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Nuts & Volts Magazine (June 2008)
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Precision Stereo Headphone Amplifier

By Bryan Bergeron

Audio/Video,

There are two schools of thought in the audiophile world on how to best achieve nirvana. One is to invest in huge power amplifiers and massive speakers in order to reproduce every nuance captured in a recording. The other school — more popular among the space — and financially-constrained, is to invest in low-power precision preamplifiers, amplifiers, and headphones...

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