Technical Details

Item Measurement Headphone impedance range 16 to 600 Ohms preferred; 8 to 2,000 Ohms acceptable Power output (rms, both channels fully driven) 32 Ohms: 27mW/channel; 600 Ohms: 23mW/channel Distortion (THD plus noise, ref 1kHz) 0.02% Frequency response (-3dB) 32 Ohms load: 27Hz - 35kHz; 600 Ohms load: 10Hz - 39kHz Output noise (20Hz-20kHz, CCIR

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Headphone Impedance Sensing

Headphone Impedance Sensing The Solo SRGII headphone amplifier has another trick up its sleeve, that being its headphone impedance sensing output. Some output impedance is essential because headphone cables are highly capacitive, and without output impedance, amplifier phase margin is seriously compromised. High impedance headphones with long cables (and there are plenty of

2018-03-20T10:39:08+00:00Categories: |
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