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  1. nanu

    EarMen TR-Amp - Donald DAC - USB DAC - Preamp - Headphone Amp – Battery powered, ES9038Q2M, 400mW, 3700mA Battery, MQA rendering, SNR +128dB SNR A-Weighted (Discussion Thread Earmen)

    White Device is ON Green Connected / PCM Magenta MQA Cyan DSD Red (flashing) Battery is < 20% Blue (flashing) Charging
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    Cayin N3Pro DAP: Dual AK4493 and MQA with Vacuum Tube

    Not this one, it uses a Korg Nutube I am guessing
  3. nanu

    Cayin iHA-6 - US Tour and reviews

    That is normal, XLR is designed to operate at 4 to 6v while RCA uses around 2v, the final volume is matched to be the same.
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    Cayin iHA-6 - US Tour and reviews

    yes both 1/4" and 4-pin XLR can be used together to drive a total of 3 headphones at the same time.
  5. nanu

    Hifiman R2R2000 Red vs Cayin N6II vs Sony WM1A

    In my experience the Arya can be very choosy of what its plugged into. I would assume other characteristics of the Amp affect the sound to a larger extent than just the mW, for example the high current mode on the iHA6 sounded best with the Arya.
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    Hifiman R2R2000 Red vs Cayin N6II vs Sony WM1A

    I am surprised the Arya is doing well with the 500mW output of the r2r2k Red. Admittedly I have myself not tried the combination. I had a week long audition of the Arya out of a Cayin iHA6 over singe ended output, the OI on it was 10Ohms and it sounded terrible, vocals were thin and low end body...
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    Cayin iHA-6 - US Tour and reviews

    yes it has developed a fault in the BAL out, I need to send it out for repairs, but I'm sure this is just one of the very few such cases in an otherwise reliable track record.
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    2 more that I know of Headamp raysamuelsaudio
  9. nanu

    New Member Introductions thread

    Hi Everyone, Joined here after a decade of lurking, have been into audio since I started messing with dad's vintage tape decks when I was 12. My own collection started with a NuForce NE-7M IEM and soon after Grado SR-225 and Corda2Move. This was in 2005 I think, since then there has been no...