Little Dot MKIII & MKIII SE Tube Headphone Amps
Little Dot MKIII & MKIII SE Tube Headphone Amps
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Instead of a single cheap tube that gives off muddled sound, the Little Dot MKIII features four tubes: two dedicated input tubes and two dedicated output tubes. Letting your left and right audio channels enter through separate RCA ports and pass through channel specific input and output tubes before joining up at the headphone jack, you get a clear signal on both sides with little to no crossover Read More

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quicklytoo4
181
Sep 14, 2020
First tube amp I've actually been able to use IEMs with so already getting my thumbs up (MK3 SE) review to come after burning it in and swapping tubes a few times (between this and my mangird teas that should be arriving in a couple days I will be busy for a while lol)
A community member
Sep 11, 2020
Does anyone know how the Little Dot MKIII SE Tube Headphone amp compares to the xDuoo TA-20 Balanced Headphone Amp? Honestly the little dot, to me at least, looks like it's built cheap and lacking in build quality. It could be the pictures though. Any help would be much appreciated
A community member
Sep 15, 2020
Awesome. I have the Tin P1s. If it works on that it should work great on the rest. Thanks a bunch for the help
quicklytoo4
181
Sep 15, 2020
no problem just note that if you plan on tube swapping they can make or break the IEM experience on tubes (as they are usually pretty sensitive) stock tubes on mine were fine but one of my swaps had a bit of static when sound wasn't playing
quicklytoo4
181
Sep 8, 2020
woohoo shipping notification, anyone else stick through to the end?
mpb65
1
Jul 16, 2020
Sylvania "Bad Boy" tubes were recommended to me for tube rolling. The problem with the Mk III is that the gold circles around the insert holes do not allow a tube converter to fit...any work arounds or solutions?
quicklytoo4
181
Sep 1, 2020
unless you can take the gold bits off probably not I looked around for adapters that might fit but didn't see any
Mikeypas
4
Sep 20, 2020
You need to get a socket saver. If you want to use those tubes, you would need this,9 pin socket saver ecc88 (https://www.ebay.ca/itm/Gold-9pin-ECC83-12AX7-ECC82-12AU7-ECC81-12AT7-EL84-6BQ5-Vacuum-Tube-Socket-Saver/313204683204?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2648) Then you would need a 6SN7 to ECC88 adapter.
Audiopro
160
Jun 15, 2020
When?
Pmtski45
56
May 28, 2020
Just wondering if Drop will update those who purchased this amp. Today is the estimated shipping date and it's 10:00 pm Eastern and nothing yet. Drop, just let us know something! Just notified, this Drop has been delayed for those who made the purchase. No idea how long but if it goes more than 30 days they will notify us again.
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quicklytoo4
181
Aug 23, 2020
yeah I'll probably wait for it since it's the cheapest option I saw for a balanced tube amp and had some nice compatability
Pmtski45
56
Aug 23, 2020
Good Luck, hope it's worth the wait!
D.Sonoris
0
May 28, 2020
Any word on what shipments are looking like for this last drop??
Malin
35
Apr 20, 2020
may I use 24 Ohm headphones with this one?
verifonix
939
Apr 21, 2020
the MKIII SE is a hybrid amp (an OTL amp would not work with low impedance headphones well)
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Yaka
3
Apr 18, 2020
which dac would people recomed with these?
MarkusPaulo
0
Jan 24, 2020
What does it take to convert a 220 VAC version to 120 VAC? Is it a different transformer or just changing the leads on the transformer? (I will be moving from Europe in the next two years.)
Malin
35
Apr 20, 2020
Sorry, I would recommend against transforming as it ads substantial distortion which negates the meaning of buying amps like this.
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