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Anyone can compare Pure2+ vs TEAC HA-P5.
My DAP: AK300.
My Headphones: Beoplay H6 (2nd Gen).
Is there any sound quality difference between the current Vorzuge Pure 2 and the previous generation? I am going to be using it with a RWAK100S and 64 Audio A12 CIEM.
What gain setting should be used for an IEM @ 16 ohms?
Probably low, it is very clean with most sensitive IEMs at low and yet it does not struggle with volume
Mm..for all iems, I always use the lowest gain setting on the Vorzuge Pure II Plus. One telltale sign that you are overdoing it is there's a noticeable hiss on your in-ear. On almost all my headphones, the mid gain is adequate.
Thanks a lot guys.
So is there a general rule of thumb as far as where the volume knob should be in terms of knowing that it is too high and you should probably switch to a higher gain?
Mm...hard and fast fast rule I follow: at the lowest gain setting, gradually set the volume to around 50%. If that is your normal listening volume, you are good to go. If not, zero the volume and turn it off.. Switch to the next gain setting. Start over. If it is too much, go back.
I personally find the mod and high gain of the pure 2 to be fuller and more authoritative sounding regardless of volume.
Has anyone compared the Pure ll +, or even the VorzAMPduo ll?
Can anyone confirm that this has enough juice to power the Hifiman HE500 or Fostex t50rp mk3?
Just received Pure II+, pairing it with Mojo and Katana. First impression after 3 hours listening: wow!
VS Mojo standalone : stronger dynamically, more bass slam, richer mids, particularly noticeable on male vocals, darker background (zero hiss on low gain to my ears). Very impressed so far.
Tomorrow will try on medium gain, based on what I'm reading here there's further improvement there. Not sure how that will play out though as the Katanas are super sensitive.
Thanks man. Not sure what you're trying to say here though. 122dB compared to what? dB's are relative. 122dB SNR?
What do you mean by: '122dB compared to what?'
It is tied for #1 best-testing amp to pass my office.
Decibels are always relative to something.
122 dB SPL is in reference to ambient pressure.
122 dBV is in reference to 1Vrms.
122 dBu is in reference to 1V peak (0.775Vrms).
122 dB SNR means there's 128 dB ratio between the signal and the noise
You're wording just wasn't very clear. So, did you mean that you're sending a clean signal of 128dB SNR from the Mojo?
My words are often not so clear. Apologies.
You can probably make a lot more sense of it than I can. But at +18dBu dampening, I've clocked Mojo at +122dB but with audibly sheared IMD.
It's just RMAA, but please check it out: http://ohm-image.net/data/audio/rmaa-chord-mojo-24-bit