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Sounds a lot better, liver, and warmer than plugging straight into my phones headphone jack. Especially with great closed back headphones. full frequency response is good.
I have owned a Bravo V2 since April 2014, and I use it almost daily, driven directly from my Surface Pro. Sometimes, I use a Dragonfly as a DAC in the chain, but I do not notice much of an improvement with that addition. I replaced the tube with a Genalex Gold Lion in March 2017, and I am very happy with the result. (I had tried an Electro-Harmonix in 2015, but I did not like it as much.) I use it with all kinds of headphones, both open (e.g., HD6XX, HE400i, Beyerdynamic DT880-250) and closed (e.g., Beyerdynamic DT250-250, Denon AH-D1200, CAL!), and I have never felt the need for more power. The pairing with the CAL! at low volume is especially good (euphonic) for low-quality streaming audio. The only issue is that at low volumes, there is a noticeable channel imbalance, and therefore you need to lower the volume on your source if you like to listen at low volume, especially with sensitive headphones. I recommend the Bravo V2 strongly.
I just got the Denon AH-D1200 too . Lots if potential, weird sound signature, a darker hp but I feel this weird pressure/pain in my ears. What do you think of it.
my channel imbalance started today. hasn't existed for the past few weeks i've had this. very unfortunate. not sure how to fix this.