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    Little Dot Mkiii Newbie Help

    I saw your original post and was wondering what the solution was?   I'm also a Little Dot MK III newbie, and am just curious what you ran into.
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    Decent Amp for DT990/600 on a budget.

    I've been in a similar predicament myself, and I just made my choice:   I decided to go with a Little Dot MK III to pair with my new DT 880 (600 Ohms). I've only had the amp for a few days and am in the middle of burning everything in for the first time, but it sounds better and better every...
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    Best DAC < $400 (for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III)

    Quote: Thanks, I had been looking into the HRT Streamer 2+ and I hear its performance is great. Not necessarily a bad thing as I really just want digital to analog conversion, but it does lack many of the features and inputs that I would find useful on other DACs. Quote: This...
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    Quality DAC for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III (< $450)

    Quote:   I'll tell you once my mkIII arrives. I've been staring at the 880s in a box on my desk for the last 3 weeks while I decided on an amp to properly drive them. It's currently en-route from Hong Kong, so I'll hopefully have some feedback for you sometime next week.     Still...
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    Quality DAC for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III (< $450)

    Quote: Can anyone with this combination (DacMagic & DT 880) comment on the sound? I would like to avoid any harshness in the treble area, but this claim was not something I personally had come across in my reading about the DacMagic and DT880.   Still open to purchase suggestions.  
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    Best DAC < $400 (for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III)

    I'm definitely not opposed to a good DAC / Amp combo as long as the quality of the DAC does not suffer from the included cost of the amp. In my OP, I was considering the Zero Dac and uDac2 which have a built in headphone amp. It would be neat to do some A/B testing of the included SS amps vs my...
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    Best DAC < $400 (for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III)

    Friendly Bump.   I think I've narrowed my choices to the Little Dot DAC_I, Cambridge Audio DacMagic, and the Music Fidelity V-DAC II, pending any other suggestions. Any thoughts on that matchup from owners?   Another Head-Fi'er posted this elsewhere: Quote:   Can anyone comment...
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    Quality DAC for DT 880 and Little Dot MK III (< $450)

      I recently bought a pair of DT 880 (600Ohm) headphones and a LittleDot MK III tube amp to go with them, and I was looking for a nice DAC to complete my setup. Any suggestions?   I'm a relatively new audiophile and although I've been doing research for a few months, I haven't picked a...
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    Just bought DT 880 32Ohm for $299, I love them...should I return them?

    I've been reading head-fi over the past few months while shopping for my first part of audiophile headphones. There really is a lot of great information on this site (mostly in the forums) that eventually led me to 3 choices. I decided to pull the trigger on 3 of them at Amazon for comparison...
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    DT880 (32 vs 250 Ohm) for work and practicing guitar via guitar amp

    I'm going to try them out with one of the lower wattage practice amps that you recommended. I have a 15 watt vox tube amp that I plan to plug the 32 Ohm DT 880's into. As long as I can't overdrive these headphones with the guitar amp I'm starting to think that the 32 Ohm version is probably the...
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    DT880 (32 vs 250 Ohm) for work and practicing guitar via guitar amp

    If nothing else I'm mainly concerned about damaging the 32 OHM headphones if I plug them directly into my guitar amp when I play. Does anyone know if the 250 OHM model would be better suited for this use?
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