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It doesn't get much better then this

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Pros: Sound signature smoth fatigue free sound while still remaining fairly detailed, Fully modular design

Cons: Not overly flashy the build doesn't really match the price, Bass doesn't extend overly low, Standard cable should be better

In my humble opinion the Sennheiser HD600 is by far one of the best sounding dynamic headphones on the market period hopefully you'll agree with me at the end of this review. Specifications   Frequency response (headphones) 12 - 39000 Hz Sound pressure level (SPL) 97 dB at 1 mW THD, total harmonic distortion 0,1 % Contact pressure ca. 2,5 N Ear coupling circumaural Jack plug 3,5/6,3 mm stereo Cable length 3 m Transducer principle open, dynamic Nominal impedance 300 Ω Weight w/o cable 260 g Nothing really much to see here other then the fact this is a very...
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An extremely versitle transformer coupled tube amp.

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Pros: Can drive a wide range of headphones low and high impedance cans and even IEMS (lack of noise) Excellent build quality, Looks, Tube Rolling

Cons: Price to performance ratio not the best. Rectifier upgrade is a must to get absolute best performance which adds to the initial cost.

The Woo Audio 6 is a transformer coupled tube amp that is extremely versatile and can pretty much drive pretty much anything you throw at it. It has a quiet enough background to drive IEMS and low impedance cans with no to minimal noise and high impedance cans such as the ones from Sennheiser and Beyerdynamic. It also can drive orthos although power may be lacking as it only outputs a maximum of 500mw with the stock 6de7 drive tubes. Although not ideal you should be fine driving the new modern more efficient orthodynamic headphones such as from Audeze although keep away from overly inefficient orthos He-6 He-500. Warm sound not rolled off in the slightest however smoother then your...
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