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  1. earfonia
    Nice review! From the measurement, 70 dB SNR at output 108 mV, which will be around 73 dB with A weighting, usually hiss noise will be easily heard on IEM. So, I'm curious that in your test you didn't any noticeable hiss with IEMs. Anyway, it does look like a very interesting amp indeed!
    earfonia, Apr 9, 2017
  2. RuFrost
    Would be nice to see comparison with ALO V5,CDM or WA8 Eclipse
    RuFrost, Apr 9, 2017
  3. crabdog
    [user=150501]@earfonia[/user] thanks. In Sassy II case, the lower (70dB) SNR is mainly caused by the higher 2nd harmonics even though the amp inherent noise (hiss) is around -120dB. Maybe my IEMs or ears just aren't sensitive enough to notice it. Cheers.
    crabdog, Apr 10, 2017
  4. earfonia
    [user=443709]@crabdog[/user] Ok, that makes sense! Thanks!
    earfonia, Apr 10, 2017
  5. BloodyPenguin
    Wonderful Review!  Great work!
    BloodyPenguin, Apr 10, 2017
  6. crabdog
    [user=193679]@BloodyPenguin[/user] thanks very much.
    crabdog, Apr 10, 2017
  7. Sonic Defender
    Enjoyed the review, sounds like a great little amp.
    Sonic Defender, Apr 10, 2017
  8. crabdog
    [user=180560]@Sonic Defender[/user] thanks. It is an amazing little amp. Highly recommend you audition it if you get a chance.
    crabdog, Apr 11, 2017
  9. Sound Eq
    great review wonder how it compares to alo v5
    Sound Eq, Apr 11, 2017
  10. gr8soundz
    Are they also making a version 2 of their Phantasy amp?
    gr8soundz, Apr 16, 2017
  11. crabdog
    [user=400729]@gr8soundz[/user] I believe there will be but I think the next development will be a balanced portable headphone amp
    crabdog, Apr 16, 2017