Burson Fun Headphone Amplifier

Burson Fun Headphone Amplifier

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Raved about since its introduction in September 2018, the Burson Fun headphone amp and preamp delivers 2.1 watts at 32 ohms. Just like the company’s highly regarded Conductor and Soloist models, the Fun is a pure Class-A, dual mono design with a symmetrical circuitry layout that’s ideal for signal separation Read More
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May 30, 2019
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In short: The Burson Fun supplies all of the power I need in a form factor small enough to comfortably fit on my desktop. The most power hungry cans I've plugged into the Fun have probably been the Modhouse Argon MkIII, which I listen to with the volume knob at maybe 9:30-10:00, with plenty of room to spare. My HD6XX require even less volume and further sound less veiled and more impactful through this amp than from the Magni 3 I paired them with previously. If you're looking to take the next step up from the $100 offerings and perhaps want to try out "Op Amp Rolling", this is a great option. I use mine with Sparkos SS3601 Op Amps paired with a Topping D50 DAC, a combination I find to be fairly transparent without being too boring. Unfortunately, I did not spend much time with the standard NE5534 Op Amps so I can't give any comparisons. The Fun does get fairly warm so I'm not sure plugging it into a PC case is the best option despite being part of it's design consideration. The only real complaint I have is that the Fun is yet another amp with it's power switch located on the backside of the amp (pls stahp).