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DX220 A new view to your music. * Latest Firmware: June 18, 2019 OTA * Link for User Guide 1st Page. AMP9 Now available! And DC01.

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Paul - iBasso, Jan 23, 2019.
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  1. cycheang
    Hi Fokta,

    My listening volume on Mango OS is about 17 - 20 which is about double from you. With such a low volume, can you listen to micro details of the songs ? This beside the point.
    Not sure such a volume I listen to will affect my hearing.:L3000:
     
  2. fokta
    Hi... yes, I think u have the same set as me, right?

    IMO, plz find cable, that neutral and also good conductivity (not the same as low resistance) ex. like my cable now. (btw I am looking for another cable, this 130 is heavy said my neck)

    in a good pairing, even in low volume u will never loss a lot of detail even Dynamic...
    Off course the higher the volume, the better it gets... but u will get fatigue quickly...
    my listening session a day can be 8-10 hours...
    U crank the volume up, it worns u out also, so we can get tired because listening...

    my point, DX220 with the pairing I had right now, is so capable to listen in Low Volume and maintain the resolution, detail and dynamic needed (I say need yah, not want... if u want cranck it up)... And Brain burn in plus mind adjustment...
     
  3. ExpatinJapan
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    Cleaning house and music (main home system is upstairs)


    Finding old treasures - Head-fi Team Tokyo/Japan t-shirt

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  4. Whitigir
    That ain’t a treasure man, you would want Head-Pie t-shirt
     
  5. icefalkon
    Hmmm i just might try that!

    I love AC/DC! Must have seen them at least 5 tours!
     
  6. cycheang
    My Solaris is paired with iBasso CB13 2.5mm Balanced cable. My average listening per day is about 1 - 2 hours only. The volume I had right now for me is just about my acceptable level. Not too loud for me (this can be vary from each person and the cable that are using)
     
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  7. fokta
    u re right, even if we use the same gear, that's mean we listen the same...
     
  8. ExpatinJapan
    ‘You dare challenge me mortal!?’

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    :) :) :)
     
  9. CobraMan
    Smooth jazz by the violin playing wolverine if all else fails...

    Just sayin - it might work!

    Cheers,
    Tim
     
    Last edited: May 29, 2019
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  10. bahamot
    I actually like its closed in vocal sounding and the bass seems controlled with my IEM (tanchjim oxygen).
     
  11. artpiggo
    Tanchjim is a very good iem.
     
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  12. leftside
    Any particular amps you guys recommend using with Campfire Solaris or Focal Stellia?

    Solaris Technical Specifications
    • Frequency Response 5Hz–20 kHz.
    • Sensitivity 115dB.
    • Impedance 10 Ohms.
    • THD Less than 1%.
    Focal Stellia Technical Specifications
    • Frequency Response 5Hz–40kHz.
    • Sensitivity 106dB.
    • Impedance 35 Ohms.
    • THD 0.1% @ 1kHz / 100 dB SP
     
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  13. artpiggo
    Need to wait for amp9 to launch first. I think nutube amp would be a perfect match with those dynamic driver.
     
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  14. jamato8 Contributor
    I want the AMP9! The glow of little sorta, tubes. lol Then the tube rolling begins, oh, never mind. lol Should be great.

    I use the Stellia balanced with either the stock amp or AMP8. Great sound. I love the sound of the Ether II also, excellent balanced.
     
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  15. fokta
    Just wondering, why u need amp? any Sound Sig u after?
     
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