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fnulnu
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Dec 17, 2015
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The photo can be deceiving. My concern is that the photo in Massdrop shows the AC connector at the back. When you actually go to the product's website, you can see the factory-made product has its AC at the front of the product. According to the site, if you want to have the AC located at the back there will be extra fee charged. They said it is a custom unit. I doubt we would receive product that has the AC at the back.
Please clarify this. Check out their website.
Dec 17, 2015
Tarkhein
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Dec 17, 2015
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It's not deceiving, you're an idiot for thinking JDS or Mayflower or whoever have any relevance to this drop. I have the Massdrop O2+ODAC in front of me and the power is in the rear as shown in the pictures and described in the product description.
Dec 17, 2015
klnglim
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Dec 17, 2015
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I received yesterday as well, the whole thing is exactly like on the picture shown, although the adapter is showing 12v , I have tested with my digital multi meter and result for the real voltage is 14.7v, so don't have to worry not enough power to handle. I m still testing it with all my favourite headphones (Total all 12 sets of overhead pad), first thing I can tell is this O2 DAC AMP only produce neutral or natural sound, all just balance, very powerful as portable AMP DAC, it can drive 99% of any type of headphone, in my opinion, very suitable for testing headphone performance. No distortion, hear no hiss and totally silence when u leave it on without play any music, doesn't need any driver if connect to PC, is a very good quality build 90% metal , it's a worth to invest, wont regret!
Dec 17, 2015
fnulnu
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Dec 20, 2015
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Oh yea definitely. One of the best for the price range in the market. Thank you for the information. How long have you had your HA2? I have question regarding the durability of its battery. Any changes noticed so far from your end?
Dec 20, 2015
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