How efficient is the shuffle's amp?
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Just want to know how effiecient the amp for the shuffle is. For example, can it drive SR60s or HD201s properly?
NOTE: I don't know whether to put this in headphones or portable audio. If this is in the wrong section, mods, you know what to do.
 
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The Shuffle has the most robust amp out of all the iPods. The SR60 or 201 will sound great on the Shuttle, at 95% of their potential.
 
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Originally Posted by warpdriver
The Shuffle has the most robust amp out of all the iPods. The SR60 or 201 will sound great on the Shuttle, at 95% of their potential.


this is why I just bought one. No display, no problems. I want it to shuffle my mp3's as I jog or excercise. I am also going to use it as a jumpdrive. Along with my Karma, they form the perfect audiophile team.
 
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Do you think my current player, the Samsung YP-MT6, is powerful and efficient enough to power HD201s decently? If not, I'm definitely trading it in for a Shuffle. The headphone output, for the Samsung, is rated at 10mW + 10mW, for a total of 20 mW of output power. So what do you guys think?
 
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It's good.. powers my MDR7505s and my XD200s without a problem, sounds better louder.
 
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