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Has anyone used the OPPO HA-2sE amp?
OPPO ha-2 se is a legendary amp/dac combo able to drive MANY headphones including the infamous fostex t50rp mk 3 known to be one of the hardest headphones to drive as its a planar magnetic headphone. The HA-2se is legendary due to the fact that its audio quality rivals some of the best desktop amp/dac combos. A big plus from me.
Zeos reviewed the oppo ha-2
He was exceptionally impressed with it, and the ha-2 se is the updated version with more soundstaging.
I have one and used it all weekend. I was using my travel Brainwavz HM5 headphones which easily can push these headphones, and yes they can push the mk 3 cans!
Using one right now on HD600 and a few other headphones. It's truly a quality AMP/DAC inside and out.
Yep I use the OPPO HA-2 for my H6xx, and before that my Sennheiser HD560 Ovation. I really like the combination. Very convenient is that I can connect the OPPO to my Android mobile phone (LG G3 which will be replaced very soon) and use the audio program USB Audio Player PRO to stream bit-perfect my flac files on my network to the OPPO. Super sound in a very small overall package.
What do you think of the hd560? And the hd6xx? Someone said it's a 13 year old design. But I don't know if that means anything bad.
How much did you guys pay for your OPPO H2?
This one actually belongs to a friend of mine. I believe it was 250ish during a sale on Amazon. My own portable unit is the TTVJ Slim which is much older. It's a great amp but the DAC is a bit dated now and it's hard to find used.
I paid about 300 for mine, but I wanted to get it from Oppo and not through Amazon. The little green lights rule.
That's is the price I am seeing too.
HA-2 will work nicely, I paired it with my laptop and my mobile phones/ tablet. Only catch is you need to be up-to-date with the installed driver/ software, and one certain brand of mobile phone just refused to synchonise with the HA-2 (no dac/ data function, analog amplification is fine). I did the usual problem solving on my end, A-B it with different devices, emailed back and forth from technical support about 8 times, hard-resetting it... conclusion is "such is life". Good luck with yours.
The HA-2 I paired up with iPhone and my iPad 2 with no problems.
Couldn't wait any longer. Got the Sennheiser HD 650 with a Rupert Nerve RNHP. Would have liked to get it here instead.
I actually picked up a used pair of Mr. Speakers Mad Dogs.
Those look like they are high quality.