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You mean the M-Dac is better overall but the R2R 11 is more analog like so it might suit better someone's preference?
My system is very flat and transparent BTW.
No, what i mean't was the Master-7 has a clear edge over the m-dac. The r2r-11 is closer to it than the m-dac.
You mean the new limited edition one?
It should be available in France next week, but only very few units (announced 100 units worldwide...)
New R-28 announced. Impressions thread here: https://www.head-fi.org/threads/audio-gd-r-28-impressions-thread.882043/
Received my NFB-11.38!
I'm so not used to desktop dac/amp. By turning the volume dial just a little, its already quite loud. I can't even reach the 10-2 sweet spot!
What headphones are you using? Also what source are you feeding it with?
I'm using the Meze 99 Classics. According to the site, it says:
"Sensitivity: 103dB at 1KHz, 1mW".
"Impedance: 32 Ohm".
Received my Massdrop plus not long ago, going to test it out soon.
Edit: Forgot to add. Via USB to my desktop. Running Foobar and 192 kHz Flacs.
Yeah - that's pretty sensitive. Maybe you can turn down the source volume? (like if you are feeding it from a PC, for example). Anyway - congratulations on the purchase! I thought about ordering one, but I've been buying too much stuff over the last month, so I'll have to pass on this. I'm quite happy with my R2R-11 though!
WHY have I not thought about that!?!?!
I'm such an idiot!
Update: Set the volume to 5% on my Foobar. Now I'm able to turn the dial to 10 o'clock. YES!
Update 2: So something chimed on my desktop. Its still at 100% loudness. Now my eardrums are blown off.
I think what you want to do is leave the Foobar volume at full and turn down the overall Windows volume (or whatever operating system you are using). I believe that when I first installed the Amanero drivers, the volume was set to 100 in Windows. I normally run it at around 70-80.
Run via asio and bypass windows mixer volume.
It doesn't do anything when I adjusted the Amanero sliders in Windows. (Windows 10 Ultimate).
I'll figure that out!
L or H gain?
The Meze are so sensitive. Not surprised.