What Are You Listening To Right Now?
Feb 16, 2024 at 3:52 PM Post #133,367 of 135,552
If you haven't placed an order yet, you should check out the Schiit Mjolnir 3. It has slightly more power in balanced (not single ended) than the Artemis into 300 ohms. And it's fully balanced as well. It's on my wish list

Thanks, but the Artemis is more than capable of handling the Sennheiser HD800S as those were one of the headphones used by Denafrips in testing the amp.

Anyway, I've been researching this for a while and have looked at a few amps to include the Burson Soloist Voyage (which I really like, but the built in fan is a buzz kill), the Topping A90D, and some others. In the end I've settled on the Artemis. Also, If I was going to get a Schiit, I'd be the Bifrost 2/64 (YouTube review).

And yes, I'm only interested in a fully balanced setup since I plan on running the headphones in balanced mode :sunglasses:


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Feb 16, 2024 at 5:23 PM Post #133,369 of 135,552
Not really a JP fan, but really like this song.....

Great song, indeed.

My favorite JP album has to be:
Feb 16, 2024 at 6:27 PM Post #133,371 of 135,552

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Feb 16, 2024 at 8:11 PM Post #133,372 of 135,552
ZZ Top - Tejas

ZZ Top - Deguello

Johnny Cash - American IV - The Man Comes Around
Feb 17, 2024 at 3:28 AM Post #133,377 of 135,552
Gang Starr... "Jazz Thing." Movie soundtrack introduced me to this artist. Some very interesting rapping until Guru died in 2010.

To be clear.... Just because "Gangstarr" (Guru), performed on the album doesn't reflect the overall tone of the album.

Of the 9 tracks Gangstarr is only on one (Jazz Thing). Denzel monologues on Pop Top 40. Cynda Williams sings 2 soulful versions of Harlem Blues; the other 5 tracks are traditional jazz by the Brandford Marsalis Quartet with Terrance Blanchard. The only "rapping" is on the Jazz Thing track. This album is heavily jazz.

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