 13ohm impedance. Will this cause problems?

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I was thinking about buying Amp (Fiio E10) for my Logitech UE 600's (IEM).

Fiio has 16ohm ~ 300ohm headphone impedance range but my UE 600's have 13ohm impedance. Will this cause problems?

The Fiio E10s headphone can work with headphones 16-Ohm to 300-Ohm, but the E10s output impedance is around 1-Ohm, so 13-Ohm headphones should work fine.

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Hi all, I just want some clarification on this too. I have just ordered the Beyerdynamic DTX 101 iE which has an impedance of 12 ohms, and was wondering I could use it with my amp, which is the FiiO E17, which also has an impedance range of 16 - 300 ohms. Would it be okay to use it with this amp? Would there be any issues?

 

I'm also interested in getting the FiiO E02i to use with these IEMs.

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