A new dynamic amp from HeadAmp is inbound. It is currently unknown whether it will be called the GS-1 Mk2 or GS-X Mini. Last I heard, it was expected to release this year. It is a balanced solid state headphone amplifier based on the class A "Dynalo" circuit designed by Kevin Gilmore (read more) which is one of the best headphone amp circuits ever designed, the same basic circuit used in HeadAmp's flagship GS-X Mk2 and also the Gilmore Lite Mk2. This new amp is able to convert single ended input into balanced (it hasn't been stated just how it does this yet, but these days Dynalo builders are using the "Super Symmetry" design as Nelson Pass calls it). A DACT balanced stepped attenuator will be an option. Price is unknown. The original HeadAmp GS-1 was $749 for reference but I am GUESSING this one will cost more. Here are photos of a prototype which Justin posted today: I will continue to update this thread with more details as they are announced. It has been a long time coming. I would say the original GS-1 still surpasses pretty much every solid state headphone amp below $1,200-1,500, it was surely missed.