Lets make this happen, a baby Orpheus for the modern audiophile world. We have the Sennheiser HE 1, but no other electrostatic from the company for the audiophile that's looking for the Sennheiser sound at an (way more) accesible price. The system should be based on the HE 60 project, an electrostatic with price-consciousness in mind, as the then HE 90 (Orpheus) was too expensive just as the HE 1 is actually. And just like the 600 series it should have a good build quality but using the famous plastic that Sennheiser is known for, which we still have from the 580 Precision and it is still rock solid. And most importantly, great sound quality paired with an energizer that can deliver (more than) enough power to drive the electrostatic driver. I would suggest the name to be HE 0X (Zero X), as it's a baby HE 1 and an 'X' has always trailed on Massdrop x Sennheiser collaborations. I had previously seen that Will from Collaborations said they had already pitched Sennheiser for the HE X0,...
I have an Onkyo Tx-Sr607 AV amp that's been sat in my house not being used for some time. Recently i have tried to set it up and for some reason it turns itself off between 2 and 10 minutes. I tried changing the HDMI cable and it seemed to improve but to no avail. Any info would be gratefully recieved.
so im pretty new to the audio world and i currently own a dac/amp combo thats connected to my pc via usb. im thinking about getting the schiit magni 3+ and modi 3 but im confused on how to connect everything. i think you’re supposed to connect the dac to your pc then feed that output to the amp? help please im so confused
I'm going to put together my first setup in the next couple weeks. I'm looking for suggestions on all components since I really don't know anything. I'd like to buy a DAC/Amp combo, but I'm open to separate units as well. I'll need it to run headphones, yet to be purchased, as well as small desktop monitors since my PC will be my primary source. Suggestions for all components will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.