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Hi-Fi Headphone Amplifier Portable Headphone Amp 3.5mm Stereo Audio Input Out (Headphone Amp)?

A total of 11 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points

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30th Jun 2021

The one I have is plenty loud, and I’ve even used the aux-in feature to play along with some charts, all though it sounds like I’m in a big empty concert hall. But than again, the one I have is also a first gen, perhaps their upgrades were more of a downgrade…

…perhaps an inline amplifier like this one could help?

1 point

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22nd Nov 2021

Are you sure about the 1200 ohms? I thought GA and military headsets were 150/300/600 ohm. In any event, I would just try a cheap headphone amp like this

1 point

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11th Jan 2021

r/headphones will have better advice.

These are 220 ohm headphones, so you should be able to use most any off the shelf headphone amp. The rule of thumb is your amp should be 1/4 to 1/10 the impedance of your speakers.

That said, the sensitivity of these is really high, I’m surprised you’re not able to get enough volume from a normal pc output.

here’s a perfectly OK cheap-o Amp to consider DAC’s can help (a little maybe), but you’re definitely going to see more impact from an amp.

1 point

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10th Jan 2021

There’s nothing you can do with it in the settings so I bought this small headphone amplifier. It’s extremely light weight so I velcro’d it to the side of my headstrap. It works really well.

1 point

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24th Jan 2022

I take the audio out of my HDMI monitor and feed it into a “Hi-Fi Headphone Amplifier Portable Headphone Amp 3.5mm Stereo Audio Input Out (Headphone Amp)”

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07WDXDNM1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I’m also using the Sony MDR-7506 Headphones.

It works for me!

1 point

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22nd May 2021
1 point

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12th Mar 2021

Thank you! It’s actually decently loud just not my kind of loud. Any recommendations? I’m probably just gonna go with the top one on Amazon, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WDXDNM1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_F1P9BAG4V1MD9YPWTF47

1 point

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15th Jul 2020

Would something like this work to? Or is that too overkill.