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Yes, Iove it...
Updated via OTA and happy to report, all is good and smooth so far!
Yes it works . I did Ota too
Any fix for noise from the wireless in this update?
Oh you got a nice blue for the screwdriver
Give it time to burn in and you'll love it even more
Cayin will debut E01 at Guangzhou High End Audio Visual show on 6-8 December 2019, so please stay tune for that. E01 will be available to market sooner after that, most likely within December 2019. With a bit of luck, some N6ii users might be able to open box E01 before Christmas.
Oh my sweet music to my ears!
which pcm filter are you guys using ? do you notice differences ?
Very thanks for answer, a little time and we have more information, sweet to my ears too.
I have heard Anole Vx with N8 in several occasion but never tried it with N6ii, I am not 100% sure if T01 is a better match then A01 with Vx, but I am quite sure T01 won't sound too bright with Vx even on the standard (all-off) tuning.
For those who are unfamiliar with Anole VX comes with 3 switches that allows you to tweak the tuning of the high, mid and low frequency of the in-ear monitor.
Very well said, this is spot on.
Theoretically this might vary among different Audio Motherboards because the line out design rest within each module, but since the line out design of A01 and T01 are basically the same, so this suggestion is applicable to the N6ii in general for the moment.
Take a look at the Functional diagram of A01 Audio Motherboard (available HERE)
The 3.5mm line out is a dedicated circuit from LPF (it is NOT a direct output from DAC) while the 4.4mm line out is a shared output that go through the headphone amplifier circuit.
You can also check out the line out specification of A01 Audio Motherboard:
The 3.5mm LO is rated at 10 kOhm while the 4.4mm line out is only rated at 600 ohm. If you were connected the N6ii to a desktop amplifier, the input impedance will most likely be 10 kOhm or above, that's why we described the 3.5mm LO of N6ii as desktop grade line out but we didn't mention that with the 4.4mm LO.
Give it 50 hrs of burn in.
When you said you need a tube headphone amp, do you mean something like this?