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Right now my headphones are not receiving enough power (Volume is too low for my liking) from my Audiobox iTwo so i am looking for a solution to receive more power. Is there a amp i can connect to the audiobox to give the headphones more power?

    Software: Windows 10, Presonus Studio One 3
    Monitors: ADAM A77X, Beyerdynamic 770 & 990
    Audio Interface: Focusrite Saffire PRO 40
    Sound Modules: E-mu Proteus/2, Roland SC-880 & Integra-7
    Other: Faderport, Novation 61SL MkII
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by cristofechabot on Thu Aug 02, 2018 11:44 am
There are MANY headphone amps available from MANY manufacturers including Presonus' HP2, HP4 & HP60


There's also this thing called Google. :mrgreen:
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by SwitchBack on Thu Aug 02, 2018 1:05 pm
Given that those BD phones can handle 100mW max and the iTwo can deliver 60mW @60 Ohms you will only gain 2dB for power and another 2dB for impedance if you can find a HP amp that can deliver 100mW into 250 Ohms. That's only 4dB more in total, coming at the risk of blowing up the phones. Not sure if that's worth it.

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