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ibasso heron p3+

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by lucozade, Jan 25, 2010.
  1. lucozade
    can enyone tell me how rolling the buffers affect the sound ,and can you put a duel opamp into the v socket only or the g socket ,so for instance have an opamp in the g socket and a buffer in the v socket . thanks
     
  2. HiFlight
    The buffers do affect the sound. It is impossible to tell you "how", as various opamps used as buffers all sound slightly different, some more than others.

    You cannot use dual opamps in the V or G socket. They are designed to work only with single-channel opamps and the included dummy opamps. Additionally, you can only use dual-channel opamps in the center ground socket.

    Differing opamps in the ground sockets (V, center, G) seem to affect soundstage and imaging more than they affect tone.
     
  3. lucozade
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by HiFlight /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    The buffers do affect the sound. It is impossible to tell you "how", as various opamps used as buffers all sound slightly different, some more than others.

    You cannot use dual opamps in the V or G socket. They are designed to work only with single-channel opamps and the included dummy opamps. Additionally, you can only use dual-channel opamps in the center ground socket.

    Differing opamps in the ground sockets (V, center, G) seem to affect soundstage and imaging more than they affect tone.




    Thanks ron for your help [​IMG]
     

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