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did i get it right ? 50k ?around 50000 INR
thanks for ur suggestion.
i am having schiit vali as an amp.
right now i am pairing with dx50. but i am not satisfied with this setup.
hope DAC is the main thing that has to be changed.
may i know which DAC or DAC/Amp combo that best paired with hd650
- DAC: whatever floats your boat; I dont believe in a big sound difference between various DACs, but I'd spend around $300-400 on one with a nice, beefy power supply and high S/N ratio.around 50000 INR
Actually, it is a common misconception that all tube amps result in that signature sound.vali is a tube amp and will have its peculiar tube signature which is a Yes for many and No for many.
Since I have been listening to my first zero global NFB SET amp for the past couple of days, I feel compelled to add my 2 cents.Actually, it is a common misconception that all tube amps result in that signature sound.
The "typical" tube sound comes from a single-ended, zero-feedback triode amplifier stage feeding a transformer. Those require massive power supplies and are essentially room heaters.
Plenty of amps - ranging from the venerable Dynaco ST-70 to more modern designs - use push-pull circuitry and/or global feedback. Those can be voiced and sound very similar to soild stage.
Amps like the Vali typically use a tube in the input stage - that really doesnt do that much in terms of creating the classic, full-bodied tube sound. My Continental V3 portable also uses tubes, but is actually a little on the bright side - same reason.
Go for ODAC/O2 combo and save your self the hassle of extra wires. This amp/dac combo is well documented with your headphones.i bought Sennheiser HD650.
my source is laptop inspiron 15R windows 7 right now.
i need a DAC , Amp or Combo to pair the Sennheiser HD650 with my laptop.
can u suggest the best setup.