Just a note to encourage owners to try the tuning dots. It's a very easy way to "roll" your headphone to get the best synergy with your gear and ear, and it's easy to try.
My experience is there's a clear difference created by the interaction between DACs, amps, cables and headphones and the dots can really make a material change by optimizing synergy with your system. Too bright, add 1 or 2 dots, too dark, take them out.
As a sonic benchmark, I am tuning Alpha Primes using a Cavalli Liquid Crimson with a Schitt Gungnir DAC. It's not a bright setup, very neutral to possibly a little dark, and most headphones are coming out with 0 or 1 dot per side.
While a number of our customers have summit-gear many others have portable systems or simply brighter gear, so spending a little time to optimize may really pay off in optimizing your system.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.
Ah. Now I know my endgame set-up. And I'm not kidding- I've had both of these on my radar. Well, maybe the Schiit Yggy instead of the Gungnir.