Sold: Dethonray Honey - $515 shipped and PayPal'ed
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Hello. I have here an early Dethonray Honey H1 with firmware V3.3, the latest iteration that also retains single ended output. This units works the same as the day I received it, and it sounds great. Reason for selling is downsizing my rig. Please ask any questions you might have. More pictures upon request. The unit is in very good shape, I'll give it a good wipe down before I send it and you'll hardly notice it's used.

Price includes shipping to continental United States and PayPal fees. For international shipping pls contact me.






I will include a DDhifi USB C to USB C cable. It is bent on one side but still works perfectly. The USB C to Lightning cable is in perfect condition. Also it came with a toslink adapter so I'll leave that in the bag.

Listed by: khbaur330162 (14)
Listed: 2022-03-23
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Headphoneus Supremus
Can you explain a bit, this iteration has single ended output and newest one does not?
 

khbaur330162

Headphoneus Supremus
Can you explain a bit, this iteration has single ended output and newest one does not?
Not sure I know what you mean. I'm unaware of any "new version" of this unit. AFAIK, there is "Ultraman" firmware which disables the single ended output. If your phone volume is set to max, and the Honey H1 volume is set to max on high gain, the single ended amplifier cuts out as if it's protecting itself from overvoltage. The balanced output does not do this. In fact, Ultraman firmware INCREASES balanced output voltage swing at the expense of single ended operation altogether. There is also an IEM firmware which decreases voltage and increases volume control. AFAIK, these are the only difference between units, basically what firmware you are running.

Sorry I could not be of more help if in fact there is a "balanced only" version of the Honey H1.
 

Baten

Headphoneus Supremus
Not sure I know what you mean. I'm unaware of any "new version" of this unit. AFAIK, there is "Ultraman" firmware which disables the single ended output. If your phone volume is set to max, and the Honey H1 volume is set to max on high gain, the single ended amplifier cuts out as if it's protecting itself from overvoltage. The balanced output does not do this. In fact, Ultraman firmware INCREASES balanced output voltage swing at the expense of single ended operation altogether. There is also an IEM firmware which decreases voltage and increases volume control. AFAIK, these are the only difference between units, basically what firmware you are running.

Sorry I could not be of more help if in fact there is a "balanced only" version of the Honey H1.

Clear! Thanks
 
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