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DarkVoice 336SE Headphone Tube Amplifier
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- Tube Used : 6N8P, 6N5P
- Frequency: +/-1dB 10Hz~20kHz
- Distortion: <=2% Output impedance: 32 to 600 ohm
- Power handling capacity: 1W
- Output terminal: 6.3mm Stereo Jack
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Tube Used : 6N8P, 6N5P
Frequency: +/ - 1dB 10Hz-20kHz
Distortion: < =2% Output impedance: 32 to 600 ohm
Power handling capacity: 1W
Output terminal: 6.3mm Stereo Jack
Input terminal: RCA Jack
Power supply: 110V, 220~240V version
Case dimension: 290(L) *160(W) *135(D) mm
Gross weight: 5.5kg
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Let the Tubes Warm Up, this isn't a Solid State Amp. This is old school baby.
Let the unit settle. Don't get discouraged! Yes, it will sound like crap! You'll heard distortion, buzzing and the left channel may buzz! This is only for a short period of time. Third hour in and it's all gone.
I'm incredibly happy with my purchase and the sound that I'm hearing from the DarkVoice 336se
Update: Sep 01, 2020
I absolutely love this headphone amp. Find the right Vacuum Tube Combination and you'll enjoy every note.
Almost Two Years of daily use and not one issue to report.
After trying dozens of different tubes, both 6SN7s and 6AS7s, I can say this amp has wildly exceeded my expectations. I listen mostly to Rock, EDM (Electronic Dance Music), Punk, Metal, and the tubes I finally settled on are the Tung-Sol 7236 for the Power Tube (6AS7) and the Philips JAN 6SN7WGTA. Lovely combination with deep controlled bass, yet sweet midrange and defined highs. Absolutely amazing combination.
For other 6SN7 tubes, try these: KEN-RAD JAN-CKR-6SN7GT, Sylvania Chrome top 6SN7W,
For other 6AS7 tubes, try these: Chatham Electronics CAHG 6AS7G, RCA JAN 6AS7G.
You can basically tune this amp to your particular musical preferences and hearing tastes by rolling various tubes to see which ones sound best to you.
I had read some very glowing reviews for this Darkvoice 336SE headphone amp and decided to go ahead and try it.
And boy am I glad I did!
What a fantastic amp. I have an Intel Skull Canyon PC with 512GB SSD M.2 drive, 16GB RAM as my main digital music server. Next is a Topping D50 DAC and then finally this Darkvoice amp, with a set of OPPO Digital PM 3 headphones..
After about 48 hours of burn-in I began. With a selection of my favorite CDs, ripped in FLAC and stored on the SSD, as well as a decent few files downloaded in DSD and MQA format, I started listening.
I was expecting a slightly slow, blooming sound, with rolled off treble, but even with these stock tubes it sounds great. All I can comment on is the combination I am running, so I can't separate the sound of the DAC from the sound of the amp and the sound of the headphones yet (at some point I will swap all components to see if I can figure out the sound signature of each part of the chain).
With strings, brass and upper drum sounds, this is lovely. Lots of detail, warm without being too warm for my tastes. The treble is fantastic, not harsh, bright or too shimmery, just right. The mid and low bass is slightly too bloomy for me; it needs tightening up, but there is PLENTY of it. Kick drums are less snappy than I tend to hear on my solid state amps, but I have a bunch of new (NOS) tubes coming in to test and I am told by people who have had this amp for longer than I have that the tubes can make a massive difference.
For less than $300, this is a ridiculous bargain, and it's a lovely, sweet amp. Well built, quiet and quite frankly way more than I had bargained for.
O.K. Off to try some new tubes in it.