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FiiO Q5, Flagship DAC/Amp, an Dual DAC, USB/Optical/Coaxial/Line in, share the same amp module with X7.

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by jamesfiio, Jun 21, 2015.
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  1. leobigfield
    JP - "Juice Pack"
    IMA - "Interchangeable Modular Amplifier"
    A.M.P. - "Amplifier Module Pack"
  2. Shawn71
    Soooo matching and still retains "AMP"......[​IMG]
  3. nmatheis Contributor

    Don't use that unless you want to get sued by Mophie!
  4. leobigfield
    Didn't know that one! [​IMG]
  5. WayneWoondirts
    simply champs (changeable amplifiers)
  6. x RELIC x Contributor
    CH • AMPS
  7. HiFiChris Contributor
    VAMP (versatile amplifier module pack) wouldn't sound bad imo.
  8. ClieOS Contributor
    V-Moda already used that name in the past.
  9. Vartan
    Lamp :)
  10. Dobrescu George
    M-amps - mini amps. 
    LPB - little power bricks
    µAMP- micro amps
    µmap - micro modular amp packs
    mbop - magic box of power
    pet - portable energy transformators
    plp - portable line power
    AS - amping solution
    PAS - portable amping solution
    sas - small amping solution
    Xpsz - xtra power small size
    cfom - continous flow of music
    upha - ultra portable headphone amplifiers
    [​IMG]Amp - Radical amps
    Amp² - Squared amp
  11. Hal Rockwell
  12. Koolpep

    V-Moda has used that already with their VAMP VERZA, sorry....
  13. Hal Rockwell
    The first version of Behringer's VAMP was released before V-Moda brand was even conceived.
  14. maikuirock
    Im glad you're going with an Analog volume pot! Using the V2 and will be the same for the V2+, they make the source the volume control (Computer and Phone respectively). With this the increases are in set incremements which doesnt give you full control of volume and the number of steps is limited to the number your source can increase.

    I hope your IEM module matches or even betters your E12a. Its great! Using the C5 DAC/Amp maybe 32 at 300 (low) was too loud for IEM and produced hiss and often clipping. When going back to the E12a there was beautiful silence. :)
  15. Koolpep

    Even more of a reason not to use it. Though I like the word.

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