Getting sound only in right earcup on my HD650 + Shanling UP4 + Drop Sennheiser balanced cable.
Hi ! I am using the following setup: HD650 Shanling UP4 Drop Sennheiser balanced cable: https://drop.com/buy/drop-trrs-headphone-cable-for-sennheiser Oneplus 5T When using the 2.5 balanced output of the Shanling UP4, I get sound only in the right earcup. When using the single ended(3.5m) output, it works just fine. What could be the problem? Are the cables faulty? Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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Is the 2.5 mm balanced headphone cable already included in the 179$ Massdrop hd6xx?
Or, is another jack cable provided with the mentioned headphones? I cannot understand if I can pay 179$ for headset and cable or if I should pay an additional 50$ to get them both. This will probably be my first purchase here and I am trying to get rid of any doubt. Thank you all! :) Gilberto
When will the Drop + GRACE Design Standard DAC BALANCED come back in stock?
I ordered a THX AAA 789 linear amp and wanted to buy a Grace Design Balanced DAC along with it, but it's still out of stock. Will it ever come back in stock. If not then are there any alternatives to the Grace DAC that will make a perfect pairing with the THX AAA 789 amp? I have the 58x, 6xx, and beyerdynamic dt770 250 ohm headphones and I need all of them to sound more than good.
Hey everyone, I'm looking to find a setup that includes a DAC, amp and an analog EQ and allows for dual inputs and outputs. My plan is to run a laptop into a DAC and use a turntable and be able to EQ both, while outputting to a headphone amp and bookshelf speakers. I'm initially looking at the JDS DAC, amp, subjective EQ and OL switcher, but with that setup I don't think it would be possible to EQ the output to speakers. Also, that's going to result in a lot of power bricks. Do any all in one solutions exist? Thanks in advance for the advice!
Dear Drop Please make a Drop version of Hifiman Sundara. I believe Hifiman Sundara's drivers are pretty complete so leaving the drivers alone would be best. Offer several pads for different tuning is much better option then tweaking the drivers. P.S Offer a 3 year warranty/accidental plan.