gotnorice wrote:I was also thinking about getting a pair of Sony MDR-XB700 headphones.
But the specifications say that they are only 24ohms...
Am I correct in assuming that the Little-Dot I+ would be the only suitable amp for a headphone with such low impedance?
dancingpotato wrote:Would the Little Dot III perform well with headphones of 32, 55 and 60 ohms.
I have 4 headphones ... and one which has 250 ohms but it seems
that will be well taken care of by the little dot III.
Koss UR40 60 ohm 98 dB SPL/1mW
ATH-AD700 32 ohms 98 dB/mW at 1 kHz
Sennheiser HD-202 32 ohms 115 dB SPL @ 1 kHz
AKG Acoustics K-240 55ohms 91 dB/mW, 104 dB/V
Beyerdynamics DT990Pro 250ohms 96 db
With the headphones I own is the little dot III a good solution ?
nrap wrote:Im in the same boat.
Looking for an amp for shure 840s (44 ohm) and dt 770s (32 ohm).
im tempted to get the mkIII
but may grab the I+ instead.
If the MKIII will power the 32 ohms then i may just get it as i will probably be getting higher impedance cans next.
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