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Oppo HA-1 Impressions Thread

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by aamefford, May 7, 2014.
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  1. x RELIC x Contributor

    I think that Grado's have elevated treble, not rolled off.

    Edit: I'm in love with my Audeze / HA-1 pairings.
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  2. Badas
    Okay excellent.
    I thought the Grado's or wood cans would have a warmer sound.
    I will research the Audeze.
    If I wanted a dirtier muddy sound what would I do? Do I need a tube amp?
    I like the Oppo HA-1 and Senny rig for just about everything. Just jazz/ blues sound a bit off. To clean.
  3. akhyar
    Like what the above poster said, Grados have elevated treble, not roll-off.
    Maybe you can try Audeze LCD2 (if you can take the weight and clamp) or Oppo's own PM-1.
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  4. x RELIC x Contributor
    I was just going to say PM-1. It should add precisely what Badas is looking for. Or wait for the PM-2 for much less money and you can get the PM-1 ear pads to 'roll' the sound.
  5. Smarty-pants

    Another nod for PM-1 (or PM-2) would definitely be one to try. Sounds like it would be a good fit to the criteria.
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  6. Badas
    Okay. I will avoid doing that.
    So don't look at the amp. Look at the cans would be better. I do like the look of the Audeze LCD2. I really would like a wood pair of cans as well. I would spring for that $$ if I didn't have to buy another amp.
    Interesting idea. I'm a real Oppo fanboy. It might be too much tho. I have the HA-1 plus the headphone stand and two Oppo BDP-103D's under it.
    I will put the Oppo's on my shortlist.
    Could I pad out my Senny HD700's?
  7. x RELIC x Contributor

    I haven't heard the PM-1 but from what I gather they are a brilliant match with the HA-1 (go figure).

    I can say that the LCD-2 revision 2 (pre-Fazor model) sounds fantastic with the HA-1 when I want that thicker sound. All the details are there but the warmth of the sound is just heaven when the mood strikes.

    Edit: PM-1 is at the top of my short list for my next set.
  8. Badas
    Is there any reason why the PM-2 is $400 cheaper than the PM-1?
  9. x RELIC x Contributor

    There is a ton of info about this in the PM-1 thread, but basically less metal, more plastic and no leather or wood display case. The drivers are the same though.
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  10. Badas
    Okay. Knowing me I would rather the PM-1.
    However at $1000+ price range I would rather the Audeze instead. I really want to try a wood can. [​IMG] 
  11. x RELIC x Contributor

    Try asking in the PM-1 impressions thread. There are a lot of comparisons there with the LCD-2 and might help give you a baseline between the two.
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  12. i019791
    Originally Posted by Badas
    I suggest you try the Sennheiser HD650
  13. jonstatt
    Since the OTG adapters always end up with a Female USB A end...you would need a USB A - USB A male cable as well
  14. mrscotchguy

    Not a solution, but here's an interesting cable...


    Here's one that would work...
  15. sbgunn

    This is what I was originally asking. I know how OTG works but I didn't know there was a way to turn the female full size USB into a male plug to use with the front port.

    And thanks to you for posting the actual part needed.

    Sent from my Nexus 5 using Tapatalk
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