Originally Posted by BeBop Lives
Why spend all that $$ (twice the price, not twice the sound) when BH2 is a wonderful pairing with the DX50
True, do you know the exact output impedance, for the lowest setting that is?
Originally Posted by rookie2009
European sellers are few and far between :) Advancedmp3 in the UK have it listed on their site at a preorder cost of 199£ sterling but don't know when it will arrive in stock,Mp4audio in Germany sell for a tasty fee of 299euros.. I cancellled my order with Ibasso and placed an order with Headphoniaks in Spain for 210euros,works out a small bit more than buying direct from Ibasso but when in the EU I would nearly rather pay a small bit extra knowing you wont get stung by customs charges when its imported into your country...
Another reason I preferred an EU seller is that if anything did go wrong with the dap,I could just send it to them and have it replaced,refunded etc..
Hope this helps...
Thanks, but I already have the DX50. That spanish store is interesting though, I see they also sell JDS products. I am somewhat interested in the C5. But people claim it's warm sounding.
Originally Posted by reginalb
The problem is that input and output impedance aren't really just one number, they're a curve. BAs are also more likely to feel affects of too high an impedance. Marley, your iems probably have a specific frequency at which their input impedance is lower, and that's the problem. Unfortunately, I have heard that the same is the case with the UM Merlins that I have on order.
That probably is a part of the problem yes, however, I do not feel like there's something wrong with the frequency response. It's mainly the lack of imaging/seperation and soundstage, and thus clarity.