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    Posted: 11 Sep 2011 at 4:33am
Hello everybody Smile,

Booming is a very common finding for a d7000 lacking enough burn-in, I've by now my d7000 kept running for over 300 hours, and I can tell you I shared the same finding with many d7000 users half a month ago, but now the bass from mine is just awesome with the solo ul ! And I foresee it to become even better! LOL

I hesitated when I made my decision to buy it because it is made in ** (* here to protect myself from being censored somewhere in the future Dead), a place I respect not for making such things Dead, but you must listen to believe !!  Clap

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Hi,
which HA are better for low impedance headphones
AKG 63 OHM or Denon 25 OHM?

My current headphones:
AKG Q701, K701, K501, K271 MKII, Denon AH-D7000

Mostly I use my self modded "green" Solo with a metal can LME49720HA as OP.

Have green Solo an output impedance of 33OHM?


Edited by FritzS - 15 May 2011 at 9:08am
AKG K812, K872, K712, Q701, K701, K501, K550, K271, Denon AH-D 7000
"Green" SOLO (with LME49860NA), WNA MKII
Marantz SA7001 KI, Philips CD650
Revox B790, G1042, Reflex
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote oldson Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 May 2011 at 7:28pm
over a year later i have the UL and now fancying a cdplayer/dac.
this is just never ending
pc (foobar) > meier stagedac >GS Solo UL > ah-d7000 / pro-900
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i could be wrong, for some reason I recall reading an issue with impedance matching. However at my age ...
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Apologies Miguel - I had to do a double-take looking at your previous post, before I realised it was almost exactly one year old to the day! Embarrassed
 
I didn't know there were any differences in impedence ranges between the SRGII and UL though. Looking at their respective specs, they both quote a headphone impedance range of 16 to 600 Ohms preferred; 8 to 2,000 Ohms acceptable. Input impedance for the UL: 37k Ohms at max volume; 50k Ohms at min volume; but I cannot see a comparable stat in the SRGII's spec.
 
 
 


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I believe the post above was before the UltraLinear, plus you may want to read on impedance matching. Cheers.
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Why the SRGII? For the same price you can upgrade to the Ultra-Linear.
 
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