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post #11 of 12
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Ok, so I bit the bullet and ordered a FiiO E17 with the FiiO E09K to dock it into for when I inevitably pick-up some higher ohm cans.

You guys reckon that's a solid choice to go for?

Also +rep for everyone who posted, great recommendations and feedback, thanks
post #12 of 12
Magni comes with a wall wart adapter (like chargers for mobiles, external 3.5" HDD, USB hub). AFAIK, all it needs is the proper plug for power. Electromod in the UK sells the Schiit M&M.

Fiio E7/E07K/E17 will have full power via USB no matter what (although I haven't gone to full volume before, and do not want to).

It's a decent choice for it's price range, but you'll end up looking at higher end gear eventually.
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