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Denon AVR-1803 Headphone Output

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by adc2000974, Mar 7, 2004.

  1. adc2000974

    adc2000974
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    In my opinion its crap, do anybody else have this product and could they tell me of their opinions.
    Im using senneiser hd 570 headphones, could it be them, but then again ive used others?
    Ive also tried my soundcards' output they sound different.

    Im stompt.

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    Adam C.
     
  2. alexs2

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    Most amplifiers/receivers have fairly poor headphone outputs,if they're fitted at all,leaving very few decent ones around.
    There are a number of good headphone amps available,catering for almost all price ranges from just over £100 to several thousand pounds.
    You could have a look at

    Creek Audio
    Musical Fidelity X-Cans
    Earmax(my personal choice and favourite)
    Graham Slee
    Sugden
    And for the upper price bracket,Headroom Max from the USA
     

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