I didn’t ignore anyone’s advice. And I don’t try to prove anything here I just want you to know that I’m not an idiot you think I am.
Sonic impact T-Amp is a very small and very cheap power amplifier that is very popular with audiophiles. I thought you heard about it as it had some really sensational reviews.
It can be powered by AA batteries and from the back it looks like this:
T-Amp is already bridged which means balanced, right?
Just like car amps you’ve mentioned in this thread.
What I was thinking of doing was to simply snip the jack off the HD650 headphone cable (the cable is easily replaceable so it’s not a big deal) and connect wires to T-Amp’s spring clips. As long as I’d start with a volume knob at it’s minimum I don’t see how I could blow anything. I could try it at any moment but I didn’t because I do listen to your advice.
By the way, the question on diyaudio was about using T-Amp as a headphone amp.
From what I know now it would be impossible to use it as a single ended amp because it’s already balanced.
Have a nice weekend and thanks for your time.
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