Originally Posted by Highly-Annoyed
Man, it's a nightmare trying to find a suitable amp that doesn't cost more than the headphones! There's no way I'm going to spend £200+ for a headphone amp, I'm not exactly an audiophile... I might consider spending, up to £40, £55 including tax and shipping, but I just can't justify spending twice as much as the headphones cost on an amp to power them
. Apparently these headphones don't need
an amp to sound good anyway, although they do greatly benefit from one it would seem...
The LDM+ just isn't available online in the UK apparently... I've spent the last half hour laboriously hunting them down, but they don't seem to be for sale... I could get them from China on eBay, but I think I'd rather buy from a UK seller
What are the characteristics/specifications for the LDM+ or another a half decent amp for these headphones? Perhaps I can find something with the spec (or similar) to the LDM+ amp you suggested in some other brand/model..?
don't fret about buying the LDM+ from this guy
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that's the reseller.... if you read the link I sent you before it said to buy them on ebay.... so this is basically where almost all LDM+ amps come from.
with shipping to the UK it would cost about $80 which would translate into about 40Euros
You said you could get those for $50?
that's a deal and a half! I haven't used any of Senn's noise cancelling headphones, but in my experience a good pair of closed cans can work almost as well.
The PX200/PMX200's are great for some and really bad for others... they aren't really big headphones so it depends on the size of your ears if they seal well or not. I get a good seal with mine, while many others have not. It's all in how much you want to spend and how they fit on YOU. if you are unsure it might be best to buy a used pair to give them a try before spending more $ on something you aren't sure about.