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I think you can find some impressions of the discrete card over the HM901 thread(s).
. OK thanks , talking about difference about SQ between the 650 and the 802 , i have ask the question to Hifiman , the reply is : not much because they share the same dual Wolfson Dac . I think that the 802 will be cannibalise by the 650 .
To me yes, the discrete card has better extension on both ends w better vocals too. It is a bit more powerful than the balanced card even in balanced setting. But some users prefer the balanced card.
. Thanks , i have made an announcement to buy this discrete card in the for sale trade forum , bu if you know someone who want to sale his discrete or balanced card , please let me know , my HM 650 has been shipped this morning .
Anyone know if the HM-650 has the same filter switch (HD/Vintage) as on the HM-802?
NVM - saw the images and it appears it does. I agree that this may cannibalize the HM-802 sales.
does it have any eq, if not which hifiman has eq, does it need an extra amp to drive lcd2 rev2
as for sound i looking for warm, rich full detailed sound sig with great bass
I received mine today and yes, it has the HD/Vintage switch. The back cover fits much more tightly than the back on my HM-901.
Hy , everyone , does the hm650 come with a screen protector pre installed ? Thanks
whats the hd/vintage switch
"Another great feature of the HM-901 is the HD and Vintage switch, which alters the DAC frequency response. HD means high definition, and there is less roll-off in the high frequencies. It's a more modern sonic signature. Vintage gives you 3 db roll-off at 20 kHz to mimic the softer sonic signature you get from classic hi-fi gear."
I don't hear any difference between the HD And Vintage switch , perhaps that's a function only available on the HM901 ?
Curious what phones and music source you're using? It would be a shame if that functionality is not activated despite the physical switch.
The new Ultrasone Performance 880 , in Flac , try several time but don't hear any difference , maybe that's my ears
No, that's Ultrasone