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HeadRoom Micro Amp + Micro DAC I'm not a stranger to HeadRoom's products—for the past four years, I've done most of my home headphone listening through the company's $149 HeadRoom Total BitHead, a “budget” combination of an amplifier and a DAC. The BitHead is a little under half [...]
Arcam rPac headphone amp and USB DAC hands-on We usually rely on our HeadRoom Total BitHead DAC/headphone amp for reviews and have to say that the Arcam measured up well. In terms of musical fidelity, both amps were about equal, although the rPac came across as slightly more refined in its tone [...]
Review: Arcam rPAC is a quality headphone amp and USB DAC at a nice price Speaking of HeadRoom, the company's $149 Total BitHead has been my go-to DAC/amp for about five years now—but it hasn't seen much use since the rPAC arrived. The BitHead is still pretty good, particularly considering its age, but the rPAC's sound was [...]
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HeadRoom Micro Amp + Micro DAC I’ve done most of my home headphone listening through the company’s US$149 HeadRoom Total BitHead, a ‘budget” combination of an amplifier and a DAC. The BitHead is a little under half the size of the Micro combo, offers only one digital (Mini USB ... [...]
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HeadRoom Micro Amp + Micro DAC I’ve done most of my home headphone listening through the company’s $149 HeadRoom Total BitHead, a “budget” combination of an amplifier and a DAC. The BitHead is a little under half the size of the Micro combo, offers only one digital (Mini USB ... [...]
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Contest #11: Win a HeadRoom Total BitHead Amp and Denon AH-D1001 Lack of thump in your headphones getting you down? The piddly headphones that came with your iPod will run directly from the device without complaining, but many audiophile cans require an extra dose of amplification to reach their true potential. [...]
Headroom Total Bithead Headphone Amp Reviewed While the general consensus is that the audio industry is simply lying back and allowing the iPod to consume what few pounds and dollars are out there, at least one company has adopted a more enlightened attitude. HeadRoom, the mail-order-only headphone ... [...]
Headroom Total Bithead Headphone Amp Reviewed HeadRoom supplies everything you could possibly want bar the four AAA batteries you insert under the rubber cover on the top: both USB and mini-jack to mini-jack cables, and a pile of Velcro 'coins' so that you can attach the device to your portable audio ... [...]
Feb 3, 2013 THREAD STARTER New Head-Fier Joined: Jan 24, 2013 Posts: 23 Likes: 10 Hi All, First, I apologize if this isn't the right area to post this question. If so, please tell me and I will delete it. I have had a headroom total bithead for quite some time now and I've always thought that it worked well enough. More recently, I purchased beyerdynamic dt770 pro 80s and monster turbine pro...
People like good sound and you need not necessarily be a very exclusive music listener to prefer the good sound over the simple, ordinary one. And maybe more that the quality, people like to listen to their music without hindering others around them or be themselves disturbed by those surrounding them.This is why headphones came up and especially hi-end headphones: to provide people with quality sound and intimacy as well. Now, the listening experience is influenced by many factors such as...
In my coverage of under-$100 headphones for Macworld, I’ve been consistently impressed by the sound quality today’s models are capable of when paired with an iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Mac. But there’s a whole ‘nother world out there—one where vendors aren’t forced to cut corners in terms of components, design, and manufacturing in order to hit a “consumer” price point. Enter this world, and you’ll be greeted with headphones designed to wring every last bit of accurate musicality out of your...
Now that we all have thousands of songs on our hard drives, I'm tempted to import all my CDs onto my Mac and store the originals in a cool, dry place. While I have no problem saying goodbye to my discs, I won't sacrifice sound quality. I rip all of my tracks using hi-fidelityformats, and I circumvent my low-grade computer speakers by hooking my Mac up to the living-room stereo system. That's where the roadblock comes—when I connect the computer to the stereo, my tunes sound faded and...