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Violectric HPA V280 Final Edition Headphone Amplifier

Violectric HPA V280 Final Edition Headphone Amplifier

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A revamped version of Vioeletric’s highly regarded HPA V280 headphone amp, the HPA V280 Final Edition delivers endgame performance with more power and less distortion than its predecessor. These improvements are owed to an updated circuitry and four built-in amplifiers, which Violeletric optimized based on internal testing, as well as outside tests from award-winning audio brands Lake People and Niimbus Read More

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wadec22
25
Nov 28, 2021
i have one and may sell to upgrade to the v550 if anyone is interested
allmtara
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Nov 11, 2021
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RayF
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May 10, 2021
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RayF
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May 10, 2021
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Moonsand1
470
May 3, 2021
When I clicked on this my He6se moved a little on their headphone stand. I told them no but maybe some day.
1Audiophool
51
May 7, 2021
I run the He6sev2 on my V280.... it’s ok. Bass is a little loose and muddy...don’t think it’s getting quite enough juice. Actually thinks it sounds better out of the THX887 with a little eq. The only time I would prefer the 887
1Audiophool
51
May 7, 2021
Just to be clear. I love my Violectric. I just don’t think it does the He6se well. I know on paper it should have enough power but to me the synergy isn’t there. Everything else has been great on it. I would look at Flux fa10 or gsx mini if you’re specifically looking to drive the He6.
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RayF
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May 3, 2021
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asifyoucared
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May 10, 2021
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RayF
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Oct 20, 2021
As I said:
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1Audiophool
51
May 3, 2021
I think the discrepancies come from Drop adding things like ....”the HPA V280 Final Edition delivers endgame performance with more power and less distortion than its predecessor.” This is the full description from Violectric... https://www.cma.audio/en/detail/index/sArticle/2282 As far as I can tell it’s just a redesign....for example the pregain switches have been put on one side next to each other. There’s now an input selector... basically the whole rear has been redesigned. For the better IMO. It appears the changes are cosmetic and specs haven’t changed.?? For what it’s worth I love my V280 and if the only changes are the design they are still definitely great improvements because the design is the only issue I have with mine.
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Antlion
22
May 3, 2021
Looks like moving the power & I/O in towards center also cost us the digital input card option.
hannfgga
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May 3, 2021
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Quamith
135
May 3, 2021
No it's not
1Audiophool
51
May 2, 2021
I don’t see any difference in the THD, output power , etc. between this and the standard V-280...the exact same stats. Misprint or ....????
Antlion
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May 3, 2021
Yeah, those specs can't be right. ArthurPower would be an excellent source to clarify/correct this.
RayF
22281
May 3, 2021
Willing to bet you won’t hear any either ;- )