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Was a little worried given the plug sticking out the box









 
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Tubes sound warrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrm


And bass is tighter

Most importantly, no interference!!!!
 

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Looks awesome. Someone explain to me exactly what this is and specifics on which it works?

Thanks!
If I am not mistaken it takes digital sound and turns it into analog using the vacuum tubes.
 

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If I am not mistaken it takes digital sound and turns it into analog using the vacuum tubes.
Negative.

The Zero DAC (digital to analog converter) takes digital signals and converts it to an audible analog signal that is amplified in both amperage and voltage by the Little Dot MKIII tube amplifier allowing for a fuller sound output from the headphones.
 

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I spy American apparel.
Heh, yeah. Had just been shopping in London the day before


It sounds amazing, I didn't want to go to bed last night


And, if you're wondering about the socks under my PC, it's an anti vibration mod
 

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Heh, yeah. Had just been shopping in London the day before


It sounds amazing, I didn't want to go to bed last night


And, if you're wondering about the socks under my PC, it's an anti vibration mod


Didn't even notice until you mentioned it and now I must say... "sure it is..........."
 

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It was either spend loads of money on other things or use socks. It would have been less cash for an amp
 
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