Dual Female Jack(2.5mm,3.5mm pro) Conversion to 4.4mm Balanced Male Plug Adapter
This is a new professional conversion adapter, special for audiophile who need make 2.5mm plug earphones or 3.5mm plug earphones compatible with 4.4mm balanced output audio player.
2.5mm female Jack was compatible with 2.5mm Balanced plug earphones.
3.5mm female Jack was compatible with 3.5mm stereo plug and 3.5mm pro plug earphones.
Now that Amazon is retailing them at 899 (as opposed the the 1249 launch price and lower than the previous 999 retail), we should be able to drill the price down even lower than the last Massdrop price (820), no? That's when I last bought a pair.
Asking because if we can, it would let me buy another pair at potentially less than the replacement cost of the two buds I've got.
Specialist iFi audio ZEN DAC Signature now on sale on Drop!
We are excited to announce that we will also be launching a bigger and better ZEN DAC exclusive to Drop for a period of time. Based on one of the most talked about USB DAC/headphone amps on the market today, we combined improved circuitry with newfound singular purpose to produce a transportable DAC which concentrates on the DAC function and is dedicated to driving high quality amplifiers like the ZEN CAN Signature with authority and precision. Bit-perfect hi-res audio support includes PCM to 384kHz, native DSD and MQA, coupled to fully balanced analog circuit design – nothing anywhere near the price comes close.
Our exclusive Signature version elevates the ZEN DAC’s DAC performance with upgraded circuitry from iFi’s flagship Pro Series delivering exceptional poise and accuracy to any downstream amplifier, but especially the purpose-codesigned ZEN CAN Signature 6XX with matching 4.4mm balanced inputs. Like a polished version of an already highly-prized precision instrument, the ZEN...
iFi audio launch TODAY on DROP exclusive CAN to maximise your Sennheiser HD 6XX headphones!
We have been working hard to bring you an exciting new product which is our ZEN CAN Signature 6XX which is a custom version of our soon to be released ZEN CAN. This will initially be sold exclusively via Drop.com. Our ZEN CAN is a remarkably capable yet affordable desk-top size analogue headphone amp. The exclusive Signature version takes the concept further and includes a unique feature – an optional EQ circuit specifically designed to optimise performance with one of the most successful high-quality headphones on the market, the Massdrop x Sennheiser HD 6XX.
This EQ circuit, called ActivEQ, calibrates the signal being amplified to complement the HD 6XX’s frequency response characteristics, thus tailoring performance to precisely fit the headphones like a made-to-measure suit. What’s more, it’s active design does this without adding the distortion commonly associated with passive equalisation circuits.
With balanced circuit design incorporating high-end components and a range of...
I bought AKG K7XX 'limited edition' in 2017. Good headphones. A bit cumbersome for travel. Good for at home use.
At the start of 2020 I noticed the elastic that is meant to pull the ear cups upwards to counter their weight and to fit heads smaller than max size, this elastic has totally fallen apart. It has no spring anymore. So now the ear cups sit too low. It's uncomfortable and affects the sound quality.
I am very disappointed considering it is such a simple component to get right... just don't cheap out on it.
I would post a photo but that will have to come later as I am on my PC.
What can be done to fix this??? Warranty? DIY?
Thanks for your thoughts.
Im into records and the price on line of good stuff has been sky rocketing so much so that it’s difficult to buy 1st releases of popular titles in mint or near mint condition, so I’ve had to start looking at VG+ on down with all the clicks pops and crackle that comes with these gradings. Back in the 1980’s some tech guys were looking at gadgets to remove unwanted noises from vinyl but it seemed they never could get it right and the music suffered but now this company Sweetvinyl, using the latest tech seems to have kicked a goal. They have these Sugar Cube models; SC 1 which removes the noise using Analogue to Digital conversion then Digital to Analogue conversion or DAC so the music comes out unaltered but those annoying noises are gone and SC2 which does the same but also allows recording and has a screen showing info on the album. If your on any kind of a budget like me it means you can get those hard to pay for titles at affordable prices so...
My wife is assist teaching an in-person science class, kind’a avatar style, for the actual teacher, who had brain surgery and must remain remote, though in-school. The school was not setup for this hybrid config., and sound, well sucks... we lent him our PC37X but we need a simple, cheap, but still decent sq, USB DAC with hp&mic jacks to work with his laptop, not the school PC, need suggestions for this application - clear voice, budget <$50. Perhaps the Creative dongle?
Need larger ear pads. Love Sennheiser. Thoughts on Focal Elex?
I have a set of Sennheiser HD-6XX and HIFIMAN HE-4XX. I can wear the HD-6XX a long time as they have an oval shaped ear pad. The circular pads on the HIFIMAN's are a bit small for my giant ears. I am considering buying the Focal Elex' but am unable to find specific size / dimensions of the inside of the earpad, as they are also circular. Any recommendations or experience similar to mine, I'd greatly appreciate your help.