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tiborh
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Aug 11, 2020
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Looks good, with no practical use
According to some reviews on YouTube, this is a good entry level headphone amplifier. For my use cases, this is not the case unfortunately: Recently, I had problem with the volume being too low from Raspberry Pi to a set of computer speakers. Unfortunately, this amplifier does not solve the issue. I have to push both the volume (on both amplifier and speakers) and the equalizers to the maximum to reach approximately the same sound volume. And additionally, it is noisy too. Another use case could have been as a pre-amplifier to the main amplifier from a phone or from a laptop: no luck here either. a single jack cable to the amplifier from said devices solves the issue much better. All-in-all the little FX Audio DAC-X3 DAC/Amp works much better. One thing where the Bravo V3 shines is demonstrative purposes: it makes it easy to observe the architecture and the logic how it works. But even then, a DIY project could have much better fit the purpose. Third, it looks good in a glass display case. A little technological gadget most people are glad to look at or to turn it around in their hands.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
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Aug 11, 2020
Strawberryseed
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Dec 1, 2020
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I would like to point out that these are headphone amplifiers.
Dec 1, 2020
tiborh
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Dec 1, 2020
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Yes, they are. But for that, extremely noisy. This is why I tried other use cases. Wherever connecting the headphones directly to the device gives good results, this amplifier also works. (But what's the use?) Wherever a device output it too weak for headphones or active speakers, the amplifier is also too weak. (What's the use again?)
Dec 1, 2020
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